Come on, FTs are one of the most basic parts of the game. It's a simple shot from a standing position from the same distance it's been their whole lives. Little kids can be good at FTs, high school kids can be good at FTs, college players can be good at FTs, and NBA players can be good at FTs...but the same goes for being bad. Because it's such a rudimentary shot, it becomes psychological. It's similar to hitting in the game of baseball. You learn how to hit a baseball very young and adjust with age..but even the best MLB players can look like they've never hit a ball in their lives if psychology dysfunction takes over their minds. I doubt all these players from USF were this bad at the FT shot or incapable of improving it throughout their entire basketball careers, some 15-18 yrs at this point.