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Gian Clavell
Gian  Clavell

RS Senior

Caguas, Puerto Rico

High School:
Hialeah Garden High School

Last College:
Northwest Technical College

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 185



Liberal Arts


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Recap: Men's basketball defeats Loyola Marymount 83-75

Gian Clavell tied his career high with 21 points, helping Colorado State to its 35th straight home-opening win


Colorado State Ends Northern Iowa's Home-Court Streak, 84-78

Antwan Scott added 12 points and Emmanuel Omogbo 11 in the season opener.


2016-17 CSU Men's Basketball - CSU Bakersfield (credit: Don Reichert)

2016-17 CSU Men's Basketball - CSU Bakersfield (credit: Don Reichert)


2016-17 CSU Men's Basketball - CSU Bakersfield (credit: Abbie Parr)

2016-17 CSU Men's Basketball - CSU Bakersfield (credit: Abbie Parr)


2016-17 CSU Men's Basketball - Charleston - NIT First Round (credit: Don Reichert)

2016-17 CSU Men's Basketball - Charleston - NIT First Round (credit: Don Reichert)


Colorado State vs. Nevada

Mountain West Tournament Championship - March 11, 2017


2016-17 CSU Men's Basketball - San Diego State (credit: Don Reichert)

2016-17 CSU Men's Basketball - San Diego State (credit: Don Reichert)

Earned numerous honors, including Associated Press Honorable Mention All-America, NABC First Team All-District 17, USBWA All-District First Team, Mountain West Player of the Year (media and coaches), All-MW First Team and MW All-Defensive team... Led the Mountain West in league scoring at 20.4 points per game, including four games of 30 points or more... Also ranked in the top 10 in the league in seven other categories, leading in minutes played (36.6 mpg) and ranking second in steals (2.0 spg) and 3-pointers made (2.9 3pg), fourth in 3-point field goal percentage (.386) seventh in defensve rebounds (4.9 drpg), seventh in field goal percentage (43.0) and eighth in overall rebounding (6.3 rpg)... Scored in double figures in all 16 Mountain West games and 26 of 27 games played overall after missing the first nine games of the season... Tallied a career-high 37 points, with 30 in the second half and the game-winning layup with 3.8 seconds to play, at San Diego State, earning him MW Player of the Week honors... Earned a spot on the MW All-Tournament team after leading the Rams to the championship game for the first time since 2003 and averaging 27.0 points in the three contests... Had three double-doubles on the year, with the best a 24-point, career-high 12-rebound outing in the home win over San Jose State (Jan. 25)... Also had double-doubles at Fresno State (Jan. 18) and against San Diego State (Feb. 25)... Had 14 games of 20-plus points, including four of 30 or more, and 17 with six or more boards, five of those being 10-plus… The fourth CSU men's basketball player to ever be named All-America, joining Bill Green (1963), Lonnie Wright (1965) and Colton Iverson (2013).

2015-16 (SENIOR)
Started in all 10 games before an injury at practice Dec. 17 ended his season early… Was averaging 20.8 points, 6.9 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 36.9 minutes a game... Earned Corpus Christi Coastal Classic All-Tournament Team honors after scoring a career-high 35 points and making it a double-double with 10 rebounds in the championship game against UTEP (Nov. 28)…. As part of the tournament, tied then career high with 21 points (5-of-6 3-pointers) in win over Portland (Nov. 27) and posted his first career double-double with 21 points, 12 boards and season-highs of three steals and two blocks in the win vs Oakland (Nov. 22)… Had 23 points in the win over Arkansas-Fort Smith (Dec. 9)... Led team with 18 pts against Colorado (Dec. 6)... Had a double-double with 20 points and career-best 15 rebounds versus Long Beach State (Dec. 3)... Dished out a season-high seven assists along with 15 points and eight rebounds while playing 50 minutes against Abilene Christian (Nov. 24)… Scored in double figures in all 10 games, including six of 20 points or more…

2014-15 (JUNIOR)

Played in 33 of 33 games, making three starts for the Rams...Missed CSU’s overtime win at New Mexico State (Dec. 27) with a shoulder injury...Averaged 24.6 minutes per game...Ranked fourth on the team in scoring at 9.2 points per game, and third on the team with 44 three-pointers, connecting on 30.1 percent of his attempts from long range...Ranked second on the team with 4.4 three-point attempts per game and tied for second with 1.3 three-pointers made per contest...One of four Rams to attempt more than 100 free throws, ranked third on the team with 78 free-throws made, third on the team...Also averaged 3.7 rebounds per game (fifth on the team) and 1.0 steals per game (second)...Recorded 14 double-digit scoring games and five games with three or more three-pointers, all CSU victories...Recorded several career highs in the Rams’ home win vs. Nevada (Jan. 14), posting 21 points, including four three-pointers, hitting 7-of-11 field goals overall...Notched career-highs with seven reounds twice, vs. Georgia State (Nov. 21) and at Utah State (March 7)...Recorded at least one three-pointer in seven consecutive games between Nov. 26 vs. Missouri State and Dec. 13 vs. Arkansas-Fort Smith...Made his first-career start in the Rams’ win vs. Boise State (Dec. 31), and also started in the Rams’ win at Air Force (Jan. 10) and the team’s loss vs. San Diego State (March 13) in the MW Championship semifinals...Played a big role in the Rams’ win over UC Santa Barbara (Nov. 29) in the championship game of the GCI Great Alaska Shootout, posting 13 points including a career-best 6-for-6 shooting from the free-throw line.

2013-14 (SOPHOMORE)
Selected as a preseason junior college All-American by the Sporting News...Led Northwest Kansas Technical College to a 20-13, starting 30 of 32 games played for the Mavericks...Led the team in scoring for the second consecutive season, pouring in 16.6 points per contest, while adding 5.9 rebounds per game, 1.6 assists per game and 1.4 steals per contest...Scored a season-most 27 points on two occasions, vs. Neosho County (Jan. 10) and again vs. Hutchison (March 7) in the NJCAA regional tournament...Scored in double figures in 28 contests, including 12 games of 20 or more points...Shot 38 percent from the field and 36 percent from three-point range, while hitting 78 percent from the free-throw line...Earned All-Region honors.

2012-13 (FRESHMAN)
Helped Northwest Kansas Technical College to a 16-15 record as a true freshman in 2012-13...Led the team in scoring, assists and steals with averages of 19.4 points, 4.0 assists and 1.7 steals per game, while ranking second on the team at 6.7 rebounds per game...Scored a career-high 34 points in the Mavericks’ season finale at Hutchison in the NJCAA regional tournament...Scored in double figures in 26 of 30 games including 16 games with 20 or more points, including two 30-point games...Shot 45 percent from the field, including 39 percent from three-point range and connected at a clip of 75 percent from the free-throw line.

Attended Hialeah Gardens High School in Hialeah Garden, Fla., graduating in 2012...Played both basketball and volleyball for the Gladiators...Helped his squad to the 8A Florida State Championship as a senior in 2011-12 under head coach Marcos Molina...The team finished the season with a 29-5 record, closing the year on a 13-game winning streak, including a 63-46 victory over Hagerty in the state championship game...Averaged 15.2 points per game during his senior campaign.

Born in Caguas, Puerto Rico...Son of Doris Lopez and Gilberto Clavell...Has one older brother, Gilberto III, who played basketball at Sam Houston State...Majoring in liberal arts at Colorado State...Earned an associate’s degree as a medical assistant at Northwest Kansas Technical College prior to transferring to CSU.
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