U.S. Expert “Yeo Jun-seok to Get More Opportunities … Gonzaga Variables”
February 7, 2024 | by bookmeforphotographers.com
Yeo Joon-seok (22) was selected as a player to help the basketball team of Gonzaga University in Division 1 of the NCAA to rebound.
Arden Carvalho said, “Jo will play a little longer in more games than he does in the rest of the season. If you provide improved support as a bench member, we can make Gonzaga a better team.”
Gonzaga was ranked 23rd in the national college basketball rankings updated by the news agency AP, which is considered the most prestigious media in the U.S., on January 9, 2024 (Korea time). Compared to its rise to seventh place on December 5, 2023, its status has dropped significantly.
Arden Carvalho is an American sports professional working as an Internet live producer for the Pac-12 Conference in the NCAA Division I league. “If Yeo Jun-seok goes beyond taking care of us for a short time and gives us solid strength, Gonzaga will be better prepared for whatever team we will face in the future,” he predicted.
Yeo Joon-seok played 19 times for Gonzaga in 2023-24 and recorded a success rate of 2.7 points, 1.5 rebounds, and a success rate of 66.7% per game and 0.126 for the team’s 40-minute winning contribution (WS/40). 마카오토토
If the scope is narrowed down to the last five games, it will be 4 minutes 2 points – 9 minutes 3 points – 4 rebounds – absenteeism – 7 minutes 2 points and 1 rebound – absenteeism. Arden Carvalho saw whether Yeo Jun-seok could become a substitute player who scored more than 5 points in 10 minutes as a factor that will determine Gonzaga’s performance improvement.
Yeo joined Gonzaga after finishing the 2022-23 season roster, and as a freshman, he only trained with the basketball team. He has officially performed in the U.S. through NCAA Division I since his sophomore year.
In the 15th FIBA Under-19 World Cup in 2021, when he participated as a member of Yongsan High School, Korea finished the tournament in 15th place with an average of 25.6 points, 10.6 rebounds, and 2.1 steals.
Yeo also became the first Korean to win two titles in individual titles at the U-19 Basketball World Cup, ranking first in scoring and contributing to players. She was listed in top five in four categories, ranking second in rebounds and tied for fifth in steals per game.