Saint Louis’ Aaron Hines earned a scholarship spot for the 2017-18 season after playing as a walk-on. The junior college transfer will have 1 year of eligibility remaining with the Billikens, and Travis Ford has given him Saint Louis’ final scholarship spot for the coming season.
SLU guard Aaron Hines has been given the program’s final scholarship for 2017-18 after playing a significant role as a walk-on last season.
— stu durando (@studurando) June 13, 2017
Hines played 28.5 minutes per game as a junior and averaged 6.4 points per contest. Hines had the 18th best assist rate in the Atlantic 10, and he was great on the defensive end with almost a steal per game. Hines provides great upside to a team that should have a lot of young talent next season. Saint Louis is expected to make big strides in the coming season, and the Billikens will make good use of Aaron Hines.