Troy is a very versatile forward who can play both the PF and SF positions. Troy is long, athletic, and has very high basketball I.Q. He is a very skilled player offensively and has a nice array of post moves and at the same time he is a knock down outside shooter. Troy is a sharp shooter from beyond the arc and has NBA three point range. He is a nightmare for the opposition. If a bigger player is guarding him he will take him outside beyond the arc, and if he has a smaller player on him he will take him in the post. Troy has a similar game to Carmelo Anthony. Troy put his name in as an early entry candidate for the 2011 NBA draft but withdrew his name prior to going overseas. Troy has had a successful career overseas playing in Turkey, Israel, Cyprus, S.Korea, China, Japan, and Puerto Rico.
As a junior, Gillenwater led the Aggies in both scoring with 18.9 points per game and rebounding with 6.3 boards per game. He ranked No. 39 in the NCAA in scoring after playing in 27 games and starting in 24 contests in 2010-11. Gillenwater earned first team National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-District Six Team and first team All-WAC honors. In conference games, he averaged 20.1 points and 6.5 rebounds per game. Gillenwater shot 45.9 percent from the field (173-of-377), 36.3 from the 3-point line (37-of-102) and 74.9 percent from the free-throw line (128-of-171). He became the 27th member of the Aggie 1,000-point club, March 2, 2011. Gillenwater joined the club with his second field goal of the game against No. 25/21 Utah State. He ranks No. 21 on the Aggies’ all-time list with 1,065 career points.
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