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• Appeared in 21 games, starting senior night against Charlotte at the Super Pit.
• Scored a season-high four points, making his first field goal of the season against Southern Illinois.
• Scored six points on the season and grabbed seven rebounds in 21 games.
• Finished four of six from the free throw line for 66.7 percent.
North Texas 2014-15
• 32 assists ranked fifth at NT, but he led the squad in assists per minute (.084).
• Shot 34.6 percent (9-of-26) from 3-point, which ranked second only to Maurice Aniefiok (38.8 percent) at NT.
• At 1.00, Eaglin joined T.J. Taylor (1.05) and Colin Voss (1.23) as the only players on the roster with a positive assist/turnover ratio.
• Finished the season with just 10 turnovers over his last 133 minutes (15 games).
• Tallied five-assist games against UTSA and Charlotte.
• Had a four-game span with 16 total assists (4.0 per game) midway through the season.
• Averaged 1.9 points per game, and posted five games with at least four points.
• Solid game at Rice featured a season-high 10 points, 4 steals, 2 assists and zero turnovers in 28 minutes.
• Ranked third in the country among all NJCAA players with 7.6 assists per game in 2013-14.
• Still averaged 15.2 points per game for Tyler JC.
• Second-Team All-Region IV selection.
• Tallied eight games with at least 10 assists, including four outings with 12 helpers.
• A threat from the perimeter, the sophomore sank 51 3-pointers on a 39.8 percent clip.
• In his biggest scoring output of the season against Panola College, Eaglin racked up 42 points on 7-of-10 shooting from 3-point, and added eight rebounds.
• Averaged 3.7 rebounds per game in 2013-14.
The Woodlands Christian HS
• Earned TAPPS All-State first-team honors as a senior at The Woodlands Christian High School in 2011-12, and was an honorable mention selection as a junior.
• A versatile athlete, Eaglin was considered a Division I prospect in baseball as a shortstop and on the football field as a quarterback.