Jimmer Stopped

BYU officials have asked high scoring star Jimmer Fredette to stop going to class and instead finish his academic career online. Jimmer's father Al was told that it was getting too disruptive and that his son's fame in Provo generated constant requests for autographs and photos and that anywhere he goes in town, he gets recognized. Fredette is predicted to be drafted in the middle of the first round of the NBA Draft, held on June 23. However, columnist Rick Reilly of ESPN.com is not so sure after watching Fredette's performance in BYU's season ending loss to Florida. "He wandered around aimlessly on defense, like Moses in the desert", wrote Reilly.  "I have seen dead people play better defense.” Reilly went on to write, “If his last college game is what he's bringing to the NBA, then I'd say, in five years, he's got a really good chance to be your Provo area Isuzu dealer.”