Miye Oni sits among the Ivy League leaders in just about every statistical category. So it shouldn't come as a great surprise that he has been named the Ivy League Player of the Year. Oni is the third Bulldog to win the award, joining Paul Maley, the 1988 recipient, and Justin Sears, who won the award in both 2015 and 2016.
Also was a unanimous selection to the All-Ivy first team. He was joined on the first team by senior Alex Copeland, who has averaged 15.7 points in 14 league games. Oni, who also was a unanimous first team selection last year, is third in the league in scoring (17.4 ppg.), third in assists (3.6 per game), eighth in rebounding (6.4 rpg.), sixth in free throw percentage (.761), third in three-point field goal percentage (.393), fifth in three-point field goals made (2.0 per game) and sixth in blocked shots (1.3 per game).
ESPN’s Draft Board has him as the No. 9 shooting guard and No. 51 player overall, placing him just behind Virginia’s Ty Jerome, Arizona State’s Luguentz Dort and Virginia Tech’s Nickeil Alexander-Walker