Kyler Edwards and his Texas Tech Red Raiders magical run keeps on picking up steam.

For the second straight season, the Red Raiders are Sweet 16 bound in the NCAA Tournament after their most recent 78-58 thrashing of Buffalo University.

Edwards, a 6-foot-3, 200-pound freshman guard, has had little trouble acclimating himself to the program in a season where the Red Raiders have posted 28 wins in their first 34 games.

The Findlay Prep grad has averaged 5.3 points, 2.2 rebounds and 1.2 assists, including going a perfect seven for seven from the field for a season-high 19 points against Northern Colorado back in late November, according to ESPN.

Before transferring to Findlay, Edwards starred at James Bowie High, where he averaged 22.4 points, six rebounds and three assists as a junior on the way to being tabbed 4-6A Offensive Player of the Year and being rated a four-star recruit by ESPN.

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