FLAT – Garda Georgia Tech, Bubba Parham, transferred 5-11 from VMI, NCAA was approved to waive his required year of residency and will be eligible immediately to compete for the Yellow Jackets, announced by the head coach Josh Pastner God. Wednesday. Parham still has two eligibility seasons.
Parham transferred to Tech in June after two fixed seasons at VMI in Lexington, Va., Where he won the second All-South Conference in 2018-19 and was named as the Owner of the Year in the conference. 2017-18. It started all 62 games for the Keydets over two seasons, scoring 1,125 points and 18.1 points on average per game. In two seasons, it committed 37.2 per cent of its three-point target attempt, making 2.8 per game, and 79.5 per cent of its free efforts.
“We're really excited to have Bubba in our program and I'm grateful that the NCAA has an opportunity to play it immediately,” Tech Technician Josh Pastner said in his fourth season on The Flats. “We appreciate the time and effort put in by our compliance team in this process. Bubba is a young man. It gives us another aggressive threat, and is a guard with great speed and outside shooting ability. ”
Last season, Parham led a Southern Conference with 21.4 points per game, scoring 30 points or more than nine times, most with SoCon player from Stephen Curry's log 15 such games to 2008-09. Among these games was a 35-point attempt with 10 school-led records at Kentucky, and 41 high career points with six directional directions and a 17-by-18 performance from the broken line in the South Conference competition. . He headed the SoCon with 3.63 three point distance targets per game and made 39.7 per cent of his efforts.
As a fresh man, Parham succeeded in the VMI scoring chart with 14.6 points per game, 16.6 the game in conference play. He led the Keydets to score 15 times, achieving 24-hour double figures and exceeding 20 points in seven games. He hit 33.1 per cent of his three point effort and made almost two per game.
As a senior person at Brookwood High School in Snellville, Parham was named County Player of the Year and Gwinnett 7-AAAAAAA Region. He completed his career with 1,341 points. 3 on the school's whole school scoring list.
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