Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
1 Trey Green G Jr. 5' 11"
0 Will Irving G Sr. 5' 10"
2 Myles Moore G Jr. 6' 0"
3 Brandon Hughes G Jr. 5' 10"
5 Nathan Hester G Fr. 5' 11"
11 Davondre Manuel F/G Sr. 6' 2"
12 Jeremy Cunningham C Sr. 6' 5"
15 Drew Knoedler F So. 6' 0"
21 Marquis Washington G/F So. 6' 0"
23 Darien Baxter G Sr. 5' 10"
24 Austin McMinn F Sr. 6' 1"
25 Noah Coffman F So. 6' 3"
35 Omar Hussein F/G So. 6' 2"
42 Noah Munis C Jr. 6' 3"
44 Elijah Layton F/F Jr. 6' 2"
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