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Corey

Allen

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#11

Guard
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 205
Year: Redshirt Junior
Hometown: Ypsilanti, Mich.
High School: Ypsilanti
Other College: Detroit
Experience: Transfer

Bio

Career Bio & Statistics

ATHLETIC HONORS
• Horizon League Freshman of the Year (2017)
• Horizon League Freshman of the Week – Dec. 5, 2016
• Horizon League Freshman of the Week – Jan. 16, 2017
• Horizon League Freshman of the Week – Jan. 30, 2017

ACADEMIC HONORS
• Currently majoring in BIS Human Development

2018-19
Redshirt season after transferring from Detroit per NCAA rules.

2017-18
Played in 29 games and made 18 starts while averaging 14.4 points per game, eighth-most in the Horizon League . . . Tied for the team lead with 60 3-pointers and ranked seventh the conference with 2.1 3-pointers per game . . . Second on the squad and 11th in the league in 3-point field-goal percentage (38.2%) and third on the team and 13th in the conference in free throw percentage (79.0%) . . . Scored in double figures in 22 of 29 games with six 20-plus point contests and three 30-plus point games . . .The three 30-point games were tied for the second most in the conference and were the most by a Titan since the 2002-03 campaign.

Against Houston Baptist in the 2K Sports Classic Benefitting the Wounded Warrior Project, posted a game, career-high and Belmont Curb Event Center record with 39 points, shooting 12-of-20 from the field and 7-of-13 from long range to go with a career-tying five assists which earned him a spot on the 2K Sports Classic Belmont Subregional Team . . . Tallied his third 30-point game of the year with a game-high 34 points against Youngstown State going 8-of-16 from the field, 5-of-9 from three and a career-best 13-of-16 at the free throw line, netting 22 in the second half . . . Poured in 32 points against Western Michigan shooting 12-of-21 overall with five treys and scored 19 points in the second half . . . Had a game-high 25 points going 9-of-14 from the field with eight rebounds and had the game-winning layup as time expired over Cleveland State . . . Registered his first career double-double with 10 points and a career-best 13 rebounds against Northern Kentucky.

2016-17
Highest scoring freshman in the Horizon League at 14.4 points per game, second on the team and 11th in the conference . . . Ended the season with 432 points, the third-most by a freshman in school history . . .  Pulled down 3.0 rebounds and dished out 1.8 assists per game . . . Shot 43.9 percent from the field – second on the team – and 44.8 percent from three (78-of-174) . . . Topped the Horizon League and was fourth in the NCAA in three-point field goal percentage (44.8 %), second in school history . . . Third in the league and 78th in the nation with 2.60 three-point field goals per game . . . 78 3-pointers were third in the conference and eighth in the school record book . . . Hit a triple in 26 of his 30 games, including 14 games with three or more, 10 with four or more and four games with five or more . . . Second on the Titans and tied for 14th in the conference with 1.0 steals per game and 30 total steals . . . Notched double-figures in scoring 20 times with nine 20-point games . . . Poured in a Titan true freshman record of 33 points – 27 in the second half - against Fort Wayne, the most ever by a “true” freshmen.

Against Fort Wayne, went 11-of-17 from the field and 9-of-13 from 3-point range - the most in the Horizon League during the season - along with a career-high five assists . . . Led the Titans with 16 points along with picking up three rebounds and two assists versus Adrian in collegiate debut . . . Netted 20 points (7-11 FG, 4-6 3FG) against EMU . . . Hit four triples and ended with 16 points, five rebounds, two assists, a block and a steal at Murray State . . . Led Detroit with 23 points versus Wright State . . . Tallied 17 points with five boards and two steals at Oakland . . . Finished with 20 points, three assists and two steals against Green Bay . . . Posted a game-high 27 points at Youngstown State going 10-of-16 overall and 6-of-10 from 3-point range . . . Team-high 24 points at Cleveland State, going 8-of-17 overall and 6-of-9 from distance.

PREP
Rated the No. 7 player in the state by Bank Hoops - as well as one of the top point guards - and Prep Hoops had him listed as the No. 9 player in Michigan . . . Earned four varsity letters at Ypsilanti High School under coach Steve Brooks, where he played with fellow Division I players Jaylen Johnson (Louisville) and Janeau Joubert (Central Michigan) . . . In four years, Ypsilanti was 79-15, including 22-2 as a senior, and won its conference in all four seasons . . . Led Ypsilanti to its third-straight Class A regional championship as well as a fourth-straight SEC White Division and Class A district title in 2016 . . . Tallied 23.2 points, 7.8 rebounds and 4.3 assists per game in his final prep year, shooting 52 percent from the field, 48 percent from behind the arc and 86 percent at the free throw line . . . In his career, he totaled over 1,500 points . . . Earned a number of accolades including finishing fourth in the Mr. Basketball voting with 1,597 points as a senior . . . Was also selected to the Detroit Free Press and Detroit News Dream Team and was MLive’s Ann Arbor News’ Player of the Year . . . A four-time All-Conference honoree and was tabbed Class A Honorable Mention All-State by the Associated Press, Fifth Team All-State by the Detroit Free Press and All-Area by the Detroit News as a junior after posting 20.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 5.0 assists per game . . . The first Michigan Mr. Basketball Finalist to sign with the Titans out of high school since Ray McCallum in 2010 and only the ninth Mr. Basketball Finalist to sign with Detroit Mercy straight out of high school.
PERSONAL
Full name is Corey Allen-Williams . . . Born on October 4, 1998, in Ypsilanti, Michigan . . . Son of Stefhaw Allen and Nakeisha Murphy . . . Has four siblings . . . Dad played basketball at Henry Ford Community College . . . Uncle played basketball at Auburn . . . Enjoys playing video games and listening to music.
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