Yeo Jun-seok Gonzaga University basketball team expected to include a 9-man rotation

Yeo Jun-seok (21) is expected to receive significant playing time in the 2023-24 National Collegiate Sports Association (NCAA) 1st division with the Gonzaga University basketball team.

Gonzaga University finished the 2022-23 season by failing to advance to the semifinals in the US College Basketball round of 68 tournament, which it participated in by winning a tie for first place in the West Coast Conference regular league and winning the tournament.

The official student newspaper, ‘Gonzaga Bouletin’, selected 9 major players for the next season through an article written by the editor-in-chief. Yeo Jun-seok was introduced to the students as the 4th out of 6 frontcourt (forward/center) players.

‘Gonza Bouletin’ expected ▲Yeo Jun-seok ▲Dusty Stromer ▲Alix Toohey (19, Australia) as “a new face for the forward that will add depth to the basketball team in the 2023-24 season”.

Yeo Jun-seok entered Gonzaga University two months ago. Since the roster was added during the season, as a freshman, you can only train with the basketball team. He plays in NCAA Division 1 next season as a sophomore.

Stromer is ranked between 40th and 49th among high school students in the U.S. and is a promising prospect who chose to attend Gonzaga University. Yeo Jun-seok and Toohei have one thing in common: they went through the ‘NBA Global Academy’ run by the US professional basketball team to nurture international talent.

‘Gonzaga Boultin’ selected ▲Nolan Hickman (20) ▲Hunter Sallis (21) ▲Efton Reed (21) as the core of the 2023-24 basketball team. Hickman is the 2021-22 West Coast Conference Rookie Best 5, and Sallys and Reed are American high school all-stars.먹튀검증

At the 2021 International Basketball Federation (FIBA) U-19 World Cup, where he participated as a member of Yongsan High School, Yeo made a big success with an average of 25.6 points, 10.6 rebounds, 2.1 steals and an Efficiency of 24.7 while Korea finished in 15th place.

He became the first Korean to win two individual titles in the U-19 Basketball World Cup by ranking first in scoring and player contribution. Ranked 2nd in rebounds per game and tied for 5th in steals, he was in the TOP5 in 4 categories.

Official website of the West Coast Conference ▲NBA Global Academy graduate ▲2021 U-19 World Cup 1st place and 2nd place in rebounds ▲Chet Homegren (21, Oklahoma City Thunder) against the U.S. national team U-19 World Cup round of 16 21 points and introduced Yeo Jun-seok.

Homerun won the U-19 Basketball World Cup MVP and 4 American High School Player of the Year awards two years ago. During the 2021-22 Gonzaga University basketball team, he was selected as the West Coast Conference Best 5 · Defensive King.

The West Coast Conference website also mentions that Homer was selected in the 1st round (2nd overall) of the NBA draft with Gonzaga University as a springboard.

When Yeo Jun-seok took a leave of absence from Korea University to advance to the United States in June 2022, the NBA official website showed interest in becoming a global academy prospect, saying, “One of two players who scored 30 points or more in a single game twice in the 2021 U-19 World Cup.” .

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