We’re in the midst of a three-point boom in basketball, and the college ranks are no exception. College basketball teams are taking, and making, three-pointers at an increasing rate. Here’s the proof.

In the last six seasons, the number of Division I teams that shot at least 40 percent from three-point range increased from five to 2013 to six in 2014 to 10 in 2015 and 2016 to 15 in 2017 and then to 18 last season. Meanwhile, the number of teams that have attempted at least 800 three-pointers in a season has increased nearly tenfold during that same time span, increasing from nine teams in 2013 to 82 in the 2018 season. (There’s nothing particularly significant about the 800 three-point attempt cutoff, we could have just as easily chosen 700, 900 or any other mark to prove our point.)

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However, despite the increasing prevalence and accuracy of three-pointers in the college game, there are still traditional big men who are incredibly efficient on offense without having an outside shot. We set out to find the players who didn’t take a single three-pointer during the 2017-18 season.

Here are the most efficient returning Division I college basketball players who didn’t shoot any threes last season.