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A look at Thursday's workouts

Published May 7, 2014 4:52 pm
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Joe JacksonMemphis6-1, 174-pound guard• Earned 2014 All-American Athletic Conference Second Team honors • Named the 2013 Conference USA Player of the Year as well as 2013 C-USA All-Conference First Team selection • Selected as C-USA Tournament MVP consecutive seasons (2011, 2012) and named to the C-USA All-Tournament Team both his freshman and sophomore season • Appeared in 139 games during his four-year career at Memphis, including 116 starts • Recorded 10-plus points in 93 games and had 74 contests with four-or-more assists+++Travis BaderOakland6-5, 191-pound guard• Broke the all-time NCAA record with 504 three-pointers made and 1,246 threes attempted • Tied Oakland's all-time record with 137 games played • Set a single-season school record in three-pointers made and free throw percentage in his senior season at Oakland • Ranked second in the country+++Justin CobbsCal6-4, 190-pound guard• Named to the 2014 All-Pac-12 First Team • Selected to the 2014 Maui Invitational All-Tournament Team • Ranked 10th in the Pac-12 in field goals made, eighth in field goal percentage, ninth in points per game and fourth in assists per game during the 2013-14 season +++Josh HuestisStanford6-7, 230-pound forward• Named to the Pac-12 All-Defensive Team consecutive seasons (2013, 2014) • Started all 36 games his senior season and led the team in rebounding • Recorded a school-record 190 blocks during his four year career at Stanford • Totaled 71 blocks during the 2012-13 season, the fourth-best single-season mark in school history • Registered 111 offensive boards his junior season, the most by a Stanford player since Adam Keefe recorded 134 during the 1991-92 campaign +++Cameron ClarkOklahoma6-7, 211-pound forward• Named to the 2014 All-Big 12 Third Team • Finished his career ranked 19th in all-time scoring at Oklahoma, seventh in games played and seventh in three-point percentage • Did not miss a game during his collegiate career • Made a career-high 37 three-pointers during his senior year after only attempting one as a junior +++Fuquan EdwinSeton Hall6-6, 215-pound swingman• Named the 2014 Big East Defensive Player of the Year • Earned 2014 All-Big East Second Team honors • Finished his senior season ranked sixth in the Big East in field goal percentage • Ranks ninth in the Big East for career defensive rebounds (457) • Finished his collegiate career ranked fourth in the Big East and 18th in the NCAA for steals • Led the nation in steals per game (3.0) during his sophomore season, becoming the first Big East player to lead the NCAA in steals— Aaron Falk




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