Vanderbilt sophomore wing Aaron Nesmith, who entered the weekend as the nation's top 3-point shooter and fifth-leading scorer, is out indefinitely and could miss the rest of the season because of a stress fracture in his right foot, multiple outlets reported.
The school announced before Saturday's game against Texas A&M that he was out with a foot injury but did not shed further light on his status.
The school newspaper, the Vanderbilt Hustler, was the first to report the news, adding that Nesmith will seek a second opinion.
The 6-foot-6 Nesmith is averaging 23.0 points in 14 games, making 60 of 115 3-pointers (52.2 percent). He was projected to go 14th in the first round in a mock draft on CBSSports.com in late December.
The Commodores were down to eight available scholarship players on Saturday, when they scored only 20 points in the first half against the Aggies.
--Field Level Media