Dorian Finney-Smith: 2016 Draft Prospect

Height: 6-8
Weight: 215
Position: SF
College: Florida
Age: 23

2015-2016 Season Stats

PPG: 14.7
RPG: 8.3
APG: 2.1
BLK: 0.8
STL: 0.9

Player Bio
Courtesy of Florida Athletics

Named second-team All-SEC by the coaches and third-team All-SEC by the AP ... Florida’s leading scorer (14.7) for the second straight season and top rebounder (8.3) for the third consecutive season ... Finished the season with a team-best eight double-doubles, eight 20-point games and 10 double-figure rebound games ... Became the first Gator since Chandler Parsons to tally three straight double-doubles and the sixth over the past 20 seasons, also joining Marreese Speights, David Lee, Udonis Haslem & Al Horford ... Dorian Finney-Smith posted at least 20 points, six rebounds and three steals in back-to-back games vs. Vermont and FGCU, something no Gator ever did during the Donovan Era ... Finney-Smith is also the first Gator since Joakim Noah (Feb. 22, 2006, vs. Tennessee) to record 20 points, eight rebounds, three steals and two blocks, doing so vs. FGCU ... Recorded back-to-back 20-point games for the first time in his career against Vermont and Florida Gulf Coast and did so again against Mississippi State and Auburn ... Named Orange Bowl Classic MVP, leading the Gators with 16 points and nine points vs. Oklahoma State.

Voted second-team All-SEC by the coaches ... Florida’s leading scorer (13.1), rebounder (6.2) and 3-point shooter (.426) ... Scored a career-high 25 points in Florida’s win vs. Jacksonville, including a 5-for-7 performance from 3-point range ... Posted three double-doubles, including two games with 20+ points and 10+ rebounds ... Posted double-figure scoring 22 times, including 12 games with 15 points or more ... Scored the game-winning dunk with 21 seconds remaining in Florida’s 52-50 win at Alabama, sealing the victory with a block on the defensive end of the floor.

Named SEC Sixth Man of the Year, the second Gator to win the award (Chris Richard, 2007) ... Also earned SEC Academic Honor Roll placement ... Florida’s leading rebounder, both in total rebounds (247) and per-game average (6.7) ... Had a strong showing in his Gator debut, putting up a career-high-tying 17 points against UALR, while going 3-4 from the 3-point line ... Recorded his first double-double as a Gator - and the fourth of his career - at Jacksonville, tallying 14 points and 11 rebounds ... Despite entering the game as the second sub versus Kansas, scored UF’s first points of the game on a made 3-pointer and went on to score 15 total points, shooting 4-for-6 from 3-point range ... Made his first start donning the Orange and Blue in the 2013 Orange Bowl Classic vs Fresno State ... Recorded the first 20/15 performance by a Gator in a road game during Donovan’s tenure, totaling a personal-best 22 points in the OT-win over Arkansas ... Led the team in scoring with 16 points vs. LSU, including a career-best-tying four 3-pointers.

2012-13 (SOPHOMORE)
Redshirt season, per NCAA transfer regulations.

ACC All-Freshman and regular starter, averaging 6.3 points and 7.0 rebounds per game ... Played in all 33 games, making 30 starts ... Earned a double-double in his debut, with 10 points and 16 rebounds against East Tennessee State ... Scored a season-high 17 points in a 66-65 win over Boston College ... Reached double-figure rebounds on seven occasions and had three double-doubles.

Four-year letterwinner at I.C. Norcom High School ... Two-time VHSL Class AAA Player of the Year and first-team all-state, all-region, All-Tidewater and all-district ... Led team to back-to-back Group AAA championships, along with Eastern Region and District titles ... Averaged 18 points, 10.7 rebounds and 3.8 blocks as a senior ... Scored 19 points, grabbed 17 rebounds and blocked three shots in the state championship game vs. L.C. Bird his senior season ... All-Tidewater player of the year as a junior and co-player of the year as a senior ... Averaged 19.7 points, 13 rebounds, six assists, three steals and two blocks as a junior.


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