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Water Wave Athletes

Water Wave TV LLC now serves as a management and agency to NCAA athletes. With the new rule in place athletes can now monetize themselves off of their "likeness" as a player. We ave a variety of athletes from different upbringings and that are at different Universities. We would love to work with your brand. If you would like to contact us about any of our athletes you can do so below.

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Jordan Horn

Jordan Horn is a basketball player for University of Texas Permian Basin. 2020-21: Played in 14 games as a senior... Led the Falcons averaging 19.3 points per game and in threes made with 36... Named to the Lone Star Conference All-Conference Second Team... Scored 12 points with nine rebounds in season opener at UT Tyler (12/11)… Scored 16 points with three steals at UT Tyler (12/12)… Scored career-high 32 points with five assists against Western New Mexico (12/15)… Scored 26 points and was 9-9 from the free throw line against Cameron (12/18)… Scored 26 points with seven steals and five assists against Cameron (12/19)… Scored 19 points in win over UAFS (1/2)… Scored 29 points, including 23 in the second half, with six rebounds and four steals against UAFS (1/3)... Scored 22 points with seven rebounds at Texas A&M - Kingsville (1/8)... Scored 28 points in overtime upset win over No. 11 DBU... Scored 15 of the final 17 points in regulation and hit the game-winning three in overtime in the win (1/29)... Scored 17 points against No. 11 DBU (1/30)... Named Lone Star Conference Offensive Player of the Week Feb. 1... Finished second on the team with 36 assists and a .900 free throw percentage... Led the team with 21 steals... Scored in double figures 12 times.

High School: Minnesota Mr. Basketball finalist for Tartan High School in 2017 … Third-team All State honoree as a senior in 2016-17 … After averaging more than 17 points per game as a sophomore and junior, he averaged 19 points and led Tartan to a 25-4 record his senior year.

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Abdoulaye Thiam
@Laye _ Thiam12

Abdoulaye Thiam is a basketball player for University of Minnesota. 

OVERVIEW: Committed to Minnesota in May 2021 and will enroll in school in June. 

PRIOR TO MINNESOTA: Played his first year at Indian River State College • named a First Team All-Southern Conference selection • helped the Pioneers to a Southern Conference Championship • team also qualified for the Junior College National Tournament where he was named to the FCSAA/NJCAA Region VIII All-Tournament Team • averaged 15 points per game, was 56 percent from the field and 48.6 three-point shooting percentage • saw action in all 24 games and scored double figures in 20 of them • averaged 15.7 points per game in conference action, shot 59.8 percent from the field and 54.4 percent from three-point range • the Pioneers finished the season 20-4 overall and 10-2 in league play.  

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Dr. Phillips High School • averaged 17.6 ppg and most notably had 34 points en route to a Class 7A, District 3 title • team finished the 2019-20 with a 20-8 record • also averaged seven rebounds per game • in 27 games played, had a team-best 476 points • named a First Team All-Orlando Metro selection in 2019-20 • broke the Dr. Phillips single-season school record for three pointers (90) when he hit seven of eight shot attempts in the season-ending regional quarterfinal.

PERSONAL: Parents are Bailo and Mor • has a sister named Alima • has two brothers, Khadim and Demaige • hobbies include hanging out with friends, watching the NBA and going to the gym.

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Treyton Thompson

Treyton Thompson is a basketball player for University of Minnesota.

OVERVIEW: Signed his national letter of intent in November 2020 • will enroll in June 2021 • four-star recruit who was ranked the No. 22 center in the nation according to ESPN • 247Sports Composite Rankings rates him as a three-star prospect, 122nd overall in the nation and No. 21 in the country at his position.

HIGH SCHOOL: Spent his freshman and sophomore seasons at Alexandria High School (Alexandria, Minn.) and averaged 15.8 points and 8.5 rebounds per game as a sophomore • transferred to La Lumiere School in La Porte, Ind., for his junior and senior seasons • helped lead the Lakers to a 22-5 record as a junior against competition from across the country • averaged 4.3 points and 4.7 rebounds per game as a senior as La Lumiere was ranked third nationally heading into the season by • on the AAU circuit, Thompson has played for D1 Minnesota, which is rated among the top programs in the country.

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