1.Wes Clark – 32 in.
2.Kaiser Gates – 31.5 in.
3.Dikembe Dixson – 30.5 in.
1.Wes Clark – 39.5 in
2.Darius Thompson and Dikembe Dixson – 37 in
3.LiAngelo Ball – 36.5 in
1.Jared Terrell – 2.93 seconds
2.Kendrick Nunn – 2.94 seconds
3.Darius Thompson – 2.95 seconds
¾ Court Sprint:
1.Wes Clark – 3.16 seconds
2.Dikembe Dixson – 3.24 seconds
3.LaGerald Vick – 3.26 seconds
1.Wes Clark – 10.67 seconds
2.JP Macura – 11.09 seconds
3.Kendrick Nunn – 11.15 seconds
1.Junior Robinson – 33.5 in
2.Brandon Sampson – 32.5 in
3.Kam Williams and Daxter Miles – 31.5 in
1.Brandon Sampson – 42 in
2.Junior Robinson – 40.5 in
3.Daxter Miles Jr. – 39.5 in
1.Egor Koulechov – 2.74 seconds
2.Todd Withers – 2.79 seconds
3.Frank Bartley IV – 2.84 seconds
¾ Court Sprint:
1.Junior Robinson – 3.12 seconds
2.Daxter Miles Jr. – 3.18 seconds
3.Todd Withers – 3.26 seconds
1.Todd Withers – 10.71 seconds
2.Maverick Rowan – 10.83 seconds
3.Kendall Stephens – 11.02 seconds
BREAKING: Jared Terrell (Rhode Island) will participate in the 2018 Professional Basketball Combine presented by HFactor. Welcome to the team Jared!
BREAKING: JP Macura (Xavier) will participate in the 2018 Professional Basketball Combine presented by HFactor. Welcome to the team JP!
BREAKING: Daxter Miles Jr. (West Virginia) to participate in the 2018 Professional Basketball Combine presented by HFactor. In his 4-year career with the Mountaineers, Miles averaged 9.6 PPG, 2.4 RPG, 1.8 APG, and 1.3 SPG, starting 124 out of 136 games. As a freshman against Kansas, Miles went for a season high 23 points, going 5-9 from 3pt range against the future Big 12 champs. Following his first year, Miles was named to the Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team. As a sophomore, Miles produced 9.4 PPG, 2.1 RPG, 1.4 SPG, and 1.3 APG en route to being named to the Academic All-Big 12 Men’s Basketball First Team. Coming into his junior year, Miles was an Honorable Mention in the preseason All-Big 12 awards. In the last regular season matchup against Iowa State, Miles matched his career high with 23 points and tied a career high with 7 rebounds, leading the Mountaineers to a victory. As a senior against Morgan State, Miles went for 32 points while scorching 3-6 from 3pt range. In the Big 12 Conference tournament, Miles averaged 22 PPG, 3.3 RPG, and 2.3 APG while shooting 15-27 from 3pt range. As a result of his performance, Miles was named to the Big 12 Championship All-Tournament Team. We are excited to welcome Daxter to the 2018 PBC and look forward to seeing him compete next week!
BREAKING: Maverick Rowan (NC State) to attend the PBC presented by HFactor. He made 134 3s in two years with the Wolfpack. As a freshman with NC State, Roman put up impressive numbers by averaging 12.9 PPG and 3.1 RPG. He ranked fifth in the ACC with 2.45 made 3-pointers per game and his 426 points ranked third all-time at NC State for a freshman. His sophomore year, Rowan became a much more efficient player increasing his shooting percentage from 36% to 43%. After his sophomore campaign, Maverick decided to leave NC State in pursuit of a professional basketball career. After going through the pre draft process, Rowan decided to withdraw from the draft and play professionally making him eligible for the 2018 NBA Draft. Following his withdrawal from the draft, Rowan landed with the Lakeland Magic and was picked 3rd overall in the G-League draft. In a March matchup against the Oklahoma City Blue, Rowan went for a career high 22 points, adding on 4 rebounds, 2 assists, and 1 steal to round out his outstanding night. We are excited to welcome Maverick to the 2018 PBC and look forward to seeing him compete next week!
BREAKING: Kam Williams (Ohio State) to attend the 2018 Professional Basketball Combine presented by HFactor. In 4 seasons with the Buckeyes, Williams averaged 7.9 PPG, and 1.7 RPG while shooting 40.3% from 3pt range. Against Northwestern in his sophomore year, Williams exploded for 21 points, setting a career high with 5 3pt FGA made. As a junior, the 6’2” guard would increase his production to 9.4 PPG, 2.1 RPG, and 1 APG. Against Navy, Williams tied his career high with 23 points, while shooting lights out from 3pt range (5-6). This season, over the course of the Big Ten and NCAA tournaments, Williams would average a phenomenal 17 PPG, 2.7 RPG, 2.7 APG, 1 SPG, and 1 BPG while shooting 50% from 3pt range. We are excited to welcome Kam to the 2018 PBC and look forward to seeing him compete next week!