Hagins, Josh  Arkansas-Little Rock  6'1" 180 PG SR. Hagins is an interesting prospect because of his ability to create and make shots. He was the star of Little Rock's upset win over Purdue in the 2016 NCAA Tournament. ...As for the rest of Hagins' season, he played well in 2015-16 but you have to consider the competition he faced in the Sun Belt (a lower tier D1 league). He dissected defenses with a 2.8-to-1 assist to turnover ratio as a Senior. Add to the good decision making, his ability to accurately nail shots and you have a prospect worth considering in the late second round. He was First Team All-Conference, averaging 13.2 points, 4.7 assists, 4.5 rebounds and 1.5 steals per game. Hagins shot 81.7% FT (career). The knock on Hagins is his inability to get to the free throw line. He seems to prefer the three-ball much more. His offensive efficiency is limited by his lack of FTA's for the amount of minutes he plays. Hagins is a product of a military family.  Hagins was a member of an AAU National Championship team; the Louisiana Roundballers. 

See Hagins' big shot to force OT vs. Purdue.

In 2015, four players that we listed in our top 60 went undrafted (Alan Williams, Cliff Alexander, Christian Wood, and Briante Weber) but were among the ten undrafted rookie players that played minutes in a 2015-16 game.

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