My post referenced the difference from his 2 years at TTech compared to his 2 years at Arkansas. There are lots of great 3 point shooters in high school that are not great 3 point shooters in college because of better defenders. Dusty was a good, not great, 3 point shooter at TTech - 37%. In his 2 years at Arkansas he was a great 3 point shooter - 41%. He had a red-shirt year where he developed himself into a better overall player, including improving his already good 3 point shooting.
Agreed. Dusty was not a consistent shooter in high school or even at TT. He was a streaky shooter.