No. 25 – Aaron Cosby, G (Illinois)
2013-14 Stats: Sat Out as Transfer
Career Stats: 12.6ppg, 2.5rpg, 3.0apg, 42.6 FG %, 75.2 FT %, 31.2min
Why you need to know him: Transfers have been kind to head coach Jim Groce so far, but there hasn’t been a more game-changing transfer than Cosby coming to Champaign. The Illini suffered big time last season with a lack of outside shooting...
Fighting Illini Basketball – Aaron Cosby may be better than people think. Cosby is a big time player who lives for big time games, and in the B1G Conference, those are the type of players that are needed in order to win. Illinois has had some good players the past two seasons under John Groce but he has lacked that killer instinct, big game type of player.
Former players like Brandon...
Aaron Cosby – No. 11
Northfield Mount Hermon (Mass.) High School
6’3″ 195 lbs.
Aaron transferred to Illinois after a two year stint at Seton Hall. Cosby is currently sitting out this year per NCAA rules and will return next season. During Cosby’s tenure with Seton Hall he started 58 of 65 games. Aaron Averaged 9.8 PPG and shot just over...
Aaron Cosby was the Seton Hall Pirates second leading scorer during his sophomore season, averaging 12.6 points per game. After living the Big East program, he appeared to have many potential landing places. Then Aaron Cosby limited it to just the Illini and Mizzou. Well, The Cosby Show is officially coming to Illini basketball.
How’s that for “Braggin Rights,” Missouri?
by Josh Adams
Former Seton Hall guard Aaron Cosby has announced his decision on where he will transfer to after leaving the Pirates after this season. He will take his talents to Illinois after sitting out a year.
Cosby tweeted out "I-L-L....." to announce his decision around midnight Friday night on...
It’s been a tough season for the Seton Hall basketball program. Kevin Willard’s team has won just one of their last fifteen games and is currently 2-13 in Big East play. This is the worst season for the Pirates in 29-years.
Things may be going from bad to worse for Kevin Willard. Steve Politi of NJ.com is reporting that Seton Hall’s second leading scorer, Aaron Cosby, will...
Aaron Cosby scored 19 points and Fuquan Edwin finished with 15 as Seton Hall never trailed in its 76-49 victory over Maine on Wednesday night.
Seton Hall (4-1), meeting Maine (0-4) for the first time, improved its record against America East Conference opponents to 13-1. The Big East team hasn't lost a game to an America East squad since 1963.
Cosby, a sophomore guard, scored...
Via AP on Fox
November 21, 2012