Before Nik Stauskas won Big Ten Player of the Year, before he was named a second-team All-American, before he helped the Michigan Wolverines to 59 wins and a Final Four in his two seasons with the Wolverines, there were the YouTube videos.

After committing to John Beilein and the Wolverines as a junior at St. Mark's in Massachusetts, the 6-foot-6 wing took the Internet by storm after posting a video to YouTube of him, shooting on his backyard court, knocking down a remarkable 102 3-pointers in five minutes. Two days later he posted another video of himself making 73 3-pointers in five minutes with just one ball (he accomplished the first feat with a pair of basketballs).

Before he ever stepped foot on campus in Ann Arbor, Stauskas held the rightful description as a deadly marksman on the court.

Nearly three years later he still admits he can shoot it with the best of his fellow draft class hopefuls, but he's out to prove that he's more than just a sharpshooter.