USC To Face Kansas In First First Road Game Of The Season

Dec. 3, 2006

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LOS ANGELES -- The USC men's basketball team (5-1) will play their first road game of the season on Dec. 4 at Kansas in Allen Fieldhouse. The game will begin at 6 p.m. PT and will be aired nationally on ESPN 2. The Trojans have won five straight after losing their Galen Center opener in overtime to South Carolina (80-74). The last time USC started better than 5-1 was the 2000-01 season when it won the first eight games.

SCOUTING KANSAS -- USC will play their first road game of the season on Dec. 4 at No. 5 Kansas in Lawrence, Kan. The Jayhawks are 6-2 this season following a 64-57 loss at DePaul on Saturday. Kansas has four players averaging in double figures, led by freshman Darrell Arthur with 15.1 points per game. Kansas has wins over Northern Arizona (91-57), Towson (87-61), Tennessee St. (89-54), Ball St. (64-46), Florida (82-80 in OT) and Dartmouth (83-32), with losses coming at home to Oral Roberts (78-71) and at DePaul. Kansas leads the all-time series with USC 7-5, winning the last time the two met 107-78 on Dec. 12, 1998 at Allen Fieldhouse. That game was the first home game for Kansas after having a 62-game winning streak at Allen Fieldhouse snapped. Rodrick Stewart of the Jayhawks is Lodrick Stewart's twin brother. They both began their careers at USC, but Rodrick transferred after their freshman season.

TROJANS WIN FIFTH STRAIGHT -- Lodrick Stewart made a career-high six three pointers and finished with 21 points in a 67-50 win vs. Loyola Marymount on Dec. 2 at the Galen Center. Nick Young added 18, including 12 in the second half to help the Trojans defeat the Lions. USC jumped out to a 7-0 lead and led by as many as 12 points, but LMU cut the lead to 31-28 at halftime. The Trojans began the second half on an 11-2 run and never looked back. Abdoulaye N'diaye was 6-for-6 from the field for 12 points and grabbed nine rebounds.

GEORGE WASHINTON ON DECK AT WOODEN CLASSIC -- USC's next will play in the Wooden Classic vs. George Washington at 2 p.m. on Dec. 9 at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif. George Washington is 5-1 this season and was 27-3 last year, losing in the second round of the NCAAs to Duke. The Colonials have four players averaging double figures in points, led by senior guard Carl Elliott with 15.7 points per game. GW has a game vs. MD-Eastern Shore on Dec. 5 before meeting USC in the Wooden Classic.

USC DEFENDS TO THE END -- USC held LMU to 27.8 percent shooting on Dec. 2 and have held all six of their opponents under 40 percent shooting this season. Last season the Trojans held the opposition under 40 percent shooting 10 times and were 8-2 in those games. USC's opponents are shooting a combined 31.3 percent this season, second lowest in the country:

Team FGM FGA FG Percentage

Texas A&M 108 352 .307

USC 114 364 .313

Connecticut 138 423 .326

Temple --- --- .336

Fresno State --- --- .337

* Courtesy of Stats, Inc.

IN TIM WE TRUST -- The arrival of head coach Tim Floyd brought great excitement to the USC campus and with good reason. Floyd has an impressive track record in the collegiate ranks along with his NBA experience. He brings 18 years of head coaching experience at the collegiate and NBA levels and owns a 265-144 record in his 14 seasons as a college head coach at Idaho (1987-88), New Orleans (1989-94), Iowa State (1995-98) and USC (2005-06). His record at USC is 22-14. Eight of his first 13 seasons, Floyd has taken his team into the postseason (5 NCAA, 3 NIT). Floyd has helped the development of his student-athletes at each stop, as 10 players in his 13 years have made it to the NBA, including three players that did not even play high school ball.

SWINGMAN YOUNG OPENING EYES -- USC's and the Pac-10's top returning scorer is junior guard/forward Nick Young. Young averaged 17.3 points and 6.6 rebounds per game last season, one of only three Pac10 players to rank in the top 10 in both categories. Young was voted the 2005-06 USC team MVP and as a freshman, shared MVP honors with Gabe Pruitt.

TROJANS TOPS IN RETURNING PRODUCTION -- The Trojans lead the Pac-10 in returning production with 83.7 percent of their scoring and 86.5 percent of their rebounding from the 2005-06 season returning (includes Pruitt's numbers). USC also leads with 96 percent of their blocked shot producers returning. The Trojans return the conference's top two scorers from last season (Young - 17.3 and Pruitt 16.9) and the fourth-leading rebounder in Young (6.6). Senior Lodrick Stewart entered the season as the top active career scorer in the Pac-10.

THE SECOND CENTURY OF HOOPS AT USC -- The Trojans are beginning their second century of intercollegiate basketball and have a 1,396-1,006 record. The Trojans have had a .500 or better record in 71 of the first 100 seasons.

2005-06 SEASON IN REVIEW -- The Trojans entered the season coming off a last place Pac-10 finish and with their two of their top three turning scorers being sophomores, but quickly gelled as a team and made great strides. After losing their first two games of the season, USC ran off a nine-game winning streak, their longest since the 2001-02 season, including a 74-59 win over the defending NCAA Champion North Carolina Tar Heels. Freshman forward RouSean Cromwell went down with a foot injury after that game which hindered USC's rebounding success the rest of the season. USC had a 15-6 record after a home upset win over Arizona on Feb.2, but slumped down the stretch, dropping seven of their final nine games. All-Pac-10 guard Gabe Pruitt suffered a knee injury during that stretch and missed five games of action. One of the wins at the end of the season while Pruitt was out was a 71-68 victory over eventual NCAA runner-up UCLA. The Trojans lost to California 82-67 in the first-round of the Pac-10 Tournament to end their season.

THE SCHEDULE -- The Trojans are scheduled to play five games against teams entering the season ranked in the AP top 10 (Kansas-1, UCLA-2, Arizona-2) and may face six opponents garnering top 25 votes in the preseason: Kansas, UCLA, Arizona, Washington, Wichita St. and George Washington. According to the Sagarin preseason ratings, USC would play 12 games against opponents ranked in the top 50. USC is scheduled to potentially play eight games against Sports Illustrated's preseason Sweet 16.

PAC-10 PRESEASON RANKINGS -- The Trojans were picked to finish in sixth place in the Pac-10 conference this season, according to a poll of media members who cover Pac-10 men's basketball. UCLA was picked to win the conference with 335 votes, followed by Arizona (280), Washington (236), Oregon (193), California (177), USC (160), Stanford (127), Oregon State (75), Arizona State (69) and Washington State (54). Last season, USC was a preseason No. 8 pick and they finished sixth.

PAC-10 FLEXING MUSCLES -- The Pac-10 Conference had won 28 consecutive non-conference game entering play Saturday before Arizona St. and Oregon St. lost.

INJURY UPDATES -- Freshman forward Kasey Cunningham is recovering from left knee surgery (ACL).

TROJAN BLOCK PARTY -- USC has 30 blocks in the first six games, including a season-high seven blocks in the game on Nov. 18 vs. Saint Mary's. Freshman Taj Gibson leads the Trojans with 11 blocks, while sophomore RouSean Cromwell has five.

MAYO HIGHLIGHTS TROJANS' NO. 2 RATED RECRUITING CLASS -- Top recruit O.J. Mayo ended much speculation on Nov. 15 when he sent his signed National Letter of Intent to USC, where he will be a member of head coach Tim Floyd's Trojans. Also signing NLIs with USC were prep standouts Davon Jefferson from Lynwood, Calif., Leonard Washington from Lake Charles, La. and Marcus Simmons from Alexandria, La. These four signings earned USC the No. 2 rated recruiting class nationally by and HoopScoop. 'We feel as a result of this recruiting class that it has changed the perception and expectations of our program,' said head coach Tim Floyd. 'In O.J. Mayo we signed the No. 1 player in the country. We think the impact of he alone raises the level of the program. Then, in Leonard Washington, we have added someone we think can be an all-league player and Davon Jefferson was in the top 10 in his senior class. Marcus Simmons we think has a chance to be as good a defender as anyone in the Pac-10.' Mayo, a 6-5, 215-pound guard from Huntington, W.V., is the top rated recruit in the country by and is a unanimous five-star player in all rating services. He is a two-time Mr. Basketball in Ohio, a two-time first-team Parade All-American and a two-time USA Today All-USA basketball first-team selection. In his three seasons at North College Hill, Mayo averaged 29.2 points and became the school's all-time leader in points (2,033), points in a season (748) and assists (505). In fact, his point totals in each of his three seasons there are the top three scoring marks in NCH school history. He also holds the school record for points in a game, as he poured in 56 on Dec. 17, 2004 vs. Lockland. Jefferson, a 6-8, 195-pound forward, was widely regarded as a top 10 recruit his senior season and as a top five recruit among fifth-year prep school basketball players last season. lists Jefferson as a five-star recruit, the 15th rated prospect of the entire 2006 class and as the No. 2 player out of California. He attended Lynwood (CA) HS and averaged 26.0 points, 12.9 rebounds and 5.0 assists during the 2005 season, before going to The Patterson School in Patterson, N.C. last season, where he averaged 20 points and 12 rebounds in a half of a season. Washington, a 6-7, 225-pound forward from Washington Marion HS in Louisiana, is a physical player who is ranked by HoopScoop as the No. 54 recruit in the 2007 class. He averaged 24 points and 13 rebounds last season for Washington Marion. Simmons, a 6-5, 180-pound swingman from Peabody HS in Louisiana, is considered one of the best on the ball defenders in high school and is rated by as the No. 4 recruit in the state of Louisiana and the No. 138th ranked recruit nationally. He led his Peabody HS team to a 34-5 record as a junior and a No. 2 ranking in the state, as he averaged 18 points, seven rebounds and six assists per game.

GIBSON MAKING SUDDEN IMPACT -- Trojan freshman forward Taj Gibson had 18 rebounds on Nov. 24 vs. Long Beach State, the most by a Trojan since Jeff McMillan also had 18 rebounds on Feb. 25, 2004 vs. UCLA. The last Trojan with more rebounds in a game was David Bluthenthal who tied the school record with 28 on Jan. 20, 2000 vs. Arizona State. Bluthenthal tied Cliff Robinson's school and freshman record of 28 rebounds set on Jan. 20, 1978 vs. Portland State. Gibson has three double-doubles in his first six games (16 pts/14 rebs on Nov. 16, 10 pts/18 rebs on Nov. 24 and 14 pts/10 rebs on Nov. 28). Gibson was held to five points vs. LMU, snapping his streak of scoring in double figures at five games, the first USC freshman to score in double digits in his first five collegiate games since Tom Lewis during the 1985-86 season (first nine games).

THAT'S A LOD OF POINTS -- Senior Lodrick Stewart reached the 1,000 points scored mark on Nov. 24 against Long Beach when he made a layup two minutes into the second half. He finished that night with 16 points. He currently has 1,044 career points, ranking him 28th all-time on USC's scoring list and first among active career scorers in the Pac-10 (Arron Afflalo has 1,032). On Dec. 2 vs. LMU, Stewart made a career-high six three-pointers (6-for-9) and now is 12-for-31 from beyond the arc on the season (.387). He was just three for 16 in USC's first three games.

USC CLEANING THE BOARDS -- USC was outrebounded 42-35 vs. LMU, but have outrebounded four of their six opponents. Last season USC outrebounded the opposition in just eight of 30 games. The Trojans had 47 rebounds in the opener (most since getting 50 in the 2005-06 opener) and 40 in their second game, the first time USC had recorded back-to-back games of 40 or more rebounds since Dec. 3 and Dec. 6, 2003. The 58 rebounds USC collected on Nov. 24 vs. LBSU were its most in a game since also grabbing 58 boards on Feb. 27, 1997 vs. Oregon.

STARTING TO FIND THE RANGE FROM BEYOND THE ARC -- USC is 15-for-31 (48.4 percent) from three-point range in the last three games. USC averaged 19 three-pointers per game last season and took a conference-high 20.4 per Pac-10 game in 2005-06. USC is averaging just 10.8 three-point shots per game this season, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. Last season when USC took 15 or less shots from behind the arc, they were 8-1 and are 5-0 this season.

DEFENDING THE THREE -- USC has held its opponents to 24.3 percent shooting from three-point range (33-for-136). The last four opponents are a combined 21-for-107 from beyond the arc (19.6 percent).

FORTIFIED BY FRESHMEN -- The Trojan freshman are playing a big role for USC in the first six contests. First-year players Taj Gibson and Daniel Hackett have started all six games and Dwight Lewis has started one. Gibson leads the team in rebounding (9.8) and is third in scoring (11.7). The Trojans have seven freshmen on this squad and they have combined to score 39.7 percent of USC's points and have played 50.1 percent of the team's minutes.

DOUBLE FIGURE DANDY -- Nick Young has reached double figures in scoring in five of six games this season and in 34 of his last 36 games. When he scored nine points in a 63-39 win vs. Mississippi Valley St. on Nov. 28, it snapped a streak of 16 straight double-digit games.


20 Kyle Austin (Fr.) Ht. - 6-7 Wt. - 195 Pasadena, Calif. (Pasadena HS) • Averaged 21 points and seven rebounds in leading Pasadena High to a 25-4 record as a senior • Was named Pacific League MVP as a senior and shared the honors as a junior; 2-time Star News Player of the Year • Named to the P-E Division1-A first team and was a LBPT 2006 Best in the West third-team selection • Scored four points and grabbed five rebounds in 10 minutes of action vs. The Citadel on Nov. 21 • Scored a season-high five points and had four rebounds on Nov. 28 vs. MVSU

41 Jeremy Barr (So.) Ht. - 6-9 Wt. - 264 New Providence, Bahamas (Houston Westbury Christian) • Averaged 3.1 points and 1.5 points as a Trojan freshman; Made three starts and appeared in 23 games • Averaged 19 points and 9 rebounds while leading his high school to a 100-19 record and three TAPPS state titles • Rated by RivalsHoops as the 28th-best high school power forward as a senior...came to America from the Bahamas in 2002

42 RouSean Cromwell (So.)Ht - 6-11 Wt. - 217 Memphis, Tenn. (IMG Academy, Fla) • Appeared in 15 games as a freshman, averaging 4.2 points and 4.5 rebounds; 9 pts. vs. Cal Poly Pomona in exhibition win • Made quite a splash in Trojan debut with 17 points and 12 rebounds vs. CS Northridge on Nov. 20. It was the most rebounds by a USC freshman in a game since Sam Clancy had 14 on Feb. 6, 1999 • Had six points and three rebounds in the opener vs. South Carolina; Had 8 points, 4 rebounds and 2 blocks vs. St. Mary's • Scored 13 points, had 4 rebounds and 2 blocks on Nov. 24 vs. was his most points since the 2005-06 opener (17) • Had six points and a season-high six rebounds on Nov. 28 vs. MVSU; Had 4 points, 2 rebounds & 1 block vs. LMU

43 Kasey Cunningham (Fr.)Ht. - 6-7 Wt. - 220 Albuquerque, N.M. (Cibola HS) • Averaged 22.0 points and 15.0 rebounds with six blocks per game as a senior at Cibola High • Led team to a 13-1 record before suffering a season-ending left knee injury...had ACL surgery, missed the rest of the season • Began season widely regarded as the top player in New Mexico; Named to the LBPT Best in the West second team

44 Reed Doucette (Jr.) Ht. - 6-6 Wt. - 212 Lodi, Calif. (Lodi HS) • Enters his fourth season on the Trojan squad; Appeared in four games last season and had one rebound in seven minutes • Appeared in eight games for USC as a sophomore and scored six points...made all three shots he took • The former high school valedictorian is a mechanical engineering major with a business minor at USC

13 Kevin Galloway (Fr.) Ht. - 6-7 Wt. - 200 Sacramento, Calif. (Sacramento HS) • Averaged 17.4 points and 8.0 rebounds per game as a senior; Led Sacramento High to a 29-6 reocrd • Registered 10 double-doubles in points and rebounds and scored a season best of 34 points as a senior • Named to 2006 LBPT Best in the West first team; Rated the 88th-best prospect as a senior by • Had four points, two steals and an assist in 14 minutes of action in the opener on Nov. 16 vs. South Carolina • Is second on USC in assists with 14; Scored 8 points (6 of 7 from the line) on Nov. 24 vs. LBSU; 4 assists vs. LMU

22 Taj Gibson (Fr.) Ht. - 6-9 Wt. - 210 Brooklyn, N.Y. (Calvary Christian HS, Calif.) • Played last season at Calvary Christian High in San Fernando, Calif. which played an abbreviated schedule • As a sophomore and junior at Stoneridge Prep in Tarzana, Calif., averaged 20 points, 12 rebounds and 7 blocks per game • Rated the 7th-best power forward and 32nd overall by RivalsHoops; USA Today ranked him as the 33rd best prospect • Led USC with 16 points and 14 rebounds vs. South Carolina on Nov. was the most rebounds by a USC freshman since Sam Clancy also had 14 on Feb. 6, 1999; Had 10 points and 18 rebounds vs. LBSU on Nov. 24 (2nd double-double) • Led USC with 14 points and 10 rebounds on Nov. 28 vs. MVSU for third double-double...scored in double figures in his first five games, the first USC freshman to score in double digits his first five games since Tom Lewis (1985-86 season-9)

30 Terence Green (So.) Ht. - 5-10 Wt. - 176 Aliso Viejo, Calif. (Irvine Valley College) • Transfered to USC for the spring semester last season and practiced as a walk-on, but was ineligible for competition • Played high school ball at Aliso Niguel High; Helped lead the team to a 28-4 record his senior year • Was second-team all-CIF, All-Sea View League (3 years) and third-team All-Orange County

11 Daniel Hackett (Fr.) Ht. - 6-5 Wt. - 205 Downey, Calif. (St. John Bosco HS) • Originally a 2007 recruit, he graduated early by finishing his high school work this summer and enrolled at USC a year early • Averaged just over 20 points a game at St. John Bosco; Ranked the 6th-best 2007 prospect in California by • Was on the Division 2A All-CIF team in 2004 and 2005; Named a first-team selection to the 2005-06 LBPT Dream Team • Had 13 points, including two key three-point plays down the stretch in the opener vs. South Carolina on Nov. 16 • Leads USC with 18 assists; Had a season-best 6 assists on Nov. 24 vs. LBSU; Had 7 points, 3 assists & 3 steals vs. LMU

15 Dwight Lewis (Fr.) Ht. - 6-5 Wt. - 200 Metairie, La. (James Taylor HS, Tex.) • Played his senior season at James Taylor High in Katy, Tex. after being uprooted from Louisiana by hurricane Katrina • Scored 21 points per game as a senior in helping lead his team to a 17-10 record; Named first team All-Region • As a junior at Archbishop Rummel High in Metairie, La., he averaged 27.5 points, 9.7 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game • Scored 12 points on 6 of 9 shooting and had 4 rebounds iin win vs. St. Mary's; Had 10 points vs. The Citdadel • Made his first start on Nov. 24 vs. LBSU and had 7 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals

21 Abdoulaye N'diaye (Sr.) Ht. - 6-11 Wt. - 220 Dakar, Senegal (College of Southern Idaho) • Played in all 30 games (24 starts) for USC last season, averaging 5.3 points and 4.7 rebounds per game • Scored a career-high 13 points and grabbed a career-best 10 rebounds on Feb. 25, 2006 vs. Oregon State • Had 47 blocks as a USC junior and his 1.57 blocks per game average ranked third among Pac-10 players • Ranked the No. 1 junior college center in 2005 by HoopScoop; Scored 17 and had 14 rebounds in Cardinal & Gold game • Had five rebounds and four points on Nov. 16 vs. South Carolina; Did not start on Nov. 24, but had 7 rebounds in 11 minutes • Had 12 points (6-for-6 shooting) and nine rebounds vs. LMU on Dec. 2, both totals one under his career highs

25 Sead Odzic (So.) Ht. - 6-3 Wt. - 192 Skokie, Ill. (Niles West HS) • Appeared in all 30 games for USC as a freshman, making 5 starts and averaging 3.2 points and 1.2 rebounds per game • Averaged 20 points, 5 rebounds & 4 assists as a senior at Niles West HS (Ill.), hit better than 40 percent from 3-pt. range • Born in Yugoslavia and came to the US at the age of 4...speaks English and Serbian.

10 Chris Penrose (Sr.) Ht. - 6-0 Wt. - 172 San Diego, Calif. (Francis Parker HS) • Fourth season in the Trojans program...began as a freshman walk-on for the 2003-04 season, but saw no action • Appeared in 11 games for USC in 2004-05 and scored eight points...made both free throws he took and two three-pointers • Named a team captain as a sophomoe and enters his third season as a captain (along with N'diaye this season) • Hit a three-pointer, grabbed a rebounds and had an assist in four minutes of action vs. MVSU on Nov. 28

34 Gabe Pruitt (Jr.) Ht. - 6-4 Wt. - 170 Los Angeles, Calif. (Westchester HS) • Academically ineligible for the first semester; Started 25 games last season and averaged 16.9 points • Named to the 2005-06 All-Pac 10 first team and to the NABC District 15 first team • Scored a career-high 36 points on Dec. 10, 2005 at LMU which helped him earn Pac-10 Player of the Week honor • Scored 30 or more three times, the ninth Trojan to accomplish that in a single season and first since 1992 (Harold Miner) • Earned USC co-MVP honors and led the team in scoring as a freshman, averaging 12.3 points per game • Nailed seven three-pointers on Feb. 27, 2005 at Stanford to tie for the second most three-pointers in a game by a Trojan • Averaged 22 points per game as a senior at Westchester HS (Calif), earning Parade All-America honors

3 Lodrick Stewart (Sr.) Ht. - 6-4 Wt. - 210 Seattle, Wash. (Rainier Beach HS) • Entered this season as the active career points leader in the Pac-10; Averaged 12.3 last year in 30 games, 25 starts • Made 50 of 126 three-pointers last season (39.7 percent) to rank sixth in the Pac-10 • Had 70 three-pointers to lead USC in 2004-05 and rank as the sixth-most ever made in a single season by a Trojan • His twin brother Rodrick played at USC as a freshman and transferred to Kansas where USC plays on Dec. 4 • Scored a career-high 27 points on Dec. 11, 2004 at San Diego in a 87-75 win...made five of 11 three-pointers in that game • Had 11 points and five rebounds on Nov. 16 vs. South Carolina...scored the Trojans' first points in the Galen Center • Let USC with 19 points and tied his career high (4th time) with 8 rebounds in win vs. St. Mary's on Nov. 18 • Scored 16 points & passed the 1,000 points scored plateau in the game on Nov. 24 vs. LBSU (30th Trojan to 1,000 points) • Led USC with 21 points and hit a career-high six three-pointers (6-for-9) on Dec. 2 vs. LMU

2 Ryan Wetherell (Fr.) Ht. - 5-10 Wt. - 165 Calgary, Canada (Sir Winston Churchill HS) • Played three years of varsity at Sir Winston Churchill High; Was starting point guard and team MVP as a senior • Averged 30 points and eight assists as a senior; Helped lead his Junior Trojans club team to the provincial championship three straight years, earning MVP honors each season (2004-06) • Had nine points, four rebounds, three assists and a steal to help lead the Gold team to victory in the Cardinal & Gold game • Scored his first two points as a Trojan in his first game on Nov. 21 vs. The Citadel

23 Keith Wilkinson (So.) Ht. - 6-10 Wt. - 220 Mission Viejo, Calif. (Capistrano Valley HS) • Appeared in 19 games as a freshman, averaging 1.1 points and 1.4 rebounds..had bests of 5 points and 9 rebounds • Averaged 16 points and eight rebounds a game for Capistrano Valley HS (Calif.) during his senior season • Led his team in rebounding (230) and three-point baskets (55)...was second on the team in points (471) and blocks (37) • Scored 20 points per game in leading Capistrano Valley to the CIF Div. IIAA semi-finals, where they lost 57-54 to eventual champion Dominguez; His father, Jerry, played four years in the NFL for the Rams and Browns • Had a season-high five points and seven rebounds and hit his second career three-pointer on Nov. 28 vs. MVSU

1 Nick Young (Jr.) Ht. - 6-6 Wt. - 200 Los Angeles, Calif. (Cleveland HS) • Entered this season as the top returning scorer in the Pac-10; Was the 2005-06 USC team MVP • Averaged 17.3 points and 6.6 rebounds last year, one of three players in the Pac-10 to rank in the top 10 in both categories • Named to the 2005-06 All-Pac-10 first team and to the NABC District 15 first team; Scored double figures in 29 of 30 games • Scored a career-high 33 points on Feb. 25, 2006 vs. Oregon St.; Had 32 points vs. WSU on Jan. 14, 2006 • Averaged 27.2 points and 10.8 rebounds as a senior at Cleveland High in Reseda, Calif....tabbed by HoopScoop as the seventh-best player in the country...scored 56 points in one game and had 23 rebounds in another • Scored 15 points and grabbed nine rebounds on Nov. 16 vs. South Carolina • Scored 24 points (7th time 24 or more in career) on 8 of 9 shooting in win vs. The Citadel on Nov. 21 • Led USC with 22 points and grabbed 9 rebounds on Nov. 24 vs. LBSU • Had 18 points, an assist, block and steal in win vs. LMU on Dec. 2

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