Matisse Thybulle currently leads all current NCAA players in career steals , ranks among the favorites to win national defensive player of the year and has become only the third player in the last 20 years to average two steals and two blocks.
Should he maintain his averages of at least 3 steals and 2 blocks a game, he would become the first player in 20 years to average 3/2
And the guy who’s on pace to crushing that record? The 6’5 guard with a 7-FOOT wingspan, Matisse Thybulle
Thybulle is on pace to beating the conference record of 321 by Hall of Famer, Gary Payton. He’s one of the best disruptors in the Pac-12 during his time and one of the most feared defenders in the NBA during his time.
This senior guard is arguably the most disruptive force in all of college basketball outside Zion Williamson and scouts are already starting to take notice after the Washington Huskies are on the top of their conference and on pace to making the NCAA tournament
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