James Akinjo (Georgetown) – The star point guard out of Salesian College Prep is having a stellar freshman campaign earning Big East Rookie of the Year. He was 4 x Big East Player of the Week and led the Big East in an assist. His performance provided a unanimous decision on the Big East All-Freshman team.
Akinjo also went VIRAL vs Seton Hall when Quincy Mcknight slapped the floor while defending Akinjo and scores on him immediately and responded with a floor slap of his own.
Jordan Brown (Nevada) – The McDonald’s All-American did not have the freshman season people expected. The top California HS recruit started only 1 out of 31 games. He is averaging 10 minutes, 3 points and 2 rebounds per game. Nevada is ranked in the top 15in the nation; higher than any other school a Norcal freshman is playing on. Jordan is playing behind J. Caroline, T. Porter and T. Thurman who are both seniors. We can be prepared for a big sophomore campaign with all those minutes clearing up for Jordan Brown.
Logan Johnson (Cincinnati) – The St. Francis product out of Mountain View, CA did not start any games for the Cincinnati Bearcats. He helped the Bearcats win the American Athletic Conference Championship. Johnson averaged 8 minutes, 2 points, 2 rebounds, and 1 assist.
Andre Kelly (California) – A true freshman out of Stockton, CA started 18 out of 29 games for the Bears. Kelly averaged 6.7 PPG 3.9 RPG with his season high of 19 points came against San Jose St.
Elijah Hardy (Washington) – The Bishop O’Dowd product known for his great pass first ability broke his hand early in the season vs Auburn and had to miss the whole non-conference schedule. Hardy returned in January and played limited minutes. Former McDonald’s All-American Quade Green played 2 seasons with the Kentucky Wildcats expect to be eligible for conference play next season. The non-conference play will be very important for Elijah Hardy to lock in his minutes for his sophomore season.
Zach Chappell (SJSU) – The Capital Christian star carved out a nice role with the San Jose St. Spartans. He started 15 out of 29 games averaging 5 points, 2 assist and 2 rebounds on 17 minutes per game. Known for being a good three point shooter at Capital. Zach only shot 27% from 3 point land this season.
Dameane Douglas (LMU) – The true freshman out of San Joaquin Memorial HS started 13 out of 24 games he appeared in. He averaged 24 minutes a game 8 points and 5 rebounds. He season high came against Florida A&M with 17 points.
Jake Wojcik (Richmond) – Originally signed with Siena during his senior year of high school. Jake was released from his LOI when his coach was let go. Jake had a strong freshman season being named A-10 newcomer of the week back in December. Jake started in 33 of 33 games played and averaged 8 points 4 rebounds 2 assists on 30 minutes per game.
🍳🍳🍳— Richmond Basketball (@SpiderMBB) February 12, 2019
Your @Flemings Prime Steakhouse Sizzling Play of the Game vs George Washington: Jake Wojcik starts the game with a trio of 👌s en route to 12 points pic.twitter.com/w5rjmsBRAc
Nathan Robinson (South Dakota) – The Las Lomas star appeared in 18 games and averaged 2 points on 10 minutes per game.
Mason Forbes (Harvard) – The Folsom star started 2 of the 17 games he played in averaging 9 minutes and 2 points per game.
Garrett Pascoes (Boston) – The Clayton Valley Star started 11 games out of 29 averaging 3 points and 2 assist.
Joey Calcaterra (San Diego) – Started 5 of the 30 games he appeared in averaging 3 points per game on 13 minutes per game. He scored his season high vs Portland with 13 points.
2nd | 15:41— San Diego Men's Basketball (@usdmbb) November 7, 2018
Joey Calcaterra's first career points gives the Toreros their first lead of the season. #GoToreros pic.twitter.com/QIN3TIyBNW
Riley Grisby – (Seattle University) Started 7 of the 29 games he played in averaging 4 points and 3 rebounds on 17 minutes per game.
Junior Ballard (Cal Poly) -The Modesto Christian star played in 15 games averaging 5 points and 3 rebounds on 15 minutes per game. Junior’s season was cut short due to a leg injury.
Naseem Gaskin (Utah) – DNP in any games this season. Redshirt?
Everett Perrott (Pepperdine) – DNP in any games this season. Redshirt?
Prince Gilliam (Cincinnati) – DNP in any games this season. Redshirt?
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