Men's Basketball

BYU-Hawaii adds Utah State transfer Jordan Stone

BYU-Hawaii adds Utah State transfer Jordan Stone

LAIE, Hawaii (April 16, 2014) – BYU-Hawaii head men's basketball coach Ken Wagner announced Utah State transfer Jordan Stone has accepted a scholarship offer to play for BYU-Hawaii.

Stone played three seasons with Utah State and will join the program for the 2014-15 season. At 6-10, 270, Stone will provide immediate size, physicality and a defensive presence to the post.

"We are very excited about Jordan Stone," Wagner said. "He brings maturity, a lot of experience and we really feel like he is a great post player that can contribute both defensively and scoring. He's tough and we are happy to have him."

From Smithfield, Utah, Stone played in 93 games as an Aggie, including the postseason in two seasons with a run to the CIT Championship his freshman year. In three seasons with Utah State, he averaged 10.9 minutes per game, scoring 2.4 points and grabbed 2.7 rebounds. Stone has shot 56.6 from the field in his career.

He was also Academic All-Western Athletic Conference in 2012 and 2013.

As a high school player at Sky View High in Utah, Stone was a first-team all-state honoree from the Salt Lake Tribune and second-team all-state from the Deseret News as a senior. He averaged 18 points, 11 boards and 3 blocks.

Stone served a two-year LDS mission to New York City.

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