1 - Deontay Twyman
Deontay Twyman
Height: 5-11
Weight: 160
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Olney, Md.
High School: Sherwood
Previous College: Polk C.C./Ball State
Position: G

As A Junior In 2009-10:
Saw action in each of the Bobcats' 33 games, including one start ... Averaged 7.1 points while shooting a team-best 85.2 percent from the free-throw line ... Contributed double-figures scoring in 11 games ... Scored a season-high 16 points on two occasions, 1/21 against Bryant and March 7 in the NEC Tournament Semifinals against Long Island ... pitched in with 14 points and a season-high five assists at Central Connecticut, 1/14 ... Scored 13 points and added a season-high six rebounds against Brown, 1/11 ... chipped in with 13 points at Mount St. Mary's, 1/30 ... Scored 12 points in his Quinnipiac debut, 11/13 against Hartford ... Contributed 11 points at Navy, 11/30 ... Scored 10 points on four different occasions, against Wagner, Saint Francis (Pa.), Robert Morris and Monmouth. 

Before Quinnipiac:
A transfer to Quinnipiac after spending the last two years at Ball State University and Polk Community College, respectively...Named to the All-Suncoast Conference First Team and the Florida Community College Activities Association All-Tournament Team as a sophomore...Averaged a team-best 17.3 points per game while dishing out 3.7 assists, grabbing 2.7 rebounds and making 1.7 steals per game...Shot 44.6 percent from the floor, including 42.3 percent from long distance, while connecting at 76.7 percent from the free-throw line...A two-sport star at Sherwood High School in Washington, D.C., he became the first Washington Post All-Met selection in both basketball and football in 17 years (Lawrence Moten, 1989-90)...Led Sherwood to the 4A State Championship after averaging 17 points, eight assists, six rebounds and three steals per game as a senior as Sherwood posted the most wins in school history with a 23-4 record...Finished his prep career with more than 1,200 points...Was a member of the Capital Classic Basketball Team as one of the area's top five players...Named All-Montgomery County and All-Gazette Player of the Year...In football, he led Sherwood to consecutive Maryland 4A State Finals...As a quarterback, he registered over 7,000 yards and connected on a Maryland state record 80 touchdown passes...Named to George Michael's Golden Eleven and earned Montgomery County Offensive Player of the Year recognition.

Personal:
The son of Donna Moals and Gary E. Twyman...Has two brothers, Carlos Hill and Gary Twyman, Jr...Also has two sisters, Amanda and Angel...Majoring in history...Born in Olney, Md.

Career Highs:
Points - 16, two times
Rebounds - 6 vs. Brown, 1/11/10
Assists - 5 at CCSU, 1/14/10
Blocks - 1, two times
Steals - 2, four times

2009-10 Season Highs:
Points - 16, two times
Rebounds - 6 vs. Brown, 1/11/10
Assists - 5 at CCSU, 1/14/10
Blocks - 1, two times
Steals - 2, four times