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Senior F DaQuan Jeffries

Jeffries is a stathead's dream. Highest 3PT% on the team (39.3%) and more dunks (18) than the rest of the team combined (13). 3rd in rebounds per 40, 3rd in steals per 40, 1st in blocks per 40. An efficiency monster when he's on the floor. And that's the problem. Through a combination of injuries, fouls, and autobenches, he played just 44% of available minutes despite leading the team in Basketball Reference's BPM by double the second best player on the team. In retrospect, his first game in a Tulsa jersey foretold his entire year. 12 points on 7 shots, 2 steals, 1 block, 1 rebound, 1 assist, 5 fouls... in 19 minutes of a loss to Lamar.

Unfortunately, due to an ill-spent year at ORU and a waste of a year at juco to get to Tulsa, this is the last season we get to enjoy DaQuan Jeffries. If he stays healthy, he's an all-conference player. If he stays out of foul trouble, he's player of the year. And if he's better than last year, he's an all-timer in Tulsa history. If, If, If.

2018 stats: 22.0mpg, 9.7ppg, 4.9rpg, 0.8apg, 0.6spg, 1.4topg, 1.4bpg, 62.9% 2PT, 39.3% 3PT, 79.2% FT
2019 proj.: 28.7mpg, 12.2ppg, 6.7rpg, 1.2apg, 0.7spg, 1.4topg, 1.2bpg, 61.7% 2PT, 41.5% 3PT, 82.1% FT
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(10-07-2018 12:09 AM)DeMarioHooper Wrote:  Senior F DaQuan Jeffries

Jeffries is a stathead's dream. Highest 3PT% on the team (39.3%) and more dunks (18) than the rest of the team combined (13). 3rd in rebounds per 40, 3rd in steals per 40, 1st in blocks per 40. An efficiency monster when he's on the floor. And that's the problem. Through a combination of injuries, fouls, and autobenches, he played just 44% of available minutes despite leading the team in Basketball Reference's BPM by double the second best player on the team. In retrospect, his first game in a Tulsa jersey foretold his entire year. 12 points on 7 shots, 2 steals, 1 block, 1 rebound, 1 assist, 5 fouls... in 19 minutes of a loss to Lamar.

Unfortunately, due to an ill-spent year at ORU and a waste of a year at juco to get to Tulsa, this is the last season we get to enjoy DaQuan Jeffries. If he stays healthy, he's an all-conference player. If he stays out of foul trouble, he's player of the year. And if he's better than last year, he's an all-timer in Tulsa history. If, If, If.

2018 stats: 22.0mpg, 9.7ppg, 4.9rpg, 0.8apg, 0.6spg, 1.4topg, 1.4bpg, 62.9% 2PT, 39.3% 3PT, 79.2% FT
2019 proj.: 28.7mpg, 12.2ppg, 6.7rpg, 1.2apg, 0.7spg, 1.4topg, 1.2bpg, 61.7% 2PT, 41.5% 3PT, 82.1% FT

Say that is on the money.

Reminds me of Kevin Johnson on those elite Tulsa teams. Match up nightmare, play maker, athletic, probably has better handles. Less disciplined in his game though. I think some of the play last year boiled down to him back playing at a top level. Hopefully he stays healthy and we really see what he can do.
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