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South Carolina’s P.J. Dozier had a phenomenal season and greatly improved from his freshman season last year. He more than doubled his scoring — going from 6.7 points a game to 13.9 — and became a crucial part of a team that made a run to the Final Four. It would seem that he thinks he’s done well enough to go pro and keep it that way.

Dozier also averaged 1.7 steals per game, 2.8 assists and 4.8 rebounds while shooting 40.7 percent from the floor. He improved his three-point shooting, but it was still a shade under 30 percent, which will likely scare some scouts considering he translates to a 6’7″ wing at the next level.

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