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VCU's Treveon Graham and BYU's Tyler Haws Headed to the World University Games

The United States World University Games roster was released this weekend and it will sport two players from the mid-major ranks.

Geoff Burke-US PRESSWIRE

Davidson head coach Bob McKillop has made his final roster cuts for Team USA in the World University Games and the team will sport two mid-major players this year. VCU's Treveon Graham will represent the Rams and the Atlantic 10 and BYU's Tyler Haws will proudly represent the West Coast Conference.

Graham averaged 15 points per game during his sophomore campaign at VCU and the 6'5 guard also added nearly 6 rebound per game.

Haws, another 6'5 freshman guard, lead the WCC in scoring in finished seventh overall nationally averaging nearly 22 points per game. Haws was also busy on the boards averaging nearly 5 per game and also adding two assists.

Team USA will depart for Russia Monday and will play their first game July 7 versus the United Arab Emirates. Joining Graham and Haws will be Doug McDermott, Spencer Dinwiddie, Yogi Ferrell, Luke Hancock, Cory Jefferson, Sean Kilpatrick, Alex Kirk, Adreian Payne, Will Sheehey, and Aaron White.