25 Mack Mercer
25 Mack Mercer
Height: 6-9
Weight: 230
Year: Junior
Hometown: Plymouth, Ind.
Position: F
Last School: Plymouth HS
Experience: 2L

Statistics: 2016 | 2015

2016-17: Redshirt.

2015-16: OVC Commissioner's Honor Roll ... 23 game appearances ... Seven double figure scoring games ... Missed first six games (injury) ... Career-high 20 points, 10 rebounds at Cleveland State (12/19/15) ... 16 points at BYU (11/28/15) in season debut ... 16 points vs. Ouachita Baptist (12/15/15) ... 13 points vs. Murray State (1/14/16) ... 12 points, nine rebounds at Morehead State (2/13/16) ... 11 points vs. Lipscomb (12/1/15) ... 10 points vs. Morehead State (2/4/16).

2014-15: 28 game appearances ... Career-high 17 points, two blocks vs. Morehead State (2/14/15) ...  10 points vs. Eastern Illinois (3/5/15) ... Eight points, two rebounds at Tennessee Tech (2/21/15) ... Eight points, two rebounds at Morehead State (2/7/15) ... Seven points, two blocked shots at Tennessee State (1/25/15) ... Seven points vs. SIUE (1/7/13) ... Six points, two rebounds vs. [6/6] Virginia in NCAA Tournament Second Round (3/20/15) ... Six points, four rebounds at Eastern Illinois (1/10/15) ... Five points, three assists vs. Tennessee State (2/28/15).

Prior to Belmont: Four-year letterwinner at Plymouth High School for head coach Ryan Bales ... Heralded prep player, ranked among the top players in the state of Indiana ... Named to prestigious Indiana Senior All-Star team, one of only 13 players in the entire state so honored ... Named Indiana All-State ... Three-time All-Conference ... Two-time WSBT-TV Outstanding Student-Athlete ... Two-time team captain ... Averaged 17.5 points, 9.5 rebounds, and 3.8 blocked shots per game as a senior ... Averaged 19.0 points, 8.7 rebounds and 3.4 blocked shots per game as a junior ... IBCA First Team Academic All-State ... Played AAU basketball for Eric Gordon All-Stars coached by Brian Keeton.

Personal: Majoring in Political Science ... Has one sibling, David ... Also played high school football ... Lists Doug McDermott as favorite athlete.