Full name: Rogdreeaun Dean Stein
Height: 1,98 m (6-6)
Weigth: 98 kg. (216 lbs.)
Birth date: 14/11/1999 (23 years)
Birth place: Kalamazoo (Michigan) (USA)
Play Position: Forward Center (4)
Rog is a versatile player that impacts the game on both sides of the ball. He is a fierce competitor that understands how to win at the highest level. He is committed to doing whatever his team or coaches ask of him in order to win.
Rog is a relentless rebounder with the ability to start the break and create for his teammates. He is able to defend multiple positions on the floor and is very skilled at disrupting opponents rhythm. His unique skill set at his size presents many mismatch opportunities offensively. He is very crafty with his ability to get to his scoring areas. He is an extremely willing passer and loves to get his teammates easy looks around the rim.
Most importantly, Rog is a tremendous young man that is hungry and ready to work. He has a toughness mindset and a tireless work ethic. We can,t wait to watch him attack the next stage of his career!
17/18 - NCAA2 USA - Lake Superior
18/19 - NCAA2 USA - Lake Superior: 14.8 ppg, 7.6 rpg, 2.7 apg, 1.7 spg, 49% 2 fgm, 43% 3 point, 63% f.t.
19/20 - NCAA2 USA - Lake Superior: DNP
20/21 - NAIA1 USA - Indiana Tech: 31 games: 13.6 ppg, 7 rpg, 2.3 apg.
21/22 - NAIA1 USA - Indiana Tech: 34 games: 12.8 ppg, 6.3 rpg, 2.4 apg, 1 spg, 50% 2 fgm, 25% 3 point, 64% f.t.
22/23 - NAIA1 USA - Indiana Tech: 37 games: 12.4 ppg, 6.5 rpg, 2.4 apg, 1.4 spg, 51% 2 fgm, 28% 3 point, 65% f.t.
23/24 - Proliga Portugal - Galitos
· All-GLIAC Second Team -19
· All-WHAC First Team -21,22,23
· All-WHAC Player of the Year -21,22,23
· NAIA1 Finalist -23
· NAIA1 All-Tournament Team -23
· NAIA1 All-American 2nd Team -23
|Michael Akuchie||2,03 m||1998||USA|
|Rodri Gómez||2,05 m||1996||ESP|
|Ioann Iarochevitch||2,07 m||1989||BEL|
|Charles Nkaloulou||2,02 m||1994||COG|
|Jordan Parks||2,01 m||1994||USA|
|Ryan Pearson||1,98 m||1990||USA|
|Danny Pippen||2,06 m||1997||USA|
|Miguel Queiroz||2,02 m||1991||POR|
|Zac Seljaas||2,02 m||1997||USA|
|Fede Uclés||2,02 m||1993||ESP|