Aubrey Dawkins 24
Aubrey  Dawkins

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Palo Alto, Calif.

High School:
New Hampton Prep [N.H.]

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 205

Position:
G/F


04/06/2016

Dawkins Receives Release, Intends to Play for Father at UCF

Dawkins Decides to Transfer from Men's Basketball Program

03/12/2015

Big First Half Advances U-M to Big Ten Tournament Quarterfinals

Big First Half Advances Men's Basketball Past Illinois in Tournament

03/09/2015

Dawkins Garners Big Ten's Freshman of the Week Honor

Dawkins Garners Big Ten Men's Basketball Freshman of the Week

03/07/2015

Kornacki: One Shining Moment for Many Wolverines Saturday

Kornacki: One Shining Moment for Many Wolverines Saturday

03/07/2015

Standout Efforts from Dawkins, Bielfeldt Prove Too Much for Rutgers

Bielfeldt's Double-Double, Dawkins' 31 Key Men's Hoops to Win over Rutgers

12/22/2014

Men's Basketball vs. Coppin State

December 22, 2014

CAREER GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS

Bio Note
• Transferred following sophomore season to Central Florida
• Left program to join father, Johnny, who was hired as head coach at Central Florida

Michigan Career
• Big Ten Freshman of the Week (March 10, 2015)
• U-M's Sixth Man Award (2016)
• U-M's Rudy Tomjanovich Most Improved Player (2015)

Sophomore (2015-16)
• Helped U-M get back to NCAA Tournament earning No. 11 seed in the East regional
• Played in program's first NCAA First Four defeating Tulsa (W, 67-62; March 16) and advancing a first round match-up against No. 6 Notre Dame (L, 70-63; March 18) in Brooklyn
• Helped U-M advance to the Big Ten Tournament semifinal for the sixth time after a buzzer beating defeat of No. 1 seed Indiana (W, 72-69; March 11) -- U-M's first win over a No. 1 seed at the conference tournament
• One of four Wolverines to play in all 36 games; had nine starts
• Averaged 6.5 points and 2.5 rebounds per game
• Averaged 15.8 minutes per game with 20-plus minutes in five games

Freshman (2014-15)
• Helped U-M to highlighted wins against Syracuse (68-65; Dec. 2) in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge; vs. Oregon (70-63; Nov. 24) in the semifinal of the Legends Classic and 24/23 Ohio State (64-57; Feb. 22)
• Played in 30 games primarily off the bench, but did have 13 starts
• Made collegiate debut against Hillsdale (Nov. 15), finishing with three points, three rebounds in six minutes
• Made first collegiate start at Rutgers (Jan. 20), finishing with 11 points, three rebounds in 31 minutes
• Averaged 7.0 points per game with three 20-plus point games including a career-best 31 points against Rutgers (March 7) after a career-best 10-for-15 from the field, including a career-best eight three-pointers -- which was the second most by a Wolverine in a game all-time
• With all the injuries over the 15 final games, averaged 10.7 points per game with seven double figure scoring games
• Averaged 2.1 rebounds per game, including a career-best five rebounds against Illinois (Dec. 30)
• Averaged 20.7 minutes per game with 30-plus minutes in 10 games and played a career-high 49 minutes in double overtime game at Northwestern (March 3)

Prep Career
• Played a postgraduate year at New Hampton Prep under coach Peter Hutchins
• In postgrad year, averaged 12.3 points and 3.6 rebounds and 1.0 assist per game, leading New Hampton to 22-8 record and the championship of the NEPSAC CLASS AAA League
• Played at Palo Alto High School under coach Adam Sax
• Led Palo Alto to back-to-back SCVAL De Anza Division titles (2012, '13)
• Central Coast Section All-League, first team (2012, '13)
• Most Valuable Player of the SCVAL De Anza Division (2013)
• All-San Jose Mercury News and All-Daily News, first team (2013)
• MVP at the Windsor Tournament and All-Tournament team at the Bellarmine Tournament (2013)
• As a senior (2012-13) averaged 18.8 points, 7.0 rebounds and 1.0 assists per game and led Palo Alto to 23-4 record and 12-0 SCVAL De Anza Division record. He had 12 games with 20-plus points, including a season-high 29 points against Analy (Dec. 28)
• As a junior (2011-12) averaged 12.7 points, 5.1 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game and led Palo Alto to 21-5 record and 10-2 SCVAL De Anza Division record. He had four games with 20-plus points, including a season-high 23 points against Los Gatos (Jan. 20)

Personal
• Given name is Aubrey Lafell Dawkins
• Born May 8, 1995, in Durham, N.C.
• Son of Tracy and Johnny Dawkins
• Undecided major

Personal Notes
• Right-handed
• Signed with Michigan (May 6, 2014) after verbally committing (April 28, 2014)
• Transferred after sophomore season to play for father, Johnny, at Central Florida
• Father, Johnny, was a two-time consensus All-American (1985, '86) and 1986 National Player of the Year at Duke (1983-86) followed by a nine-year career in the NBA before starting his collegiate coaching career with Duke (1998-2008), Stanford (2008-16) and Central Florida (2016-present)

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