Dwight Coleby, #22

  • Year Junior
  • Pos Forward
  • H/W 6-9/240

Season stats

Shooting A M %
Field goals 30 17 .567
Free throws 18 7 .389
Three pointers 0 0
Overall
High game points 12
Effective FG% .567
Per-game breakdown Total Per game
Rebounds441.8
Off. rebounds150.6
Def. rebounds291.2
Assists30.1
Steals40.2
Blocked shots120.5
Turnovers60.3
Additional
Games played24
Games started0
Minutes per game5.6
Total Points41
Points per game1.7
Personal fouls33
Disqualifications2
Technical fouls0
Ejections0
Triple doubles0
Double doubles0

Profile

A year removed from the public eye, Dwight Coleby provided a scouting report on what fans should expect from the Jayhawks’ 6-foot-9 transfer from the Bahamas and, more recently, Mississippi.

“Probably rebounding (and) playing tough in the post,” said Coleby, who spent 2015-16 as a redshirt, rehabbing from left knee surgery and sitting out a season in accordance with NCAA transfer rules. “Being physical, protect the rim, play hard,” he added.

Originally from Nassau, Coleby played in all 34 games for Ole Miss in 2014-15, including three starts. He averaged 5.4 points, 4.8 rebounds and 16.5 minutes for the Rebels, who went 21-13 overall, tied for third in the Southeastern Conference with an 11-7 record and lost to Xavier in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

As a freshman in 2013-14, Coleby started four of 28 games for Ole Miss and averaged 2.4 points, 1.9 rebounds and 10.4 minutes.

“He does have good touch. He’s a good shooter,” KU coach Bill Self said. Coleby hit 53.2 percent of his field-goal attempts and 79.7 percent of his free throws during his sophomore campaign. He also blocked 29 shots.

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