Indiana sophomore guard Armaan Franklin is having a strong sophomore season in Bloomington and he was featured on the Big Ten Network’s documentary series “The Journey” this week.
Franklin’s mother India and good friend Trayce Jackson-Davis help tell the story of his substantial year-over-year improvement.
The Indianapolis product has increased his scoring average from 3.7 as a freshman to 12.2 points per game as a sophomore, a 5.1 per-40 minute improvement, and his per-40 minute rebounds and steals have increased as well. Franklin has also improved his field goal percentage from 34.8 to 44.2 percent, including a robust 45.6 percent from 3-point range. The 6-foot-4 Franklin has also improved his free throw percentage from 61.5 percent to 74.1 percent.
Watch the story of Franklin’s development below, courtesy of the Big Ten Network:
Video credit – Big Ten Network
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