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PF Rhondi Hackett

6-7 (201 CM) 220 lbs

Agent: Free Agency Basketball

College: NCAA Div. 2 Lincoln Memorial (19-20) *Rookie

Notable Awards:  114 Wins in 4 years at LMU (2 Final 4 appearances, National Championship Game appearance,4 SAC Conference Champsionships, 3 SAC Tournament Championships), Lead SAC Conference in FG % 63.9 (97-152), 7th All time in LMU Shot blocks (98)

"Rhondi is a big signing for us. He comes from a dominate progam in NCAA Division 2 basketball in Lincoln Memorial. Plus he played for a great coach in Josh Schertz, who has coached many players who have gone on to play at the pro level. I really like his overall skill for an athletic 6-7 player. He can score on the block and from the 3pt. line. He runs the floor very well and is active on the boards. Another great skill of his is his ability to pass the basketball. LMU initiated the offense a lot thru him at the trail spot. He is skilled in a lot of areas. Another great skill of his is his ability to guard the pick and roll (Coach Schertz said one of the best he has had it). He also has great timing and is an excellent shot blocker. His numbers all in all are solid especially considering the type of talented winning team he was on and the minutes he played. He is going to be a solid pro next season. David Gonzalez (President of FA Basketball/FIBA Agent) are really happy with bringing Rhondi into our family of players" Michael Stinnett Free Agency Director of Scouting

2019-20 Lincoln Memorial  University  7.2 ppg, 3.9rpg, 1.4apg  32-1 Record for Team (Ranked #2 in Nation) Stat Link:

Led the league in shooting at 63.8 percent (97-of-152) ... Started 30 of 31 games played and averaged 17.9 minutes a contest ... Scored 224 points, averaging 7.2 points per game ... Grabbed 121 rebounds, 95 on the defensive side of the court, and averaged 3.9 rebounds per outing ... Ranked 37th nationally and third in the SAC with 46 blocks and was 51st nationally and third in the league in blocked shots per game (1.5) ... Handed out 43 assists and claimed eight steals ... Reached double figures in scoring nine times and hauled in a career-high 10 rebounds in the home win over Coker (Jan. 25) ... Scored a career-best 20 points on 8-for-13 shooting in the road victory at Anderson (Jan. 18) ... Recorded 16 points and eight rebounds in the SAC Tournament quarterfinal win versus Mars Hill (March 4) ... Brought down six or more rebounds in seven different outings and had 11 multi-block games ... Tied his career-high with five blocks in the home victory against Tusculum (Feb. 26) ... Notched four blocks in both the win over top-15 ranked Queens (Dec. 7) and in the SAC Tournament title game victory, also against Queens (March 8) ... Handed out a career-best four assists in three different games, in wins at Wingate (Nov. 23), versus nationally-ranked Queens (Dec. 7) and against Lenoir-Rhyne (Dec. 18).

2018-19 NCAA Div. 2 Lincoln Memorial : Stat Link:

 Competed in all 29 games, making 11 starts and averaging 12.4 minutes per contest ... Averaged 5.3 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.1 blocks ... Led the team in blocks with 33 and was sixth in the SAC in blocks per game ... Shot .677 from the field (63-for-93) and went 5-for-9 from beyond the arc (.556) ... Scored 154 points and tallied 91 rebounds ... Started the first two games of the season and made six consecutive starts in conference play from Jan. 16 to Feb. 2 ... Logged a season-high 28 minutes in the win at Mars Hill (Jan. 16) ... Reached double-figure scoring four times and had nine outings with multiple blocks ... Recorded a season-high 15 points on 7-for-9 shooting in the win at Mars Hill (Jan. 16) and scored 14 in the victory at Coker (Jan. 26) ... Posted 13 points in the home win over Mars Hill (Feb. 20) and had 12 at Carson-Newman (Jan. 30) ... Collected at least five rebounds on eight different occasions, including a season-best nine in the blowout of Paine College (Nov. 20) and eight in the win at Coker (Jan. 26) ... Also posted seven rebounds at Carson-Newman (Jan. 30) ... Set a career-high in blocks with five in the home victory over Wingate (Dec. 15) and made four in the rout of visiting Hiwassee College (Feb. 13). 

2017-18  NCAA Div. 2 Lincoln Memorial :  Stat Link:

Saw the court for action in 29 games, making his first career start in the historic 87-point blowout of Mars Hill (Dec. 11) ... Averaged 6.1 minutes of playing time a game ... Shot 60.4 percent (32-of-53) from the field and 40 percent (6-of-15) from beyond the arc ... Averaged 2.8 points and 2.2 rebounds per game ... Totaled 64 rebounds, 54 on the defensive side of the court, handed out 10 assists, made three steals and blocked 13 shots ... Scored a season-high 12 points on 4-for-6 shooting in the SAC Tournament quarterfinals versus Anderson in Harrogate (Feb. 28) ... Played a season-high 17 minutes in the lopsided win over Bluefield College (Dec. 6) ... Collected a season-best six rebounds in home wins over Bluefield College (Dec. 6) and Mars Hill (Dec. 11) and had five in victories at Catawba (Jan. 20) and against Anderson (Feb. 28) ... Dished out a season-high four assists in the 46-point home rout of Coker (Jan. 6). 

2016-17  NCAA Div. 2 Lincoln Memorial : Stat Link:

Appeared in 15 games, averaging 3.1 minutes per contest ... Connected on 7-of-18 (.389) from the floor and grabbed 19 rebounds, including 15 on the defensive end of the floor ... Tallied six blocks ... Saw a season-high five minutes of action in the season-opening victory over King (Nov. 11), in the rout at UVa-Wise (Nov. 26) and in the 41-point win over Lenoir-Rhyne (Nov. 30) ... Scored a season-best four points in the SAC Tournament semifinal win over Carson-Newman (March 4) ... Collected a trio of rebounds three times and made a pair of blocks in the win at Brevard (Feb. 1). 
2015-16 (Freshman): Utilized his redshirt season.

Prior to LMU: All-state player at Emerald High School in Greenwood, South Carolina ... Led the state of South Carolina in blocked shots as a senior in 2014-15 ... Named All-Lakeland Region First Team in his final prep year ... Played AAU ball for SC Raptor Elite under the direction of head coach Lamont Simmons ... Also competed for Upward Stars.


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