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Van Noy and Hoffman to play in Senior Bowl Saturday

Jan 24, 2014 - Posted by Aaron Sorenson at 4:10 pm | Updated: January 24, 2014 5:08 pm | Permalink

The Reese's Senior Bowl, which will be played in Mobile, Ala., Saturday, features two BYU standouts in receiver Cody Hoffman and linebacker Kyle Van Noy

The Senior Bowl annually features the country's best senior collegiate football players and top NFL draft prospects on teams representing the North and South that are coached by the entire coaching staffs of two National Football League teams. This year's coaches hail from the Jacksonville Jaguars (South) and the Atlanta Falcons (North). Hoffman and Van Noy will play for the South this weekend.

Both players are two of the most decorated at their respecitve positions in the school's history. Hoffman set six receiving records while at BYU, including all-purpose yards, receiving yards, receptions, receiving touchdowns, most receiving touchdowns in a game and most games with 100-plus receiving yards. Van Noy, a two-time All-American, tallied 26 sacks, 62 tackles for loss, seven interceptions, 11 forced fumbles and three blocked kicks as a Cougar.

In case you missed it, here are a few articles featuring the two Cougars during their week of practice leading up to the Senior Bowl:

The game will be broadcast on NFL Network at 4 p.m. EST Saturday. Launched on Nov. 4, 2003, NFL Network is celebrating its 10th anniversary this season. Currently in more than 72 million homes, NFL Netowrk has carriage aggreements with each of the country's largest television providers including Comcast, DirecTV, DISH Network, Cablevision, Cox, Charter, Time Warner Cable, Verizon FiOS and AT&T U-verse. For fans on the go, all NFL Network programming is streamed live on NFL Mobile from Verizon. For more information, log on to http://www.nfl.com/nflnetwork.

Live stats are available at usajaguars.com. Fans will need to click on the 'live stats' icon located in the upper right of the home page. There you will see eight small icons in the upper right. Live stats is the further icon on the right.

Quotes from Coach Rose and players after Tuesday's practice

Jan 21, 2014 - Posted by Sugene Lee at 6:39 pm | Updated: January 21, 2014 8:51 pm | Permalink

BYU head coach Dave Rose

On Portland beating Gonzaga:

"I think our guys are in a pretty good mindset right now as far as their preparation, but I think that's part of the process is try to go through any team and who they've played, where they've played and the big games they won, because that can get the attention of your players."

"This Portland team is built to win and hopefully we can play well and be successful up there."

On Portland's bigs:

"This will be a similar challenge to Pepperdine the first time we played them. They're both really skilled, they can stretch you, but their guards are so much improved. I think the challenge will be trying to figure out a way to handle those post guys in the low post and the high post and still cover their guards."

On tough road games this week:

"We spend the majority of our time worrying about this Portland game, and the challenge at Gonzaga is not just for one or two teams. They've been pretty good at home since they built that arena, so we'll worry about that on Friday. We know this is an important time of the season."

"Hopefully we can play well and have good results, but it's a difficult road trip, there's no question about it."

"We say this all the time that this game we're playing, even though it's really important and we want to give it our best effort in preparation and in our effort as we play, it's not going to make or break our season, but we want to play like it does and deal with the results and move forward from there." 

On Gonzaga:

"They know the date we were playing Gonzaga when we got the schedule. The real challenge for us is to make sure that stays in the back of their minds, not in the front of their minds, because Portland will be all we can handle. Hopefully we can be at full force and that's kind of the issue right now. I want these guys to have the very best opportunity as possible." 

Tyler Haws

On being in foul trouble:

"I think it's just dumb plays on my part. I don't know if I've ever had two fouls called on me that quick before, but I do have to be smarter and I have to recognize the way the refs are calling the game. Each crew kind of refs the game differently, so I have to recognize those things."

On Portland and Gonzaga:

"[Gonzaga] is in the back of our minds, but you have to take each game one game at a time and you can't overlook anyone. I think we learned that lesson in our first two games in conference, so you have to take it one game at a time and try and execute the game plan that the coaches put in to the best of our abilities." 

"Each team has talented players, but we trust the coaches and we trust their game plan. If we play the right way, I feel like we can beat anyone." 

Matt Carlino

On Portland:

"Their bigs are really good. They're a solid team and they're good at home."

On coming off the bench:

"I'm not fighting anything, I'm just trying to play my best and get better everyday. I think it's all about improving and going out there and doing what I do. Whatever minutes I get, I'm good with it." 

This Week in the WCC: Facing Portland and Gonzaga

Jan 21, 2014 - Posted by knielsen at 3:06 pm | Updated: January 22, 2014 2:08 pm | Permalink

The four-way logjam for second place in the West Coast Conference was halved last week as BYU defeated San Francisco and Pepperdine lost to Gonzaga. The result is Saint Mary's and BYU sitting one game behind the Bulldogs. BYU has its chance to pull even with Gonzaga in the loss column on Saturday night in Spokane, Wash. Fifth-place Pepperdine travels to third-place Saint Mary's on Thursday in another game that would have top of the standing implications.

BYU's full slate this week includes traveling to face Portland on ROOT Sports on Thursday, Jan. 23 at 8 p.m. MST and Gonzaga on Saturday, Jan. 25 at 8 p.m. MST on ESPN2.

Team Standings Conference Overall
1. Gonzaga 6-1 16-3
2. BYU 5-2 13-7
3. Saint Mary's 4-2 14-5
4. San Francisco 5-3 12-8
5. Pepperdine 5-3 12-8
6. Portland 3-4 11-8
7. Santa Clara 3-5 10-11
8. San Diego 2-5 11-9
9. Loyola Marymount 2-6 10-10
10. Pacific 1-5 10-7

Fun Facts

  • BYU owns the longest current winning streak in the conference with a victory in each of their past five games.
  • Matt Carlino's nine assists off the bench on Saturday night were the most by a player coming off the bench in the Dave Rose era.
  • Portland has used the same starting five in every game this year, while BYU has gone through four different starting lineups thanks to two-game injury stints from Tyler Haws and Eric Mika and by Skyler Halford working his way into the shooting guard spot. BYU has started eight different players
  • Gonzaga's Sam Dower Jr., who was named WCC Player of the Week, just surpassed the career 1,000 point mark over the weekend, as did BYU's Matt Carlino.

WCC Leaders

Scoring School PPG
1. Tyler Haws BYU 20.7
2. Brandon Clark Santa Clara 20.6
3. Jared Brownridge Santa Clara 19.8
7. Kyle Collinsworth BYU 16.1
18. Skyler Halford BYU 13.1
24. Matt Carlino BYU 11.9

 

Rebounds School RPG
1. Stacy Davis Pepperdine 9.1
2. Ryan Nicholas Portland 8.4
3. Kyle Collinsworth BYU 8.3
10. Nate Austin BYU 7.1

 

Assists School APG
1. Anthony Ireland LMU 6.0
T-2. Kyle Collinsworth BYU 5.1
T-2. Alec Wintering Portland 5.1
9. Matt Carlino BYU 3.9

 

Steals School SPG
1. Kyle Collinsworth BYU 2.6
2. James Walker III Saint Mary's 2.0
3. Anthony Ireland LMU 1.9

 

Coming Up

Thursday, Jan. 23

BYU at Portland, 8 p.m. MST, ROOT Sports

LMU at Pacific, 8 p.m. MST, TheW.tv

Pepperdine at Saint Mary's, 8 p.m. MST, TheW.tv

San Diego at Gonzaga, 8 p.m., ESPNU

 

Saturday, Jan. 25

BYU at Gonzaga, 8 p.m. MST, ESPN2

San Diego at Portland, 2 p.m. MST, TheW.tv

LMU at Saint Mary's, 4 p.m. MST, TheW.tv

Santa Clara at San Francisco, 6 p.m. MST, TheW.tv

Pepperdine at Pacific, 8 p.m. MST, TheW.tv

Cougars in the Pros: Cummard scores 18 points against Brussels

Jan 21, 2014 - Posted by Sugene Lee at 12:28 pm | Updated: January 21, 2014 12:30 pm | Permalink

Lee Cummard went for 18 points, seven rebounds and two assists in an 85-75 victory over Brussels last Sunday. He was also 5 of 7 from the field and 2 of 2 from beyond the arc. 

Trent Plaisted added 14 points in a nine-point win against Cantu, while Jonathan Tavernari finished with 12 points and four rebounds in a 95-77 loss. 

Brandon Davies also contributed nine points and four rebounds in a loss to the Miami Heat in 16 minutes of play. 

For weekly updates, visit Cougars in the Pros under the info tab. 

Name Profiles Team League Country Ppg Rpg Apg
Jimmer Fredette BYU | Professional Sacramento NBA USA 5.3 1.4 1.4
Brandon Davies BYU | Professional Philadelphia NBA USA 2.5 2.0 0.6
Rafael Araujo BYU | Professional Mogi das Cruzes Paulista Stage Two Brazil 5.5 3.9 0.8
Lee Cummard BYU | Professional Okapi Aalstar Belgium-Ethias Belgium 11.3 6.1 2.3
Jonathan Tavernari BYU | Professional Pinheiros/Sky Paulista Stage Two Brazil 7.7 4.9 0.9
Charles Abouo BYU | Professional Palencia LEB Gold Spain 5.7 3.3 0.2
Trent Plaisted BYU | Professional Ratiopharm Bundesliga Germany 9.3 6.3 1.3

Sorensen, Friel competing in East-West Shrine game on Saturday

Jan 17, 2014 - Posted by at 3:45 pm | Updated: January 17, 2014 3:48 pm | Permalink

2014 EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME ON NFL NETWORK SATURDAY, JANUARY 18 AT 4 PM ET

Defensive back Daniel Sorensen and tight end Kaneakua Friel will represent BYU in the 2014 East-West Shrine game on Saturday. Sorensen and Friel are among 58 players invited to compete for the West squad in the annual college football all-star contest pitting East vs. West.

The NFL Network provides coverage of the annual East-West Shrine Game at 4 p.m. ET (2 p.m. MT) from Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla.

Play-by-play announcer Paul Burmeister is joined in the booth by analysts Mike Mayock and Charles Davis, while Daniel Jeremiah provides reports from the sidelines.

For complete information on the game, visit: http://www.shrinegame.com/

Later this month Cougar fans can also watch All-American linebacker Kyle Van Noy and record-breaking receiver Cody Hoffman as they particate in the Senior Bowl on Jan. 25 in Mobile, Ala. 

NFL.com provides complete news reports and analysis throughout the lead up to the 2014 NFL Draft at NFL.com/cfb247 and on Twitter (@NFL_CFB).

The following content from NFL Network/NFL.com’s expert is now available on NFL.com:

Launched on November 4, 2003, NFL Network is celebrating its 10th Anniversary this season. Currently in more than 72 million homes, NFL Network has carriage agreements with each of the country’s largest television providers including Comcast, DirecTV, DISH Network, Cablevision, Cox, Charter, Time Warner Cable, Verizon FiOS and AT&T U-verse. For fans on the go, all NFL Network programming is streamed live on NFL Mobile from Verizon. For more information, log on to http://www.nfl.com/nflnetwork

January Baseball Blog

Jan 17, 2014 - Posted by Ralph R. Zobell at 12:53 pm | Updated: February 4, 2014 9:59 pm | Permalink

GUTHRIE'S REMARKS AT FIRST PITCH DINNER
For photos from the Jan. 18 First Pitch Dinner visit this link

Major League pitcher Jeremy Guthrie, accompanied by his son Hudson, spoke for 45 minutes at the Marriott Center where BYU baseball had a goal of raising $50,000 and a $12,000 scholarship. Among those in attendance at the fundraiser were former pro players Dane Iorg, Vance Law, Vernon Law and current pitcher Brandon Lyon, who played for coach Mike Littlewood at Dixie State.

“There is no way to take out what the gospel has meant to me,” Guthrie began. He told of a Sports Illustrated article on Michael Jordan which hangs in Guthrie’s basement about giving your best. He quoted legendary UCLA coach John Wooden, “success is peace of mind which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best you are capable of becoming.”

Guthrie related an experience from high school when he wasn’t selected to be the starting quarterback at first. He later became the starter and said, “When you don’t get what you want, you need to be prepared.”

Guthrie attended Especially For Youth at BYU as a 17-year-old senior. “I was overwhelmed by the spirit that I felt. My friend and I listened to all the speakers.” He told of listening to Brad Wilcox, who told us “we would be excellent missionaries.” Later Guthrie sent tapes to Norm Chow to walk on at BYU. He had been offered $320,000 by the Padres, but ended up drafted by the Mets in the 15th round. Guthrie flew to New York and pitched in the bullpen at Shea Stadium. 

“I read about the Million Dollar Missionary, McKay Christensen, and told them (the Mets) that story. They said, ‘If we offered you a million dollars would you pass up that chance to be a missionary?’ So many decisions we make in life that dictate where we will end up.” Guthrie turned down that proposition and ended up serving a mission to Spain after one year at BYU. He told of his ups and downs at BYU.

“I was ready to be a missionary at the end of my freshman year. After my mission, I was given a chance to transfer to Stanford. I was told by coach Mark Marquess that I would be the closer which meant being asked to pitch on Sundays.” Guthrie pondered Marquess’ offer and told him he would not pitch on Sundays. Marquess countered by making him a starter for the next 40 Fridays in the next two seasons. That observance carried over to the pro ranks for Guthrie who decided to “treat the Sabbath different that I did other days at the ballpark. My wife didn’t attend games on Sundays.”

Guthrie related trials working up through AA and AAA with the Cleveland Indians, then playing for the Baltimore Orioles, Colorado Rockies and finally the Kansas City Royals. “I was the 25th guy to make the team with the Orioles. I was given the ball three times on opening day.

Guthrie closed by saying, “I enjoy the struggle of being on top of (my) game. It will be taken away as quickly as it is given to you. Focus by the effort I was giving.” He recalled hearing an October 1999 General Conference address by Bishop Richard C. Edgley.

“Give your best,” Guthrie said. “Understand and identify what success is, never get down as long as we do our best.”

PLAYING IN ARIZONA
BYU opens its season with a four-game series against Kansas at the Mariners/Rangers Spring Training Complex in Peoria, Ariz. BYU's team will be holding a tri-stake fireside on Feb. 16 at the Glendale Arizona North Stake Center, 4901 W. Union Hills Dr. at 6 p.m.

Other NCAA schools playing in Arizona at pro facilities in February include those on Feb. 14  when Minnesota and Northern Illinois play at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, spring training home of the Chicago White Sox and the Los Angeles Dodgers;  and Nebraska, Gonzaga, Pacific play in the Husker Classic at the Spring Training home of the Los Angeles Angels in  Tempe's Diablo Stadium. 

On Feb.21-24  at the Big10-Pac12 Tournament in Surprise at the Kansas City Royals Spring Training facility Utah joins Washington, Oregon State, Michigan State, Nebraska and Indiana.

And on Feb. 27-March 2  Gonzaga, Santa Clara, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Manhattan, and Arizona State play in Surprise.

COUGARS IN ST. GEORGE
BYU has a couple of practices in St. George before it opens the home season vs. Seattle University in a three-game series at St. George on Feb. 27, 28 and March 1 at Dixie's Bruce Hurst Field.

Those practices will be Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 (Dixie High), 7 and 8 in St. George in an effort to avoid cabin fever.

Last March BYU baseball moved its home opening games vs. Creighton to St. George because of weather and won two of the three games in bookend fashion. The Cougars played in St. George in 1999 and 1998 in Southern Utah Chiropractice and Ed Stangue tournaments against Southern Utah, Washington, Mesa State, Lewis-Clark State and San Francisco. BYU's record in St. George is 5-6.

AT&T BALLPARK
Spacious AT&T Ballpark (41,915 seats) will be the site of the third game BYU plays at San Francisco. The Cougars play the first two games at cozy Beneditti Diamond (2,000 seats, 315-415-321) and finish the series at AT&T Ballpark (339-399-309) where BYU's football team played last December in the Fight Hunger Bowl, drawing 34,136 fans in a 31-16 loss to No. 25 Washington). This season BYU is also playing at pro ballparks in Corpus Christi, Texas; Pasco, Wash.; and Spring Mobile Ballpark in Salt Lake City. The top attendance for a BYU baseball game was 11,699 at the Kingdome in Seattle vs. Notre Dame in 1994 when the Cougars also played Washington in that facility.

CAMERON TUCKETT AWARD
The winner of the 2013 Cameron Tuckett Award was Adam Law, who was presented the award by former BYU coach Glen Tuckett at the January First Pitch Dinner. For a complete list of past winners of the Cameron Tuckett Award please visit this link.

INJURED PLAYERS
Pitcher Marc Oslund and outfielder Christian Mua will not be competing during the 2014 season due to injuries that did not permit full participation with the team.

BELATED CHRISTMAS GREETINGS
BYU pitcher Kolton Mahoney, Cougar marketing director Bill Hoops and sports information director Ralph Zobell are the baseball connections on last December's Athletic Department Christmas card. You can view a PDF of that card through this link.

BAPTISM LAST DECEMBER
Senior pitcher Chris Howard was baptized last December, see photo below, with him circled front and center. The left-handed reliever was voted one of four co-captains by his teammates for the 2014 season and redshirted last year due to Tommy John surgery. Over 50 current and former players were among those at the baptism.

LITTLEWOOD WEDDING
During the off season, BYU junior tennis player Morgan Anderson from St. George married Marcus Littlewood last November. Marcus, the youngest son of BYU coach Mike Littlewood, plays catcher for the Seattle Mariner organization. You can view her bio here on the tennis team website. FYI, BYU's baseball 2014 team has five players who are married: Jeff Barker, Jarrett Jarvis, Brandon Kinser, Dillon Robinson, and Brock Whitney.

FOUR-YEAR TRANSFERS
There are three transfers on this year's team from four-year schools, Rhett Nelson, Dallen Reber and Michael Rucker. Nelson played at Santa Clara prior to serving a mission to Chile and transferring to Salt Lake Community College. Reber played at Kentucky prior to serving a mission also to Chile. And Rucker played last year at Gonzaga, but will have to sit out this season at BYU according to NCAA transfer rules.

MISSED ON LAST BLOG
Assistant coach Trent Pratt was among those given a Cougar Paw award at last August's meeting with the BYU Athletic Department.

Women's volleyball recognized at annual awards banquet

Jan 15, 2014 - Posted by Royce Hinton at 9:05 am | Updated: June 30, 2014 9:55 am | Permalink
 

 

BYU women's volleyball closed the 2013 season with its annual awards banquet Tuesday evening in the Blue Zone of LaVell Edwards Stadium.

The Cougars finished the season with a 24-7 overall record and a 15-3 second-place West Coast Conference finish. BYU advanced to the regional semifinals of the NCAA tournament for the second consecutive year. 

Family and friends gathered together to share a meal as well as watch highlight reels, listen to speeches and accept awards following a successful 2013 season.

The following Cougars were recognized for their achievements in 2013:

Third-team All-America: Alexa Gray
AVCA All-Pacific South Region First Team: Alexa Gray
AVCA All-Pacific South Region Honorable Mention: Camry Godfrey
First-team All-WCC: Alexa Gray, Kathryn LeCheminant
All-WCC Honorable Mention: Tambre Haddock, Ciara Parker
WCC Freshman of the Year: Whitney Young
WCC All-Academic First Team: Ciara Parker, Tia Withers Welling

Coach Rose and players talk after Tuesday's practice

Jan 14, 2014 - Posted by Sugene Lee at 6:33 pm | Updated: January 14, 2014 7:40 pm | Permalink

BYU head coach Dave Rose

On Eric Mika:

"Eric is feeling better. He practiced a little bit yesteday and today he was in practice full time, so unless he has a setback tonight, we anticipate a good practice tomorrow and that he'll play on Thursday. That's what we're hoping."

"I think Eric is a big part of our offensive and defensive game plan. I do think that having another body will be good. The combination of Josh and Nate was really good for us in playing those minutes with a couple wins. It should help the confidence of the team, but we need Eric. We need Eric to play well. Last couple of times on the road, he's been in foul trouble, so hopefully sitting and watching for a couple games might've helped him mentally. The most important thing is that he's healthy."

On confidence after wins:

"Hopefully this team understands the challenge of the weekend. These road games in league are really hard to win and we have to get a great effort from everyone. We can't just have a couple guys play well."

On Matt Carlino:

"I think he played pretty well. He had a great game on Saturday night and the minutes he gave on Thursday were solid. He came in and really helped our team get better. He gave us a good lift off the bench and that's a good sign. I'm happy for Matt that he's found a real comfortable spot." 

Skyler Halford

On starting:

"I was just glad we won the game. That was the ultimate thing for our team is to get that win and that's what we need the most."

On upcoming road trip:

"Hopefully we can bring the same intensity and energy we did at home and we can come together collectively as a group, especially on the defensive end. I think if we can do that, we'll have a good chance on the road."

On guard matchup:

"They're talented. They have great shooters all along the board and we're hoping to just keep them off that 3-point line and prevent them from driving and penetrating, because they just kick and knock down shots." 

On team's confidence:

"When you're winning, it definitely helps you feel better, but you can't feel too good about yourself. You always have to stay focused on every single game and you can't think too much in how many you've won. Sometimes you feel too good about yourself and you get lazy in some areas, so we're trying to stay on top of our game in all areas." 

Matt Carlino

On coming off the bench:

"I feel good. I feel good about everything. We've won the last three games so it's been good."

On team's confidence and road trip:

"It's high right now, but coach has been trying to keep us level headed going into all these road games." 

"I think we have to focus on stopping the other team and just doing what we do. We have to do what we do at home and bring it on the road. We just have to find that on the road and when we do, we'll keep doing it." 

Tyler Haws

On mentality going on the road:

"I think the guys are a lot more aware of the challenge that awaits us. There are no days off or no games off in league, so we're looking forward to the challenge."

"We definitely made strides on the offensive and defensive end, so we're just excited. I think we made some good changes and guys are feeling pretty good right now." 

On last year's loss against San Francisco:

"We let them come back and they're a team that doesn't stop fighting and continues to play hard for 40 minutes. We'll have to be ready to execute the game plan and not let up for 40 minutes." 

Haws named Lou Henson

Jan 14, 2014 - Posted by Kyle Chilton at 1:30 pm | Permalink

BOSTON, Mass. – BYU junior guard Tyler Haws has been named the Lou Henson Award National Player of the Week.

The 6-foot-5 junior averaged 33.0 points in two wins last week. On Thursday, Jan. 9, Haws scored 35 points in a win over Pepperdine. Two days later the Utah native had 31 points, including 24 in the second half, in the Cougars' win over Loyola Marymount.

The Lou Henson Award is presented annually to the top Mid-Major player in Division I college basketball.

The award is named in honor of Lou Henson who retired after a spectacular coaching career that lasted 41 years. When he left the game in 2005 he was sixth all-time in career Division I wins with 779. He is the winningest coach at both Illinois and New Mexico State. He is one of only 12 coaches in the history of the game to take two schools to the Final Four. 

WEEKLY HONORS

Week 10 (Jan. 13) Tyler Haws (BYU)
Week 9 (Jan. 6) Keifer Sykes (Green Bay)
Week 8 (Dec. 30) Javon McCrea (Buffalo)
Week 7 (Dec. 23) D.J. Irving (Boston University)
Week 6 (Dec. 16) Marshall Bjorklund (North Dakota State)
Week 5 (Dec. 9) Isiah Umipig (Seattle)
Week 4 (Dec. 2) Sidney Sanders Jr. (Fairleigh Dickinson)
Week 3 (Nov. 25) Jeremy Ingram (North Carolina Central)
Week 2 (Nov. 18) J.J. Mann (Belmont)
Week 1 (Nov. 11) Kendrick Perry (Youngstown State)

Cougars in the Pros: Fredette combines for 24 points in last two wins

Jan 13, 2014 - Posted by Sugene Lee at 2:47 pm | Updated: January 13, 2014 2:51 pm | Permalink

Sacramento Kings guard Jimmer Fredette went for 11 points and three assists in a 108-83 win against the Orlando Magic last Friday. He also added 13 points and three assists in a 124-80 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers last Sunday. 

Fredette is now shooting 50 percent from beyond the arc this season and averaged 14.3 minutes per game last week. 

Philadelphia 76ers Brandon Davies went for 11 points, four rebounds, one assist and two steals last Tuesday in a loss to the Cavaliers. Davies also averaged 15.5 minutes per game last week in four games. 

Lee Cummard finished with 10 points, seven rebounds, four assists, four steals and two blocks in a loss last Saturday. 

For weekly updates, visit Cougars in the Pros under the info tab. 

Name Profiles Team League Country Ppg Rpg Apg
Jimmer Fredette BYU | Professional Sacramento NBA USA 5.7 1.5 1.4
Brandon Davies BYU | Professional Philadelphia NBA USA 2.3 1.9 0.6
Rafael Araujo BYU | Professional Mogi das Cruzes Paulista Stage Two Brazil 5.5 3.9 0.8
Lee Cummard BYU | Professional Okapi Aalstar Belgium-Ethias Belgium 10.9 6.0 2.3
Jonathan Tavernari BYU | Professional Pinheiros/Sky Paulista Stage Two Brazil 7.1 5.1 1.0
Charles Abouo BYU | Professional Palencia LEB Gold Spain 6.1 3.5 0.2
Trent Plaisted BYU | Professional Ratiopharm Bundesliga Germany 9.3 8.3 1.9