Champ Oguchi will also play in the Las Vegas NBA Summer League for the Chicago Bulls.
Notable: Entered his name in the 2009 NBA Draft before withdrawing it June 13.
2008-09: Named the 2009 State Farm Missouri Valley Conference Tournament Most Outstanding Player, only the second player in league history to receive the award from a member of the runner-up team Earned First-Team All-Missouri Valley Conference honors Selected to the Valley's All-Defensive Team Named the Valley Player of the Week three times (Dec. 1, Jan. 5 and Feb. 16) Named the Most Valuable Player of the World Vision Invitational, which was hosted by Illinois State Named to the SMU Tipoff Classic All-Tournament Team Scored the first game-winning basket of his basketball career (all levels) when he drove the lane for a game-winning lay up at Evansville (Feb. 11) Scored the 1,000th point of his career at Central Michigan (Dec. 17) Started 33 games and played in all 34 Did not start at Indiana State (Jan. 10), after developing flu-like symptoms prior to the tip Scored in double-digits in 28 games Posted five 20-point scoring games Tossed in a season-high 24 points against Nicholls in the first day of the World Vision Invitational Shared the team lead with four double-doubles (each points and rebounds) and now has six on his career Collected a career-best three blocked shots against Evansville at the State Farm Missouri Valley Conference Tournament and finished with a team-best seven blocks in the three games combined at the tournament Prior to the start of the season was named the Valley's Preseason Player of the Year Received the 2008-09 Bob and Audrey Weber Endowed Scholarship in June 2008.
2007-08:First-team All-Missouri Valley Conference and the Larry Bird Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year runner-up Recorded 33 starting assignments Averaged 15.8 points, 5.7 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.3 steals per game on a 43.2 field goal percentage Two-time Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Week (Nov. 18 and Feb. 18) Made a career-high 12 field goals at Indiana State 28 double-digit scoring efforts in the last 31 games, including a career-best 34-point effort at Indiana State 30 total double-digit scoring outputs, including nine efforts with 20 or more points Averaged a league-second-best 17.1 points per game to go along with 5.6 rebounds per game on a 47.2 shooting percentage in Valley play Tallied seven or more rebounds 13 times Recorded career-highs in points (34 at Indiana State), rebounds (13 at Eastern Michigan), assists (six versus Utah State), steals (six versus SEMO), blocks (two versus SIU and at Bradley) and minutes played (38 versus Creighton) Tallied first career double-doubles at Eastern Michigan and Bowling Green.
2006-07: The 2007 Missouri Valley Conference Freshman of the Year Averaged 9.5 points and 4.5 rebounds per game Tallied 12 double-digit scoring outings, including three in the last four games of the season Named Valley Newcomer of the Week (Feb. 26) His career-high 28 points at Creighton (Jan. 1) tied the third-highest single-game total by a freshman in Illinois State history Tied the school record with eight made three-pointers in the game at Creighton In his hometown, tossed in 19 points at Illinois-Chicago (Dec. 23).
Phillips Academy:As a senior, averaged 25 points, eight rebounds and three assists per game Named first-team all-city in 2006 Second-team all-state selection by Illinois Hoops and was named third-team all-state by the Associated Press Rated No. 137 in the national 2006 recruiting class by Rivals.com and No. 38 nationally among shooting guards Ranked as the Valley's top incoming freshman by Scout.com As a junior, averaged 21 points, six rebounds, three assists and nearly five steals Played in the 2005 Wallace Prather Jr. Memorial All-Star Classic, which features the top players from the adidas camp The 2005 IHSA Class AA Slam Dunk Champion Played in the 2006 Riverwar All-Star Game Coached by Paris Parham, current ISU assistant coach.
Personal: Full name: Osiris Eldridge Birthdate: June 18, 1988 Birthplace: Chicago Mother: Beverly Eldridge Major: undeclared Osiris means "the Egyptian god of the dead" Pronounced: oh-SY-ris.
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