7. Kirk Hinrich (1999-2003)
Kansas basketball career 3-point shooting stats: 235-546, 43.0%, 1.7 3PM
While Hinrich is probably remembered for his tremendous court vision and playmaking, fans should not forget how well he shot it from outside. He took threes at a high volume and still managed to shoot 50.5% from distance as a sophomore — even on 3.3 attempts per game. It was one of the most accurate single seasons a Kansas player has had from long-range.
The former Chicago Bull shot 121-for-247 between his sophomore and junior years (49.0%). Those are unfathomable numbers for even the best snipers in college basketball today.
If he had focused more on his offensive game, he could have jumped into the top five of this list. However, as good of a 3-pointer shooter as Hinrich was, his specialty was creating open baskets for his teammates.