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There will be few better stories in the draft if Gladieux ends up being chosen. He had a great showing at the NBA's first pre-draft camp at Portsmouth and was also invited to play in the final camp in Chicago in June. Gladieux started his college career at Toledo and, after a coaching change, transferred to Bellarmine. Wanting another chance at Division I, he called Coastal Carolina, which was only too willing to take a chance on a player with one year of eligibility left. Gladieux paid his own way during a redshirt season, then averaged 16 points while playing all three perimeter spots as a senior. He's a good shooter who proved as much by making some huge baskets at Portsmouth.
Senior SeasonHis only year at Coastal Carolina
First Team Big South Conference
Big South Scholar Athlete of the Year for men's basketball
Led CCU in scoring, assists and steals
Played over 30 minutes in all but five games
Scored 30 points on Jan. 20 (vs. Campbell) - the first time in three seasons since a Chanticleer scored 30+ in a game
His 106 FTs rank as eighth-best in CCU history
Junior SeasonSat out the season after transferring from Bellarmine (KY) College
Bellarmine (KY) CollegePlayed the '97-98 season
He lead the division II team in scoring (20.1). It was also tops in the conference
Set a school record with 65 steals
Honarable Mention D-II All-America
University of Toledo (OH)Played there during the '95-96 and '96-97 season
Averaged 7.1 ppg as a sophomore
NotablesTwo-time All-State selection at Rossford HS
USA Today honorable-mention All-America in HS
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