Former Detroit Mercy Forward and Savannah native Noah Waterman will be suiting up for a new basketball team next season. Waterman, who stands at 6’11”, will be joining the BYU Cougars per his Instagram.
In his senior high school season in 2018-19, Waterman led Finger Lakes Christian School (Seneca Falls) to a 20-2 record, averaging 17.5 points and 8.8 rebounds per game on route to capturing the Empire State Christian Athletic League (ESCAL) championship.
While spending two seasons at Detroit Mercy, Waterman played 36 games and started 29 of them. He averaged 9.6 PPG on 44% from three. Waterman looks to make an impact on the Cougars roster, who finished 5th in the West Coast Conference last year.
Waterman still has three years of eligibility left.
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