Early 6:00 pm start Tuesday, on ACC Network.
BC is 9-11 overall, tied for ninth place in the ACC at 4-6. Their NET ranking is 159.
It’s a pieced together roster under first-year head coach Earl Grant. They’ve struggled as you’d expect. But they’ve looked much better over the last few weeks, knocking off VT and they got a road win at Clemson. Very good defensively the last couple games. They just handled Pitt easily at home, holding them to 35%. And in the game before, UNC won despite shooting 29%.
Makai Ashton-Langford 6’3 Sr PG (13.0 PPG). Their best player. It’s his 2nd year there after transferring from Providence. He’s turned it up lately, coming off a 21 point game vs Pitt.
Jaeden Zackery 6’2 Fr G (9.1 PPG). Their best and really only good 3-point shooter, hitting 47%. He’s an older freshman, did a prep year then a year at JUCO that didn’t count due to covid.
DeMarr Langford 6’5 So. SF (10.5 PPG). Terrific athlete is starting to come into his own, but still rough around the edges skill wise.
TJ Bickerstaff 6’9 Jr PF (8.0 PPG). Bernie’s son transferred in from Drexel. He’s had some big rebounding games, pulled in 17 vs UNC.
James Karnik 6’9 Sr. C (8.0 PPG). Fifth year player started off at Lehigh. His best games have been their best games. Scored 17+ in wins over ND, Clemson, and VT.
Quinten Post 7’0 Jr C (8.9 PPG). Mississippi State transfer has scored in double figures the last three games off the bench.
Brevin Galloway 6’3 Sr G (7.3 PPG) Fifth year player followed Earl Grant from College of Charleston. He was a big scorer there. it hasn’t gone well at BC, shooting 29% on the season.
Gianni Thompson 6’8 Fr F (1.8 PPG) Very talented local recruit played a season high 16 minutes in their last game.