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2016-17 Men's Basketball
0 Rob Marberry Center
2 Josh Williams Guard
3 Michael Buckland Guard
4 Cam Miller Guard
5 Nathan Moran Guard
11 Asa Duvall Guard
12 Matt Rose Forward
20 John Matt Merritt Guard
21 Kenny Cooper Guard
22 Eli Pepper Forward
23 Aaron Korn Guard
24 Garrison Mathews Guard
25 Kenny Bunton Forward
32 Brett Wishon Forward
55 George Brammeier Center
Full Roster
Josh Williams

#2 Josh Williams

POS. Guard
HT. 6-5
WT. 210
HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Jackson, Miss. (Jackson Prep)

2015-16 (Junior): Named a preseason All-American as a member of the Lou Henson Award watch list for the top mid-major player in the nation…Unanimous preseason All-ASUN Conference selection…Became the 45th player in school history and the fastest in the NCAA Division I era to reach the 1,000-point mark with a 21-point effort at South Carolina (11/27/2015)…Limited to just 13 games on the season after injuring his knee against Princeton (12/12/15)…Averaged 12.6 ppg, second on the team…Finished second on the squad in 3-point percentage (.429)…Started all 13 games he played in.

2014-15 (Sophomore): First-team All-ASUN Conference…Led the team and finished second in the A-Sun in scoring averaging 16.9 ppg…Averaged 19.2 points per game in league play…Named A-SUN co-Player of the Week (1/19/15)…Scored 20 or more points 12 times…Scored in double figures in all but one of the 31 contests he played in…Notched a season-high 32 points in 26 minutes against Berry (11/14/14)…Averaged 31.5 minutes per game and started all 31 contests.

2013-14 (Freshman): ASUN Conference All-Freshman team selection… Third-leading returning scorer in conference play 15.2 ppg…Three-time A-Sun Newcomer of the Week honoree (1/13/14, 1/27/14, 2/17/14) …Scored 34 points against ETSU to claim the sixth-highest mark in school history…Scored 20 or more points eight times…Scored in double digits 17 times…Hauled in a season-high 13 rebounds in the regular season finale against Stetson.

High School: Prepped at Jackson Preparatory School for coach David Horner in Jackson, Miss…Led the Patriots to back-to-back MAIS state championships…Named the MAIS Player of the Year for 2011-12…Two-time All-State selection…Two-time All-Region honoree…Team captain and MVP in 2011-12 and 2012-13.

Personal: Son of Willie and Renee Williams.