American center of 2.08 meter in the process of obtaining the Jamaican nationality. He has developed his NCAA career between the Universities of Manhattan and Grambling State, with whom he has finished among the best in the SWAC Conference (NCAA D1) being invited to the CIT postseason tournament. During his senior year, Peart averaged 4 points, 3 rebounds and 1 block in 16 minutes as the team’s starting center, growing during the course and increasing his averages to exceed 7 points and 4 rebounds in the last two months of competition. This solidity and final growth led him to sign early in the summer in the Portugal first division with Barreirense, although an injury after the first league game made him play with discomfort and pain for more than a month, reaching an agreement to disassociate with the team in November with the aim of healing. After averaging 4 points and more than 6 rebounds in an average of 19 minutes per shock, this next summer he will look for a new opportunity to continue growing as a player.
In his style, Peart stands out mainly for his ability to rebound in both rings, as shown by the 13 rebounds averaged every 40 minutes on his professional debut in Portugal, and the rolling in situations of P&R. To this, the American center adds a good ability to score on the low post, especially with an efficient right hook, and finishing after situations of kicked balls or cuts. He can shoot in the middle distance and, in defense, he stands out for his combination of intimidation and the occupation of spaces, which allows him to close the rebound and defend low post situations effectively. It is very large and shows a good attitude for work.
|15-16||EASTERN FLORIDA STATE||JUCO||3,4||2,9||0,3||10||–||–||–||0,2||0,5|
|14-15||EASTERN FLORIDA STATE||JUCO||2,8||2,5||0,1||9||41,8%||0,0%||42,9%||0,0||0,0|
ST= steals / BL= blocks (If you don’t see the full table, swipe sideways)