South Carolina forward Collin Murray-Boyles was named SEC's Freshman of the Week after impressive performances in the victories against Ole Miss and Vanderbilt, averaging 23.5 points, 8 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 1.5 blocks, and 1 steal per game. He also made history by tying the all-time South Carolina basketball freshman scoring record with 31 points against Vanderbilt. Despite his exceptional performance, he narrowly missed out on the SEC Player of the Week honor. Fans are hopeful for his continued strong play, especially after his consistent scoring and rebounding in recent games.

By the Numbers
  • Murray-Boyles averaged 23.5 points, 8 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 1.5 blocks, and 1 steal per game
  • He tied the all-time South Carolina basketball freshman scoring record with 31 points against Vanderbilt
State of Play
  • Murray-Boyles has had at least 16 points in his last three games and at least 5 rebounds in six consecutive games
  • In the last 10 games, where he played more than 20 minutes, he averaged double-digit scoring and shot over 60% from the field
What's Next

South Carolina fans are hopeful for Murray-Boyles' continued strong play and impact on the team's performance.

Bottom Line

Murray-Boyles' impressive performances have solidified his position as a key player for South Carolina, with fans eagerly awaiting his future contributions to the team.