10. Terrence Ross, SF, Toronto Raptors

Terrence Ross
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2015-16 Statistics:

9.9 PPG, 2.5 RPG, 0.8 APG, 43.1 FG%, 38.6 3PT%, 79.0 FT%

Terrence Ross has proven that he can score the ball, but the rest of his game has yet to come around. The potential for him is still there as he is one of the best athletes in the entire NBA and is a great shooter.

Ross will need to improve on defense to become a ‘3-and-D’ wing that all teams are constantly looking for. He will also need to attack the basket more as he tends to settle for jumpers too often. The raw tools are there, however, if someone can harness all of his potential.