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Was curious as to high-school game-highs for incoming SEC freshmen. Have any you would like to share?
After some research, Mississippi State's incoming Elgin Bailey is much more impressive than I expected. Here is a line from a single game during Bailey's senior year...
33 points, 26 rebounds, 14 blocks.
Bailey also grabbed 26 rebounds and 14 blocks again versus another opponent in the same year.
Augustus' season highs during his senior year were 36 points, 17 rebounds, and 7 blocks.
Ravern Johnson averaged 91% from the free throw line, along with a game-high of 38 points and averaging 22.7 points per game.
Riley Benock shot 44% from three-point during his senior year while averaging 17.9 points per game.
Walk-on Brandon Bolen averaged 18.2 points per game, along with game-highs of 32, 30 (twice) points. Scored 22 points and 10 rebounds in his team's state title game victory. Bolen was also the valedictorian of his high-school class.
Walk-on John Harris had a single-game line of 30 points, 12 rebounds, and 5 blocks, while averaging 17 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 blocks per contest in his senior year. Harris finished second in the MPSAA All-Star Game 3-point contest.
Looks like an interesting class for the Bulldogs. I encourage you all to contribute statistics from your own freshmen, so we can compare!
07-28-2007, 02:53 PM
Ravern Johnson's coach said that he cold have averaged 35 points a game if he(coach)hadn't gotten him to play for the team(Including helping out at the point), and to work on other aspects of his game. Ravern can really put up the points if needed. Also proved himself big time in AAU, where he showed shooting/scoring potential.
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