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Corey Edwards

Discussion in 'George Mason Basketball' started by Pablo, Jan 1, 2015.

  1. Pablo

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    At least Corey is still trying to win! Corey had a team-high and career-high 9 rebounds in the loss to St. Bonaventure.
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    Corey has the only heart and senior leadership on this team to want and try to win and get his teammates ready to win. He constantly keeps on them when they mess up in a good way.... a teaching way.

    He is our Rudy!
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    Corey's far from perfect, but he obviously gives a shit whether we win or lose. On our team, that makes him the ultimate warrior.
  4. Pablo

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    Amazing that Edwards can have 9 rebounds last game and then have none tonight. GW must have had a scouting report on him. :D

    Glad to see Corey contributing. There was one three ball that he rushed on a break, but the other ones were good shot selection and he went 4-5 on those. Nice to see. We need points any way we can get them.
  6. Pablo

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    With a team-high 2 steals in the loss to VCU, Corey Edwards tied Carlos Yates & Mike Hargett for 14th place in career steals at Mason:

    1. George Evans - 218
    2. Nate Langley - 204
    3. Rob Rose - 161
    4. John Niehoff - 152
    5. Myron Contee - 151
    6. Cam Long - 147
    7. Erik Herring - 146
    8. Jai Lewis - 140
    9. Jon Larranaga - 137
    10. Kenwan Alford - 135
    11. Ryan Pearson - 127
    Ricky Wilson - 127
    13. Folarin Campbell - 126
    14. Corey Edwards - 121
    Carlos Yates - 121
    Mike Hargett - 121

    Corey has a team-high 30 steals this season in 20 games played (1.5 spg). In the last 7 games, Corey has 15 steals.
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    Corey also sports a 1.73 assist to turnover ratio. The best of his career.
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    Last night the team got a little lost when Shevon interfered with a would-be basket by Isaiah Jackson. I saw Corey pull everyone together and get things settled down. It was very impressive and showcased Corey's leadership. I hope the team can close ranks and fight out the rest of the string this season.
  9. Pablo

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    With a game-high 5 assists in the loss at St. Joe's, Corey Edwards tied Carlos Yates for 15th place in career assists at Mason:

    Career Assists:

    1. Curtis McCants - 598
    2. Myron Contee - 411
    3. Ricky Wilson - 405
    4. Folarin Campbell - 392
    5. Bryon Allen - 380
    6. Cam Long - 356
    7. John Niehoff - 331
    8. Steve Smith - 329
    9. Mike Hargett - 312
    10. Tremaine Price - 308
    11. Raoul Heinen - 290
    12. Jamel Perkins - 283
    Troy Manns - 283
    14. Amp Davis - 269
    15. Corey Edwards - 258
    Carlos Yates - 258

    With a team-high 2 steals in the game, Corey now has 123 career steals:

    Career Steals:

    1. George Evans - 218
    2. Nate Langley - 204
    3. Rob Rose - 161
    4. John Niehoff - 152
    5. Myron Contee - 151
    6. Cam Long - 147
    7. Erik Herring - 146
    8. Jai Lewis - 140
    9. Jon Larranaga - 137
    10. Kenwan Alford - 135
    11. Ryan Pearson - 127
    Ricky Wilson - 127
    13. Folarin Campbell - 126
    14. Corey Edwards - 123
    15. Carlos Yates - 121
    Mike Hargett - 121
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    With 3 of the Patriots' 4 assists in the loss to Rhode Island, Corey Edwards currently has 268 career assists:

    Career Assists:

    1. Curtis McCants - 598
    2. Myron Contee - 411
    3. Ricky Wilson - 405
    4. Folarin Campbell - 392
    5. Bryon Allen - 380
    6. Cam Long - 356
    7. John Niehoff - 331
    8. Steve Smith - 329
    9. Mike Hargett - 312
    10. Tremaine Price - 308
    11. Raoul Heinen - 290
    12. Jamel Perkins - 283
    Troy Manns - 283
    14. Amp Davis - 269
    15. Corey Edwards - 268


    With a game-high 5 steals, Corey passed Folarin Campbell, Ricky Wilson, & Ryan Pearson for 11th place in career steals at Mason:

    Career Steals:

    1. George Evans - 218
    2. Nate Langley - 204
    3. Rob Rose - 161
    4. John Niehoff - 152
    5. Myron Contee - 151
    6. Cam Long - 147
    7. Erik Herring - 146
    8. Jai Lewis - 140
    9. Jon Larranaga - 137
    10. Kenwan Alford - 135
    11. Corey Edwards - 130
    12. Ryan Pearson - 127
    Ricky Wilson - 127
    14. Folarin Campbell - 126
    15. Carlos Yates - 121
    Mike Hargett - 121
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    Corey Edwards, who will be honored on Senior Night (along with Vaughn Gray), is 11th in career steals at Mason, 14th in career assists, & 15th in career 3-pt. FG% (36.3%). Unfortunately, there are no statistics to measure his toughness and leadership skills.

    Career Assists:

    1. Curtis McCants - 598
    2. Myron Contee - 411
    3. Ricky Wilson - 405
    4. Folarin Campbell - 392
    5. Bryon Allen - 380
    6. Cam Long - 356
    7. John Niehoff - 331
    8. Steve Smith - 329
    9. Mike Hargett - 312
    10. Tremaine Price - 308
    11. Raoul Heinen - 290
    12. Jamel Perkins - 283
    Troy Manns - 283
    14. Corey Edwards - 275
    15. Amp Davis - 269

    Career Steals:

    1. George Evans - 218
    2. Nate Langley - 204
    3. Rob Rose - 161
    4. John Niehoff - 152
    5. Myron Contee - 151
    6. Cam Long - 147
    7. Erik Herring - 146
    8. Jai Lewis - 140
    9. Jon Larranaga - 137
    10. Kenwan Alford - 135
    11. Corey Edwards - 133
    12. Ryan Pearson - 127
    Ricky Wilson - 127
    14. Folarin Campbell - 126
    15. Carlos Yates - 121
    Mike Hargett - 121
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    Annnnnd...... #1 in Drawing Charges :)
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  14. Walter

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    That would be awesome if Corey could be a graduate assistant at Mason next year. Recruited by OCM and then graduate assistant to Son of OCM.
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    Or Scott Cherry. Either way it's a big improvement.
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    Corey as head coach would be a big improvement.
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    I hope whoever is hired hires Lamar as an assistant. I think he'd be great in that role.
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  20. JimP

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    Sad. Scary thing is that David Edwatds and the former player at St. John's mentioned in the article that passed away were likely only in their late 40's. Both played college ball during the early 90's.
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