Perennial OUA first-team all-stars and former Carleton Ravens standouts Phil and Thomas Scrubb have been invited to the Toronto Raptors free agent mini-camp, the team announced on Thursday.
The two-day camp will be held June 11-12 on the Raptors Practice Court at Air Canada Centre and is closed to the public.
For the third consecutive season, Carleton Ravens forward Thomas Scrubb (Richmond, B.C) was named the OUA Defensive Player of the Year and a first-team all-star for the second year in a row. T. Scrubb was also recognized at the national level as he was named CIS Defensive Player of the Year and a First-Team CIS All-Canadian.
Leading the top defensive team in the conference, T. Scrubb was a big reason for Carleton's consistent ranking near the top of OUA in points allowed per game.
This season he averaged 7.6 rebounds, 0.7 steals and 0.4 blocks. To go with his smothering defence, Scrubb has a significant offensive touch, leading OUA shooting 50% from three-point range, averaged 3.6 assists, along with a team high 17.2 points per game.
T. Scrubb finished his five year career with 1135 points, 600 rebounds, 222 assists and 36 blocks in 104 games with the Ravens.
The winner of three consecutive Player of the Year Awards, Carleton guard Phil Scrubb (Richmond, B.C.) – brother of Thomas – was once again named an OUA first-team all-star for the fourth consecutive season.
P. Scrubb led OUA making 55 three-pointers, and was fourth in the conference shooting 48.7% from beyond the arc.
Arguably the most fundamentally sound player in the conference, P. Scrubb averaged 16.6 points per game, ranked third in OUA with 4.5 assists per game, led the conference with a 4.5 assists to turnover ratio, and shot 90% from the free-throw line during the regular season.
In 105 games with Carleton, P. Scrubb concludes his OUA career with 1742 points, 322 rebounds, 395 assists while shooting 46.8 percent from beyond the arc.
The Scrubb brothers also wrote their names into the record books this season as they became just the fourth and fifth players in CIS history to win five national championships in men's basketball.