Team at a Glance…

With four returning starters, the Wolverines appear primed for a breakout season

 

DICK HUNSAKER
10th year head coach
• 167-97 record at UVU
• 334-170 record overall
• Took Ball State to Sweet 16 in 1990
• Named MWC Coach of the Year in 2001
• Los Angeles Times Coach of the Year in 2001
• Played at UTEP and Weber State

 

WILL SINCLAIR
6-8 fr. Center
Big men from neighboring countries (New Zealand and Australia, respectively) will vie for meaningful minutes off the bench

 

KEVIN WOODS
sen. 6-1 guard
With Williams able to slide over to point guard, onus is on Woods and his quick first step to earn more playing time

 

ISIAH WILLIAMS
sen. 6-1 guard
AP All-American Honorable Mention, 17.5ppg in 2010-11
Best player at Utah Valley may now be best player in Utah

 

GEDDES ROBINSON
6-5 sen. forward
9.4rpg (team high), shot 54 pct. from the field
Rebounding machine, interior banger was the only starter to not make or attempt a 3-pointer last season

 

HOLTON HUNSAKER 6-1 soph. guard
112 free throws mad, 3.2apg, 1.0spg (team highs)
2nd-year floor general has outside shot and intensity, needs to bump up assists and cut back turnovers
ZACH JONES
jun. 6-8 forward
Showed increased confidence in scrimmage, should only improve with talented frontcourt teammates

 

RORY FANNON
sen. 6-9 center
Is a big contender on the boards from Australia.

 

KEAWE ENOS
soph. 6-1 guard
Arizona product looking to prove himself after two seasons off
Don’t forget…

 

KEITH THOMPSON sen. 6-6 forward
Opportunities will increase with other forwards graduated, expected to step up as a reliable scoring option

 

TAYLOR BROWN
soph. 6-5 guard
Sweet shooting stroke could make him the additional threat UVU needs to keep defenses honest

 

ALFONZO HUBBARD junior 6-8 forward
Salt Lake CC transfer showed knack for getting his own shot in intrasquad scrimmage
2011-12 Winter Previe

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