WCAC Semifinals: Five Glue Guys

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Posted On: 02/26/18 5:20 PM

WASHINGTON, DC — Gonzaga and DeMatha will square off tonight in the WCAC Championship after picking up wins in the semifinals on Sunday night. We aim to recap yesterday’s action by highlighting five glue guys. All stats referenced were provided courtesy of Legit Stats.

ALLIN BLUNT | GONZAGA ’18

Everytime Allin Blunt receives the ball, he is a threat. The unsigned 6’6 senior plays an intelligent brand of basketball. Blunt recorded 7 points, 3 assists, 2 rebounds, and 2 teals in the win for Gonzaga.

ANWAR GILL | GONZAGA ’19

Anwar Gill provided valuable energy off the bench. The versatile 2019 guard played under control, but aggressively. Gill recorded 13 points and 2 important offensive rebounds in the Eagles’ win.

EARL TIMBERLAKE | DEMATHA ’20

Despite battling foul trouble, Earl Timberlake finished the game in impressive fashion. The long-limbed wing defended and rebounded at a very high level, and showcased a tireless motor. Timberlake recorded 5 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists, and a block in the win for DeMatha.

CHUCK HARRIS | GONZAGA ’20

Chuck Harris has been rock solid at the point for Gonzaga Head Coach Steve Turner. The class of 2020 standout exhibits a terrific skill level and solid decision making ability. Harris finished the game with 5 points, 4 assists, 3 rebounds, and just 1 turnover.

JAHMIR YOUNG | DEMATHA ’19

Part of the reason why Hunter Dickinson was so dominant is because of the way his teammates were feeding him. 2019 Jahmir Young was the best in that department. The southpaw floor general, who handed out 5 assists to go along with 5 points, accurately set up his big man early and often.