2013-14 • FRESHMAN
Stats & Trends
Was the primary back-up post player who saw action in 28 games with two starts after not playing at all in 2012-13 because of a knee injury • shot .538 from the field and averaged 1.3 rebounds per game.
Single Game Highlights
Opened his career with three rebounds against Alabama A&M • had two rebounds in nine minutes against Charleston Southern • had a key blocked shot and a rebound with 18 second remaining in UNM’s 97-94 double-overtime win over UAB, added four boards in just five minutes • grabbed two boards in four minutes of work against San Diego • saw eight minutes of action with three rebounds against New Mexico State • played seven minutes against Kansas, grabbing three rebounds • had a career-high four points, including his first career field goal (on a dunk) against Grand Canyon • tied his career-high with four points on a career-best two made field goals against SJSU • played a career-high 13 minutes against Fresno State, scoring two points with three rebounds, an assist and a steal • had a thunderous dunk for two points in seven minutes of action against Boise State • made his first career start in place of Alex Kirk, scoring four points which tied his career-high • set career-highs for minutes (23), points (7), field goals (3) and rebounds (4) against Utah State • recorded a block and a dunk against San Jose State • played three minutes against Wyoming • went a perfect 3-for-3 with two dunks against Nevada for six points • saw seven minutes of action at UNLV with no points and three fouls • scored on his only shot in four minutes against Fresno State
2013 AUSTRALIAN TOUR
Was not on the tour as he was not enrolled in the summer.
Was originally signed in for the 2012-13 season, signing on Nov. 9, 2011, but he tore his ACL and did not enroll in the fall of 2012, thereby not starting his eligibility clock • Lettered for La Lumiere High School in La Porte, Indiana for two seasons • as a senior he averaged close to a double-double with 13 points and 8.9 rebounds per game as La Lumiere went 27-3 • also averaged 3.5 blocks per game • as a junior, he averaged 11 points, 8.9 rebounds and 8.9 rebounds with 3.4 blocks • helped La Lumiere to a 26-8 record • won the “Excellence in Performance Award”, which is given to the hardest worker on the La Lumiere squad • spent his sophomore season at Mountain State Academy in West Virginia, averaging eight points and seven rebounds as his squad went 30-3 • averaged 10 points and nine rebounds as a freshman at Central Part Christian School in Alabama • also played AAU ball for Indiana Elite • was born in Western Bahr el Ghazal, South Sudan, Juba.
His parents are Samuel Aget and Nydong Otoer • has 11 brothers and sisters • is undecided on a major • his birthday is November 1, 1992.