Jamal Wilson is averaging 17.5 points per game this season for Rhode Island, improving from his junior output of 5.1 points over 19.6 minutes last season as a junior.

Wilson's usage has jumped from 18.0% to 26.5%. His True Shooting Percentage has also jumped from 44.8% to 53.0%.

Wilson had 38 points in the first game of the season against George Mason and then 24 points against Texas. 

Rhode Island is just 1-10 on the season, though they have lost to George Mason, Boston U, and Yale by six points or less.

Delroy James and Marquis Jones, Rhode Island's two leading scorers last season, were lost to graduation. Akeem Richmond was also lost, as he transferred to East Carolina.