2013-14 • SOPHOMORE
Stats & Trends
Played in 15 games for the Lobos without a start • while he played well defensibely, he struggled shooting the ball, going just 5-for-28 from the field, and 1-of-18 from three • did record four blocked shots
Single Game Highlights
Scored four points in the opener against Alabama A&M • hit his first collegiate three-pointer against Charleston Southern • went just 0-for-3 against San Diego but played superb defense on the perimeter • recorded his first career dunk in UNM’s win at New Mexico State • hit a shot to beat the halftime buzzer at Kansas, scoring two points and dishing out one assist • played a season-high 18 minutes against New Mexico State, grabbing two rebounds • hit a free throw for his only points against Grand Canyon • saw his first action in six games, nabbing a steal and blocking a shot in four minutes of action • played four minutes against San Jose State, scoring a basket on a nasty driving dunk in the final minute
2013 AUSTRALIAN TOUR
Averaged 4.7 points and 2.7 rebounds per game with one start over the three-game tour • played 16 minutes against the Sydney Kings with two points, a rebound and an assist • earned a start against Kilsyth, scoring two points with a rebound, a steal and two blocked shots • had his best game in the finale, playing 22 minutes, scoring 10 points with six rebounds and three assists.
Played one season at Northwest Florida State College, starting 26 game, and playing 33 for the Raiders • was ranked No. 60 by JUCORankings.com upon his signing • helped NWFSC go 30-4 on the season, advancing to the national championship game in Hutchinson, Kansas • is one of five players off that team now playing in Division I • averaged 6.4 points and 3.2, shooting .462 from the field (67-145) and .400 from the three-point line (30-75) • was named Second Team All-Panhandle • also added 45 steals on the season with 30 assists, and he averaged 13.2 minutes per game • his scoring average per 40 minutes would equate to 19.4 points per game • at the NJCAA National Tournament, playing five games in six days, he averaged 8.8 points per game and 5.0 rebounds per game, shooting 18-of-32 from the field (.562) hitting five triples over the course of the tournament • Sat out the 2011-12 season after graduating from National Christian Academy.
Lettered for National Christian Academy, where his team went 25-5 during his senior year, ranking 12th in the state of Maryland • also attended St. Thomas More where he practiced with the squad but did not play.
His parents are Arthur and Crystal Edwards • has two sisters and a brother • is majoring in liberal arts • birthday is September 29, 1992.