Boilermakers fall to Texas Tech 78-65
No. 2 Purdue bounces Butler 76-73, heads to Boston for Sweet 16 vs. Texas Tech
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Haarms appeared in all 37 games as a redshirt freshman earning starts in the NCAA Tournament games against Butler and Texas Tech.
Averaged 4.8 points, 3.2 rebounds, 2.1 blocks and 0.6 assists per game while shooting 58.5 percent from the field (72 of 123).
Finished the year with 79 blocked shots, the second most by a freshman in school history and the seventh most by any player.
Had four games of five blocked shots, coming against Fairfield, Arizona, Lipscomb and Wisconsin.
Blocked at least two shots in 25 games and had seven games of four of more blocked shots, helping Purdue to a team-record 180 blocked shots.
His field goal percentage of 58.5 percent was the second-best mark by a Purdue freshman in school history (min. 100 FGAs).
Posted double-figure scoring games against Tennessee State (14), SIU Edwardsville (11) and Wisconsin (10).
Grabbed at least five rebounds in 10 games, including a career-high eight against NCAA Tournament team Lipscomb.
Scored six points with five blocked shots and four rebounds in 20 minutes against Arizona and likely No. 1 NBA Draft pick DeAndre Ayton.
Scored seven points with six rebounds, two blocks and one assist in his first career start against Butler in the NCAA Tournament.
Made his first career 3-pointer in a January win over Wisconsin.
Had just 30 turnovers in 634 minutes.
Named to the Big Ten's All-Academic Team.
Joined the team at the semester break, using his redshirt year.
Went against Isaac Haas and Caleb Swanigan every day in practice.
Has grown an inch and added about 20 pounds to his frame since his arrival at Purdue.
Ranked a 3-star forward by both Rivals and 247Sports, Haarms committed to Purdue on Oct. 4.
Was a member of the U-18 Dutch National Team.
Chose Purdue over offers from Colorado, Vanderbilt and Washington State.
Has a rare blend of athleticism and size who can step out and hit the 3-pointer, making him a tough matchup.
Started playing basketball at age 11 and left the Netherlands prior to his junior year to spend a year in Spain to help strengthen his game.
Sunrise coach Luke Barnwell described Haarms as skilled and mobile and able to "really fly and move laterally" defensively.
Haarms said "some of the best big men are coming out of Purdue. That was accentuated on my visit. I kept coming back to that every time I was thinking about a decision."
Played with the Chauncey Billups Elite AAU team in the Adidas Gauntlet series.
Attended the same school as Buddy Hield, a 2016 All-American at Oklahoma, and Michigan State point guard Lourawls "Tum Tum" Nairn.
Son of Peter Haarms and Martine van Hoorn.
Born April 22, 1997, in Amsterdam.
Becomes just the sixth international player to play at Purdue since the 1951-52 season.
A terrific student, Haarms boasted an ACT score of 30 in high school.