Robert Williams Texas A&M F 6’10 241 Sophomore 2016-2017 Stats: 11.3 Ppg, 8.2 Rpg, 1.4 Apg Why They Are Here Ranked only #50 in his recruiting class, Robert Williams seemed to play with a chip on his shoulder his freshman year and people started to take notice. Williams is a full-grown man. He made scouts reflect
Yante Maten Georgia F 6’8 240 Senior 2016-2017 Stats: 18.2 Ppg, 6.8 Rpg, 1.4 Apg Why They Are Here A guaranteed All-SEC selection this year and a potential SEC player of the year candidate, Yante Maten was named All-SEC first team last year and came back this year looking for more. He was also named as
Thomas Welsh UCLA C 7’0 255 Senior 2016-2017 Stats: 10.8 Ppg, 8.7 Rpg, 1.0 Apg Why They Are Here As a freshman in high school I watched him lead my school’s nationally ranked basketball team to successful season, now as a freshman in college I’m writing about him. Going into his senior season, Tom is one
Jaren Jackson Michigan State F 6’10 225 Freshman 2016-2017 Stats: N/A Why They Are Here Jaren Jackson Jr. is a blue chip prospect and a unanimous five-star. He played in both the McDonalds All-American Game and the Jordan Brand Classic. He’s your ideal stretch 4, long with dribble move and the ability to shoot from outside.
Reid Travis Stanford F 6’8 245 Junior 2016-2017 Stats: 17.4 Ppg, 0.5 Apg, 8.9 Rpg Why They Are Here Reid Travis is one of four people still playing college ball from the 2014 McDonald’s All-American class. He is one of the most dominant players in college basketball when healthy, but thats the issue, he's the most