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Kendall Stephens
Kendall Stephens

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
St. Charles, Ill.

High School:
St. Charles East

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 197

Position:
Guard



01/24/2015

Purdue Upends No. 25 Iowa, 67-63

Rapheal Davis scores a game-high 24 points in victory.

01/21/2015

Purdue Falls to Illinois, 66-57

Jon Octeus and Raphael Davis led the Boilermakers (11-8, 3-3) with 14 points each.

01/17/2015

Stephens Leads Purdue Over Penn State in Overtime, 84-77

Kendall Stephens scored 22 points to laad Purdue

01/10/2015

Purdue Falls to No. 11 Maryland, 69-60

Rapheal Davis added 12 points, and Jon Octeus chipped in 10.

01/07/2015

Purdue Falls to No. 4 Wisconsin, 62-55

Jon Octeus had 15 points and a team-high eight rebounds for Purdue (10-6, 2-1).

01/17/2015

Purdue at Penn State

Purdue at Penn State

01/10/2015

Purdue vs. No. 11 Maryland

USATSI photos men's basketball vs. Maryland -- 1/10/15

01/03/2015

Purdue vs. Michigan (USATSI)

Purdue vs. Michigan (USATSI)

12/31/2014

Purdue vs. Minnesota

USATSI Photos men's basketball vs. Minnesota -- 12/31/14

12/18/2014

MBB | Purdue vs. Arkansas State (12-10-14)

Purdue vs. Arkansas State men's basketball (Dec. 10, 2014)

2013-14 Game-by-Game Statistics

Career Accolades
Stephens Garners Big Ten Honors (March 10, 2014)

As a Freshman (2013-14)
• Stephens had a strong freshman season, appearing in all 32 games with 16 starts. He averaged 8.0 points per game while shooting 37.0 percent (64-of-173) from long distance and 86.5 percent (32-of-37) from the free throw line.
• Was named to the Big Ten All-Freshman Team after averaging 8.4 points per game in Big Ten action.
• His 64 three-pointers were the second most by a Purdue freshman in school history (E'Twaun Moore - 66 in 2008) and he led all Big Ten freshman in trifectas made.
• Made a three-pointer in 28-of-32 games as a freshman and at least three trifectas in 10 games.
• Connected on four three-pointers against Penn State, Minnesota and Michigan State.
• Scored in double-figures in six of the last 10 games of the season, averaging 10.1 points per game.
• Shot 22 free throws in the final nine games of the season. In the first 22 games, shot just 15 free throws.
• Went 20-of-22 (.909) from the free throw line in the final nine games.
• Scored a career-high 19 points (4-of-5 3Ps, 7-of-8 FTs) against Michigan State.

High School
• A four-star recruit, Stephens was ranked as the 61st-best prospect by Rivals.com and 65th by ESPN.com.
• as listed as the No. 3 prospect in the state of Illinois and the 15th-best shooting guard nationally by ESPN.com.
• A four-year starter at St. Charles East, Stephens' high school career was cut short by injury after 11 games during his senior campaign.
• As a junior, Stephens averaged 17.7 points and 7.5 rebounds per game.
• Was averaging 19.2 points per game during his abbreviated senior campaign.
• Was named MVP of the Ron Johnson Thanksgiving Tournament as a senior, where he tallied totals of 22, 31 and 30 points, leading St. Charles East to its first tournament title since 1994.
• Attended the National Basketball Players Association top 100 camp last summer where he roomed with teammate Bryson Scott.
• His father, Everette, played at Purdue in the mid-80s and scored 1,044 career points in 119 career games.
• Coached by Brian Clodi and Patrick Woods.

Personal
• Full name is Kendall Everette Stephens.
• Majoring in business.
• Born Nov. 11, 1994.
• Son of Everette and Kay Stephens.
• Has two sisters, Chanel and Paris.

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