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THE LOU HENSON AWARD

The 2019 Award will be presented at the College Insider awards event in April in Minneapolis, site of the men's division I national championship.

Jan. 9, 2019

MID-SEASON WATCH LIST

BOSTON, MA -- The 2018-19 Lou Henson Award Mid-Season Watch List was announced on Wednesday. 

The Lou Henson Award is presented annually to the nation's top mid-major player in Division I College Basketball.

Lou Henson coached 41 years. When he left the game in 2005 he was sixth all-time in career Division I wins with 779. He is the winningest coach at both Illinois and New Mexico State. He is one of only 12 coaches in the history of the game to take two schools to the Final Four.

The 2019 Lou Henson Award will be presented at the College Insider awards event in April at the site of the men’s division I national championship in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
 

2018-19 LOU HENSON AWARD MID-SEASON WATCH LIST

Milan Acquaah 6-3 So. California Baptist
Francis Alonso 6-3 Sr. UNC Greensboro
Jordan Barnes 5-11 Jr. Indiana State
James Batemon 6-1 Sr. Loyola Marymount
Jarrell Brantley 6-7 Sr. Charleston
Keith Braxton 6-4 Jr. Saint Francis (PA)
AJ Brodeur 6-8 Jr. Penn
Tookie Brown 5-11 Sr. Georgia Southern
Desmond Cambridge 6-4 So. Brown
Devin Cannady 6-2 Sr. Princeton
Yoeli Childs 6-8 Jr. BYU
Chris Clemons 5-9 Sr. Campbell
RJ Cole 6-1 So. Howard
Zach Cooks 5-9 So. NJIT
Mike Daum 6-9 Sr. South Dakota State
Jordan Davis 6-2 Sr. Northern Colorado
Antoine Davis 6-1 Fr. Detroit
Jordan Ford 6-1 Sr. Saint Mary's
JaKeenan Gant 6-8 Sr. Louisiana
Jerrick Harding 6-1 Jr. Weber State
Rapolas Ivanauskas 6-10 Jr. Colgate
Cameron Jackson 6-8 Sr. Wofford
David Jenkins 6-2 So. South Dakota State
Nathan Knight 6-10 Jr. William & Mary
John Konchar 6-5 Sr. Purdue-Fort Wayne
Anthony Lamb 6-6 Jr. Vermont
Loudon Love 6-9 So. Wright State
Fletcher Magee 6-4 Sr. Wofford
Max Mahoney 6-8 Jr. Boston University
CJ Massinburg 6-3 Sr. Buffalo
Garrison Mathews 6-5 Sr. Lipscomb
Nick Mayo 6-9 Sr. Eastern Kentucky
Drew McDonald 6-8 Sr. Northern Kentucky
Ja Morant 6-3 So. Murray State
Matt Morgan 6-2 Sr. Cornell
Miye Oni 6-6 Jr. Yale
Nijal Pearson 6-5 Jr. Texas State
Nick Perkins 6-8 Sr. Buffalo
Matt Rafferty 6-8 Sr. Furman
Grant Riller 6-4 Jr. Charleston
Ahmaad Rorie 6-1 Sr. Montana
Jaelan Sanford 6-4 Sr. Toledo
D'Marcus Simonds 6-3 Jr. Georgia State
Terry Taylor 6-5 So. Austin Peay
Jordon Varnado 6-6 Sr. Troy
Jaylin Walker 6-3 Jr. Kent State
Dylan Windler 6-7 Sr. Belmont
Justin Wright-Foreman 6-1 Sr. Hofstra
Milik Yarbrough 6-6 Sr. Illinois State
Akwasi Yeboah 6-6 Jr. Stony Brook

 


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