Nevada senior Jordan Caroline (24) gets a rebound over Florida’s Keyontae Johnson in the course of the group’s NCAA Event recreation on Thursday. (Photograph: Jeffrey Becker/USA TODAY)
DES MOINES, Iowa — The Wolf Pack could have an entire new look next season.
Nevada’s loss to Florida within the first spherical of the NCAA Event on Thursday was the final recreation in blue for the seven seniors on the lively roster. Collectively, that group performed 14 seasons at Nevada and appeared in 382 games for the Pack.
The 2019-20 edition of Nevada basketball will probably be lacking some acquainted faces — two Martins, Jordan Caroline — along with some newcomers to this system who made a big influence. All the regular beginning 5 will have to be replaced.
With the low season simply starting for this system, here’s a take a look at how Nevada’s seven seniors wrapped up their school enjoying days (ordered by video games played for Nevada):
Jordan Caroline (one hundred and five video games): Along with the Martin brothers, he was the face of the program for the last two seasons. He ended his school profession with 2,045 points and 1,164 rebounds, totals that embrace one season at Southern Illinois. Caroline leaves as Nevada’s fifth-leading career scorer (1,742 points) and in addition fifth-leading rebounder (958).
Caleb Martin (70 games): He scored 19 points in his ultimate recreation to finish the 2018-19 season with double-figures scoring in 31 of 34 games. His 1,334 factors scored at Nevada ranks 16th in class history (he handed former Galena star Luke Babbitt’s 1,316 with two first-half free throws).
Cody Martin (70 games): Martin finished his collegiate career with certainly one of his greatest scoring games, tying a season-high with 23 factors. He was certainly one of Nevada’s seven 1,000-point scorers on the roster this season, winding up his profession with 1,178 points (914 at Nevada).
David Cunningham (38 video games): He parlayed a stroll-on alternative into 4 seasons with the workforce. He was additionally the one lively player on the 2018-19 roster to play for Eric Musselman in all 4 seasons of the coach’s tenure at Nevada.
Trey Porter (34 games): Porter came up just in need of joining Nevada’s 1,000-level membership, ending with 976 profession factors for George Mason, Previous Dominion, and Nevada. He began all 34 games in what will probably be his lone season with the Wolf Pack.
Tre’Shawn Thurman (34 games): Like Porter, he was a senior switch who played in all 34 Pack video games this season (starting 29). Thurman, a gentle scorer in three seasons at Omaha, ended his school profession with 1,444 factors and 821 rebounds.
Corey Henson (31 video games): He made 5 begins for the Wolf Pack and scored in 15 games, together with a season-high 15 factors towards San Jose State. Together with his three seasons at Wagner, Henson wrapped up his school career with 1,233 factors.
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