Jamal Murray has a real chance to be the best shooter in his draft class, and that skill alone needs to put him on Fantasy players’ radars. He played just one season at the University of Kentucky, and averaged 20.0 points per game while nailing 113 3-pointers in 36 games. Murray showed some limited playmaking skills as well, but his ability to hit the long ball at a high volume is ultimately what is doing to decide his future. He joins a crowded wing rotation in Denver, but his ability to shoot stands out on a team that doesn’t have a ton of snipers from long range. Murray may struggle to find consistent minutes as first, but his upside makes him worth a look in the second half of drafts this fall.

Source: CBS Sports Headlines / 2016 Outlook: Jamal Murray