The sophomore guard had his share of detractors during the season but how much more can you ask of the kid? He became the first NCAA Division I player in 25 years to top 80 3-point field goals and 150 assists in each of his first two seasons at the college level. His 96 3-pointers are the second highest total in Iowa history and he did that in only 33 games. He’s easily on pace to become the Hawkeyes’ career leader in both assists and 3s. He should get the 3-point mark next season, in fact. He certainly could improve on defense and he could turn the ball over a little less. He should benefit from having Connor McCaffery healthy next season, which would allow Bohannon to play a little more off the ball and reap even more 3-point opportunities.