There is a 30 percent increase from two years ago in the number of SJSU award winners
Rashad Muhammad led the Spartans with 17 points.
Jaleel Williams led the Spartans with 20 points in loss to Utah State
Darryl Gaynor, II carried the Spartans with a season-high 25 points.
AT SJSU: In his second season with the Spartans ... ranked as a three-star point guard by both Scout and ESPN upon signing with SJSU in April, 2014.
2014-15: Played in 29 contests and made 21 starts at point guard … averaged 9.0 points per game and finished second on the team with 58 assists … finished in double-digits scoring 10 times and had four 20-point performances … season-highs of 25 points and seven rebounds versus Nevada (2/7) … 24 points, five assists and two steals at Washington State (12/21) … season-high nine assists in the regular season opener versus Bethesda … hit a season-high six three-point baskets versus Seattle U (12/13) … led the team during a four-game stretch (12/13-1/3) averaging 17.0 points per game … season-high three steals at Utah State (12/31).
HIGH SCHOOL: A graduate of Durango High School in Las Vegas, Nev., where he played one season and was the state's leading scorer at 24.9 points per game ... a second-team all-state honoree ... led his team to the Division I Sunset Regional semifinal game ... first-team All-Sunset Region and All-Northwest Division honoree ... also ripped down 6.5 rebounds and dished out three assists per game ... played three seasons at Palo Verde High School before transferring to Durango High ... played his club basketball with the Las Vegas Prospects.
DARRYL: Has yet to declare a major ... enjoys listening to music and playing basketball ... sister Darriel played basketball at Mississippi State ... born August 15, 1996 in Jackson, Miss., and now calls Las Vegas, Nev., his hometown.