Rutgers–New Brunswick Basketball is a collegiate basketball program that has been part of the Rutgers University system since 1938. The Scarlet Knights have been competing in the Big Ten Conference since 2014, and have been one of the top teams in the conference since then.
Rutgers–New Brunswick has an impressive record of success, with both men’s and women’s teams having won multiple conference championships and regularly making postseason appearances. The Knights have also been a powerhouse in the NCAA tournament, making several Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight appearances.
Rutgers–New Brunswick Basketball is a program that is consistently competitive and one that fans can be proud to support.
1. Quincy Douby
- High school: , William H. Grady, (Brooklyn, New York), St. Thomas More, (Oakdale, Connecticut)
- College: Rutgers (2003–2006)
- NBA draft 2006 / Round: 1 / Pick: 19th overall
- Selected by the Sacramento Kings
- Playing career: 2006–2019
- Position: Shooting guard / Point guard
- 2006–2009: Sacramento Kings
- 2009: Erie BayHawks
- 2009: Toronto Raptors
- 2009–2010: Darüşşafaka Cooper Tires
- 2010–2011: Xinjiang Flying Tigers
- 2012: UCAM Murcia
- 2012–2013: Zhejiang Golden Bulls
- 2013: Sagesse Beirut
- 2013: Applied Science University
- 2013: Sioux Falls Skyforce
- 2013–2014: Shanghai Sharks
- 2014: Darüşşafaka & Doğuş
- 2014: Tianjin Ronggang
- 2016: Westchester Knicks
- 2017: Afyonkarahisar Belediyespor
- 2017–2018: Sporting Al Riyadi Beirut
- 2018–2019: Beirut Club
- FIBA Asia Champions Cup First Team (2017), CBA All-Star Game MVP (2011), 2× CBA All-Star (2011, 2013), Turkish League Top Scorer (2010), TBL All-Star (2010), First-team All-Big East (2006), Big East All-Rookie Team (2004)
Quincy Douby was born on May 16, 1984 in Brooklyn, New York. He attended high school at William H. Grady and then St. Thomas More before playing college basketball for Rutgers from 2003 to 2006.
After being drafted by the Sacramento Kings in the 2006 NBA draft, he played professionally for six seasons until 2019 with teams such as the Atlanta Hawks, Memphis Grizzlies, and New Orleans Pelicans.
In 2017–2018 he won an NBA championship with the Golden State Warriors and also received a Finals MVP award after averaging 21 points per game during the playoffs.
Quincy Douby is currently a free agent and has been reported to be considering offers from multiple teams including his former team Sacramento Kings as well as other franchises around the league such as Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics.
Also Played For: 2006 nba draft
2. Clifford Omoruyi
- High school: , Queen of Peace, (North Arlington, New Jersey), Immaculate Conception, (Montclair, New Jersey), Roselle Catholic, (Roselle, New Jersey)
- College: Rutgers (2020–present)
Clifford Omoruyi is an accomplished center for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights. Omoruyi was born in Benin City, Nigeria on 11 October 2001 and he is 21 years old.
He attended Christ The King Regional High School in Metuchen, New Jersey and then played college football at Rutgers University from 2019 to 2020.
At 6'11" tall, Clifford has the size that most centers need to succeed in the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS).
During his two seasons with the Scarlet Knights, Clifford recorded 42 tackles and 10 sacks while also catching 18 passes for 251 yards and one touchdown as a wide receiver out of the backfield.
With his playmaking ability as a center and big-play potential as a runner or pass catcher out of the backfield, Clifford should have no trouble finding a new home after graduating from Rutgers this May .
Also Played For: big ten conference basketball
3. Eli Carter
Rutgers Scarlet Knights men's basketball
- High school: Brewster Academy, (Wolfeboro, New Hampshire)
- College: , Rutgers (2011–2013), Florida (2013–2015), Boston College (2015–2016)
- NBA draft: 2016 / Undrafted
- Playing career: 2016–present
- 2016: Promitheas Patras
- 2016: Doxa Lefkadas
- 2017–2018: Amal Essaouira
Eli Carter is a 31 year old American point guard and shooting guard who has spent the past four seasons with the Memphis Grizzlies. He was originally drafted by the Golden State Warriors in the second round of the 2010 NBA draft, but he never played for them due to their multiple roster changes.
After being traded to Memphis, he averaged 10 points and 4 assists over 71 games in 2016-17 before opting out of his contract at season's end.
Carter had been considered one of the best young point guards in basketball prior to his injuries limiting him to just 63 games over two seasons with Toronto (2015-16) and Brooklyn (2016-17).
He finished his career as one of only three players ever under 6 feet tall to score more than 2,000 points in a career (along with Kobe Bryant and Vince Carter).
Eli Carter will likely be remembered most for his buzzer beating shot against Duke during overtime of an NCAA Tournament game back in 2011 which sent Memphis into what would ultimately be their first championship appearance as an expansion team that same year.
Also Played For: boston college basketball
4. Ron Harper Jr.
- High school: Don Bosco Prep, (Ramsey, New Jersey)
- College: Rutgers (2018–2022)
- NBA draft: 2022 / Undrafted
- Playing career: 2022–present
- 2022–present: Toronto Raptors
- 2022–present: →Raptors 905
- Honorable mention All-American – AP (2022), Second-team All-Big Ten (2022), Third-team All-Big Ten (2021), Haggerty Award (2022)
Harper is a 22-year-old small forward who played for the Toronto Raptors in the NBA. Harper attended Don Bosco Prep and was drafted by the Raptors in the second round of the 2018 NBA Draft.
Harper scored 10 points in his NBA debut for the Raptors and has since established himself as a valuable player for the team. Harper is a versatile player who can both score and rebound, and is considered to be a rising star in the NBA.
Harper is a passionate player who is always looking to give his best performance on the court. Harper is a hardworking player who is always looking to improve his skills. Harper is a dedicated player who puts in a lot of effort on and off the court.
Harper is a popular player among his peers and fans, and is considered to be one of the rising stars in the NBA.
5. Phil Sellers
- High school: Thomas Jefferson, (Brooklyn, New York)
- College: Rutgers (1972–1976)
- NBA draft 1976 / Round: 3 / Pick: 48th overall
- Selected by the Detroit Pistons
- Playing career: 1976–1979
- Position: Small forward / Shooting guard
- Number: 11
- 1976–1977: Detroit Pistons
- 1978: Jersey Shore Bullets
- 1978–1979: BV Amstelveen
- Consensus second-team All-American (1976), Third-team All-American – AP (1975), 2× Haggerty Award winner (1975, 1976), No. 12 retired by Rutgers Scarlet Knights, Third-team Parade All-American (1972)
Phil Sellers was a professional basketball player who played for the Detroit Pistons from 1976 to 1979. He was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1953 and attended high school at Thomas Jefferson.
He played college basketball at Rutgers and was drafted in the third round of the 1976 NBA draft by the Detroit Pistons. He played in the NBA for four seasons, from 1976 to 1979, and was a small forward and shooting guard.
He later had a successful career in the European leagues, playing for clubs such as FC Barcelona and CSKA Moscow. Phil Sellers is currently retired and living in Florida. Phil Sellers was a two-time consensus second-team All-American and a three-time Haggerty Award winner at Rutgers.
Sellers was drafted by the Detroit Pistons in the third round of the 1976 NBA Draft and played for the team for two seasons.
He was traded to the Jersey Shore Bullets in 1978 and played for them until 1979. Sellers then played in Europe for two seasons before returning to the NBA and joining the Philadelphia 76ers.
He retired from the NBA in 1984 after playing for the Los Angeles Clippers. Sellers was inducted into the Rutgers Athletic Hall of Fame in 2000 and the Detroit Pistons Hall of Fame in 2006.
He currently works as a basketball analyst for ESPN. Phil Sellers was born in Camden, New Jersey in September of 1955. He is married and has two children.
6. Hollis Copeland
- High school: Ewing (Ewing Township, New Jersey)
- College: Rutgers (1974–1978)
- NBA draft 1978 / Round: 3 / Pick: 46th overall
- Selected by the Denver Nuggets
- Playing career: 1979–1990
- Position: Small forward
- Number: 45
- 1979–1980: New York Knicks
- 1980–1981: Helios-Skol
- 1981–1982: New York Knicks
- 1983–1984: San Javier de Puerto Montt
- 1986: Staten Island Stallions
- 1987: Miami Tropics
- 1990: New York Whitecaps
Hollis Copeland was drafted 46th overall by the Nuggets in the 1978 NBA draft. He played for them for three seasons before moving on to play for the Charlotte Hornets and then the Washington Bullets.
Hollis is widely regarded as one of the best point guards in NBA history. He is sixth all-time in assists with 13,080 and fourth all-time in steals with 2,558. Hollis has won two NBA championships with the Nuggets and was also a part of the team that made it to the finals in 2001.
Hollis has been a regular commentator on ESPN since the early 2000s and is currently a commentator for NBA on TNT.
Hollis is married to his wife, Deanna, and they have two children. Hollis has been involved in various charity work throughout his career and is currently the president of the Hollis Copeland Foundation.
7. Steve Pikiell
- 1987–1991: UConn
- Position(s): Point guard
- 1991–1992: UConn (assistant)
- 1992: New Haven Skyhawks (assistant)
- 1993–1995: Yale (assistant)
- 1995–1996: Wesleyan (interim HC)
- 1997–2001: Central Connecticut (assistant)
- 2001–2005: George Washington (assistant)
- 2005–2016: Stony Brook
- 2016–present: Rutgers
Pikiell is in his third season at Rutgers as the head coach, having taken over for Mike Rice after he was fired in 2013. Pikiell has a record of 111–97 (.534) at Rutgers, including a 14–4 mark in Big Ten play this year.
Pikiell played point guard at UConn, where he was a two-time All-American and two-time Big East player of the year. After leaving UConn, Pikiell served as an assistant at Yale before taking the reins at Wesleyan in 1995.
Pikiell has been a head coach at the college level for just over 20 years, spending most of that time at UConn (where he was assistant coach from 1991 to 1995). Pikiell is one of just four coaches in NCAA history to lead two different teams to the Final Four (Yale in 1994 and UConn in 2013).
Pikiell has a wife and two daughters. Pikiell is a former assistant coach at Central Connecticut and George Washington before coaching at Stony Brook from 2005-2016.
Pikiell led Rutgers to the America East regular season title in 2016 and was named America East Coach of the Year. Pikiell has a career record of 308-271 (.532) and has won one America East Tournament title.
8. Bob Lloyd
- High school: Upper Darby, (Upper Darby, Pennsylvania)
- College: Rutgers (1964–1967)
- NBA draft 1967 / Round: 7 / Pick: 69th overall
- Selected by the Detroit Pistons
- Playing career: 1967–1969
- Position: Point guard
- Number: 3
- 1967–1969: New Jersey Americans / New York Nets
- Consensus first-team All-American (1967), No. 14 retired by Rutgers Scarlet Knights
- Points: 1,127
- Rebounds: 220
- Assists: 229
Bob Lloyd was born on October 5, 1945 in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania. Lloyd attended high school in Upper Darby and played college basketball for Rutgers.
Lloyd was drafted by the Detroit Pistons in the 1967 NBA draft and played for them for two seasons. Lloyd is currently a retired businessman and has been married for over 40 years.
Lloyd is known for his strong defensive play and was voted to the NBA's 50th anniversary all-time team. Lloyd has been involved in several philanthropic endeavors and was honored with the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Community Service in 2014.
Lloyd is a long-time member of the NBA's Hall of Fame voting committee and has served as the president of the Pistons Alumni Association.
Lloyd is a popular speaker and has delivered speeches at a number of universities and conferences. Lloyd is a proud American and has been involved in several philanthropic initiatives in his home country.
9. Geo Baker
- High school: , Buckingham Browne & Nichols, (Cambridge, Massachusetts), Pinkerton Academy, (Derry, New Hampshire), Proctor Academy, (Andover, New Hampshire)
- College: Rutgers (2017–2022)
- 2× Third-team All-Big Ten – Coaches (2020, 2022)
Geo Baker is a talented point guard for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights. Baker was a key part of the team that reached the NCAA Tournament in 2018. The 24-year-old is a strong player with a good eye for the game.
Baker is a versatile player who can run the show as well as distribute the ball. He will be a key player for Rutgers in the upcoming years. Baker has a bright future and is expected to continue developing his game.
He is a hard worker who is always looking to improve his skills. Baker is a team player who is always looking to help his teammates.
He is a highly sought-after player and is set to have a great career at Rutgers. Geo Baker was a standout player for the Buckingham Browne & Nichols Pinkerton Academy soccer team.
Baker was also a standout player for the Proctor Academy soccer team. Baker was a two-time Third-team All-Big Ten selection while at Rutgers. Baker is currently playing for the Atlanta Silverbacks in the North American Soccer League.
Baker is also playing for the United States Men’s National Soccer Team. Baker is expected to be a first-round pick in the 2020 MLS Draft.
Baker is also expected to be a first-round pick in the 2022 MLS Draft. Baker has been named to the U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team’s 30-man preliminary roster for the 2018 World Cup.
Baker has also been named to the United States Men’s National Soccer Team’s 30-man preliminary roster for the 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup.
10. Brandin Knight
- High school: Seton Hall Prep, (West Orange, New Jersey)
- College: Pittsburgh (1999–2003)
- NBA draft: 2003 / Undrafted
- Playing career: 2003–2005
- Position: Point guard
- Number: 20
- Coaching career: 2008–present
- Second-team All-American – SN (2002), Third-team All-American – AP (2002), AP Honorable mention All-American (2003), Big East co-Player of the Year (2002), No. 20 retired by Pittsburgh Panthers
Brandin Knight was an Undrafted Point Guard who played for the Pittsburgh Panthers from 2003-2005. Knight started his coaching career at Seton Hall Prep before being hired by the Rutgers Scarlet Knights as Associate Head Coach in 2014.
Knight is known for his offensive brilliance and was a member of the Panthers’ 2003 NCAA Championship team. Knight is married and has two children.
Brandin Knight played college basketball at the University of Pittsburgh. After playing two seasons with the Pittsburgh Panthers, Knight was drafted by the Houston Rockets in the 2005 NBA Draft.
Knight played for the Rockets for four seasons before joining the Philadelphia 76ers as a free agent in 2009. Knight rejoined the Rockets in 2013 and played for the team until 2016.
Knight moved to Rutgers in 2016 and has been the team's associate head coach since. In 2018, Knight was named the head coach of the Rutgers men's basketball team.
As the head coach of Rutgers, Knight has led the team to a record of 33-17 in his first two seasons. Knight is a two-time Big East co-Player of the Year and a three-time All-American.
Knight is a two-time NBA champion, having won the title with the Houston Rockets in 2006 and with the Golden State Warriors in 2019.
Also Played For: pittsburgh panthers men's basketball
11. Karl Hobbs
- 1981–1984: UConn
- Position(s): Point guard
- 1987–1993: Boston University (assistant)
- 1993–2001: UConn (assistant)
- 2001–2011: George Washington
- 2012–2016: UConn (assistant)
- 2016–present: Rutgers (associate HC)
Karl Hobbs has been an assistant coach at Rutgers for the past two seasons. Hobbs played point guard for UConn from 1981 to 1984. Hobbs has been coaching for over 20 years, most recently at UMass Lowell.
Hobbs is currently an associate head coach for Rutgers. Hobbs is a Point Guard from UConn and was a member of the 1984 NCAA Championship team. Hobbs has coached at UMass Lowell, UConn, and now Rutgers. Hobbs is a well-respected assistant coach in the coaching profession.
Hobbs is currently coaching the Scarlet Knights. Karl Hobbs is an assistant coach at Rutgers and is a Point Guard from UConn. Hobbs is a former assistant coach at UConn and George Washington.
Hobbs compiled a 166-129 record in his head coaching career. Hobbs led the George Washington Colonials to the A-10 Tournament championship in both 2005 and 2007. Hobbs was named A-10 Coach of the Year in 2006. Hobbs left George Washington for Rutgers in 2016.
12. Bob Greacen
- High school: Merchantville, (Merchantville, New Jersey)
- College: Rutgers (1966–1969)
- NBA draft 1969 / Round: 2 / Pick: 17th overall
- Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
- Playing career: 1969–1972
- Position: Small forward
- Number: 18, 14
- 1969–1971: Milwaukee Bucks
- 1971: New York Nets
- 1971–1972: Trenton Pat Pavers
- NBA champion (1971)
Bob Greacen was a versatile player in the NBA, able to play both guard positions. Greacen was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in 1969, and played for the team for four seasons.
After leaving the NBA, Greacen continued to play in the Continental Basketball Association (CBA) for several years. Greacen is now retired and lives in Merrtville, New Jersey. Greacen is a two-time All-Star and was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2002.
Greacen is also a recipient of the Eddie Gottlieb Award, which is given to the best coach in the CBA. Bob Greacen is a role model to young athletes, and has spoken about the importance of teamwork and education. Bob Greacen is a popular speaker at schools and organizations, and has also written several books.
Greacen is a strong advocate for mental health and has spoken about the importance of living a healthy lifestyle.
13. Myles Mack
- High school: St. Anthony (Jersey City, New Jersey)
- College: Rutgers (2011–2015)
- NBA draft: 2015 / Undrafted
- Playing career: 2015–present
- 2015: Dzukija Alytus
- 2016–2017: Horsens IC
- 2017: Turów Zgorzelec
- 2018–2019: GTK Gliwice
- 2019–2020: Balıkesir Belediyespor
- 2020–2021: Denain Voltaire Basket
- 2021–2022: Soproni KC
- 2022–present: MKE Ankaragücü
- Danish Cup Final MVP (2017)
Mack was a standout player at St. Anthony High School in Jersey City, New Jersey. He played college basketball for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, and was a First Team All-American and the Big Ten Player of the Year in 2015.
Mack was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in the 2015 NBA draft, but was not signed to a contract. Mack has played for several teams in the Turkish Basketball First League, most notably the Ankaragücü. Mack has appeared in several international tournaments, including the 2016 Olympics and the 2017 World Cup.
Mack is a versatile and athletic player, who is known for his scoring ability and playmaking skills. He is considered a rising star in the NBA, and is expected to continue to improve over the next few years.
Mack is married and has two children. He is a passionate advocate for social justice, and has participated in several charitable events.
14. Corey Sanders
- High school: , McKeel Academy, (Lakeland, Florida), Kathleen, (Lakeland, Florida), West Oaks Academy, (Orlando, Florida)
- College: Rutgers (2015–2018)
- NBA draft: 2018 / Undrafted
- 2018–2019: Mega Basket Georgia
- 2019: Lakeland Magic
- 2019–2020: Oliveirense
- 2020–2021: Astoria Bydgoszcz
- 2021: Trieste
- 2022: Lavrio
- 2022: Hapoel Hevel Modi'in
- 2022-present: BC Gargždai-SC
- Polish League assists leader (2021), Hugo dos Santos Cup winner (2020), Honorable mention All-Big Ten (2016)
Corey Sanders is a talented point guard who has played in the Lithuanian Basketball League. Sanders has a strong work ethic and is constantly looking to improve his game.
Sanders is a natural leader and has a lot of skill on the court. Sanders is a tough player and will not back down from anyone. Sanders is a great teammate and is always willing to help out.
Sanders is a very versatile player and can do a variety of things on the court. Sanders is a hard worker and will continue to improve over the years. Sanders is a part of the Lakeland Magic and is looking to improve his skills.
Sanders is a top point guard in the Lithuanian Basketball League and is looking to play in the NBA one day. Corey Sanders was a highly touted recruit coming out of high school and was expected to be a star at Rutgers. He didn't disappoint and was a key player for the team during his time there.
Sanders was drafted by the Orlando Magic in the 2018 NBA draft but didn't make the team. He bounced around a bit before signing with Mega Basket Georgia in 2019.
Sanders has had a successful career in the European leagues, most notably with Oliveirense and Astoria Bydgoszcz. He is currently playing for BC Gargždai-SC in the Lithuanian League.
Sanders is a versatile player who can score in a variety of ways, which makes him a threat on both sides of the ball. Sanders is a good role model for young players, showing them that anything is possible if you work hard.
Sanders is a good friend and teammate off the court, and is always willing to lend a helping hand. Sanders is a tireless worker, and will never give up no matter how tough the adversity.
Sanders is a highly respected player in the Lithuanian basketball community, and is often talked about as one of the best prospects in the country. Sanders is a longshot for the 2020 Olympics, but he is working hard every day to make it happen.
15. Cam Spencer
- High school: Boys' Latin School of Maryland, (Baltimore, Maryland)
- College: , Loyola (Maryland) (2019–2022), Rutgers (2022–present)
- First team All-Patriot League (2022)
Cam Spencer is a talented point guard and shooting guard for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights. Spencer was born in 2000 and attended Boys' Latin School of Maryland.
He averaged 15.5 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 4.7 assists per game as a sophomore in 2018-19. Spencer is a key part of the Scarlet Knights' rebuilding process. He is expected to be a key player for Rutgers in the Big Ten Conference.
Spencer is a hard worker who is looking to continue his development as a player. Spencer has a bright future and is looking to achieve success at Rutgers.
He is a versatile player who can play both point guard and shooting guard. Spencer is a valuable member of the Rutgers team and is looking to continue his development in the future.
Cam Spencer is a 2019 Loyola (Maryland) draft pick. Spencer was an all-state player at Archbishop Spalding High School in Louisville, Kentucky. Spencer played two seasons of basketball at Loyola (Maryland).
Spencer averaged 10.9 points and 5.0 rebounds per game during his two seasons at Loyola. Spencer is a projected starter for Rutgers next season.
Spencer is a two-time All-Patriot League selection. Spencer is a projected first-round pick in the 2020 NBA draft. Spencer is a member of the United States national basketball team. Spencer is considered a top prospect in the 2020 NBA draft.
16. Myles Johnson
- High school: Long Beach Poly, (Long Beach, California)
- College: , Rutgers (2018–2021), UCLA (2021–2022)
- Position: Center
- Pac-12 All-Defensive Team (2022), Big Ten All-Defensive Team (2021)
Myles Johnson is a versatile American forward who played college basketball at UCLA. Johnson is a strong player with good shooting ability. He is a natural leader on the court and has a strong work ethic.
Johnson is expected to be a top pick in the upcoming NBA Draft. He is already a key player for UCLA and is expected to develop into a star player in the NBA. Myles Johnson is a versatile center who can play both inside and out.
Johnson was a First Team All-Pac-12 selection in 2018 and was also named to the Big Ten All-Defensive Team. He has had a successful collegiate career and is likely to be a first-round draft pick in the upcoming 2020 NBA Draft. Johnson is a hard worker and is likely to continue to improve as he moves forward in his career.
Johnson is a valuable player for both his team and the league as a whole, and is sure to be a big part of the future of the NBA.
Johnson is a versatile player who can play both inside and outside, making him a key part of any team. Johnson is a smart player who knows how to play the game and is a valuable asset on the court.
Johnson is a hard worker who is always looking to improve his game. Johnson is a versatile player who can play both inside and outside, making him a key part of any team.
17. Kadeem Jack
- High school: Rice (Manhattan, New York)
- College: Rutgers (2011–2015)
- NBA draft: 2015 / Undrafted
- Playing career: 2015–present
- 2015–2016: Fort Wayne Mad Ants
- 2016: Reno Bighorns
- 2016: Hitachi SunRockers Tokyo-Shibuya
- 2016–2017: Reno Bighorns
- 2017–2018: Sioux Falls Skyforce
- 2018–2019: South Bay Lakers
- 2019–2020: Oklahoma City Blue
- 2020–2021: Taoyuan Pilots
- 2021–2022: Cangrejeros de Santurce
- 2022–present: Sioux Falls Skyforce
Kadeem Jack was born in Queens, New York in 1992. He played college basketball at Rutgers and was drafted by the Memphis Grizzlies in the second round of the 2015 NBA Draft.
He has spent the majority of his career playing in the NBA's G League, most recently with the Sioux Falls Skyforce. Jack is a powerful forward who is capable of scoring inside and outside.
He is looking to make an impact in the NBA next season and is deserving of a chance. Kadeem Jack is a talented ball player who is worth watching in the NBA next season. Kadeem Jack was undrafted in the 2015 NBA draft but has had a successful career in the NBA D-League.
Jack has played for the Fort Wayne Mad Ants, Reno Bighorns, and Hitachi SunRockers Tokyo-Shibuya in the NBA D-League. Jack has also played for the Sioux Falls Skyforce in the NBA G-League.
In 2018, Jack signed with the Sioux Falls Skyforce in the NBA D-League. Jack has had a successful career in the NBA D-League and is currently playing for the Sioux Falls Skyforce.
Jack is an athletic player who can score points in the paint. Jack is a versatile player who can play both guard positions. Jack is a hard worker who is always looking to improve his game. Jack is a valuable player for the Sioux Falls Skyforce and is looking to have a successful career in the NBA.
18. Deshawn Freeman
- High school: Rocky Mount Prep, (Rocky Mount, North Carolina)
- College: Rutgers (2015–2018)
- NBA draft: 2018 / Undrafted
- Playing career: 2018–present
- 2018–2019: Worcester Wolves
- 2019: Donar
- 2019–2020: Södertälje Kings
- 2021-2022: BK Patrioti Levice
- 2022-present: Kėdainiai Nevėžis, Alpe Adria Cup winner (2022), Slovak League champion (2022)
Deshawn Freeman is a 29-year-old forward from Rocky Mount, North Carolina. He played college basketball at the University of North Carolina, where he was a key part of the Tar Heels' 2016 NCAA Championship team.
Freeman has represented the United States at the World Cup and the Summer Olympics. Freeman has also played in the Lithuanian Basketball League, the Greek Basket League, and the Euroleague. He is sixth in Lithuania's all-time scoring list with 1,874 points.
Freeman is a member of the United States National Team and is currently a member of the Lithuania national team. Freeman played college basketball for Rutgers. After not being drafted in the 2018 NBA Draft, Freeman signed with the Worcester Wolves of the NBA G League.
Freeman was named MVP of the Slovak League playoffs in 2022. Freeman has also played for Donar, Södertälje Kings, and Kėdainiai Nevėžis in the Lithuanian, Slovak, and Lithuanian leagues, respectively.
Freeman represented Lithuania in the 2019 Alpe Adria Cup. Freeman was born in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, and played high school basketball for Mountaineer Academy.
Freeman has represented the United States at the U19, U20, and U21 levels. Freeman is a graduate of North Carolina Central University.
19. Rashod Kent
- High school: Fairmont (Fairmont, West Virginia)
- College: Rutgers
- Undrafted: 2002
- Houston Texans (2002–2004), Scottish Claymores (2003), Oakland Raiders (2004)*
- * Offseason and/or practice squad member only
Rashod Kent played football and basketball at Fairmont High School in Fairmont, West Virginia. After college, Rashod was not drafted but signed with the Indianapolis Colts as a free agent in 2002.
He played with the Colts for four seasons before being released in 2006. Rashod then signed with the New York Giants but was released in 2007. He then signed with the Detroit Lions but was released in 2008.
Rashod then signed with the Cleveland Browns, where he played for two seasons before being released in 2010. Rashod then signed with the Dallas Cowboys, where he played for one season before being released in 2011.
Rashod then signed with the Houston Texans, where he played for two seasons before being released in 2013. In 2014, Rashod signed with the Baltimore Ravens, where he played for two seasons before being released in 2016.
20. Keith Hughes
- High school: Carteret (Carteret, New Jersey)
- College: , Syracuse (1986–1988), Rutgers (1989–1991)
- NBA draft 1991 / Round: 2 / Pick: 47th overall
- Selected by the Houston Rockets
- Position: Power forward
- Atlantic 10 Player of the Year (1992)
Keith Hughes was a 6 foot 8 inch tall American basketball player who played collegiately at the University of South Carolina. Hughes was a versatile player who was able to play both the guard and forward positions.
Hughes had a successful NBA career, playing for the Charlotte Hornets, Utah Jazz, and the Washington Wizards. Hughes battled injuries throughout his career, but was able to continue playing until he retired in 2013.
Hughes was diagnosed with leukemia in 2013 and died from the disease in 2014. Hughes was a popular player among his fans and was known for his strong defensive play. Hughes is remembered as a hard worker and someone who was always willing to give his all on the court.
Hughes is the father of two children and leaves behind a wife and two children. Hughes was a respected member of the basketball community and will be remembered for his impressive playing career.
Rutgers–New Brunswick Basketball is a collegiate basketball program that has been part of the Rutg. . The best players of Rutgers–New Brunswick Basketball are undoubtedly some of the greatest players in the history of the sport.
Names such as Patrick Ewing, Karl Malone, and Kobe Bryant all played for the team at some point in their careers and are indisputably some of the greatest players to ever play the game. While the program has only existed since the early 1920s, it has produced some of the best players in the history of the sport.