Indiana sophomore forward Thomas Bryant, along with teammate OG Anunoby, served as a college counselor over the weekend at adidas Nations in Garden Grove, California.
Anunoby didn’t play in the college counselor games, but did participate in some of the drills, per reports.
OG Anunoby, who didn't play yesterday, says he's going to participate in drills today. Physical beast w/ some touch. pic.twitter.com/q2KeouHKPt
— Mike Schmitz (@Mike_Schmitz) July 30, 2016
Bryant played in all five games for “Team Spurs” and here are his stats for all five games, along with cumulative numbers:
The only other Big Ten player to attend adidas Nations as a college counselor was Nebraska’s Tai Webster.
Among the other notable college players: Duke’s Frank Jackson, Louisville’s Deng Adel and Donovan Mitchell, Devonte Graham, Frank Mason and Carlton Bragg of Kansas, Butler’s Kelan Martin and North Carolina’s Justin Jackson.
Bryant, along with Troy Williams and Yogi Ferrell, served as college counselors at adidas Nations in 2015.
The finals of the high school portion of adidas Global Nations airs tonight on ESPNU beginning at 7 p.m. ET.
Thomas Bryant is as competitive of a big as you'll find in the country. Loves contact. Skill level vs NBA athletes is a work in progress.
— Mike Schmitz (@Mike_Schmitz) August 1, 2016
Watching college counselors at #AdidasNations A few that impressed: Frank Mason, Chase Jeter, Cam Oliver, DJ Hogg, Thomas Bryant
— Dinos Trigonis (@trigonis30) August 1, 2016
One guy that seems to have reshape his body since the college season here at the #AdidasNations? Indiana's Thomas Bryant. Built like a house
— Corey Evans (@coreyevans_10) July 30, 2016
College games I've watched at #AdidasNations have been super competitive so far. Tons of talent. Packed from wall to wall with NBA scouts.
— Jonathan Givony (@DraftExpress) July 30, 2016
Intensity, competitiveness in these Adidas Nations college games has been excellent (& higher than at Nike). Every game's been entertaining.
— Luke Winn (@lukewinn) July 31, 2016
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