5 NBA Draft prospects that could help Spurs' abysmal shooting

These are some players San Antonio could target to up their lackluster shooting this summer.

Rob Dillingham
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Rob Dillingham

Reed Sheppard's Kentucky teammate, Rob Dillingham has shown tremendous upside in his first collegiate season and deserves to be mentioned as a potential top-five pick. A high-level scorer with huge offensive gravity, Rob has been one of the main driving forces to the Wildcats' success this season.

Originally hailing from the Charlotte area, Dillingham first made a name for himself at Combine Academy where he quickly gained recognition and was named the Charlotte Observer Player of the Year in his sophomore season. From there, he moved to California to play a season at Kanye West's Donda Academy. Rounding out his final year before becoming eligible to play in college, Dillingham returned to the East Coast to compete in the Overtime Elite league.

Everywhere he went, Rob showcased his lightning quick first step and reliable shooting ability from beyond the arc. Similar to Sheppard, Dillingham currently holds one of the highest three-point percentages on Kentucky's team. Of all players to play at least eight games this season, Dillingham is third (44.5%) on the roster percentage-wise.

His track record of high-level play and consistency shooting the ball are what lead many to believe Dillingham could be one of the best players to come out of this draft when all is said and done. The Spurs should certainly consider using their first-round pick on the Kentucky guard, depending on where the pick lands.