After an outstanding junior year at Clemson in which he was named the ACC's Most Improved Player, Blossomgame declared for the 2016 draft before deciding to return to school. He had another solid season as a fifth-year senior but saw his numbers decline a bit, putting him in position to most likely hear his name called in the second round. Blossomgame set career highs in 2015-16 with 18.7 points per game, 51.3 percent shooting from the field and 44.6 from 3-point range while also averaging 6.7 rebounds. Last season, he averaged 17.7 points and 6.3 boards but saw his 3-point percentage drop to a miserable 25.5. Blossomgame's Clemson career ended with him finishing in the top 10 in school history in starts (125), minutes (3,924), 20-point games (32), double-figure scoring games (87), field goals (627) and free throws (383). Blossomgame has an NBA-ready body for a small forward - he checked in with just 5.7 percent body fat and weighed 218.6 pounds at the draft combine with a wingspan of 6 feet, 10 inches - and he creates scoring chances due to his strength. However, his outside shot needs a lot of work as he made just 31.6 percent (96 of 304) of his attempts from beyond the arc at Clemson. His failure to take the next step as a senior could lead to teams thinking he doesn't have much upside, especially since Blossomgame will be 24 years old at the start of the 2017-18 NBA season. He could provide value as a role player off the bench, but Blossomgame will have to prove he can hit from the outside before seeing significant playing time.