6’3 combo guard Taevaunn Prince of Brampton, Ontario (Southern State Athletics) is the definition of a HIDDEN GEM.
Prince is a two way player, as he can defend and play both perimeter positions; he is a playmaking guard that has the ability to spoon-feed teammates or finish for himself. Prince can produce with or without the ball due to his hunger, high motor and “get it done” mentality. Combo guard that can play both positions at a high level. Overall, Prince will play professional basketball and have a long career due to possessing the necessary desire to compete and excel.
By the Numbers
Lead NCAA DII in scoring and all NCAA DI Canadians–Prince’s numbers are outrageous—Averaged 26.4 PPG, 10.3 RPG, 2.7 APG, shooting over 56% from field, leading his team to an 18-12 record.
Against Washburn, 32 points without missing a shot–10/ 10 FG, 2/2 3P, 10/10 FT. Against Southwest Baptist, 27 pts, 18rbs, 5ast, 4stls. 1st Team All-American, All conference. Runner up for player of the year.
Prince averaged more points this season than players like Kyle Wiltjer, Jamal Murray and Dillon Brooks.
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