I've been adding the season statistics into my database and doing some initial look at last year's team and what the numbers show, don't show and how they stack up all-time.
1. Elite Rebounding Duo. Eli Chuha and Jemerrio Jones were great at rebounding .. how great? Among all-time Aggie performances you have to go back to 1978-79 to find rebounders of this caliber playing together -- Slab Jones and Robert Gunn. There have been better individual performances -- but not a duo better than these two. Going back even further, there still is none better. And we have them both back next season.
2. FT% Excellent. The FT% was a Top 5 in Aggie history at 71.2%.
3. Assist Man. Ian Baker's assist seasons the past two years have him at 4th best all-time Aggie behind Sam Crawford, Billy Keys and Hernst Laroche - and just ahead of Randy Brown. We will miss him.
4. Great Scoring Quartet. The quartet of Ian Baker, Braxton Huggins, Eli Chuha and Jemerrio Jones scored at a clip to make them 5th best for all-time Aggie seasons. The other top seasons were #1 - 1998 (Richardson/Reid/Gosa/Ellison), #2 - 2009 (Young/Gibson/McKines/Gillenwater), #3 - 2010 (Young/Gibson/Rahman/McKines), #4 - 1997 (Richardson/Davis/Hubbard/Reid).
5. Three Point Ace. Braxton Huggins' season of three point shooting was solid, but not great. Among shooters with a minimum of 100 attempts in a season, his season percentage of 42.0% is bested by nine others (in 13 seasons) -- Ian Baker (2015), Kevin Aronis (2014), Jahmar Young (2009), Elijah Ingram (2007), Josh Jenkins (2005), Eric Channing (2002, 2001, 2000, 1999), Denmark Reid (1998), Jimmy Taylor (1989), Jeff McCool (1988, 1987).
6. Top Five Three-Point FG% Defense. A national top five ranking for defending the 3 point shot -- nice!