Corey Allmond, a 6-1 guard from Sam Houston State, worked out for the San Antonio Spurs today, according to his twitter account.
“It’s that time to show case my talent. I’m so hungry I feel sorry for whoever the Spurs put in front of me,” said Allmond.
Allmond is yet another in a long line of shooting specialists the Spurs have brought in. He averaged 15.9 points and 2.2 assists per game last year for the Bearcats and was 40% shooter from beyond the arc during his Sam Houston State career.
He led the Southland Conference and was ranked number 14 in NCAA Division I in three-pointers per game.
As you’ll see in the video below, Allmond is definitely capable of lighting it up. He scored 37 points against a highly-ranked Kentucky team and set a Rupp Arena, Southland Conference and Sam Houston State University record with 11 treys at Kentucky.