The last junior to review before getting into the sophomores is yet another walk-on that played sparingly.
Jon McKeeman - Junior
12 minutes in five games, 0 for 1 FG, Academic All-Big Ten
There really is not a whole lot to say about McKeeman. He essentially had a 12 trillion over the course of five games. He had one shot attempt, which he missed, a foul, and a turnover. These numbers were down after he played 10 minutes in 2013-14 and scored five points on 2 of 5 shooting while hitting a three-pointer. Essentially, McKeeman was the team's victory cigar. He played against Indiana and in the four early season blowouts, but that is it. If he got into a game you knew it was over.
His biggest achievement was being named Academic All-Big Ten, Purdue's second such selection along with Rapheal Davis. The junior in Movement and Sports Science is getting it done in the classroom.
Unlike Stephen Toyra, McKeeman has been almost exclusively a practice body. He has only played 23 total minutes in three seasons before this one. At 6'1" and 190 pounds. I don't think we'll see him much in actual games unless Purdue gets up by a lot late.