Best Shooter in College Basketball || Oklahoma PG Trae Young 2017-18 Highlights ᴴᴰ

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Trae Young INSANE 48 Pts, 8 Asts 2018.01.20 at Oklahoma State - 48 Pts, 8 Threes, 8 Asts!

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Official Collin Sexton Freshman Highlights 2017-18

Named the 2018 Southeastern Conference Co-Freshman of the Year, became the second player in program history to earn the honor (first was Mo Williams in 2002) … named Second team All-SEC ... named to the 2017-18 All-Freshman Team … did not play against No. 17 Auburn (1/17) and Mississippi State (1/20) due to abdominal injury … returned to the lineup and played limited minutes against Ole Miss (1/23) and totaled seven points, two rebounds and two assists … is tied for second in the SEC in scoring average (18.1 ppg) and tops the squad in assists per game (3.5) … ranks fourth in the SEC in free throws made and third in free throws attempted, while also ranking 32nd in the nation in foul shots made and 34th in free throws attempted … has 23 double-digit scoring games, 11 games of 20 or more points and two games of 30 or more points … named to Watch Lists for the Cousy Award, Naismith Trophy and Oscar Robertson Trophy prior to the start of the season … set an Alabama freshman scoring record with 40 points, including 31 in the second half, against then-No. 14 Minnesota (11/25) … was the first Alabama player to score 40 in a game since Reggie King had 43 points on March 12, 1979 vs. Virginia … became the first freshman in the modern era at Alabama to score three straight games of more than 20 points in each of his first three games … went for 30 points and was near perfect from the free throw line (15-of-16) at Arizona (12/9) … registered his 10th 20-point game against Missouri (1/31) scoring 23 points while adding four rebounds, two assists and a steal … finished with 22 points to tie for the team lead against Louisiana Tech (11/29) while leading the team with three steals … dropped 22 points (7-of-10) to lead the team in scoring, and added five assists and two steals in his collegiate debut in the home opener against Lipscomb (11/14) … his 22 points were the most scored in a game by a true freshman at Alabama since Eddie Phillips poured in 25 points in his debut back on Nov. 24, 1978 … recorded his second straight 20-plus point game, totaling 25 points, to go along with five assists and four rebounds in the win against Alabama A&M (11/17) … registered 29 points, while shooting 11-for-14 from the charity stripe and adding four assists in the win against UT Arlington (11/21) … scored 10 points while totaling seven rebounds and three assists in 30 minutes against BYU (11/24) … reached double figures with 11 points while grabbing four rebounds and one steal against URI (12/6) … was perfect from the free throw line (9-of-9) to total 21 points while collecting four assists and three rebounds vs. Mercer (12/19) … was perfect from the free-throw line (7-of-7) to lead all scorers with 24 points, to go along with a team high of five assists, three steals and three rebounds vs. Vanderbilt (1/2) … scored a team-high 23 points while adding three assists, one steal and two rebounds against Georgia (1/6) … put up a game-high 25 points to go along with five rebounds and two assists at No. 12 Auburn (2/21) … went 6-of-6 from the free throw line to total 15 points, while adding a season-high seven rebounds, three assists and his first block of his career against LSU (1/13) … led the team in points (18) while adding three rebounds and two assists in his first start after suffering an abdominal injury vs. then-No. 12 Oklahoma (1/27) … scored a game-high 17 points while totaling a career high of eight rebounds and six assists at then-No. 23 Florida (2/3) … went 8-of-10 from the charity stripe to total 18 points, while adding five rebounds, three assists and a block at Mississippi State (2/6) … scored 16 points to go along with five rebounds and four assists against then-No. 15 Tennessee (2/10) … put up 15 points while leading the team with a season high of six assists against LSU (2/13) … scored 12 points to go along with three assists and two rebounds at Kentucky (2/17) … led the team in assists (6) while totaling 15 points, two rebounds and a steal vs. Arkansas (2/24) … scored 14 points to go along with five rebounds and three assists vs. Florida (2/27)

Lavar Ball WATCHES the SHORTEST PLAYER in the DRAFT! 5'5" Junior Robinson PBC Highlights!

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Trae Young vs Collin Sexton College Highlights 2018

The 2018 NBA Draft lottery will be highlighted by an array of athletic bigs, a European star, and two true point guards who have separated themselves from every amateur in the world. Oklahoma’s Trae Young and Alabama’s Collin Sexton may be stars at the next level. Where they land will depend on what teams value at the guard position, but both provide skills the NBA demands.

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Oklahoma PG Trae Young
Freshman 6’2 180 lbs

Oklahoma PG Trae Young was the Baker Mayfield of the Oklahoma basketball team. The highly touted freshman from Norman, Oklahoma represented his home team well in his one year and is now expected to be a lottery pick.

Young lead the nation in scoring with 27.4 points a game while dishing out 8.7 assists. He finished the season with 118 three pointers. Young and Alabama PG Collin Sexton are expected to be the top point guards in the 2018 NBA Draft.

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