2020-21 COLORADO BUFFALOES IN REVIEW
0 Luke O’Brien (G 6-7, Fr., Littleton)
Key stats: Appeared in eight games, going 4-for-11 from the field.
Fun fact: Scored the first three points of his career in the second game of the season at Kansas State.
3 Maddox Daniels (G 6-6, Sr., Suwanee, Ga.)
Key stats: 5.4 ppg, .363 3-point percentage.
Fun fact: The former junior college transfer tallied 22 assists with 26 turnovers in his first season at CU last year but has posted 27 assists with only 15 turnovers this season
5 D’Shawn Schwartz (G/F, 6-7, Sr., Colorado Springs)
Key stats: 8.9 ppg, 4.0 rpg.
Fun fact: Has hit a career-high five 3-pointers in a game twice, both against Dayton — first in the first round of the 2019 NIT, and again last season against No. 13 Dayton, when his fifth 3-pointer of the game won it at the overtime buzzer.
10 Alexander Strating (F, 6-7, Sr., Wassenaar, Netherlands)
Key stats: Grabbed five rebounds in 23 minutes off the bench.
Fun fact: A fan favorite, and Tad Boyle favorite, the fifth-year senior found playing time more difficult to come by with a much deeper frontcourt in 2020-21.
11 Keeshawn Barthelemy (G, 6-2, R-Fr., Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Key stats: 3.5 ppg, .306 3-point percentage.
Fun fact: The heir apparent at point guard, Barthelemy hit two big 3-pointers while filling in for a momentarily injured McKinley Wright in the Pac-12 semifinals and has recorded 37 assists against 20 turnovers.
12 Jabari Walker (F, 6-8, Fr., Inglewood, Calif.)
Key stats: 7.3 ppg, 4.4 rpg, .486 3-point percentage.
Fun fact: Earned the program’s first-ever Pac-12 Freshman of the Week honor (which the league introduced in 2019-20) in mid-January after averaging 16.3 points and 9.7 rebounds in three wins against Utah, Cal, and Stanford.
13 Dallas Walton (C, 7-0, Sr., Arvada)
Key stats: 6.6 ppg, 3.0 rpg, .542 field goal percentage.
Fun fact: Posted the first 20-point game of his career with 22 points in a Dec. 20 win against Washington in Las Vegas.
15 Owen Koonce (G, 6-5, Fr., Lafayette)
Key stats: First-year walk-on appeared in two games.
Fun fact: The Centaurus alum grabbed his first career rebound in his Buffs debut on Dec. 16 against Omaha.
21 Evan Battey (F 6-8, R-Jr., View Park, Calif.)
Key stats: 10.2 ppg, 5.4 rpg, .493 field goal percentage.
Fun fact: Six of his top seven scoring performances of the season have occurred away from home.
23 Tristan da Silva (F, 6-8, Fr., Munich, Germany)
Key stats: 2.9 ppg, .531 field goal percentage.
Fun fact: Played double-digit minutes just once through the season’s first 18 games but has done so eight times in the past 12 games.
24 Eli Parquet (G, 6-3, Jr., Beaumont, Tex.)
Key stats: 5.2 ppg, 25 steals, 21 blocked shots.
Fun fact: A first team Pac-12 All-Defense selection, he leads the Buffs in blocked shots and has posted a career-high 10 points in four different games.
25 McKinley Wright IV (G, 6-0, Sr., North Robbinsdale, Minn.)
Key stats: 15.5 ppg, 5.6 apg, 4.3 rpg.
Fun fact: There is only one game in his career in which Wright has played but did not start. In that game, a double-overtime win against South Dakota State as a freshman, he came off the bench to score what remains a career-high 30 points.
30 Will Loughlin (F, 6-10, So., Seattle)
Key stats: Walk-on logged 3:43 of court time in two appearances off the bench.
Fun fact: Made his CU debut at home on Jan. 14 against Cal.
32 Nique Clifford (G, 6-5, Fr., Colorado Springs)
Key stats: Appeared in 12 games off the bench.
Fun fact: Recorded his first career points in the third game of the season at nationally-ranked Tennessee.
33 Aidan McQuade (G, 6-2, Sr., Loveland)
Key stats: Walk-on appeared in 10 games over the past three seasons with the Buffs.
Fun fact: Tallied his lone rebound on Dec. 4, 2018 against South Dakota.
34 Benan Ersek (G, 6-2, Jr., Vienna, Austria)
Key stats: Walk-on has appeared in nine games over three seasons with the Buffs.
Fun fact: Made his only appearance of the season on Jan. 14 against Cal.
40 Isaac Jessup (G, 6-2, Fr., Loveland)
Key stats: Appeared in four games, the most among the walk-ons, in his first season at CU.
Fun fact: His basket on Jan. 14 against Cal accounted for the only points scored by the Buffs’ five walk-ons this season.
41 Jeriah Horne (F, 6-7, G-Sr., Overland Park, Kan.)
Key stats: 11.4 ppg, 5.8 rpg, .421 3-point percentage.
Fun fact: Despite a tough shooting night in the Pac-12 title game, the first graduate transfer in program history is on pace to finish with a top-six CU single-season mark on 3-pointers.