Give Florida State shooting guard Michael Snaer some applause for his newfound swagger and bravado, claiming he is one of the best, if not the absolute best, 2-guard in the country. The former-top recruit of the Seminoles averaged a career-best 14 points per game on 40 percent shooting from behind the arc, including a pair of clutch game-winning 3s.
At 6'5", Snaer has the size, athleticism and clearly the swagger to be mentioned amongst the nation's best wings, after all, he was a second-team All-ACC pick and all-defensive selection a year ago. But if Snaer wants to take that step to first-team all-league or take the strides to be a first-round pick at the end of the season, Snaer needs to improve his overall offensive game- off-the-dribble, taking the ball to the rim instead of just settling on perimeter jumpers. Without a pure point guard by his side, he needs to initiate the offense at times and create for others, something that doesn't come naturally to Snaer, but he has the talent to do so. He will be the unquestioned leader of Florida State's offense and needs to live up the expectations for the Seminoles and Snaer to see the dividends.