16 Facts About Loudon Love


Loudon Love was born on Loudon Love Vollbrecht on April 21,1998 and is an American professional basketball player who last played for the Texas Legends of the NBA G League.


Loudon Love played college basketball for the Wright State Raiders.


Loudon Love attended Geneva Community High School, where he competed in basketball and football.


Loudon Love played offensive tackle on the gridiron and received a scholarship offer from Illinois.


Loudon Love legally changed his last name from Vollbrecht to Love, his mother's last name, in honor of her sacrifices growing up.


Loudon Love was redshirted his first season at Wright State, spending the season trying to lose weight and get in shape by doing intensified workouts and going on a restricted diet.


On January 7,2018, Loudon Love scored 25 points and had 17 rebounds and five blocks in a win against Oakland, earning Horizon League freshman of the week honors.


Loudon Love was named Horizon League Freshman of the Year and Second Team All-Conference.


Loudon Love was named to the First Team All-Horizon League and District 12 First Team by the National Association of Basketball Coaches.


Loudon Love had 21 points and nine rebounds during a win against Youngstown State on January 18,2020, though coach Scott Nagy was upset with his performance.


Loudon Love was named Horizon League player of the year at the conclusion of the regular season.


On January 9,2021, Loudon Love collected his 1,000th career rebound in a win over Youngstown State.


Loudon Love garnered Horizon League player of the year honors for the second consecutive season.


On July 16,2021, Loudon Love signed his first professional contract with Stade Rochelais of the Nationale Masculine 1 in France, but did not play for the team.


Loudon Love was selected 10th overall in the 2021 NBA G League draft by the Texas Legends.


On January 31,2022, Loudon Love was waived after suffering a season-ending knee injury.