NC State star T.J. Warren is expected to be selected in tonight's NBA draft. Check out these highlights from his breakout sophomore season with the Wolfpack.

T.J. Warren led the ACC in scoring (24.9 points per game), and he became just the third player (and first wing) to lead the league in scoring and field goal percentage in the same season. He also set school records for points in a single season (871) and games with 20+ points in a season (31).

NBA scouts know he can score. What makes him unique is how he does it (as you can see from the Shot Analytics shot chart below):

In the shot chart, you can see the areas where he excels. He shot 49% on shots in the paint from outside of five-feet... the national average: 38.4%. Two examples of those shots are below (vs. Rodney Hood of Duke and Lamar Patterson of Pitt)...

Warren also was terrific at finishing at the rim. 41.4% of his field goal attempts in league games were within five feet of the hoop, and he made 69% of those shots. That's a higher percentage than Julius Randle, Noah Vonleh, and Adreian Payne, three true post players who are projected early first-round draft picks.

Here is a collection of highlights from Warren's sophomore season where he lit up the scoreboard for the Wolfpack.

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