Quiet. Consistent. Powerful.
Arizona Wildcats freshman guard Rawle Alkins is all of the above. He's been the UA's most consistent freshman this year, averaging 11.3 points, 5.1 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game while shooting 46.8 percent from the field.
He hasn't hit a freshman wall or endured a multiple-game slump like UA's other newcomers.
"Rawle's been as consistent of a freshman as we've ever had," coach Sean Miller said. "It starts off the court by how he approaches school, how he approaches being on time, what he's like when he doesn't play well, what he's like in the early-season workouts."
While he's quickly becoming a fan favorite, there are also a handful of things you don't know about Alkins. Here's a breakdown of all the things that make Rawle, Rawle.