Corey Fisher lead the 2010-11 Villanova Wildcats with 15.6 points and 4.8 assists per game as a senior. His ability to create offensive bursts was rarely in doubt, especially after his legend grew to epic proportions after scoring over 100 points at a New York playground in the summer of 2010.
He owes his senior year to Jay Wright, who talked him out of leaving school a year early, allowing him to further polish his game and graduate with his college degree.
The past few weeks have seen him get the call to work out for a number of NBA teams around the country, including his "hometown" Nets and Knicks this week.
Video courtesy of Sean Donovan and Andrew Keefe.