Dwayne Evans entered the 2012-2013 season with a chance to make major impact for the Saint Louis Billikens. He did just that.
The junior power forward averaged an even 14.0 points per game and grabbed 7.7 rebounds to lead the Billikens in both categories. Evans was a major asset to Saint Louis' success this season and Billiken fans should expect even more from Evans next season.
With Cody Ellis and Kwamain Mitchell graduating, Evans will be forced to pick up some of the slack, but I think that he can handle it. Evans has increased his workload every season at SLU, which includes minutes, rebounds and shot attempts. Now, don't get me wrong, but if Evans can take 10-to-12 shots a game next season, he'll constantly put up 18 points a game.
Evans doesn't have that three-point threat, but he doesn't need it. His mid range game within 17 feet is lethal and Evans should be able to knock it down from any spot on the floor if left open.
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