9. Steve Woodberry (1990-1994)
Kansas basketball career 3-point shooting stats: 126-298, 42.3%, 0.9 3PM
When you talk about these pre-2000s players who took outside shots at a low volume, it’s hard to rank them ahead of guys who take nearly double-digit threes per game. However, Woodberry is an exception because he was as accurate as they come with the Jayhawks.
A spectacular senior season saw him shoot 43.5% from downtown with an average of 2.1 makes on 4.9 attempts. He went from taking just 11 threes as a freshman to 170 three years later.
Woodberry’s most notable shot was a game-winner against Oklahoma State in 1994, which put Kansas over the Cowboys with just 1.5 seconds remaining in the contest. Opposing defenses always had to keep close tabs on him when he shot triples.