#3 Maxwell Evans


Height 6'2"
Weight 190
Position G
Class Junior
Hometown Houston, Texas
High School Bellaire


  • Evans, a 6’2 guard from Bellaire High School in Houston, Texas, was the number 16-ranked prospect in the state of Texas and 247sports.com ranked him as the 11th-ranked combo guard nationally at the end of his junior season.
  • Chose the Commodores over Purdue, Northwestern, and Kansas State.
  • Played in 60 total games and made 17 starts in his career.

Junior (2019-20):

  • Scored a career-high 31 points on Feb. 5, 2020 vs. LSU.
  • Tallied 15 points vs. Arkansas.
  • Evans has started 22 of 24 games this season and averages 24+ minutes per game.

Sophomore (2018-19):

  • Played in 31 games and made two starts as a sophomore.  Averaged 3.8 points and 1.4 rebounds per game.
  • Made first start of the season at Missouri and played a season-best 27 minutes.
  • Tallied double digits in four games as a sophomore.
  • Scored a career-high 16 points in season-best 26 minutes against Savannah State.
  • Scored 10 points at Georgia.

Freshman (2017-18):

  • Played in 29 games and made 15 starts.  Averaged 3.9 points per game in 13.0 minutes.
  • Scored in double figures in four games as a true freshman, including a career-high 16-point effort in a win over Georgia.
  • Tallied 14 points against Houston Baptist and at Ole Miss.
  • Grabbed career-high nine rebounds at Arkansas.
  • Made career-high three three-pointers against Texas A&M.
  • Played career-high 29 minutes at Auburn.

High School:

  • Four-year starter and captain who averaged 32.7 points, 7.1 rebounds, 6.5 assists, 3.2 steals, and 2.0 blocks as a senior at Bellaire, where he played for coach Bruce Glover.


  • Maxwell Evans.
  • September 17, 1998.
  • Son of Carlis and Sharon.
  • Is a triplet with sisters Megan and Maya, who each play volleyball at Alabama A&M.
  • Also has an older brother Denzel, who is a running back at the University of Kansas.
  • Majoring in Sociology.
  • Advice to young people:  “Always work hard on what you want to achieve.”

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