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Men's Basketball

Henson announces signing of Isaiah Wyatt for 2023-24

SAN ANTONIO – Adding a new scorer into the mix for the 2023-24 Roadrunners, UTSA men's basketball has brought in another versatile guard, as head coach Steve Henson announced on Monday, June 5, the signing of transfer Isaiah Wyatt for next season. 

Originally from Toledo, Ohio, Wyatt is a 6-foot-3, 200-pound guard/forward who played his high school ball in Fort Worth and is coming back to Texas following an impressive 2022-23 season at Chadron State in northwestern Nebraska. Earning All-Conference honors, Wyatt led the Eagles with a stalwart 15.2 points per outing through 29 starts – scoring in double digits in 25 contests last season. Wyatt boasted a 45.1 shooting percentage from the field and led the NCAA Division II Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) in three-point shooting with 46.9 percent from beyond the arc, hitting a league second-best 2.8 threes per contest. He also shot .773 from the free throw line. Additionally, Wyatt averaged 5.3 rebounds per game, the second-best for CSC, while also registering 48 assists and 26 steals. 

"Isaiah has worked extremely hard to get to this point, and we are excited about him," Henson said. "He has consistently shot the three-ball at a very high percentage and we expect that to continue. We also like his strength and versatility. Isaiah will be able to play multiple positions and he is a prideful defender."

Before Chadron State, Wyatt played 47 games for Southwestern Christian just east of Dallas, making 46 starts and averaging 18.6 points per game. At SCC, Wyatt racked up 6.9 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game, while shooting 50.6 percent from the field and 44.8 percent from long range. He also played at Waco's McClennan Community College.

Wyatt prepped at Fort Worth's North Crowley High School, where he earned All-Conference first team, All-District 4-6A first team, All-Region 1, All-Regional Tournament honors and appeared in the Texas All-Star Game. He averaged 12.1 points, four rebounds, three assists and 1.5 steals per game playing for coach Tommy Brakel, helping the Panthers to a 34-4 overall record, a 16-0 record for the District 4-6A Championship and an appearance in the 6A Regional Quarterfinals to close out his senior season. 

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