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Syracuse Oshae Brissett delivers massive Rack Attack on Miami Hurricanes



Canadian Freshman and Syracuse Stud Oshae Brissett added to his growing and impressive highlight package with a massive rack attack and facial dunk on the face of Miami Hurricanes defender. The Mississauga, Ontario native is averaging a 14.7 points and 9.0 rebounds per game and is amongst college basketball finest talents. Brissett has started all the Orangemens’ 27 games to date and has racked up 11 double-doubles in the process. A skilled 6’8″ forward who has stardom written all-over him.

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Complete List of Canadian’s NCAA 2019 March Madness



Rj Barrett First Canadian To Record Ncaa Triple Double Rubbing Hands

The brackets are set and March Madness is ready to kick it full throttle.

Below is a complete and comprehensive list of all Canadian basketball players participating in the madness. The list also includes all Canadian’s currently redshirting at their respective teams and doesn’t include non-Canadian players who have played prep/high school in Canada and are currently playing in the NCAA. Currently, we have total of 24 players, (19 active players and 5 inactives) fighting for a “one shining moment.”

First NameLast NamePositionTeamCityProvinceHTWTClassConference
RJBarrettFDuke Blue DevilsMississaugaON6'7"202FreshmanACC
BrandonClarkeFGonzaga BulldogsVancouverBC6'8"215JuniorWCC
IgnasBrazdeikisFMichigan WolverinesMonoON6'7"215FreshmanBig Ten
MarialShayokGIowa State CyclonesOttawaON6'6201SeniorBig 12
LindellWiggintonGIowa State CyclonesDartmouthNS6'2"188SophomoreBig 12
NickeilAlexander-WalkerGVirginia Tech HookiesTorontoON6'5"205SophomoreACC
JonathanKabongoPGVirginia Tech HookiesTorontoON6'4"195FreshmanACC
LuguentzDortGArizona State Sun DevilsMontrealQC6'4"215FreshmanPAC 12
MfionduKabengeleFFlorida State SeminolesBurlingtonON6'10"250SophomoreACC
OsheaBrissettFSyracuse OrangeMississaugaON6'8"210SophomoreACC
AndrewNembhardPGFlorida GatorsAuroraON6'5"191FreshmanSEC
KyleAlexanderFTennessee VolunteersMiltonON6'11"215SeniorSEC
DevonteBandooGBaylor BearsBramptonON6'3"195JuniorBig 12
StefSmithGVermont CatamountsAjaxON6'1"170SophomoreAm. East
EzeDikeGYale BulldogsMontrealQC6'2"195FreshmanIvy League
Ja'ShonHenryGBradley BravesSaskatoonSK6'6"225FreshmanMVC
DominicJohnsonFBuffalo BullsWindsorON6'5"230SophomoreMAC E
JosephChartounyGMarquette Golden EaglesMontrealQC6'3"200SeniorBig East
ClaytonHenryGNew Mexico State AggiesCalgaryAB6'4"195JuniorWAC
*KobyMcEwenGMarquette Golden EaglesTorontoON6'4"200JuniorBig East
*MarcusCarrPGMinnesota Golden GolphersTorontoON6'2"200SophomoreBig Ten
*PrinceOduroFMississippi State BulldogsTorontoON6'8"255SophomoreSEC
*MaximeBoursiquotGNortheastern HuskiesOttawaON6'5"211JuniorCAA
*HowardWashingtonPGSyracuse OrangeBuffaloNY6'3"180SophomoreACC
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* Denotes – redshirting

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Marial Shayok makes Julius Erving Award shortlist



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Ottawa’s Marial Shayok is among five finalists for the 2019 Julius Erving Award, which honours the best small forward in NCAA basketball.

Shayok is averaging 18.7 points per game as a senior at Iowa State, second-highest in the Big 12.


He is also one of the NCAA’s most efficient shooters — 49.7 per cent from the field and 39 per cent from three-point range.

Shayok is in his first season at Iowa State after sitting out the 2017-18 campaign due to NCAA transfer rules.

He started his NCAA career at Virginia and played three seasons there, averaging less than 10 points per game in limited minutes.

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Shayok is second in Big 12 scoring and is one of the most efficient shooters in the NCAA. Iowa State University Photo

Shayok prepped at Ottawa’s St. Patrick’s High School and later at Blair Academy in New Jersey, and was named New Jersey Prep Player of the Year as a high school senior.

He represented Canada at the 2012 U17 World Championships in Lithuania and played with future NBA lottery picks Andrew Wiggins and Trey Lyles on a Canadian team that finished second at the 2012 Nike Global Challenge.

Iowa State is fifth in the Big 12 this season with a 9-8 conference record and 20-10 overall. The team is riding a two-game losing streak.

“Our urgency is extremely high,” Shayok told the Des Moins Register on Monday.

“We can’t feel sorry for ourselves. We’re supposed to be playing our best basketball of the season, and I think we will be. Time is dwindling down.”

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