A look at highs and lows of UConn seniors

UConn's freshman class of 2006 was one of its biggest and most highly anticipated ever. Not all of the careers of the eight scholarship players who enrolled at UConn that year panned out the way most expected.

Hasheem Thabeet left early for the NBA. Curtis Kelly (Kansas State), Ben Eaves (Rhode Island) and Doug Wiggins (UMass, then Robert Morris College) transferred. Jonathan Mandeldove is redshirting

and hopes to return for a fifth season.

For the rest, including walk-ons Alex Hornat and Kenny Borton, today is their final regular-season home game. Let's take a look at that group:

Jerome Dyson

High point -- The career-high 32 points he put up in UConn's win over top-ranked Texas Jan. 23.

Low point -- A tie between his positive drug test and subsequent 30-day suspension as a sophomore, and the lateral meniscus he tore in his right knee that forced him to miss the team's final 12 games as a junior.

Stat to know -- Is currently 14th on UConn's all-time scoring list (1,566 points) and should crack the top 10.

Will be remembered by his teammates for -- Spending around half of his career getting treatment in the training room.

Potential at next level -- Someone in between positions, as he is neither a natural point guard or shooting guard, though his talent should persuade an NBA team to take a chance on him.

Stanley Robinson

High point -- The 29 points he scored against Iona Dec. 27 that feature more than his usual array of dunks, along with 73 total points he scored over a three-game span around New Year's.

Low point -- The first eight games of the 2008-09 season he sat out while waiting to re-enroll at UConn.

Stat to know -- Has scored at least 10 points in 34 straight games, the fifth-longest streak in school history.

Will be remembered by his teammates for -- Suddenly cutting his hair and removing his distinctive cornrows.

Potential at next level -- Athletically, a lock for the first round of the NBA Draft. But Robinson hasn't consistently put it all together on the court yet.

Gavin Edwards

High point -- The 14 points, 12 rebounds, 3 blocks and 2 steals he gave UConn when pressed into service at Gonzaga last season as a junior.

Low point -- The 85 times in 89 games prior to this season in which he played less than 20 minutes. Edwards has played at least 20 in 27 of 28 games this season.

Stat to know -- Is averaging 30.4 minutes per game, best in the nation for players coming off the bench.

Will be remembered by his teammates for -- Saying as few words as necessary.

Potential at next level -- Suddenly increasing. Once an afterthought to NBA scouts, Edwards could get a shot to play in the league.

Alex Hornat

High point -- Any of the five games, including one this season against Boston University, that Hornat was able to play in.

Low point -- Like many of the Huskies, it was probably last season's loss to Michigan State in the Final Four.

Stat to know -- Has yet to score a point for the Huskies.

Will be remembered by his teams for -- Giving the scout team a significant scorer and tough defender.

Potential at next level -- Plenty, if the real estate major's future employer needs a ringer for the pick-up game at the company picnic.