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2017 IUBB recruiting

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It'a dreary rainy Indiana day so with nothing better to do, I thought it would be interesting to check up on how the 2017 Indiana All-Star squad performed in their first year of college basketball.  So just for fun here's the results.  At the very bottom I included Kyle Mangas from Warsaw who went to Indiana Wesleyan University because he had such an outstanding freshman season and IWU won the NAIA championship. 

 

2017 Indiana All-Stars Who Signed with D-1 Schools        
  GP GS Avg. Min. PPG  FG%  3-PT % FT% Avg. Reb Avg. Assts TO's Blks. Stls
Jaylen Butz - DePaul 23 3 12 3.5 62% 0% 49% 4.2 0.3 19 12 5
Zach Gunn- BSU 25 0 14 5.0 36% 32% 78% 2.8 0.7 24 9 5
Jaren Jackson -MSU 35 34 22 10.9 51% 40% 80% 5.8 2.7 62 106 21
Jack Nunge - Iowa 33 14 16 5.7 44% 33% 76% 2.8 1.0 32 25 21
Paul Scruggs - Xavier 34 0 17 4.9 46% 30% 72% 2.0 1.7 49 9 18
Mack Smith - E. Illinois 25 20 27 12.4 46% 39% 75% 3.8 1.4 41 5 17
Sasha Stefanovic - PUke Redshirt Year                    
Kris Wilkes - UCLA 33 32 30 13.7 44% 35% 66% 4.9 1.7 44 18 25
Malik Williamson - L'ville 32 N.A. 11 3.8 42% 32% 69% 2.4 0.2 11 13 12
                         
Jermaine Couisnard went to Monteverde Prep because of weak academics.    
Cooper Neese signed with Butler but left and transferred to Indiana State.    
                         
Kyle Mangas - IUW 35 N.A. 31 22.2 62% 38% 79% 5.4 2.8 77 14 39
    As a freshman, Mangas set a new IWU single season scoring record and was named Player of the Year in the Crossroads League.

 

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3 hours ago, Class of '66 Old Fart said:

It'a dreary rainy Indiana day so with nothing better to do, I thought it would be interesting to check up on how the 2017 Indiana All-Star squad performed in their first year of college basketball.  So just for fun here's the results.  At the very bottom I included Kyle Mangas from Warsaw who went to Indiana Wesleyan University because he had such an outstanding freshman season and IWU won the NAIA championship. 

 

2017 Indiana All-Stars Who Signed with D-1 Schools        
  GP GS Avg. Min. PPG  FG%  3-PT % FT% Avg. Reb Avg. Assts TO's Blks. Stls
Jaylen Butz - DePaul 23 3 12 3.5 62% 0% 49% 4.2 0.3 19 12 5
Zach Gunn- BSU 25 0 14 5.0 36% 32% 78% 2.8 0.7 24 9 5
Jaren Jackson -MSU 35 34 22 10.9 51% 40% 80% 5.8 2.7 62 106 21
Jack Nunge - Iowa 33 14 16 5.7 44% 33% 76% 2.8 1.0 32 25 21
Paul Scruggs - Xavier 34 0 17 4.9 46% 30% 72% 2.0 1.7 49 9 18
Mack Smith - E. Illinois 25 20 27 12.4 46% 39% 75% 3.8 1.4 41 5 17
Sasha Stefanovic - PUke Redshirt Year                    
Kris Wilkes - UCLA 33 32 30 13.7 44% 35% 66% 4.9 1.7 44 18 25
Malik Williamson - L'ville 32 N.A. 11 3.8 42% 32% 69% 2.4 0.2 11 13 12
                         
Jermaine Couisnard went to Monteverde Prep because of weak academics.    
Cooper Neese signed with Butler but left and transferred to Indiana State.    
                         
Kyle Mangas - IUW 35 N.A. 31 22.2 62% 38% 79% 5.4 2.8 77 14 39
    As a freshman, Mangas set a new IWU single season scoring record and was named Player of the Year in the Crossroads League.

 

Zach Gunn will end up being a very solid stretch 4 within the next year or 2 for Ball State. Shot the ball better as the season went on. 

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