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#32 - Milos Kleut
2009-10 Men's Basketball
Belgrade, Serbia (North Cobb Christian)
Milos Kleut

2009-10 Season (Freshman): Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team … Saw action in 28 games … Scored 35 points during the year, averaging 1.3 points per game … Finished the year with a 52.6 field goal percentage … Averaged 6.0 minutes per contest … Scored a season-high five points vs. SIU-Edwardsville … Pulled down a season-high four rebounds vs. Belmont on Jan. 11 … Played more than 10 minutes in five games during the season, including a season-high 14 vs. USC-Upstate … Atlantic Sun Games ... Played in all 20 conference games, averaging 6.5 minutes per contest … Scored 23 points in conference action, averaging 1.2 points and 1.1 rebounds per game.

High School: Played his junior and senior year at North Cobb Christian in Marietta, Ga. … named the top signee in the Atlantic Sun Conference and a two-star recruit by … Selected to the 1st Team All-State by the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association … Selected as an honorable mention of the Georgia Sportswriters Association All-State basketball team … Named to the Honorable Mention Class of 2009 list by “Nothing But Net” basketball magazine … Had 18 points and 17 rebounds in first round win of 2009 Class A State playoffs and had 18 points and 11 rebounds in second round loss … Also recruited by Eastern Kentucky, Wofford, Tennessee Tech, and Florida Atlantic.

Personal:  Son of Milan and Dušanka Kleut … has an older brother, Dejan … born June 14, 1989 … came to United States before junior year of high school … played for Torlak in Serbia ... host parents in Marietta, Ga., are Steve and Sallie Shaw, parents of fellow Bison Matt Shaw … has not declared a major.

2009-10 Men's Basketball
0 Josh SlaterGuard
1 Brandon BarnesGuard
3 Johnny LeeGuard
5 Jacob ArnettGuard
10 Jordan BurgasonGuard
15 Justin GlennCenter
20 Zach BrownGuard
22 Jerry MaconGuard
23 Brian WrightForward
24 Brett StaalGuard
31 Michael TellerForward
32 Milos KleutCenter
34 Adnan HodzicForward
35 Brandon BrownForward