DePaul Adds 2 New Transfers

DePaul recently announced that Javon Freeman-Liberty and Courvoisier McCauley will join the team for the 2020-2021 season. Freeman-Liberty comes over after completing his sophomore season at Valparaiso. He is a originally from Whitney Young high school in Chicago. He score nearly 1,000 in just his two season at Valparaiso (992 points). Freeman-Liberty will help the Blue Demons in all facets of the game; he was first team all-Missouri valley, all-defensive team and most-improved team last season. He averaged 19.0 points, 6.1 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 2.2 steals per game last season.

McCauley was a Division II NABC All-American last year and South Atlantic Conference Player of the Year. He was part of a Lincoln Memorial team that went 32-1 last season. McCauley transfers in after his sophomore season totaling 946 points over that time. One things is for sure he can score the ball; he scored 44 point in a game against Lenoir-Rhyne last year.

These two add both scoring and defensive options for head coach Dave Leitao heading into next season.

Published by Will McClaughry

Sports fan, data enthusiast and former division 3 college basketball player

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