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Lillard was a big name in the Big Sky Conference.
Lillard was not a heavily recruited player out of high school and ended up playing at Weber State University. This didn't shake him as he went on to be one of the best players ever in the Big Sky Conference.
During his time at Weber State, Lillard became a highly productive point guard. He was becoming one of the best players in the conference when he injured his foot, forcing him to miss the rest of his third season after only 10 games. This gave him a medical redshirt, giving him an additional year of eligibility.
After coming back from his injury, he simply exploded. He averaged 24.5 points per game, which was the second best in the country. He became a true scoring threat and decided to enter the NBA draft at the end of the season.
With 1,934 points, Lillard became the second highest scoring player in Weber State history and the fifth highest scorer in Big Sky Conference history.