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Second Round, 18th Selection: Terrence Drisdom
Terrence Drisdom is a 6’5, 27 year old guard out of Corona, California. While at Roosevelt High School, Terrence averaged 16.4 points and 1.9 steals per game as a senior. He shot 47% from the floor and rotated between point guard and shooting guard.
While with Cal Poly Pomona, Terrence ranked first in the conference in steals per game and finished within the top ten in assists. Terrence averaged 13 points per game and started 23 of 31 games during his junior season. He had the 6th highest free throw percentage in the conference at 82%.
More recently, Terrence had a short stint with the Memphis Hustle in 2018. He played 5 games, playing 44 minutes and gathering 8 total rebounds. Terrence Drisdom also played 9 games with the Delaware Blue Coats, averaging 4 points and a steal in 12.7 minutes per game. Terrence made 5 of his 6 three point attempts last season in Delaware.
Following Delaware, Terrence played in Mexico in the CIBACOPA league for Rayos de Hermosillo. He averaged 12.7 points, 6.3 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game. Terrence Drisdom showed he can be a consistent shooter, hitting on 41.2% of his shots from beyond the arc. He also made 79.6% of his shots from the charity stripe.
Third Round, 20th Selection: Martaveous McKnight
Martaveous McKnight is a 6’4 guard from Walls, Missouri. He was a big time scorer with the Arkansas-Pine Bluff Golden Lions. Martaveous averaged 20.8 points and 1.5 steals in 36.8 minutes per game last year. McKnight was a volume three point shooter with the Golden Lions. He made 38.7% of his three point shots in 6 attempts per game.
McKnight had two 40-plus point performances last season with the Golden Lions. He finished first team All-SWAC last season and was the 2017-18 SWAC Player of the Year. McKnight finished tops in the conference in points per game in 2019 and had the 3rd best player efficiency rating (22.6).
McKnight is known to be a very good offensive player. He had the second best offensive box plus/minus (2.9) and win shares (4.3) in the conference last season. McKnight is a versatile scorer that can beat you off-the-dribble, in the catch-and-shoot or in the post.