Homewtown: Colleyville, Texas
AAU/Club: 3D Empire in the Under Armour Circuit
High School: Colleyville Heritage
Key Stats: He contributed 23.6 points, 4.2 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.8 steals per game his senior season. Hebb also notches a 52.4 field goal percentage.
Other Notes: As a junior, Hebb was named Texas 7-5A Offensive Player of the Year and is one of two players in Colleyville Heritage High School history to obtain all-state recognition.
Fun Fact: “I love playing video games. My favorite game is Call of Duty and I love playing with my friends.”
Reason for Choosing Loyola: “The family aspect is what did it for me. Everyone was just super nice the coaches believed in me. Just being around the guys and the culture that is happening at Loyola and I just want to be a part of it.”
Homewtown: Edina, Minnesota
AAU/Club: Minnesota Fury
High School: Edina
Key Stats: He contributed an average of 19 points and 11 rebounds per game during his senior season.
Other Notes: Hutson will not play this year, despite being eligible. He’s considered a walk-on, but according to Hutson the plan is for him to redshirt this year to have all four years of eligibility on scholarship.
Fun Fact: “I was 17 when I got on to campus. I’m pretty young for my age and I should be in the 2021-22 class.”
Reason for Choosing Loyola: “It was the best fit academically for me. I thought it was the best fit for me as a center coming in [because of] how Loyola uses its centers like Cameron Krutwig this year or even past years. I also just love being in the city.”
Homewtown: South Bend, Indiana
Former School: Indiana University Bloomington
Key Stats: During his sophomore year at Indiana he played in 18 games and recorded 2.8 points and 2.2 rebounds per game.
Other Notes: Due to NCAA transfer rules, he will not play in the 2020-21 season. In high school, Anderson was rated as the No. 2 player in the state of Indiana. He was also a four star recruit coming out of highschool.
Fun Fact: “I’m fun. I’m funny. Comedy. I’m a little bit of a comedian.”
Reason for Transferring to Loyola: “Everybody that has transferred in the past few years has had [a lot of success]. I have a lot of confidence in what the coaches have to bring for me, to develop me.”
All statistics are courtesy of Loyola Athletics