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Tuesday, 16 April 2019 18:44

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Tuesday, 16 April 2019 18:38

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Tuesday, 16 April 2019 17:36

Reggie Chaney

2018-19 (Fr.):
Played all 34 games and earned starts versus Texas State and at Ole Miss … Was third on the team in rebounding (top off the bench) and ranked second on the team with 115 deflections … Had a team season-high 10 deflections twice (at Providence and versus UTSA) … Ranked 13th in the SEC with 46 total blocked shots … Blocked a shot in 15 straight games (Games 2-16) … Had a career-high seven blocked shots at Providence and five blocked shots in win over Georgia … Blocked three shots in a game on four other occasions and had at least one blocked shot in 25 of 34 games … Battled foul trouble versus Texas in his collegiate debut, but still pulled down five rebounds and had a steal in just 11 minutes … Was productive in his 13 minutes versus Indiana, getting four points, three rebounds and three blocked shots … Got first career “second-half start” in the Montana State game … Led the team with a season-best eight rebounds versus UT Arlington .. Matched that total at Colorado State … With Daniel Gafford on the bench at Colorado State in foul trouble in the first half, Chaney stepped up and played a key role in the Razorbacks maintaining the lead … Had nine points and five rebounds in the half and finished with a season-best 11 points while tying his season-best with eight rebounds … Was impressive versus UTSA … Set or tied career highs in minutes (28), points (11 – tied), assists (4), steals (4) and blocked shots (3 – tied) … Added five rebounds and 10 deflections … “Started” the second half versus the Roadrunners and he responded by going 5-of-5 from the field with two steals, three blocked shots and two assists … Backed that up versus Georgia Tech by playing 27 minutes and earning his third “second-half start” of the season … Earned first career start versus Texas State … Had some struggles as he only played 12 minutes and committed five turnovers … However, he scored seven points (3-of-4 FG and 1-1 FT) and pulled down six rebounds while adding two blocked shots … Returned to the bench — and his high-level of play — by playing 25 minutes versus Austin Peay … Scored a career-high 12 points, making career-best 6-of-9 shots from the field … Played perhaps his best game in the overtime loss to LSU … Tied then career-highs with 12 points and four steals, adding five rebounds and two blocked shots … Followed that by scoring 11 at #3 Tennessee (5-of-7 FG) with six rebounds (five offensive) in 20 minutes … Spurred a run in the first half (two layups and a steal) to get the team going in win over Missouri … Finished with six points, six rebounds, two steals and tied a career high with four assists … Blocked a then career-high five shots in the win over Georgia as the team had 14 (most ever by the hogs in SEC game) … Tied for the team lead in rebounds (6) and had two assists … Scored eight at Kentucky, including an ally-oop, fast-break dunk he started with a steal … Played a key role in Arkansas’ one-point halftime lead as Daniel Gafford battled foul trouble … In the Ole Miss win, only had one basket — a dunk — but had two assists, two rebounds, a steal and four deflections … Scored a career-high 14 at Providence, where he got his fourth career “second-half start” … Made a career-best 7-of-9 from the field with a career-high seven blocked shots and 28 minutes … Tied career-high with 10 deflections, adding five rebounds and two assists.

Prior to Arkansas:
Rated No. 3 overall prospect from the state of Texas and as the No. 29 power forward in the country by 247Sports Named to the USA TODAY All-Nevada second team … As a senior, contributed 13.8 points, 7.3 rebounds and 1.3 steals and led his squad to a 32-5 mark … During his junior year at Frisco Liberty (Texas) HS, put up 11.2 points, 7.3 rebounds and 1.6 blocks, helping team to a 33-4 record … Spent his offseason on the summer ball circuit as a member of RM5 Elite in the Nike EYBL league … Averaged 11.4 points and 7.3 rebounds while shooting 63 percent from the floor in the summer of 2017.

Personal:
Born Sept. 6, 1999, in Tulsa … Son of Reggie Lee and Chandra Chaney … Has two sisters – Aubrey Lee and Damia Chaney – and one brother – Carter Lee … Majoring in communications.

Tuesday, 16 April 2019 17:35

Ethan Henderson

2018-19 (Fr.):
Played in 12 games and scored 11 points … Had a breakout game at Providence in the first round of the NIT … In the first 32 games of the season, Henderson played 28 minutes, was 2-of-3 from the field, scored five points and had six rebounds … At Providence (Game 33) alone, played 18 minutes, was 3-of-6 from the field, scored six points and had five rebounds … Had two rebounds and a blocked shot in eight minutes versus Montana State … Grabbed two rebounds and dished out first career assist in UTA win … Scored first carer points versus FIU, making a basket and a free throw while getting his first steal … Saw his first action in eight games at #3 Tennessee and responded well .. Scored on an offensive put-back and had two steals in four minutes of action … Only played the final minute at Auburn, but had a blocked shot … At Providence, set career highs in minutes (18), field goals made and attempted (3-of-6), points (6) and rebounds (5) … Added two dunks … Entered game the earliest of his career (15:44 in the first half) and scored at 14:16 to start an 8-0 to put Arkansas up 11.

Prior to Arkansas:
Rated the top player in Arkansas by 247Sports.com, ESPN.com and Future150.com, which also tabbed him the 30th-best power forward in the nation … A four-star recruit by Future150.com and 83rd-best player in the nation … Named to the USA TODAY All-Arkansas first team and second team All-State by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette … Averaged 13.6 points, 5.9 rebounds and 2.0 blocks per game … On the summer circuit at the Adidas Summer Championships in Las Vegas, Henderson averaged 14 points, 6.5 rebounds and shot 67.4 percent from the floor for the Arkansas Hawks … Helped Parkview win the 2018 and 2016 5A state championships (the latter alongside current Razorback Khalil Garland).

Personal:
Born Feb. 14, 2000, in Little Rock… Son of Eric and Eileen Henderson … Has one brother, Eric Henderson Jr. … Majoring in recreation and sports management.

Tuesday, 16 April 2019 17:32

Gabe Osabuohien

Name is pronounced Oh-sah-BOY-en

2018-19 (So.):
Played in all 34 games, starting eight … After getting 1st career “second-half” start at Auburn, started each of the last eight games … Had 42 deflections and drew five charges in his eight starts while compiling 32 rebounds, 16 assists and 12 steals … In his first start, versus Texas A&M, was 4-of-4 from the field (8 points), adding two assists and two steals but only played 16 minutes due to foul trouble … At Kentucky, had five rebounds, four assists, a blocked shot and took a charge … Had four assists and three steals (two in the final 23 seconds to clinch victory) with six deflections in Ole Miss win … Scoreless at Vandy but led team in rebounds (7) and deflections (7) … Tied career-high with 8 boards at Providence … Led the team with five rebounds at Indiana … Had six deflections in each of the NIT games … Top deflections games included seven at Vanderbilt and six each versus Texas A&M, versus Ole Miss, at Providence and at Indiana … Took three charges in a game twice — once in the win at #19 LSU and once versus UT Arlington … Was second on the team with 24 charges taken and finished with 105 deflections, averaging just 15.1 minutes per game … First sub off the bench (solo or tied) in 17 of the first 26 games prior to becoming a starter … Hit his first career 3-pointer versus Indiana (missing the first six of his career) as the first half drew to a close to give the Razorbacks a 38-35 lead … Perhaps best all-around game came versus Texas State … In addition to drawing two charges and getting three deflections, hit his second career 3-pointer as the Hogs went on a 17-0 run … Tied then career high with five rebounds while handing out a then career-high four assists … Set or tied then career highs in points (6), rebounds (7) and steals (2) at Texas A&M … Grabbed a career-best eight boards versus Florida … Was 5-of-7 at the free throw line at #3 Tennessee, both career highs … Scored a career-high 13 points at Ole Miss while taking two charges … Hit his third career 3-pointer at #13 Texas Tech as part of 8-0 run in the first half … Despite foul trouble, had a well-rounded game in Georgia win … Drained a 3-pointer, took a charge and had three rebounds, three assists (most in SEC game) and career-high two blocked shots … Took three charges and drained a 3-pointer in the win at #19 LSU … Battled foul trouble in home win over Vanderbilt, but had a key steal late in the game that Coach Anderson said “was one of the biggest plays of the game” … Started the second half at Auburn , which would earn him his starting role over to end the season, and had a career-high three steals … In Ole Miss win, tied career high with three steals, including two in the final minute to lift Arkansas to the win … First led to jump ball and eventually Harris’ game-winning layup with 5.9 seconds left … Second steal came two seconds later to seal the win … Added four assists and six deflections … Did not score at Vandy but once impacted the game … First time in his career, led the team in rebounds (7) and had a team-best seven deflections, with three assists and two steals … At Providence, had a steal on the opening possession and finished with six deflections as part of a solid defensive effort … Finished with 11 points (4-of-6 shooting) and tied a career-high with eight rebounds … Made team’s second 3’pointer of the game as team made its first five of the night … Had team highs with five rebounds and six deflections at Indiana.

2017-18 (Fr.):
Played in 20 games, averaging 1.1 points and 1.4 rebounds … Tied for the team lead in charges taken with eight out of Arkansas’ 47 total … Played a season-high 17 minutes versus South Carolina (Feb. 6) and followed that by playing 16 versus Vanderbilt (Feb. 10) … Posted a season-high six points, with three rebounds, versus Texas A&M (Feb. 17) … Grabbed at least three rebounds five times, including a season-high four versus South Carolina (Feb. 6).

Prior to Arkansas:
Ranked as the No. 5 player in the state of Arkansas and the No. 63 small forward in the country by 247Sports.com … Played his prep career at Little Rock’s Southwest Christian Academy … Averaged 11 points, seven rebounds and four assists as a senior for a team that went 31-2 and advanced to the NACA National Championships … Averaged 12 points and eight rebounds as a junior and played AAU with Grassroots Canada, before joining Team Loaded North Carolina on the Adidas Circuit the last two seasons.

Persona:l
Born on Oct. 27, 1998, in Toronto … Son of Kingsley and Roseline Osabuohien … Has two siblings, Precious and Jessica … Majoring in communications.

Tuesday, 16 April 2019 17:31

Jonathan Holmes

2018-19 (Jr.):
• Put on scholarship on Feb. 7, 2019 with the Twitter video … Was the only player on the roster that had made a 3-pointer in an Arkansas uniform to start the season, hitting two last season … Played in five games … In each of the last two regular-season games (at Vanderbilt and versus Alabama), hit a 3-pointer for Arkansas’ final points … Banked a 3-pointer at Vandy with 2 seconds left … Swished a 3-pointer with 41 seconds left versus Alabama.

2017-18 (So.):
Saw action in 11 games and scored 15 points with three rebounds … Hit his first collegiate 3-pointer versus Bucknell and added a trey versus Troy.

2016-17 (Fr.):
SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll … Played in six games as a walk-on … Recorded his first action against Austin Peay (Dec. 3), pulling down his lone rebound of the year … Scored first career points in a win over Georgia (March 4).

Prior to Arkansas:
Two-time, first-team selection for the Republic-Times All-Local Team … Averaged 14.6 points in leading the Eagles to a 22-7 finish … Team also won conference and region titles as a senior … Scored 29 and 25 points in back-to-back games to be the Republic-Times Athlete of the Week … Averaged 13.4 points per game as a junior.

Personal:
Born on March 24, 1998, in Columbia, Ill. … Son of David and Tracey Holmes … Has two brothers, Jordan and Jackson … Jordan plays football at Illinois … Majoring in business.

Tuesday, 16 April 2019 17:30

Mason Jones

2018-19 (So.):
Played in all 34 games and started 26 … For the season, was second on the team in rebounding (3.9), assists (96) and steals (31) while ranking third in scoring (13.6; eight points shy of second on the team) … Ranked sixth in SEC in 3-pointers made (76 total, ninth in free throw percentage (.804)and 10th in free throws made (115) … Came off the bench in the last eight games of the year to provide more balance … In those eight games, shot 46.5 percent (20-of-43) from 3-point range while handing out 20 assists … Reached double figures in scoring 20 times … Led the team in scoring 10 times (team was 7-3): UC Davis – 21 | Montana State – 18 | Colorado State – 16 | Georgia Tech – 17 | Texas State – 21 |Florida – 30 | Georgia – 23 | Mississippi State – 30 | Ole Miss – 22 | at Providence – 18 … Led the team in assists nine times: Indiana – 7 | Georgia Tech – 5 | Texas State – 4 | Florida – 3 | Tennessee – 6 | Georgia – 4 | at South Carolina – 4 | Texas A&M -4 | at Vanderbilt – 5 … Led the team in scoring and assists in the same game four times … Clutch in the final seconds three times … First, versus Indiana, made free throw with two seconds left for 73-72 win … Second, at LSU, hit jumper in lane with 22 seconds left to give team 90-89 lead (which was final score) … Third, versus Vanderbilt and team up one, made two free throws with seven seconds left for 69-66 lead (which was final score) … Led the team in scoring (21) and rebounds (8) in the UC Davis win … 15 of those points came in the first half (5-of-6 FG — 4-5 3FG) … Seven of his eight boards came in the 2nd half … Hit (and then missed on purpose) the game-winning free throw versus Indiana with 2.5 seconds left … Finished with 11 points, five rebounds and seven assists … Was first Razorback since Jan. 2012 to play at least 35 minutes, have at least seven assists and commit zero turnovers … Scored a team-best 18 points in the Montana State win, making 6-of-8 from the field (5-of-7 from 3-pt range) … 16 of those points came in the first half … Posted first career double-double versus FIU — 19 points and 10 rebounds … Was 7-of-9 from free throw line … Led the team in scoring (16) at Colorado State … Got Arkansas off to great start, hitting three, 3-pointers for a 12-2 lead and finished with 16, first-half points … Led the team in scoring (17) and assists (5) versus Georgia Tech … Added six rebounds, second-best on the team … Tied his season-high with five 3-pointers made … Led the team in scoring (21) and assists (4) versus Texas State … Also had a career-high three steals … At Texas A&M, missed his first seven 3-pointers (and was 1-of-his-last-17 over two games) but had the confidence to still shoot late in the game … In fact, made three straight from long range in the second half to give Arkansas a lead it would not relinquish … Scored a career-high 30 points versus Florida (team scored 51), making four 3-pointers and sinking 12-of-13 at the line … Also tied for the team lead with three assists … With Arkansas down 15 with six to play, Jones scored 11 in a 15-2 to get the Razorbacks to within two (53-51) … Continued strong play vs. LSU, scoring 22 points and adding six rebounds … Was 8-of-9 at the free throw line … Pumped in 18 at #3 Tennessee while tying for the team lead in rebounds (7) and leading the team with six assists … At Ole Miss, suffered through a 1-of-10 performance from the field (0-for-6 from 3-pt range), but had a blocked shot, two steals and a team-best seven deflections … Led the team in scoring (23), rebounds (6) and assists (4) in the win over Georgia … Had 15 of team’s 1st-half 31 points, including a 3-pointer to tie game with 23 second left in half … Only scored 10 points at LSU but the final two led team to a win over he #19 Tigers … Down one, Jones hit a jumper in the lane with 22 seconds left for a 90-89 lead, which was the final … Sealed Vanderbilt win by making two free throws with seven seconds left to give Arkansas a 69-66 lead (which was final score) … Scored 15 points and had team-high four assists at South Carolina … Was 3-of-6 from 3-point range, the first of which gave Arkansas a triple its 1,000th-straight game … Tied career-high with 30 points versus Mississippi State … Tied career-high with five 3-pointers made … In the Ole Miss win, had a game-high 22 points, making 7-of-10 FG and 6-of-8 3-pointers … 16 of those 22 points came in the second half (5-of-7 FG — 4-of-5 3-pointers) … Scored 16 at Vandy and set or tied SEC-bests with six rebounds, five assists and three steals … Tied for team high honors with six rebonds versus Florida in SEC Tournament … Led the team with 18 points at Providence, making 4-of-6 from 3-point range, adding four rebounds and four assists.

Prior to Arkansas
Played one season at Connors State College … Averaged 15.5 points, 6.9 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game … Drained 72 3-pointers and sank 42.9 percent of his shots beyond the arc … Finished in double figures in scoring 28 times, including nine 20-point games and two 30-point efforts … Helped the 13th-ranked Cowboys (31-4) reach the NJCAA Elite 8 … HIGH SCHOOL: At Triple A Academy, averaged 15.9 points, 5.7 rebounds and 4.1 assists as a senior.

Personal:
Born July 21, 1998, in Dallas … Son of Mark and Arolynn Jones … Siblings: Jordan, Matt and Alex … Brother, Matt. played on Duke’s 2015 national championship team … Sister, Jordan, was a standout at Texas A&M … Majoring in communications.

Tuesday, 16 April 2019 17:28

Ty Stevens

2018-19 (So.):
Added to 2018-19 roster after walk-on tryouts in the fall … Played in two games for a total of two minutes … Lone points came on an old-fashion 3-point play at Vanderbilt.

2017-18 (Fr.):
Attended the University of Arkansas in 2017-18 but was not a member of the team.

High School:
Tabbed first team All-COC Large Boys Basketball Team … American Family Insurance ALL-USA Ozarks high school sports Performer of the Week (Jan. 17, 2017) as he made the Bass Pro Tournament of Champions All-Tournament team by scoring 36 points in three games … Participated in the Great Southern Bank Dunk Contest and was an instrumental leader in the Tigers winning the Dr. Edsel Matthews Team Sportsmanship Award … Was a three-year starter … Named his school’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

Tuesday, 16 April 2019 17:24

Jalen Harris

2018-19 (RSo.):
• Voted team tri-captain for the 2018-19 season.
• 7th on the school’s single-season list with 189 assists
• 15th in NCAA • 2nd in the SEC in assist-to-turnover ratio (2.86) — 189 assists vs 67 turnovers
• 37th in NCAA • 3rd in the SEC in assists per game (5.6)
• 29th in NCAA • 5th in the SEC in total assists (189)
• Had five games with double-digit assists; 18 with at least five
• Had 16 games with 1 or fewer turnovers (seven with zero — nine with just one)
After having just 12 total assists in the first three games of the season, had 11 helpers with just one turnover in game four (Montana State) … Including that performance versus Montana State, had double-digit assists four times in a six-game span … Run started by getting a then career-high 11 assists versus Montana State (with just one turnover) … Added 11 points against the Bobcats for his first career double-double …. Had 10 assists, with just one turnover, versus FIU … Dished out a career-high 12 assists at Colorado State (with just two turnovers) … Also had career-high four steals … Scored 14 versus UTA, making (8) and taking (11) career highs in free throws … Versus Western Kentucky, had seven assists and no turnovers in 37 minutes … Added 13 points, four rebounds and two steals … Tallied second career double-double, getting 11 points and dishing out 10 assists — with zero turnovers — versus UTSA … Made 7-of-8 from the free throw line … Had seven assists and just one turnover versus Austin Peay … Made just his second 3-pointer of the season, but it was huge to give Arkansas a nine-point lead with 1:48 left … Tied a then career high with 15 points at Texas A&M … Also his first time to lead the team in scoring … Added nine assists with zero turnovers in 36 minutes of playing time versus the Aggies … Had his fifth game with no turnovers, playing 32 minutes versus Missouri … Handed out six assists, scored 10 points and had three steals … At #13 Texas Tech, scored 11 points and had three steals … Made a basket at the buzzer between mid-court and top of the key to give Arkansas a 33-30 lead at the break … Had a career-high two blocked shots versus Georgia as Arkansas blocked 14 as a team … Added 13 points … Scored a career-high 17 points at South Carolina, making 7-of-10 at the free throw line … At Missouri, had 10 assists — most versus SEC competition — with just one turnover, adding four rebounds … Hit game-winning lay-up with 5.9 seconds left in a 74-73 win over Ole Miss … Scored 10 points (3-4 FG and 4-5 FT) versus the Rebels and added nine assists with one turnover (called for a charge) … At Providence, had six assists and three steals with a blocked shot … At Indiana, handed out seven assists with one turnover and two steals.

2017-18 (So. at Arkansas)
Redshirted at Arkansas per NCAA transfer regulations.

2016-17 (Fr. at New Mexico)
Played 20.6 minutes per game for the Lobos, appearing in all 31 contests and making 18 starts as a freshman … Averaged 4.5 points and 2.3 assists per game and scored a career-high 15 points against Nevada on Jan. 7, finishing one rebound shy of a double-double … Finished third on New Mexico’s squad with 2.3 assists per game, including a season-best eight dimes against Utah State on Jan. 4 … Recorded a steal in 17 games, finishing second on the team with 25 takeaways, including a career-high three steals in two different contests.

High School
Played his prep career under head coach Brian Clifton at Word of God Christian Academy in Raleigh, N.C. … Rated a top 15 recruit in the state of North Carolina and led his high school team to a top 40 ranking in the state by MaxPreps … Played for John Wall’s summer team.

Personal
Born on Nov. 13, 1996, in Wilson, N.C. … Son of Mark Harris, Jr. and Tamara Harris … Had one sister, Haley … Majoring in communications.

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