5 - Bryant Orange
Bryant Orange
Height: 6-2
Weight: 210
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Chicago, Ill.
High School: Simeon
Position: G

Prior to FSU: Averaged 15.5 points per contest and nearly four assists per game for Triton College, which is a two-year junior college located near Chicago in River Grove, Ill. ... Attained National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division II First Team All-America laurels ... Over his two seasons at Triton College, he helped lead the Trojans to a 59-11 mark as the program became a national contender under head coach Steve Christiansen ... Wrapped up his career as one of the top players ever to wear the cardinal red and gold colors by scoring 767 points in 59 games played ... During his freshman campaign in 2010-11, Orange played only the second half of the season and had an immediate impact as he averaged 12.4 points per contest and earned Most Valuable Player laurels in the NJCAA Region IV Tournament after leading the Trojans to the national tournament ... Eventually claimed All-National Tournament Team recognition a year ago by elevating his play during Triton's magical run that fell just short of a national championship ... Averaged more than 20 points per contest over four games in the national tourney and his 24-point performance in the third-place contest propelled the Trojans to an overtime win and a school-record 31st victory to conclude the 2010-11 season ... As a sophomore, he led the team in scoring and was named North Central Community College Conference (N4C) Most Valuable Player in helping Triton win the conference crown ... In addition, he claimed NJCAA All-Region IV First Team recognition and was part of a squad that broke the school record for most consecutive home wins at 33 and counting ... The Trojans finished the 2011-12 campaign with a 28-5 overall mark ... As a prep senior, Orange helped lead Chicago Simeon to a second-straight Illinois High School Asssociation (IHSA) Class AA State Championship as one of five senior starters in 2007 on a unit that included current NBA All-Star and roommate Derrick Rose of the Chicago Bulls ... Averaged 10 points and four rebounds on the state title team guided by head coach Robert Smith.