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Jesse Edwards Gets Invited to NBA G League Elite Camp

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Kelsie LeRose / WVSN

Former WVU C Jesse Edwards was invited to the NBA G League Elite Camp, which will take place from May 11-12 in Chicago. This gives Edwards the opportunity to showcase himself into the NBA draft combine.

The following list comes from ESPN’s Jonathan Givony:

  • Mark Armstrong – Villanova
  • Adama Bal – Santa Clara
  • Keion Brooks Jr. – Washington
  • Terrell Burden – Kennesaw State
  • Branden Carlson – Utah
  • Walter Clayton Jr. – Florida
  • Isaiah Crawford – Louisiana Tech
  • Yongxi Cui – China
  • Clarence Daniels – New Hampshire
  • Thierry Darlan – G League Ignite
  • Johnell Davis – Florida Atlantic
  • Garwey Dual – Providence
  • Sean East II – Missouri
  • Jesse Edwards – West Virginia
  • Tristan Enaruna – Cleveland State
  • Allen Flanigan – Mississippi
  • Enrique Freeman – Akron
  • Blake Hinson – Pitt
  • Eli John Ndiaye – Spain)
  • Isaac Jones – Washington State
  • Arthur Kaluma – Kansas State
  • Jaedon LeDee – San Diego State
  • Xaivian Lee – Princeton
  • Jalen Lewis – Overtime Elite
  • KJ Lewis – Arizona
  • Malique Lewis – Mexico City Capitanes
  • Caleb Love – Arizona
  • Baba Miller – Florida State
  • Emanuel Miller – TCU
  • Judah Mintz – Syracuse
  • Matthew Murrell – Mississippi
  • Baye Ndongo – Georgia Tech
  • Jameer Nelson Jr. – TCU
  • Ugonna Onyenso – Kentucky
  • Wooga Poplar – Miami
  • Mantas Rubstavicius – New Zealand
  • Babacar Sane – G League Ignite
  • Isaiah Stevens – Colorado State
  • Jarin Stevenson – Alabama
  • AJ Storr – Wisconsin
  • Nae’Qwan Tomlin – Memphis
  • Bryson Warren – Sioux Falls Skyforce
  • Anton Watson – Gonzaga
  • Jaylen Wells – Washington State

Edwards averaged 15.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 1.7 blocks through 23 games with the Mountaineers. Edwards was sidelined for over a month with a fractured right wrist from mid-December to late-January.

Edwards, who is set to begin a professional career, played in the Reese’s Division-I All-Star Game during the Final Four weekend in Phoenix, Az. The 6-foot-11 big man finished with eight points, nine rebounds and two blocks in 16 minutes.

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