Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
1 Adrian Spears SF/F Sr. 6' 3"
4 Samran Khan G Sr. 5' 9"
0 Caleb Whitaker G/SF So. 6' 1"
25 Shomari Southerland PF Sr. 5' 11"
2 Mueiz Sulieman G Jr. 5' 11"
22 Jordan Hunt F/G Jr. 6' 1"
3 Jaylen Wickliffe SF/PF Sr. 6' 0"
10 Tameem Noory F Jr. 6' 0"
11 Yonathan Teka G Jr. 5' 11"
12 Jonathan Mulatu G Jr.
20 Adrian Magpayo G/SG Jr. 5' 8"
23 Devon Lynch SF/PF Jr. 6' 0"
24 Jalen Neal G Jr. 5' 11"
32 Kaleb Samuels F Jr. 6' 1"
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