Myles Stute - Men's Basketball - Vanderbilt University Athletics

#10 Myles Stute

Forward

Class Sophomore
Height 6'7"
Weight 210
Hometown Washington, D.C.
High School Gonzaga
Major Undeclared

Student-Athlete Features

VUCommodores.com — A Stute of the Game

As a Freshman (2020-21)
• Played in 21 games and started three
• Averaged 3.9 points and 2.3 rebounds in 15.0 minutes per game
• Season-high 16 points, four threes and six rebounds at Kentucky (Jan. 5)
• Scored 11 points in season-high 31 minutes in first career start against Florida (Dec. 30)
• Also scored 16 points with four threes and five rebounds in win over Alcorn State (Dec. 27)
• Made collegiate debut with three points and three rebounds in win over Valparaiso (Nov. 27)

The Stute File
• Prepped at Gonzaga College (D.C.) under head coach Steve Turner
• Four-year letterwinner
• Nominated as 2020 McDonald’s All-American
• 2020 all-state second team
• 2019 all-conference second team
• Won 2020 DC State Athletic Association (DCSAA) championship
• Helped Gonzaga capture the 2019 WCAC championship
• Took third place in the 2019 City of Palms Tournament in Fort Myers, Fla.
• Selected to the All-Tournament team at the 2018 Slam Dunk to the Beach Tournament
• Won the 2017 Triple Crown with 32-5 regular season record (WCAC championship, DC State Athletic Association championship, and Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament title)
• Named all-tournament as two-time DC Classic Tournament champions (2017, 2019)
• Played AAU for Team Takeover on the EYBL circuit
• Son of Natalie and Will Stute
• Born in Minneapolis, Minn.
• Mother was a bowler at Florida A&M University
• Grandfather, Melvin Henderson, played football at University of Minnesota
• Aunt, Karie Conner, played women’s basketball at Miami (Ohio)
• Has and older brother, Kai and two younger brothers, Malik and Malcom
• Played the bass cello in elementary school
• First job was a custodian at the neighborhood barbershop at age 11
• Chose Vanderbilt over offers from Marquette, Texas A&M, Florida, Penn, Clemson, Pitt and Georgetown


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