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"Kris had a very impressive season and I believe he is the top point guard in the country. He has grown so much as a person and as a basketball player." — Providence coach Ed Cooley
"He's about as impressive of a point guard as I've seen in a long, long time. The last guy I think I've seen on film that startles you at that position was Kemba Walker. He's so dominating in the game on both ends of the floor. The ball hits people's hands on time like I've never seen it before. Not only is he tough to deal with as a scorer, he puts the ball where it needs to be at all times." — Dayton coach Archie Miller
"Kris Dunn is elite at what he does. Dunn is one of the best guards in the country." — Georgetown coach John Thompson III
"Kris Dunn really represents what the BIG EAST is about. He is tough, hard-nosed, and clutch. Dunn is a great player." — Villanova coach Jay Wright
"Kris Dunn, everyone in the country is learning about him and the great things he is doing." — Xavier coach Chris Mack
"He is, in my opinion, the top NBA prospect who returned to college, meaning Dunn is the rare
combination of a likely lottery pick who is already a proven monster at the Division I level." — CBSSports.com Gary Parrish
"Providence guard Kris Dunn may be the best guard in the country. He's that good." — ESPN analyst Jay Bilas
Dunn, a two-time BIG EAST Player of the Year and two-time BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year, joined Georgetown's Patrick Ewing '85 as the only players in the history of the league to earn Player of the Year twice and Defensive Player of the Year twice.
Dunn is just the sixth player in the 37-year history of the BIG EAST to be named Player of the Year two times.
Dunn became the first Friar ever to register 1,000 points, 500 assists, 400 rebounds and 200 steals in his career. In 95 career games, Dunn recorded 1,214 points (12.8 ppg), 552 assists (5.8 apg), 486 rebounds (5.1 rpg) and 208 steals (2.2 spg).
Dunn ranks third all-time at Providence in assists with 552.
Dunn ranks fourth all-time at Providence in steals with 208.
Dunn led the BIG EAST in steals and ranked fifth in the nation (2.5 spg) in 2016.
Dunn ranked second in the BIG EAST in assists (6.2) and fourth in scoring (16.4) in 2016.
Dunn registered seven double-doubles and one triple-double in 2016.
Dunn led the BIG EAST in assists (7.5) and steals (2.7) in 2015.
Dunn recorded the second highest Friar single-season assist mark with 247 assists in 2015.
Dunn became the first Friar ever to earn the BIG EAST Player of the Year honor and the first guard in the history of the BIG EAST to capture Player of the Year and also earn Defensive Player of the Year in the same season in 2015.
Dunn ranked third in nation in assists per game and fifth in the country in steals per game in 2015.
Dunn led the league in assists and steals in conference play and became the first player in the history of the BIG EAST to accomplish that in the same season in 2015.
Dunn ranked sixth in the league in scoring (15.6 ppg) and 13th in rebounding (5.5 rpg). He tied for the team lead with seven double-doubles in 2015.
On January 29, 2015, Dunn became the 14th player in BIG EAST history to register a triple-double in a league game with with 27 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists versus DePaul. Dunn's triple-double was the ninth in Friar history and the first for the Friars in BIG EAST play.