San Diego State will need a lot of help in order to replicates last season's remarkable 34-3 record, but if they show this type of flash and confidence every game, perhaps it won't be out of the question.
Sophomore guard Jamaal Franklin dunked the ball off the backboard not once, but twice, during the team's 70-37 victory over Southern Utah on Saturday. Franklin also threw in a sweet reverse dunk for good measure.
The second-year player averaged only 2.9 points per game last season, but is already off to a blistering start this year, scoring a career high 31 points in the Aztecs' victory over UC Davis on Sunday.
Given his tremendous output and remarkable hops, Franklin is a player to keep a close eye on this season.
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