#0 Clyde Trapp

Eastover, S.C.
High School:
Lower Richland HS
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Played in 29 games a freshman for the Tigers as a key reserve for a team that advanced to the Sweet 16 … one of two backcourt signees in the 2017 signing class … provides an athletic presence on the court, and proved to be a combo guard at the high school level … played AAU basketball under Edward Scott, a former All-ACC standout at Clemson and still one of the program’s career leaders in assists … played at Lower Richland High School, Scott’s alma mater … recruited by assistant coach Steve Smith.

Appeared in 32 games so far this season … has made three starts this season … has notched double-figure points on five occasions this season … made first career start against Radford (Dec. 15) and scored 11 points – his second double-digit scoring output of the season … Trapp played in a career-high 32 minutes in that contest against Radford … posted a then-career-high 13 points against The Citadel in the season-opener … posted a team-best four-straight 3-point makes between games against Creighton (Nov. 21) and Nebraska (Nov. 26) … grabbed a career-high seven rebounds against Saint Peter’s (Dec. 4) … he has set career-highs in field goal makes this season on two occasions with four – against The Citadel and Radford … he posted a career-best four steals against The Citadel … he also posted a career-high four free throw makes against the Bulldogs … scored a career-high 16 points against Pittsburgh (Jan. 29) … connected on a career-best four 3-pointers … finished a perfect 4-for-4 from the floor with nine points and four rebounds at Miami (Feb. 13) … made a season-high seven consecutive shots between games at Miami and Louisville (Feb. 16) … posted seven points, four rebounds and 2 assists at Louisville … scored 15 points in a career-high-tying 32 minutes of action against North Carolina (March 2) … made three 3-pointers, grabbed five rebounds and collected two steals against the Tar Heels.

Appeared in 29 games for the Tigers, all as a reserve … averaged 7.8 minutes per contest … posted 1.8 points and 0.7 rebounds per game … tallied 17 assists, two blocks and two steals, while scoring 53 points … finished 39.0 percent from the floor, including 33.3 percent from three and 73.7 percent at the free throw line.

BEST GAMES, 2017-18 
Played 11 minutes in his collegiate debut in the season opener against Western Carolina and scored four points, grabbed two rebounds and tallied one assist … notched a career-high 28 minutes against Texas Southern and grabbed a season-high four rebounds … scored a career-high seven points in 14 minutes against UNC Asheville … played 20 minutes (career-high in an ACC game) against Pittsburgh and finished with three points … finished a perfect 3-for-3 on two occasions against UNC Asheville and Louisiana-Lafayette … appeared in two NCAA tournament games – playing a combined 13 minutes.

Rated the No. 4 prospect in the state of South Carolina by 247 Sports … top-200 prospect nationally according to 247 Sports as well … led Lower Richland High School to a AAAA state championship, where he scored 16 of his team-high 20 points in the fourth quarter … performed well at the 2016 Chick-fil-A Classic in Columbia … posted 29 points, five rebounds and four steals on Dec. 20 and followed two days later with a 20-point, nine-rebound effort … played in two showcase games following his senior season, the Carolinas All-Star Classic and Capital City Classic … produced 28 points and was named MVP for the South Carolina team in the Carolinas Classic in Myrtle Beach … scored team-high 31 points in Capital City Classic … Offensive MVP of the Big Shots SC Top 100 event in September 2016 … averaged 13 points per game for Lower Richland as a junior … committed to the Tigers following official visits to Charlotte, Georgia Tech and South Carolina.