Aubrey Dawkins 24
Aubrey  Dawkins


Palo Alto, Calif.

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

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 205



Dawkins Receives Release, Intends to Play for Father at UCF

Dawkins Decides to Transfer from Men's Basketball Program


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

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


Dawkins Garners Big Ten's Freshman of the Week Honor

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


Kornacki: One Shining Moment for Many Wolverines Saturday

Kornacki: One Shining Moment for Many Wolverines Saturday


Standout Efforts from Dawkins, Bielfeldt Prove Too Much for Rutgers

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


Men's Basketball vs. Coppin State

December 22, 2014


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)

• 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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