2. Terry Brown (1989-1991)
Kansas basketball career 3-point shooting stats: 200-485, 41.2%, 2.9 3PM
“Downtown” Terry Brown earned his nickname from shooting basketballs from… downtown. And boy, did he do it well. Believe it or not, Brown was a JUCO product. But after spending two years at Kansas, he quickly cemented himself as the best outside shooter of his time.
As a senior in the 1990-91 season, Brown sunk 3.2 threes on 7.9 attempts per game. He once hit 11 in a single game, which is still far and away the Kansas record — and likely will be for decades to come. If that isn’t impressive enough, he was the leading scorer on a team that made the national championship game. And not to knock Brown’s play style, but shooting 3-pointers was the ONLY thing he did.
Brown was a master of his craft and made a compelling argument to top off this list. However, the No. 1 spot on our rankings had to go to this former Jayhawk…