Gallery: New players shine at Red and White Scrimmage
August 5, 2019
Fans saw their first glimpse of a revamped Houston team Monday night during the team’s Red and White Scrimmage.
Sophomore guard Quentin Grimes stole the show after a 17-point outing that included four rebounds and three assists. His performance helped the Red team best the White team 46-41.
Forward Cedrick Alley Jr., a fellow sophomore, also stood out during the Cougars’ 24 minute scrimmage.
The team will travel to Italy Wednesday morning and will play in several games during its 11-day trip.
The Red team beat out the White team 46-41 during Monday night’s scrimmage. | Trevor Nolley/The Cougar
After being redshirted during the 2018-19 season, freshman Caleb Mills will join the Cougars full-time this upcoming season. | Trevor Nolley/The Cougar
Sophomore guard Quentin Grimes leads Houston in points, averaging 14.8 per game through the first 14 games of the season. | File Photo
The Woodlands-native returned to the Houston area after transferring from Kansas earlier this season. | Trevor Nolley/The Cougar
Junior Justin Gorham transferred from Towson last year and has practiced daily with the Cougars since. | Trevor Nolley/The Cougar
Head coach Kelvin Sampson‘s team will have six guards for 2021-22 with the commitment of Thomas. | Kathryn Lenihan/The Cougar
Several notable alumni, including Corey Davis Jr. (center left), attended the scrimmage in support of their former team. | Kathryn Lenihan/The Cougar
Grimes’ dunk was one of the highlights of the night. | Kathryn Lenihan/The Cougar