The 6-foot-9 Aluma played in 68 games across two seasons for the Terriers. As a sophomore in the 2018-19 season, Aluma played in all 35 games and made 34 starts. He averaged 6.9 points, 6.8 rebounds and 0.9 blocks per game.
In a low-usage role (13.7 percent usage rate), Aluma was an efficient player for Young and Wofford. Nearly 99 percent of Aluma’s field goal attempts were of the 2-point variety; he shot 66.7 percent from the field, which translated to an effective shooting clip of 64.3 percent.
The majority of Aluma’s looks came at the rim; the Berlin, Md. product shot 70-of-98 (71.4 FG%) around the basket, overall.
Aluma adds some serious Glue Guy elements to a roster, too. He’s an industrious offensive rebounder (13 percent offensive rebound rate), which helped bolster Wofford’s 3-point-heavy offense (No. 10 in adjusted offensive efficiency).
— Norm Wood (@normwood) May 6, 2019
Currently, Aluma is on track to sit out and redshirt during the 2019-20 season; however, there’s alway the possibility that he could receive a waiver.