Players 🦴 Nah'Shon "Bones" Hyland 🦴

N Mollen

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You folks are talking about his shooting, but I loved the way he ran the offense. Also when KeShawn played at the two and was penetrating the lane was when our inside outside game really started clicking.
Yeah, both. We desperately need someone who can reliably hit the 3 besides DJ, so yesterday was awesome, but what is really eye-popping to me is that as a freshman he just doesn't turn the ball over. It is uncanny. Add to that his passing and his effort to find opportunities for his team mates, as a freshman, and you have a phenomenal start.
 

Finance Ram 10

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Yeah, both. We desperately need someone who can reliably hit the 3 besides DJ, so yesterday was awesome, but what is really eye-popping to me is that as a freshman he just doesn't turn the ball over. It is uncanny. Add to that his passing and his effort to find opportunities for his team mates, as a freshman, and you have a phenomenal start.
It seems the 'court vision' for Bones is otherworldly, which allows for him to see where to send the ball. That said, 'court vision' alone is meaningless, which makes his ability to deliver the incredible spot-on passes so much more impactful.

All that said, he really does seem to thrive on making those around him better, whether it be by setting up shots for others or his sincere celebrations with his teammates.

It's a real type leadership, to not tell others what to do, but making it easier for them to do; then celebrating their success. That sincerity and consideration for teammates is something that creates true bonds between teammates.
 
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Freshmen 3 point shooters
B A Walker 59 – 140 31 Games
Marcus Evens 52 – 170 32 Games
Scott Lilly 51 – 148 28 Games
Sherman Hamilton 50 – 143 30 Games
Treveon Graham 26 – 83 36 Games
JaQuan Lewis 24 – 67 35 Games
Melvin Johnson 23 – 81 35 Games
Joey Rodriguez 23 – 79 32 Games
Troy Daniels 15 – 41 26 Games
Eric Maynor 3 – 15 29 Games
Freshmen 3 point shooters
B A Walker 59 – 140 31 Games
Marcus Evens 52 – 170 32 Games
Scott Lilly 51 – 148 28 Games
Sherman Hamilton 50 – 143 30 Games
Treveon Graham 26 – 83 36 Games
JaQuan Lewis 24 – 67 35 Games
Melvin Johnson 23 – 81 35 Games
Joey Rodriguez 23 – 79 32 Games
Troy Daniels 15 – 41 26 Games
Eric Maynor 3 – 15 29 Games
Freshmen 3 point shooters
B A Walker 59 – 140 31 Games
Marcus Evens 52 – 170 32 Games
Scott Lilly 51 – 148 28 Games
Sherman Hamilton 50 – 143 30 Games
Treveon Graham 26 – 83 36 Games
JaQuan Lewis 24 – 67 35 Games
Melvin Johnson 23 – 81 35 Games
Joey Rodriguez 23 – 79 32 Games
Troy Daniels 15 – 41 26 Games
Eric Maynor 3 – 15 29 Games
Bones 20 – 50 14 Games
 

duncanlamb

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Freshmen 3 point shooters
B A Walker 59 – 140 31 Games
Marcus Evens 52 – 170 32 Games
Scott Lilly 51 – 148 28 Games
Sherman Hamilton 50 – 143 30 Games
Treveon Graham 26 – 83 36 Games
JaQuan Lewis 24 – 67 35 Games
Melvin Johnson 23 – 81 35 Games
Joey Rodriguez 23 – 79 32 Games
Troy Daniels 15 – 41 26 Games
Eric Maynor 3 – 15 29 Games
Bones 20 – 50 14 Games
Evan's played for rice his first year so he doesnt count.