Delaware State’s Kendall Gray named Mid-Major Player of The Week

Kendall Gray leads Division I in rebounding at 12.7 per game. 
Quiet as kept, one of the best big men in college basketball is Kendall Gray. The 6’10 senior from Delaware State was named the Lou Henson Award as the mid-major player of the week on Monday
Gray averaged 16 points and 21 rebounds and two blocks per game for DSU, helping his team go 2-1 from Jan. 10 through Jan. 19. Gray currently leads Division I in rebounding at 12.7 rpg and is among the national leaders with an average of 3.1 blocks per game. 


He had a game for the ages against Morgan State, scoring 18 points, pulling down 22 rebounds and blocking four shots in a 73-69 loss. 

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