For the last time in their collegiate careers, Purdue basketball’s Isaac Haas, P.J. Thompson, Dakota Mathias and Vincent Edwards will play in the NCAA Tournament in hopes of capturing a National Championship.
The four seniors were all starters at Purdue this season, helping the Boilermakers become one of the top teams in the nation with an overall record of 28-6.
In their four seasons with Purdue, Thompson, Haas, Mathias and Edwards have created countless memories for Boilermakers fans. In honor of its seniors, Purdue released a touching video about them, chronicling their evolution as players and men in the last four seasons.
🎥 WATCH: https://t.co/GGIEfvdsJm
We honored four incredible #Purdue seniors last night.
The best is yet to come. #NotDoneYet
— Purdue Men’s Basketball (@BoilerBall) March 9, 2018
These four seniors have saved their best seasons for last. Edwards is averaging career-highs with 14.5 points and 7.3 rebounds per game, while Haas is averaging 14.9 points, 5.6 rebounds and 1.4 blocks per game, all of which are also career-highs. Mathias is averaging career-highs in points (12.4), assists (4.1) and rebounds (4.1) per game. While Thompson’s 7.1 points per game are not a career-best, he is shooting a career-high 43.8 percent from 3-point range.
To watch the video, click here:
Purdue will find out its seeding and region for the NCAA Tournament on Sunday.