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Zavier Turner #1 | Point Guard

Height: 5'9"
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Zavier Turner Point Guard Height 5'9 Weight 170 Description of Game: Quick, Great Court Vision, Good on the ball defender; Good in Pick and Roll, Shooter, Scorer, Keep defenses honest with Range. Great Penetrator, High IQ, like to play fast paced. Euro Tour(Romania) Led the team in points and assist, averaged 20 pts and 3.5 assist per game. Game high 35 pts. Attended Manhattan College 2016-2018 Senior Year, One of the top point guards in the league, averaged 10.6 points and led the team with 4.3 assist per game, shot 42.3% from the floor an 42% from long range. Ranked 5th in the MAAC from the line with a 81.6 percent conversion rate, recorded at least 5 assist on 13 occasions while scoring in double figures 15 times. Hit for at least 20 points on three occasions. Scored 31 points in a single half against Quinnipiac(2/25) on Senior Night which is record for most points scored in a half at Manhattan. Scored 25 points and five assists in win over Monmouth(2/10) and scored 23 of those points in the second half. Scored 16 points, 9 assists, and five rebounds against Rider(1/7). Had 20 points and 10 assists in notching his first career double-double against St Peter's. Handed out a career high of 11 assist against Iona. Finished career with 1,404 points, 435 assists, 245 rebounds, 103 steals. Junior Year, Made an immediate impact in his first year with the program. Led the team and ranked 12th in the MAAC with 14.9 points per game, also led the team with 3.5 assists per game. Topped the 1,000 point scoring against Monmouth(2/10). Converted a school record 38 free throws in a row. Second in the MAAC in free throw percentage at 88.5% (24th NCAA) and free throw makes (154 of 174)(67th NCAA). Had team high 24 double figure performances. Also registered a team-leading ten (20) point games, including two with at least 30. Scored Career high 32 points in win over Detroit(11/26). Hit a game high 27 points against St Francis Brooklyn(12/20), went 7 of 9 from deep with his seven triples ties for the second-most in a game in school history. Had 28 points at Temple(11/20). Scored 20 points in four straight games midway through the year. Hit for 23 with six assists at Quinnipiac (1/17) before notching 21 with six assists in win over Niagara(1/10). Added 23 points in victory against Rider(1/13) and 20 vs Iona(1/17). Finished with 20 points at Siena(2/16). Scored 18 points with five assists against No.23 Florida State(12/17). Hit for 16 points against Winthrop(11/16). Honor: Battle of the Bronx MVP 2015-2016 Redshirt Year-transferred from Ball State, Practiced with the team, Sat out the season per NCAA transfer rules. Attended Ball State University 2013-2015 Sophomore year, led team in assist, averaged 8.7 points, 3.3 assists (11th MAC), Notched double figures 11 times and recorded 20 on three occasions, handed out at least 5 assists seven times. Matched his career high with eight assists to go along with 12 points against Bowling Green(2/14). Scored 21 points with five assists and two steals in win over Central Michigan (1/10). Followed that up with 21 points at Western Michigan while going 8 of 13 from the field and 5 of 10 from deep. Scored 20 points with six rebounds, four assists and two steals at Eastern Illinois(12/3). Handed out six assists with 15 points in victory over Indiana State(12/6) Freshmen year, Led all MAC Freshmen with 12.1 points, 3.7 assists per game. Notched double figures 20 times, including at least 20 points on three occasions. Handed out at least five assists 11 times while converting at least three triples 12 times. His 362 points ranks fourth on the all-time Cardinals Freshmen scoring list while his 61 three pointers set a Ball State freshmen record. Scored a career high 24 points against Miami. Notched 20 points at Central Michigan and Western Michigan. Handed out career best 8 assists against Eastern Michigan. Became the first Ball State player with at least 17 points and four assists in his first three games since 1973-1974 and the first freshmen in school history. Honors: MAC Freshmen of the Year, 1st Team All Mac Freshmen High School Played his prep ball at Pike High school, averaged 17.4 points an 6.4 assists per game as a senior. Helped lead the Red Devils to three Sectional Titles. Notched 15.0 points and 6.2 assists as a junior in guiding Pike to its first Regional Title in nine years and a trip to the Class 4A State Championship game. Two time All-Marion County selection, Indiana Junior All Star pick. Honor: City vs County All Star Game 3point champion and All Star Game MVP 30 points, 10 assists. Parents: Scott and Jada Turner, has three siblings, graduated from Manhattan College.

Highest Level Played: NCAA D1 Tournament
Highest Level Team Name: Manhattan Jaspers
Last Year Played at Highest Level: 2017
Alma Mater: Manhattan College
Winning Share: $163000.00Zelle