Kellen Dunham: 2016 Draft Prospect

Height: 6-6
Weight: 205
Position: SG
College: Butler
Age: 22

2015-2016 Season Stats

PPG: 16.2
RPG: 2.5
APG: 1.5
BLK: 0.1
STL: 0.7

Player Bio
Courtesy of Butler Athletics

AS A SENIOR(2015-16): All-BIG EAST Honorable Mention selection...BIG EAST Player of the Week Dec. 7...named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll twice...led the team in scoring 12 times...scored in double figures in 26 games...averaged 32.4 minutes, 16.2 points and 2.5 rebounds on the season...played in all 33 games, starting 32...his 16.2 points per game led the team...made 87 three-pointers and shot 43 percent from behind the arc...shot .841 at the free throw line...finished fifth in the BIG EAST in scoring...led the BIG EAST in both three-pointers made and three-point percentage...finished fourth in free throw shooting among BIG EAST players...was on the preseason watch list for all three national player of the year awards: Naismith Trophy, John R. Wooden Award and the Oscar Robertson Trophy...also on the preseason watch list for the Jerry West Award, given to the nation's best shooting guard...shot .495 from three-point range in BIG EAST play...had 20 or more points in 11 games, including tying a career-high with 32 points against SIU-Edwardsville 11/28/15...made four or more three-pointers in 11 games...had 29 points at Georgetown 2/27/16...led Butler with 23 points in the team's NCAA Tournament win over Texas Tech 3/17/16...posted 23 points against Miami (Fla.) in the championship game of the 2015 Puerto Rico Tip-Off...had eight rebounds at Villanova 2/20/16, one off his career-high...his six assists against Creighton 2/16/16 were a career-high...hit a season-best six three-pointers at Providence 1/19/16.

AS A JUNIOR (2014-15): First team All-BIG EAST...named to the USBWA All-District V Team...chosen BIG EAST Player of the Week on Feb. 9 and named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll five times...picked to the Battle 4 Atlantis All-Tournament Team...played in all 34 games, including 33 as a starter...led the Bulldogs and ranked third in the BIG EAST in scoring...ranked third in the conference in free throw shooting and three-point field goals...finished fifth in the league in three-point field goal shooting...scored in double-figures in 30 games...led the Bulldogs with 18 points against Maine...topped all scorers with 26 points in Butler’s win over Chattanooga...led the Bulldogs with 17 points against Oklahoma...scored a team-high 16 points to lead Butler past Georgetown in the Battle 4 Atlantis third place game...shared the team scoring lead at Indiana State with 14 points...led the Bulldogs against Northwestern with 19 points...had a team-high 16 points and scored 1,000th career point at Tennessee...scored a game-high 23 points against Indiana...tallied 15 points against both UT-Martin and Belmont...led the Bulldogs with 28 points against #15/17 St. John’s...had a team-high 18 points against Providence...scored 21 points in Butler’s overtime win at Seton Hall...had 15 points against Seton Hall at home...had 17 points, including several clutch baskets down the stretch to help Butler win at Marquette in overtime...led the Bulldogs with 21 points at home against St. John’s...scored a game-high 24 points at home against DePaul...shared the team lead with 19 points against #6 Villanova...led the Bulldogs with 19 points at Creighton...scored a game-high 22 points against Marquette at home...led the Bulldogs with 24 points at DePaul...scored 15 points at Providence...had 17 points against Xavier in the BIG EAST Tournament...led all players with 20 points against Texas in the NCAA Tournament.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2013-14): Starter in all 31 games...Second-Team All-BIG EAST...led the team in scoring, three-point field goals, free throw shooting and minutes played...named to the All-Tournament Team at the 2013 Old Spice Classic...chosen BIG EAST Player of the Week after Butler’s win in the Crossroads Classic and chosen to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll following the Old Spice Classic and after Butler’s victory over North Dakota...tied Butler’s single game record for three-point field goal shooting by hitting seven of seven long-range shots against Seton Hall (3/8/14)...finished fifth on Butler’s all-time sophomore scoring list with 508 points...posted 26 points against Princeton...had 16 points in a career-high 44 minutes against Vanderbilt...set an Old Spice Classic single game record with a career-high 32 points against Washington State...led Butler with 20 points against LSU...posted the second-highest scoring total of his career with 29 points and added a career-high four assists against North Dakota...led all scorers with 25 points in Butler’s Crossroads Classic win over Purdue...had a team-high 22 points against Villanova...scored 30 points and matched or broke career-highs for field goals (9), field goal attempts (25), three-point field goals (6), three-point attempts (14), blocked shots (2) and minutes played (47) against DePaul...led the Bulldogs with 21 points against Georgetown...shared the team scoring lead with 18 points against Marquette...led the Bulldogs with 17 points and six rebounds at Providence...led the Bulldogs with 16 points and seven rebounds at Marquette...had 15 points and a team-high six rebounds at Georgetown...led the Bulldogs with 16 points against Creighton at home...had a team-high 25 points at home against Providence...led the Bulldogs with 12 points and seven rebounds at Villanova...topped the Bulldogs with a career-high nine rebounds at DePaul...hit a school-record seven of seven three-point field goals and scored 29 points to lead Butler past Seton Hall at home.

AS A FRESHMAN (2012-13): Played in all 36 Butler games, including 13 as a starter...finished second on the team in three-point field goals...fifth on the squad in scoring...selected to the 2012-13 Atlantic 10 Conference All-Rookie Team...named Atlantic 10 Conference Rookie of the Week four times in 2012-13...set a Butler mark for most points by a freshman in his first game with 18 points in his debut against Elon...tied Shelvin Mack (2008-09) for second place on Butler’s list for most three-point field goals by a freshman (57)...came off the bench with 18 points in his first collegiate regular season game against Elon...led the Bulldogs with 11 points in a reserve role at Xavier...had four points, four rebounds, and two assists in first collegiate start against Marquette at the Maui Invitational...shared the team scoring lead with 17 points and grabbed five rebounds in Butler’s victory over #9 North Carolina in the semifinals of the Maui Invitational...had 12 points and three assists against Hanover...came off the bench and shared the team lead in scoring with 17 points against IUPUI...scored 11 points, pulled down five rebounds and one steal and recorded his first collegiate block at Northwestern...had eight points in Butler’s victory over top-ranked Indiana...scored 13 points and added five rebounds in Butler’s victory over Evansville...came off the bench with 12 points at Vanderbilt...had 10 points in a reserve role against Penn...scored a game-high 15 points to help lead the Bulldogs past New Orleans...had 11 points as a starter against Richmond...hit four three-point field goals and scored 14 points against #8 Gonzaga...scored 15 points and matched his career-high with three assists in a career-high 37 minutes at La Salle...came off the bench and hit five of six three-point field goals while scoring 17 points against Temple...grabbed a career-high seven rebounds at Saint Louis...hit two clutch free throws in the final minute and finished with 10 points at George Washington...scored 12 points against Charlotte...came off the bench with 11 points in 16 minutes against Duquesne...had nine points and five rebounds against Dayton in the A-10 Tournament.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year varsity starter at Pendleton Heights High School…two-time team Most Valuable Player…three-time All-Conference and All-County Performer…two-time All-State…Madison County Player of the Year…2012 Indiana All-Star…team captain as a senior…led the state of Indiana in scoring and free throw shooting in 2011-12…fourth in the state in total points as a junior…averaged 29.5 points in final prep season and shot 92.1% from the free throw line…set school records for single game and career scoring…averaged 23.5 points as a junior and 17.0 points as a sophomore…posted a high-game of 45 points against Alexandria as a senior…scored 41 points against Fort Wayne Northrop as a junior…had a high-game of 10 rebounds against both Anderson and Alexandria as a senior…recorded nine assists against Alexandria as a senior…helped Pendleton Heights to a 23-3 record (7-0 conference mark) in 2011-12…led high school team to a 20-6 mark in 2010-11…played on teams that won two conference championships, three county titles and two sectional crowns…earned four varsity letters in basketball…honor student and YMAD (You Make A Difference) Award winner…High School Coach: Brian Hahn.


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