Position
Forward
Height
6'11
Weight
250 lbs.
Class
Senior
Hometown
London, England
Previous School
Oregon
Major
Interdisciplinary Studies
High School
Harris Academy Beckenham

SENIOR SEASON (2018-19)
Started 26-of-35 games averaging 7.9 points, 6.7 rebounds and 1.9 blocks per game … Averaged 21.1 minutes per game, shooting 61.7 percent from the field (111-180) … Blocked 67 shots, including 9 vs. Grambling (12/1) … 8.7 points, 7.9 rebounds and 1.9 blocks in the conference games … Fifth overall in the SEC in blocked shot average and the league leader in offensive rebound average at 2.9 boards a game … A total of 15 games scored in double figures topped by 14 points versus Memphis (11/13), Incarnate Word (12/9), Alabama (1/8), at Ole Miss (1/15) and at Mississippi State (2/6) … Had 13 rebounds versus Alabama (1/8) and at Mississippi State (2/6) … A total of 10 double doubles, including 10-10 in the NCAA Tournament over Yale … Had bests in the same game with 14 points and 13 rebounds versus Alabama (1/8) … 7-7 from the field vs Memphis (11/13), 6-6 at Mississippi State (2/6) … Field goal percentage is seventh best for an LSU season (minimum 100 attempts).

2017-18 SEASON
Sat out the 2017-18 season under transfer rules and will have one season of eligibility remaining for the 2018-19 campaign.

PRIOR TO LSU
Transferred to LSU after playing the 2016-17 season for the University of Oregon … Appeared in 37 games with one start for the team that went to the NCAA Final Four … He was just the third British player to make it to the Final Four (joining Karl Brown, Georgia Tech, 1990; Luol Deng, Duke, 2004) … Had 11 points and 11 rebounds versus Savannah State for his first career double double … Two double figure rebound games … Averaged 3.0 points, 2.8 rebounds and had 28 total blocks during the season … Played 15 minutes in NCAA opener against Iona with 6 rebounds, had five points in round 2 versus Rhode Island … Played in 2015-16 and 2014-15 at Gillette (Wyoming) College … Averaged 16.8 points, 13.6 rebounds and 5.6 blocks per game in 36 games as a sophomore earning NJCAA first-team All-America honors … Named the 2015-16 Spalding NJCAA Division I Player of the Year … Rated as the No. 3 junior college prospect nationally after the 2015-16 season … Led the Region IX Conference in defensive rebounds, total rebounds and blocks while finishing second in rebound average per game … Helped lead Gillette to a 35-2 record and a third-place finish at the JC national tournament … Led the nation with 211 blocked shots and shot 59.2 percent from the field … Recorded a double-double in 28 of 36 games … In 2014-15, averaged 10.1 points and 9.6 rebounds per contest … Third-team All-Region honors as team earned first ever trip to the national tournament … In high school in Beckenham, England (at Harris Academy), named the defensive player of the year and the conference player of the year after averaging 20.7 points, 15.4 rebounds and 6 blocks per game as a senior in 2013-14 … Has also played as late as the summer of 2017 for Great Britain’s national teams.

PERSONAL
Born October 7, 1995 … Full name is Kavell Chevano Bigby-Williams in London, England … Parents are Cheryl Bigby and Paul Lolon … Majoring in interdisciplinary studies … Boxer Lennox Lewis is a cousin … Likes Chinese and Carribean food … One of favorite professional basketball players is Anthony Davis of the New Orleans Pelicans … Favorite NBA team is the OKC Thunder … Favorite athletes outside basketball are former international soccer star Thierry Henry and boxing legend Muhammad Ali.

Top Career Performances
Points: 14, five times
Rebounds: 13 twice
Field Goals Made: 7, vs. Memphis, 11/13/18
3 PT FG Game:
Free Throws Made: 5, vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 11/6/18
Assists: 2 twice
Blocks: 9, vs. Grambling, 12/1/18
Steals: 2, three times
Minutes Played: 31, twice

Top Career Scoring Games
1. 14, at Miss. State, 2/6/19
1. 14, at Ole Miss, 1/15/19
1. 14, vs. Alabama, 1/8/19
1. 14, vs. Incarnate Word, 12/9/18
1. 14, vs. Memphis, 11/13/18
6. 12, vs. South Carolina, 1/19/19
6. 12, vs. Oklahoma State, 11/25/18
8. 11, vs. Michigan State, 3/29/19
9. 10, seven times

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