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1 Florida State University (Leonard Hamilton/Steve Robinson) Archbishop Alter (Joe Petrocelli) ON WALESKOWSKI: One of the top inside-outside forwards in the ACC who returns for his senior season as the Seminoles leading career rebounder (335 rebounds/3.7 rpg) and second leading returning scorer (429 points/4.7 ppg) led the Seminoles in rebounding with a career-high 5.4 rebounds per game average as a junior was the only player in the ACC during the season to lead his team in rebounds and blocked shots while coming off the bench is one of the top defensive forwards in the ACC and can take his game on the offensive as he averaged a career-high 6.8 points per game as a junior enters his senior season having played in 91 consecutive games since his arrival at Florida State he is the only player on the roster in the last three years who has not missed a game needs only nine games played to reach 100 for his career the school record for games played in a career at Florida State is 122 by Rodney Dobard who played four years from started the final three games of the season against NC State in the ACC Tournament and against Wichita State and Iowa State in the NIT has started 15 career games the fourth most on the team among returning players behind Anthony Richardson (40), Andrew Wilson (22) and Alexander Johnson (16) has played in 48 consecutive career ACC games and enters the season as one of the most experienced players in the conference closed his junior season with consecutive double-doubles on the road against Wichita State and at home against Iowa State in the NIT averaged 10.0 points and 12.0 rebounds in the NIT as the Seminoles earned a postseason berth for the first time since 1998 won team awards as top rebounder, most improved player and sixth man in 2004 team award for community service in 2003 team award as top free throw shooter as a freshman in 2002 has ADAM WALESKOWSKI SENIOR FORWARD KETTERING, OH 51 started 15 games during his career, played in 48 ACC games, started five ACC games, played in four ACC Tournament games, and started three ACC Tournament games and two NIT games during his first three years at Florida State shoots.750 from the free throw line for his career has made 72 of 96 shots from the line during his career for a.750 mark from the line led the Seminoles with a.806 mark during his freshman season became the second consecutive freshman to lead the Seminoles in free throw shooting shot.806 from the line as he made 25 of 31 shots from the line during the season tied Florida State s free throw shooting percentage for a single game in school history with his perfect eight-for-eight effort from the line against Clemson in the first round of the 2002 ACC Tournament a McDonald s All- America finalist and a member of the U.S. All-Stars in the prestigious Capital Classic All-Star game as a prep senior rated as the 83rd best overall player and the ninth best center in the prep class of 2001 by Brick Oettinger of PrepStars.com brother, Keith, was a starter at the University of Dayton who helped lead the Flyers to the NCAA Tournament in 2003 and 2004 improved his skills as a participant at the Pete Newell Big Man Camp during the summer prior to his junior season needs four free throw attempts to become eligible for Florida State s free throw percentage top 20 needs 12 blocked shots to join the Seminoles all-time top 20 for career blocked shots. AS A JUNIOR (2004): Averaged 6.8 points (fifth on the team), 5.4 rebounds (first), 1.2 assists (fifth) and shot.404 from the 3-point line as he helped lead Florida State to the second round of the NIT to mark the first time since 1998 the Seminoles had played in the postseason led the Seminoles in rebounding with a 5.4 rebounds per game average making him the only player in the league during the season to lead his team in rebounds as a reserve player earned single season career highs in minutes played per game (21.6), field goals made (83), field goals attempted (177), field goal percentage (.469), 3-point field goals made (21), 3-point field goals attempted (52), 3-point field goal percentage (.404), free throws made (37), free throws attempted (52), total points (224), points per game (6.8), defensive rebounds (71), offensive rebounds (107), total rebounds (178), rebounds per game (5.4), assists (38), blocked shots (22) and steals (30) established single game career highs for points (16 at North Carolina and at Wake Forest), field goals made (six at Wake Forest and against Iowa State), 3-point field goals made (three at Wake Forest), 3-point field goals attempted (five at Wake Forest and against Iowa State), defensive rebounds (seven at Wichita State), total rebounds (10 at Wichita State and against Iowa State), blocked shots (four against Iowa State) and minutes played (33 at Wichita State and against Iowa State) averaged his career high of 21.6 minutes per game as he played in at least 13 minutes in all 33 games played at least 20 minutes 20 times in 33 games Florida State s leading rebounder during two games in the NIT (10.0 rpg), in all games (5.6 rpg) and in games against non-acc opponents (5.6 rpg) totaled 10 rebounds in both games during the NIT 10 against Wichita State and 10 against Iowa State shot.600 percent from the field in the two NIT games nine-of-15 combined as he averaged 10.0 points per game led Florida State in rebounding seven times and tied for the team lead twice led Florida State in rebounding against three ACC teams scored in double figures seven times as a junior after scoring in double figures a total of three times as a freshman and sophomore combined double-figure scoring in three of the last four games of the season (11.0 ppg) and in six of the last eight (9.0 ppg) backto-back double-doubles in the NIT with 10 points and 10 rebounds against Wichita State (March 17) and 14 points and 10 rebounds against Iowa State (March 22). Adam Waleskowski s Career Statistics Totals , Adam Waleskowski s Conference Statistics Totals Adam Waleskowski s NIT Statistics Year G-GS FGM-A PCT. 3FG-3FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS.-AVG. OR DR TR-AVG. PF-D AST TO BLK STL MIN Totals PLAYERS

2 Florida State University (Leonard Hamilton/Steve Robinson) Leesville Road (Darryl Robinson) ON RICHARDSON: An experienced senior who has the athletic ability to be one of the top players in the ACC one of the top defenders in the ACC who returns among the league leaders in career blocked shots (68) and career steals (81) emerging as a student of the game who has become more consistent for the Seminoles on both the offensive and defensive ends of the floor his continued development as a dependable scorer and rebounder will allow him to become one of the top senior players in college basketball entering the season his experience (he has played in 90 career games), explosive athletic ability and steadily increasing basketball knowledge make him a dangerous player in head coach Leonard Hamilton s system enters his senior season with 805 points and needs only 195 points to become only the 38th player in school history to score 1,000 or more career points averages 8.9 points per game for his 90-game career entering the season is ranked 13th all-time in school history with 68 blocked shots and needs only seven to become only the 12th player in school history with 75 or more career blocked shots an average season of 23 blocks per game during his career would push him into the Seminoles alltime top-10 for blocked shots his 90 ANTHONY RICHARDSON SENIOR FORWARD RALEIGH, NC 54 career games played places him on the cusp of becoming one of the few players to reach the century mark in games played in school history could join the Seminoles all-time top five with 30 or more games played as a senior is one of the top free throw shooters in school history with a.762 percentage for his three-year varsity letter winning career he is mere percentage points from becoming one of the all-time top 10 free throw shooters in school history Mickey Dillard ( , 80-81) and Terrell Baker ( ) are ranked 10th in school history with.768 marks from the line earned the award as the team s top free throw shooter at the 2004 banquet double figure scoring has come in 39 of 90 career games (.433 percent) tied a school record for free throws made as he was a perfect 10-of-10 against Georgia Tech during his sophomore season marked only the second time any Seminole player had made 10 or more free throws in an ACC game and was only the eighth time a player was perfect on at least seven free throws in an ACC game an All-ACC Freshmen Team Honorable Mention selection in 2002 earned ACC Rookie of the Week honors Jan. 13, 2002 for his 19-point, six-rebound performance against NC State in his first return to his hometown of Raleigh, N.C. as a prep senior he was rated as the No. 1 prospect in the state of North Carolina by recruiting guru Bob Gibbons rated as the nation s 16th best prospect by Brick Oettinger rated as the 28th best prospect and No. 4 nationally among small forwards by The Sporting News All- America Third-Team selection by Parade Magazine following his senior season the first McDonald s All-American to sign with the Seminoles since Randell Jackson signed with the Seminoles in 1995 the only player from the basketball rich state of North Carolina to earn the wonderful selection of playing in the McDonald s All- American game as a high school senior in AS A JUNIOR (2004): Averaged 7.3 points (fourth on the team), 3.6 rebounds (fifth), 0.6 blocks (tied for second) and 0.8 steals (tied for fifth) while leading the Seminoles with a career-high.815 free throw shooting percentage enjoyed a consistent season in all phases of the game shot a careerhigh.304 from the 3-point line and.815 from the free-throw line while averaging nearly 18 minutes per game opened the season on fire as he scored in double figures in four of the first five games and was averaging 15.6 points per game after scoring 27 points against Northwestern scored his career high of 27 points in Florida State s victory over Northwestern in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge an incredible 25 of his 27 points came in the second half as the Seminoles outscored the Wildcats, 45-22, in the second half to gain the win for Florida State and help it open the season with a perfect 5-0 record made a career-high 10 field goals, a career-high four 3-point shots and was a perfect three-of-three from the free-throw line in the nationally televised game Richardson outscored Northwestern, 25-22, by himself in the second half Richardson also outscored his teammates, 25-20, in that second half he also added two assists and one blocked shot in the win double figures came in six of the first nine games and help him craft a 12.9 points per game average after Florida State s victory over Wagner (Dec. 18) totaled 16 points in the Seminoles season opener against Maine (Nov. 21) and 19 in game number three against Nicholls State (Nov. 26) added 14 points against Savannah State in the Seminoles win over the Tigers at home (Feb. 1) averaged 4.3 points and 2.9 rebounds against the 15 ranked teams on Florida State s schedule in scored in double figures in 10 of Florida State s 33 games ACC season high of 12 points at home against NC State (Jan. 11) and at Virginia (Jan. 18) ACC season high of two steals came in Florida State s miraculous come-from-behind victory over North Carolina as they trailed by as many as 24 points and won in overtime considered to be the greatest comeback in school history tied for second on the team in blocked shots and rejected a season-high two against six different teams two blocks against Maine (Nov. 21), South Carolina State (Nov. 28), Miami (Dec. 14), Chicago State (Dec. 20), Savannah State (Feb. 1) and Georgia Tech (Feb. 3). Anthony Richardson s Career Statistics Year G-GS FGM-A PCT. 3FG-3FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS.-AVG. OR DR TR-AVG. PF-D AST TO BLK STL MIN Totals , Anthony Richardson s Conference Statistics Year G-GS FGM-A PCT. 3FG-3FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS.-AVG. OR DR TR-AVG. PF-D AST TO BLK STL MIN Totals Anthony Richardson s NIT Statistics Year G-GS FGM-A PCT. 3FG-3FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. PTS.-AVG. OR DR TR-AVG. PF-D AST TO BLK STL MIN Totals PLAYERS 11

3 ON GALLOWAY: One of the top returning point guards in the ACC who has recorded 171 assists (2.8 apg) during his first two years as a member of the Seminoles rotation has played in 62 consecutive games and enters his junior season as one of the most experienced point guards in the ACC has never missed a game during his Seminole career and joins teammates Adam Waleskowski (91 consecutive games played) and Alexander Johnson (33 consecutive games played) as the only current Seminoles who have not missed any games during their careers ranked 10th in the ACC and first on the team in assists ( apg) as a freshman and second on the team ( apg) as a sophomore among the top 3-point shooters in school history, he enters his junior season with a.340 career 3- point shooting percentage former Seminole Antwuan Dixon ( ) is ranked 15th in school history with a.342 shooting percentage from long range hit one of the most memorable shots in school history a 3-pointer with eight seconds remaining in regulation against North Carolina Jan. 22, 2004 to tie the game at 78 the shot brought the Seminoles even after trailing by as many as 24 points in the first half and by 14 at halftime scored the game-winning points against No. 10 Wake Forest as a sophomore as he hit two free throws with 48 seconds left in the game at home to put the Seminoles up in a victory Jan. 25, 2004 led the Seminoles and ranked 10th in the ACC in assists with a 3.3 assists per game average during his inaugural collegiate season became only the third freshman to lead the Seminoles in assists in school history joined only Delvon Arrington (6.0 apg, ) and Tony William (3.9 apg, ) as freshmen assists leaders led the Seminoles in assists while starting only one of 29 games and averaging only 23.8 TODD GALLOWAY JUNIOR GUARD BALTIMORE, MD 4 Notre Dame Academy (Larry Cullinane) Baltimore City College High School (Daryl Wade) St.Francis Academy (William Wells) minutes per game has an explosive first step, can get to the basket and is fearless on the court handles the ball well and has a strong ability to keep his dribble alive in traffic has quick feet and a strong will to play hard on the defensive end a solid floor leader. AS A SOPHOMORE (2004): Averaged 3.2 points (ninth on the team), 1.8 rebounds (tied for ninth), 2.2 assists (second) and 0.6 steals (eighth) while playing in all 33 games played in every Seminole game (33) for the second consecutive season shot a career-best.686 from the freethrow line as he made at least three free throws in five different games increased his ball handling abilities with a 1.7:1 assist:turnover ratio as compared to a 1.4:1 mark as a freshman a positive assist:turnover ratio for the season (1.7:1), against ACC teams (1.5:1) and against the 15 ranked teams in the Seminoles schedule (1.3:1) committed 27 fewer turnovers in four more games as a sophomore as compared to his freshman season his season high of six assists (to go along with eight points) came in Florida State s victory over Nicholls State (Nov. 26) his scoring performance against Nicholls State was the back-end of an 18-point total (9.0 ppg) in consecutive games against Georgetown College (Nov. 24) and Nicholls State scored 10 points against Georgetown in the first round of the University of Pittsburgh Holiday Hoops Classic averaged 4.3 points and 2.3 assists as the Seminoles forged a 3-1 record in the classic and advanced to the title game where they fell to No. 10 Pittsburgh on the Panthers home court had two assists in 13 minutes against the Panthers scored at least three points in each of the first nine games of the season and was averaging 5.4 points per game through Dec. 18 also recorded 29 assists in the first nine games of the season for a 3.2 apg average through that point in the season his ACC high of five assists came against Virginia in Charlottesville a strong mid-season performance with five assists and one steal came in Florida State s win over Savannah State in the Tallahassee Leon County Civic Center (Feb. 1) committed zero turnovers in 19 minutes during two NIT games zero in nine minutes in Florida State s victory over Wichita State and zero in 10 minutes against Iowa State one or fewer turnovers in 13 of 16 ACC games with zero turnovers three times (at Maryland, at NC State and against Duke) four assists and a season-high three steals came in Florida State s victory over Fairleigh Dickinson (Dec. 6) (vs. Clemson) averaged 6.5 points, 3.5 rebounds and 0.5 assists in two games against Clemson scored seven points, pulled down four rebounds and added one assist as Florida State defeated Clemson in Tallahassee (Feb. 14) scored five points in 11 minutes during the second half and helped the Seminoles pull away for a win made three of four free throw attempts in the second half as Florida State outscored Clemson, 30-26, to gain the win earned extensive playing time at Clemson (20 minutes) as he scored six points, pulled down three rebounds and earned one assist as the Seminoles traveled to play at Clemson (Jan. 13) was five-of-six (.833) from the line against the Tigers during the season (vs. Duke) averaged 1.0 point, 0.5 rebounds and 0.5 assists in two games against NCAA semifinalist Duke scored two points and pulled down one rebound as the Seminoles nearly defeated Duke in Tallahassee (Feb. 29) for the third consecutive season one assist in seven minutes played as the Seminoles traveled to play at Duke (Jan. 29) and nearly pulled off the upset in Cameron Indoor Stadium (vs. Georgia Tech) averaged 4.0 points, 1.0 rebound and 1.5 assists in two games against NCAA Tournament runnerup Georgia Tech scored four points in both meetings as the Seminoles won in Tallahassee (Feb. 3) and lost in Atlanta (March 6) scored the Seminoles final four points of the game at home as the Seminoles handed Georgia Tech their worst lost of the season, (-16 points). Todd Galloway s Career Statistics Totals , Todd Galloway s Conference Statistics Totals / Todd Galloway s NIT Statistics Totals PLAYERS

4 Florida State University (Leonard Hamilton/Steve Robinson) Harrison High School (Jerry Meuschke) ON WILSON: In his fifth season as a member of the Florida State men s basketball team and earned his bachelor s degree in sport management during the spring of 2004 will play as a graduate student during the remaining two years of his basketball career in Tallahassee returns as a starter for the second consecutive season for the Seminoles and has started 22 games during his career a starter at the small forward/shooting guard positions who started the final 17 games of the season for Florida State during the season has played in two full seasons his first as a Seminole in 2001 and his most recent in 2004 during his four-year career played one game in 2002 before injuring his knee and was a starter in the first five games of the 2003 season before injuring his right wrist had surgery to remove excess bone close to the attachment of the Achilles tendon to the heel of his right foot in April of 2004 the surgery was performed to give the tendon more room to move freely thus reducing the chances of the tendon becoming inflamed played the entire season with the painful condition and it limited his practice and playing time throughout the season Wilson was at his best as a Seminole despite playing in pain throughout the season led Florida State in free throw shooting percentage with a.808 (42-52) percentage during his inaugural collegiate season ( ) became the first freshman in school history to lead the Seminoles in free throw shooting earned the Mr. Hustle award at the Seminoles annual banquet following the season. AS A REDSHIRT JUNIOR (2004): Averaged 4.1 points (eighth on the team), 2.0 rpg (seventh) and 0.8 apg (tied for seventh) while shooting.394 from the 3-point line (fourth) and making 28 3-point ANDREW WILSON JUNIOR GUARD/FORWARD KENNESAW,GA 20 shots (fourth) established career-high statistics for games played (32), games started (17), minutes played (478), minutes played per game (14.9), field goals made (41), field goal shooting percentage (.390), 3-point field goals made (28), 3-point field goals attempted (71), 3-point field goal percentage (.394), offensive rebounds (26), defensive rebounds (38), total rebounds (64), rebounds per game (2.0) and assists (27) while tying his personal records for total points (130) and blocked shots (two) a starter and averaged 9.0 points in two games as the Seminoles advanced to the second round of the NIT to mark the Seminoles first appearance in the postseason and first victory in the postseason since 1998 started a career-high 17 games in more than three times as many starts during the season as he had earned during the first three injury-plagued years of his career made his first start of the season against Virginia in Charlottesville (Jan. 18) and started every game for the remainder of the season averaged 5.1 points as a starter in 17 games as compared to 2.9 in 15 games as a reserve finished among the Seminoles leaders from 3-point range made a single-season career-high 28 3-point shots on the season including a career-high seven at North Carolina during the season Wilson s seven 3-point shots against the Tar Heels ranked as the most ever by a Seminole in an ACC game and are tied for third all-time by a Florida State player in a game in school history made multiple 3-point shots in three different games (at Duke, at North Carolina and against Iowa State) and made at least one 3-point shot in 19 of the 32 games in which he played finished among the team leaders with a.714 free throw shooting percentage to mark the third time in four years he has shot above.700 from the line during his career made four of the most important free throws of his career with less than 16 seconds remaining in the second overtime period against Wichita State in the first round of the NIT perfect on two with 15.1 seconds remaining and perfect on two more with 8.8 ticks left in the Seminoles double overtime win was a combined seven-of-eight (.875) from the line in two games during the NIT may have been at his best against North Carolina as he averaged 13.5 points in two games against the Tar Heels scored his personal career high of 24 points as the Seminoles played at North Carolina (Feb. 21) made his career-high seven field goals (all seven were from 3-point range also a career high) while attempting a career-high 10 3-point field goals and he nearly helped the Seminoles rally from a large deficit in Chapel Hill also a starter and scored three points as the Seminoles recovered from a 24-point deficit at home against North Carolina to gain the amazing victory in Tallahassee (vs. Clemson) averaged 2.5 points and 1.0 rebounds in two games against Clemson scored five points and pulled down two rebounds in 15 minutes as a starter as the Seminoles defeated the Tigers in Tallahassee (Feb. 14) a first-half jumper gave the Seminoles a lead near the midpoint of the second half the basket came off a steal and an assist by Todd Galloway a 3-point shot early in the second half put the Seminoles up by eight at Florida State won the game for its fifth ACC win of the season one more than the team had during the entire season played 10 minutes off the bench with one steal as the Seminoles traveled to play at Clemson (Jan. 13). Andrew Wilson s Career Statistics Totals , Andrew Wilson s Conference Statistics DNP-INJ DNP-INJ Totals Andrew Wilson s NIT Statistics Totals PLAYERS 13

5 ON JOHNSON: Earned Freshmen All-America Honorable Mention honors following his freshman season by Rivals.com one of the top post players in the ACC and destined to be one of the nation s top players during his career at Florida State named to the ACC All-Freshmen Team in 2004 as he ranked second among all conference freshmen in rebounding (4.2 rpg), third in scoring (9.5 ppg), third in field goal shooting (.551), fifth in blocked shots (0.61 bpg), 10th in free throw shooting (.675), 11th in assists (0.82 apg) and 12th in steals (0.82 spg) finished third in the voting for the All-Freshman team behind only Chris Paul of Wake Forest and Luol Deng of Duke only the third Seminole in history to be named to the All-ACC Freshman Team he joins Seminole greats Corey Louis (1995) and Michael Joiner (2001) as the only three Florida State players who have been named to the All-ACC Freshman Team Florida State s second leading scorer who totaled 312 points and a 9.5 points per game scoring average started each of the final 16 games of the season after being inserted into the starting lineup in place of Mike Mathews on Jan. 22 against North Carolina started 12 of Florida State s 16 ACC games, its game against NC State in the ACC Tournament and its two games against Wichita State and Iowa State in the NIT was the only freshman to start a game for the Seminoles during the 2004 season named to the All-Tournament team at the University of Pittsburgh Holiday Hoops Classic as a freshman was one of the nation s top high school recruits as a senior at Dougherty High School in Albany, Georgia, in 2002 was one of the players who made up the consensus No. 1 recruiting class in the nation along with Diego Romero and Von Wafer rated as a the 16th-best player and a five-star forward by Rivals.com following his post-high school year at Bridgton Academy in Maine ranked by Rivals.com as a five-star forward and the 16th best ALEXANDER JOHNSON SOPHOMORE FORWARD ALBANY, GA 32 Bridgton Academy (Whit Lesure) Dougherty High School (Charlie Givens, Donald Poole) player in the class of 2003 PrepStar s Recruiting Handbook rated him as the nation s 28th best player entering the collegiate ranks for the season Sporting News ranked him as the nation s 14th best prep prospect as a high school senior played in the 2002 Capital Classic making him one of six current Seminoles who have played in the Capital Classic he joins Anthony Richardson and Adam Waleskowski who played in the 2001 game, Von Wafer who played in the 2003 game and Jason Rich and Isaiah Swann who played in the 2004 game originally signed with Georgia out of high school but never attended the SEC school earned two awards at the Seminoles season-ending banquet the award as the Seminoles top field goal percentage shooter and the award for academic achievement among first year players. AS A FRESHMAN (2004): Earned Freshmen All-America Honorable Mention and ACC All- Freshmen Team honors averaged 9.5 points (second on the team), 4.2 rebounds (third), 0.6 blocks (tied for second) and shot a teamleading.551 from the field helped Florida State reach the second round of the NIT to mark the first time since 1998 that the Seminoles had played in the postseason became the first freshman since Randell Jackson in 1995 to finish a season ranked either first or second on the team in scoring Jackson, too, averaged 9.5 points per game the last freshman to lead the Seminoles in scoring was Larry Warren (16.9 ppg in 1974) only Johnson and Luol Deng of Duke ranked in the top three among the ACC freshman class in both scoring and rebounding led the Seminoles in scoring five times and in rebounding six times during his inaugural collegiate season only Johnson ( ) and All-American Tim Pickett ( ) averaged more points in ACC games only than in all 33 Seminole games throughout the season among the Seminoles began his career on fire with 33 points for an 11.0 points per game average through the first three games of the season made 12 of his first 14 shots (.857) from the field in his first three games scored in double figures in 13 games to rank second on the team behind only Tim Pickett who scored 10 or more points a team-leading 27 times in 33 games career night on national television against Ole Miss with 19 points as the Seminoles defeated the Rebels in Tallahassee (Dec. 3) scored 19 points off the bench in 20 minutes of play to lead all scorers including NBA second round draft choice Justin Reed who totaled 18 points was perfect from the field as he made all five of his field goal attempts and made nine of his ten shots from the free-throw line he missed only one shot in the 15 he took during the game helped Florida State win the game with 11 points in the second half as Ole Miss was outscoring the Seminoles and attempting a furious comeback after leading by 14 at the intermission, Florida State led by as little as four with 3:01 remaining Johnson was a perfect six-of-six from the line in the first half and three-of-four in the second half to finish at nine-of-10 averaged 9.5 points and 3.5 rebounds in four games during the University of Pittsburgh Holiday Hoops Classic to earn All-Tournament team honors scored 13 points and pulled down five rebounds in the first round against Georgetown College in Tallahassee (Nov. 24) and scored 10 points in Florida State s second round victory over Wagner in a game also played in Tallahassee (Dec. 18) helped lift the Seminoles past Chicago State (Dec. 20) in the third round of the event with eight points and eight rebounds seven points and six rebounds (all but one rebound came in the second half) to help the Seminoles upend Miami (Dec. 14) tied the game at 58 with a thunderous dunk with 3:48 remaining in the game it helped the Seminoles recover from a six-point deficit on their way to the victory. Alexander Johnson s Career Statistics Totals Alexander Johnson s Conference Statistics Totals Alexander Johnson s NIT Statistics Totals PLAYERS

6 ON THORNTON: One of the Seminoles emerging stars who displayed his all-star abilities not only for the upcoming season but for the remaining three years of his career during his freshman season under head coach Leonard Hamilton and his staff is in his third season as a member of Hamilton s program after joining the team during January of 2003 learned Hamilton s system while concentrating on his academics during the 2003 spring semester showed his ability to play a number of positions, including the power and small forward spots during his freshman season is a tremendous leaper and a dead-eye shooter played meaningful minutes in 30 of Florida State s 33 games during the season as he developed into an important part of the Seminoles rotation by the middle of the ACC season among the top freshmen in the ACC in and finished among the league s best first-year players in numerous categories finished the season ranked fifth among ACC freshmen in field goal percentage (.517), 11th in blocked shots (0.2 bpg), 13th in rebounding (1.8 rpg), 15th in scoring (2.8 ppg), 20th in assists (0.4 apg), 21st in steals (0.2 spg) and 24th in free throw shooting percentage (.500) on the court for the Seminoles late against NC State at home as a freshman and made a 3- point shot to put the Seminoles up with 1:34 remaining in the game was one of three 3-point shots made during the season often compared to former Kentucky All-American and current Detroit Piston Tayshaun Prince with similarities made in their tall and lean body frames and outside shooting skills. AS A SOPHOMORE (2004): Averaged 3.2 points (10th on the team), 1.8 rebounds (tied for ninth) and shot.517 from the field to rank second among the regulars in the Seminoles rotation ranked in the top 25 among ACC freshmen in seven different statistical categories ranked fifth in field goal percentage (.517), 11th in blocked shots (0.2 bpg), 13th in rebounding (1.8 rpg), 15th in scoring AL THORNTON SOPHOMORE FORWARD PERRY, GA 12 Perry High School (Brett Hardy) (2.8 ppg), 20th in assists (0.4 apg), 21st in steals (0.2 spg) and 24th in free throw shooting percentage (.500) among the newcomers in the most talented college basketball league in the nation career high of 12 points came in his second career game against Nicholls State (Nov. 26) made his career high of six field goals in a career-high eight attempts while playing his career high of 18 minutes against the Colonels strong game defensively at North Carolina (Feb. 21) with three steals in seven minutes played during the first half against the Tar Heels his three steals against the Tar Heels accounted for nearly half of his seven steals for the entire season made three 3-point shots with none more important than one against NC State in Tallahassee to put the Seminoles ahead with 1:34 remaining in the game took a pass from Nate Johnson and swished home the long-range shot from the right elbow scored four points against Wichita State in his first career NIT game all four points came in the second half as the Seminoles outscored the Shockers in the second half and won the game in double overtime, the win was the first for the Seminoles in the postseason since the 1998 NCAA Tournament scored 84 points in 238 minutes played during his first collegiate season scored seven points in 11 minutes played against NC State (Jan. 18) and totaled 12 points in 18 minutes against South Carolina State (Nov. 26) Thornton s seven points against NC State rank as his ACC career high while his 12 points against Nicholls State rank as his single game career high during his first 30 games as a Seminole (vs. Clemson) averaged 0.0 points and 1.5 rebounds in two games against Clemson pulled down two rebounds, blocked one shot and earned one steal as the Seminoles defeated Clemson in Tallahassee (Feb. 14) scored one point and added one steal as Florida State traveled to play at Clemson (Jan. 13) (vs. Duke) averaged 1.0 point and 1.0 rebound in two games against NCAA semifinalist Duke scored two points and had one blocked shot as the Seminoles nearly defeated Duke for the third consecutive season in Tallahassee (Feb. 29) was perfect on two first half free throws to bring Florida State within four at with 3:18 left before intermission the Seminoles had trailed by as many as eight during the first half pulled down two rebounds in two minutes of play as the Seminoles traveled to play at Durham (Jan. 29) (vs. Georgia Tech) averaged 0.0 points and 0.0 rebounds in one game against NCAA Tournament runner-up Georgia Tech earned three minutes of playing time as Florida State defeated No. 10-ranked Georgia Tech in Tallahassee (Feb. 3) the Seminoles won the game, 81-65, to hand the Yellow Jackets their worst margin of defeat during the entire season (vs. Maryland) averaged 0.5 points and 0.0 rebounds in two games against ACC Champion and NCAA Tournament participant Maryland scored one point in one minute as the Seminoles defeated the No. 24-ranked Terps in Tallahassee (Dec. 28) his one point came on a free throw with 1:41 remaining in the first half to bring the Seminoles within one at his free throw was followed by a layup by Michael Joiner with six seconds remaining in the half to put the Seminoles up at halftime Florida State won the game to open their conference schedule with a victory for the first time since 2000 (vs. North Carolina) averaged 3.5 points and 1.5 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant North Carolina tied his ACC career high of seven points in the Seminoles monumental 24-point comeback against the Tar Heels in Tallahassee (Jan. 22) a slam dunk with eight minutes remaining in the second half brought Florida State to within and helped the Seminoles continue their march toward defeating North Carolina his dunk began Florida State s final push which closed the game on a 15-8 run and allowed the Seminoles to tie the game. Al Thornton s Career Statistics Totals Al Thornton s Conference Statistics Totals Al Thornton s NIT Statistics Totals PLAYERS 15

7 ON WAFER: One of the top young players in the ACC ranked third on the team in scoring with a 7.9 points per game average and 43 3-point shots made ranked 15th among the ACC leaders with a point field goals made per game average in 2004 was one of only three freshmen to rank in the top 15 among all conference players in that category twice named the ACC Rookie of the Week during the season was one of only three ACC freshmen to win the award multiple times during the season he was joined by only Chris Paul of Wake Forest (four times) and Luol Deng of Duke (six times) only the seventh McDonald s High School All- American to play at Florida State joins current Seminole Anthony Richardson (2001) along with Irving Thomas (1985), Douglas Edwards (1989), LaMarr Greer (1994), Corey Louis (1994) and Randell Jackson (1995) as McDonald s All-Americans who have worn the garnet and gold scored eight points on three-ofeight shooting from the field and pulled down three rebounds in the McDonald s All-American game which was played at Gund Arena in Cleveland, Ohio his eight points came in only 15 minutes of play with two coming on a ferocious dunk after driving the baseline was matched up defensively against LeBron James at times during the game finished second to LeBron James in the McDonald s All-American slam-dunk contest finished as the runner-up by only four points to James earned All-America Third-Team honors VON WAFER SOPHOMORE GUARD HOMER, LA 22 Heritage Christian Academy (Jerome Tang) from USA Today newspaper following his senior season one of only three players of the 15 selected to the USA Today s first three teams who played their collegiate careers in the ACC Wafer was joined by only Luol Deng (2004 First Round NBA Draft Choice) and Chris Paul of Wake Forest (2004 ACC Rookie of the Year) in the nation s top conference played in the Capital Classic in Washington, D.C., following his senior season started alongside LeBron James and scored seven points in 22 minutes of playing time one of six current Seminoles to have played in the Capital Classic Anthony Richardson and Adam Waleskowski in 2001, Alexander Johnson in 2002 and Jason Rich and Isaiah Swann in 2004 a consensus top-25 player nationally following his outstanding prep career PrepStars.com had him ranked as the sixth best high school player in the nation FutureStars and HoopscoopOnline.com rated him eighth, PrepSpotlight.com had him at ninth, Rivals100.com had him ranked 18th, and ESPN.com had him coming in at No. 27 is one of four members who made up the consensus No. 1 recruiting class in the nation of the players entering college for the season ranked second on the list of top five small forwards. AS A FRESHMAN (2004): Averaged 7.9 points (third on the team), 1.9 rebounds (eighth), 1.1 assists (fifth) and 0.8 steals (seventh) while hitting 43 3-point shots (second) his 43 3-points shots made ranked as the second highest total in school history by a freshman behind only Tharon Mayes 46 3-point shots made during his inaugural collegiate season in 1988 ranked among the freshmen class leaders in the ACC in numerous statistical categories third among all conference freshmen with 43 3-point field goals made ranked sixth among all conference freshmen in scoring (7.9 ppg), ninth in assists (1.1 apg), 10th in steals (0.8 spg), 11th in rebounding (1.9 rpg), 12th in 3-point field goal percentage (.326), 15th in free throw percentage (.600) and 18th in field goal percentage (.369) twice earned ACC Rookie of the Week honors during his freshman season earned the honor on Dec. 1 for his performances against Georgetown College (Nov. 24), Nicholls State (Nov. 26) and South Carolina State (Nov. 28) as he averaged 11.0 points and 3.0 rebounds in three victories again earned the honor on Dec. 29 for his performances against Pittsburgh (Dec. 22) and Maryland (Dec. 28) as he averaged 12.0 points and shot.563 from the field against two nationally ranked teams played well against ranked teams in his first season with a 7.7 points per game scoring average against the 15 ranked teams on Florida State s schedule double figure scoring against No. 10 Pittsburgh (13 points, Dec. 22), No. 24 Maryland (15 points, Feb. 8), No. 21 NC State (12 points, Feb. 10) may have played his best of his first season at Virginia (Jan. 18) with a career-high 17 points, a career-high six field goals made, a career-high 15 field goals attempted, a career-high tying four 3-point field goals made, a career-high four offensive rebounds, a career-high four defensive rebounds, a careerhigh eight rebounds and a career-high five assists against the Cavaliers began his first season like a house on fire with double figure scoring in his first three games 10 against Georgetown, 11 against Nicholls State and 12 against South Carolina State for an 11.0 points per game average not afraid of playing at Duke with eight points in his first trip to Cameron Indoor Stadium scored eight points including a pressure-filled, defense-in-his-grill 3- point shot to bring the Seminoles to within two at with just over one minute remaining 11 points at Stetson for one of 12 times he scored in double figures during the season among the Seminoles top 3-point shooting specialists, he made his career high of four from long range at Virginia (Jan. 18) and in the Seminoles dramatic double overtime victory over Wichita State in the first round of the NIT made three or more 3- point shots in six different games including his second career game against Nicholls State, his first ACC Tournament game against NC State and his first NIT game against Wichita State was sevenof-16 (.438) in the final three games of the season (vs. Clemson) averaged 7.5 points, 1.5 rebounds and 1.5 steals in two games against Clemson scored eight points and pulled down one rebound in his first career ACC road game as the Seminoles traveled to play at Clemson (Jan. 13) totaled seven points, two rebounds and one steal as Florida State defeated Clemson in Tallahassee (Feb. 14) totaled five second half points to help the Seminoles outdistance the Tigers in the second half to gain their fifth ACC victory of the season. Von Wafer s Career Statistics Totals Von Wafer s Conference Statistics Totals Von Wafer s NIT Statistics Totals PLAYERS

8 ROMERO S REDSHIRT SEASON (2004): A highly touted big man who decided to redshirt the entire season when the NCAA restored his eligibility after the Seminoles had played 15 regular season and two exhibition games in question was Romero s amateur status resulting from his playing days in his native Argentina before enrolling at Lon Morris Junior College in 2001 a ruling by the NCAA Division I Management Council announced Jan. 12, 2004 restored his eligibility during its annual meeting in Nashville, the Division I Management Council determined that its endorsement of the effective date for the new amateurism standard for transfer student-athletes should be amended the initial directive, made in July 2002, from the management council stated any studentathlete who enrolled in an NCAA institution after August 1, 2003, and had signed a professional contract would fall under a new reinstatement standard DIEGO ROMERO JUNIOR FORWARD RIVADAVIA, ARGENTINA 25 Lon Morris Junior College (Dale Dotson) the management council determined the new standard, which makes student-athletes permanently ineligible to play a sport if they sign a professional contract that makes them a professional in that sport, unintentionally harmed transfer studentathletes by not applying the former standard for those student-athletes already enrolled at a collegiate institution before the effective date the new directive made it clear to the student-athlete reinstatement staff and committee that any student-athlete who is in conflict with the amateurism rules dealing with professionalizing themselves, and enrolled at an NCAA institution after the effective date, would be ineligible to play that sport the new standard also alleviated the two-prong standard that was previously applied to student-athletes seeking reinstatement by amending the directive, student-athletes who enrolled at any college prior to August 1, 2003, would be evaluated under the intent-to-professionalize standard which was previously used said Florida State Director of Athletics Dave Hart., Jr., regarding the decision: If not for the combination of expertise, persistent effort and research of the part of Bob Minnix (Florida State University s Associate Athletic Director for Compliance), I don t know that we would have ever arrived at this ultimate outcome. Certainly, the decision to restore Diego s eligibility is in the best interest of fairness and student-athlete welfare. ON ROMERO: Some services rated him as the best big man in the country. He s a very gifted high ON GRIFFIN: Antonio has a 40-inch vertical leap, so he s a phenomenal athlete. He is an athlete and a slasher who can get to the basket. He s really good off the dribble, has a good mid-range game and rebounds very well. He constantly works on his game and is in the gym all the time, said Scottsdale head coach Paul Eberhart originally signed with Leonard Hamilton and Florida State in 2003 and re-signed with the Seminoles in 2004 has two years of eligibility remaining as the season begins completed his degree requirements at Scottsdale Community College in Arizona and did not play basketball during the season named as the 21st best junior college player in the nation by CBSSportsLine.com following his sophomore ( ) season at Scottsdale ranked as the sixth best junior college power forward by Lindy s College Basketball Annals and by Van Coleman of Future Stars prior to his second junior college season an athletic player who has shown an improved outside shot helped lead the Compton Magic to the title at the annual Jerry Mullen Junior College Showcase in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in July of 2002 grew up in the Atlanta area and has followed the ACC his entire life when he originally signed with Florida State in 2003, he was one of four players who made up the consensus No.1 recruiting class in the nation he was joined by top 30 junior college recruit Diego Romero and standout freshmen Alexander Johnson and Von Wafer. AT SCOTTSDALE ( ): Earned his associate s degree from Scottsdale Community College in 2004 averaged 16.0 points and 7.4 rebounds per game as a sophomore in ranked 11th in the conference statistics in rebounding scored his career high of 28 points and pulled down his career high of 16 rebounds against South Mountain Community College as a sophomore earned All-Arizona Community College Athletic Conference honorable mention honors following the season helped Scottsdale to a fifth place Division I Conference finish as a sophomore Scottsdale Community College is located in Tempe, Arizona, and is a member of the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference led Scottsdale to their first 20-win season in three years before losing in the semifinals of the ACCAC conference tournament in post player and shoots the ball from 17 to 20 feet as well as any big man in the country. He likes to rotate to the blocks off the jump shot, said his junior college coach Dale Dotson was among one of four members making up the Seminoles consensus No. 1 ranked recruiting class in the nation of the players entering college for the season an ideal fit for Florida State s up-tempo system plays a high post game not typical for 6-10 players has the ability to play inside and the skill to move outside and outplay his defender shoots and passes the ball well and has good mobility for a player of his size sets himself apart from other big men with his outside shooting ability named as 27th best junior college player by CBS SportsLine.com following his second season at Lon Morris a preseason All-America by Street and Smith s magazine and rated as the eighth best JUCO prospect in the nation prior to his sophomore season according to Lindy s College Basketball Annals helped Lon Morris reach the quarterfinals of the junior college national tournament as a freshman and the semifinals of the junior college Region XIV Tournament as a sophomore scored his career high of 26 points against Paris Junior College and pulled down his career high of 13 rebounds against Panola Junior College during his freshman season Lon Morris won 55 games (27.5 wins per season) during Romero s two seasons in the lineup Lon Morris was ranked third in the nation in the junior college preseason polls. ANTONIO GRIFFIN JUNIOR FORWARD PHOENIX, AZ 2 Scottsdale Community College (Paul Eberhardt) AT LOS ANGELES CITY COLLEGE ( ): Played in 18 games during the fall semester at Los Angeles City College before transferring to Scottsdale. AT COMPTON CENTENNIAL HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Compton Centennial High School in 2000 was a top 25 All-West All-Star selection by Fullcourt Press magazine as a senior. PERSONAL: Born June 12, 1983 Antonio is the son of Carl and Vernester Griffin is the oldest of three brothers Mychael, 19, and Joshua, 16 is from a military family played high school basketball at Tempe (AZ) McClintock before transferring to Compton (CA) Centennial for his senior year transferred to Scottsdale after spending half a year at L.A. City College in California originally from Madison, Ga., outside of Atlanta chose Florida State over Oregon State, Pittsburgh, Fresno State, New Mexico, Washington State and Louisiana Tech. PLAYERS 17

9 ON RICH: Jason Rich is the most gifted basketball player I have ever coached. He has no weaknesses. What separates him from others is that he can create his own shot at any time and he has a mid-range game. He is very good shooting off the dribble and he has a good pull-up jumper. He is such a good penetrator and has an explosive first step. He is also a good defender. Jason will go down as the best player in school history, said his high school coach Anthony Long earned Parade All-America Third-Team honors following his senior season one of only four Parade All-Americans bound for the ACC a four-star guard and ranked as the 28th best high school player in the nation as a senior by Rivals.com also named as the seventh best guard in the nation by Rivals.com named as the top high school basketball player in the state of Florida by FloridaHoops.com the 22nd ranked high school player in the nation by ON SWANN: Isaiah has the full package as a guard. He can do several things well on the court. He can shoot the ball well. He can pass the ball. He can run the fastbreak. He s a lot like Steve Francis, who used to play for Maryland. He s a good combo guard who can do a lot of things on the floor, said Hargrave Military Academy head coach Kevin Keatts led Hargrave Military Academy to a 25-1 record and the national high school championship as a fifth-year senior in 2004 was one of six players to sign with a Division I program for the 2005 season including Darian Townes who is currently a freshman at Arkansas played the true point guard position at Hargrave in 2004 after playing the combo guard position during the majority of his prep career ranked No. 34 on the Rivals.com list of the nation s top 150 high school players entering the college ranks this season also rated by Rivals as the ninth best shooting guard in the JASON RICH FRESHMAN GUARD ORLANDO, FL 21 Dr.Phillips High School (Anthony Long) InsideHoops.com one of six current Seminoles who played in the Jordan Capital Classic following his senior season played against current Seminole teammate Isaiah Swann in the 2004 game Swann and Rich are joined by Von Wafer who played in the game in 2003, Alexander Johnson in 2002 and Anthony Richardson and Adam Waleskowski who played in the classic in 2001 scored six points, pulled down four rebounds and dished out four assists in 16 minutes as a starter against Swann who scored 10 points in 17 minutes. AT DR.PHILLIPS: Graduated from Dr. Phillips High School in 2004 averaged 21.5 points, 4.5 assists, 2.9 steals and shot.550 from the field as a senior in 2004 the team leader in scoring in all but two games as a senior earned All-State First- Team honors as a senior in becoming only the second player in school history to earn the honor only Rich and former NC State and Georgia star Damien Wilkins are Dr. Phillips alum who have been named as the best players in the state of Florida as seniors named All-State First-Team by the Florida Sports Writers Association as both a junior and senior became the first player in school history to earn All-State First-Team honors in two consecutive seasons an All-Central Florida selection by the Orlando Sentinel earned All-Metro Conference First-Team honors his senior season led Dr. Phillips to a 20-7 record and a final ranking of No. 7 in the state the Panthers were ranked No. 1 in the state during his senior season for the first time incoming freshmen class was ranked as the fifthbest fifth-year prep player by Rivals entering his only year at Hargrave named the fifth-best player at the Nike All-Star camp during the summer of 2003 played for the East Team at the U.S. Olympic Developmental Festival also during the summer of 2003 an athletic, left-handed point guard who is capable of putting up big numbers considered to be a smart player who sees the floor well and does a great job of getting his teammates involved one of the most athletic prep guards in the country who has a very versatile offensive game he has an incredible ability to drive the lane and dunk over players who are much taller than him and has the ability to knock down the outside shot one of the best scorers in the class of 2004 has been a winner at every stop during his career one of six current Seminoles who played in the Jordan Capital Classic as a high school senior Swann and current freshman Jason Rich played in the game in 2004, sophomore Von Wafer played in 2003, sophomore Alexander Johnson played in 2002 and seniors Anthony Richardson and Adam Waleskowski played in the game in 2001 scored 10 points and had three assists in 17 minutes of play as a starter in the prestigious Capital Classic played at the Comcast Center in College Park, Md. a starter in the Charm City Classic and scored 15 points, pulled down three rebounds, recorded two assists and earned two steals in leading the U.S. All-Star team to a victory he scored in in school history Dr. Phillips was ranked second in the state in the final poll of the 2004 season and were not ranked below 10th in the state during his senior season led Dr. Phillips to the Metro Conference Championship with a perfect 14-0 record Rich led Dr. Phillips to its first ever undefeated Metro Conference Championship in school history over his final two years at Dr. Phillips, the Panthers amassed a 25-2 conference record with one championship and one runner-up finish scored at least 30 points three times with his senior season high of 33 points coming against Olympia scored 31 points against Edgewater Dec. 1 Edgewater finished the season as the No. 1-ranked team in the state of Florida also 31 points against Cyprus Creek in January of his senior season established school records for points scored (683) and points scored per games (22.8) as a junior also averaged 6.1 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 3.7 steals as a junior career high of 34 points came against Olympia Jan. 8, 2003 and totaled 33 against Olympia Jan. 15, PERSONAL: Born May 8, 1986 Jason is the son of Ronnie and Addie Rich was born in Pensacola, Fla., and was a childhood friend of current Seminole freshman Ralph Mims selected Florida State over Kentucky, Indiana, Connecticut, Georgia Tech and Southern California. ISAIAH SWANN FRESHMAN GUARD GAITHERSBURG, MD 3 Hargrave Military Academy (Kevin Keatts) a variety of ways during the game including a spinning layup to open the game, a fade away 3- pointer, and alley-oop slam and all four of his free throws he also assisted on a spectacular, thunderous slam by current Maryland freshman James Gist. AT HARGRAVE: Graduated from Hargrave Military Academy in 2004 averaged 23.8 points, nine assists and seven rebounds in leading Hargrave to the national prep championship with a 25-1 record. AT OAK HILL: Attended Oak Hill during the academic year as a fourth-year junior averaged 17 points and four rebounds in leading Oak Hill to a 31-4 record was named the Most Valuable Player at the Prime Time Shootout. AT MAGRUDER HIGH SCHOOL: Led Magruder to a 27-0 record and the Maryland 4A Championship as a second-year freshman in 2001 was the first state championship in boys basketball in school history sat out most of his sophomore year in 2002 but averaged 22 points, six steals and four rebounds in leading Magruder to a second consecutive regional championship and transferred to Oak Hill Academy in Virginia following that academic year. PERSONAL: Born Feb. 10, 1985 Isaiah is the son of Yvonne Grigsby selected Florida State over Connecticut, Kentucky, Arizona, Cincinnati and Kansas. 18 PLAYERS

10 ON MIMS: In Ralph Mims, Florida State is getting an extraordinary player. He has the ability and size to be successful at Florida State he is big, strong and quick. I believe he can be a prototypical ACC point guard who is going to fit in well with what Coach Hamilton and his staff are accomplishing at Florida State, said his high school coach Todd Hanson is comfortable playing both the point and shooting guard positions and will be asked to play both during his Seminole career named Mr. Basketball in the state of Maine as a senior and the state Gatorade Player of the Year as a junior named the Most Valuable Player in the state of Maine as a senior by the Maine Telegram Mims performance in the 2004 state championship semifinal and title games was outstanding as he totaled 87 points in the two games in totaling 46 points in the championship game, he scored 41 points including 34 straight from the beginning of the RALPH MIMS FRESHMAN GUARD BRUNSWICK, ME 10 Brunswick High School (Todd Hanson) second quarter to the latter stages of the fourth quarter named the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Player of the Year as a senior. AT BRUNSWICK: Graduated from Brunswick High School in 2004 averaged 28.9 points, 11.4 rebounds, 5.5 assists and 4.5 steals as a senior named Mr. Basketball in the state of Maine his senior season earned All-State First-Team honors three times during his career named the area Player of the Year by the Sun Journal of Lewiston, Maine, during both his junior and senior seasons a four-year starter led Brunswick to the state championship game in 2004 where he scored a State Class A Championship game record 46 points against Portland totaled 41 points against Bangor in the state championship semifinal game and was named the state tournament MVP despite his team finishing as the runners-up his 41 points against Bangor came during the final three quarters of the game as he scored all but two of his team s points during the span led Brunswick to the state title as a sophomore and to runner-up finishes as a junior and senior with Mims as a four-year starter, Brunswick won 95 percent of their games with an 81-4 record scored 1,916 career points for a 22.5 points per game average in 85 games during his career named the MVP of the Eastern Maine District Tournament in 2004 totaled 22 points and six rebounds against Mt. Blue in the Class A quarterfinals as a senior the schoolboy star in Maine who played once against Maryland s Nik Caner- Medley during his prep career Mims and Brunswick defeated Caner-Medley and Deering High School, 83-61, in the Class A state championship game and Mims scored 31 points also led Brunswick to the state championship football game as the Dragons quarterback as a senior a two-way player, also excelling at the cornerback position rushed for nearly 600 yards and completed nearly 50 percent of his passes as a senior also a receiver during the season and caught a 30-yard touchdown pass in a victory over Skowhegan. PERSONAL: Born Nov. 26, 1985 son of Petronia and Clint Mims has one sister, Gabby grew up in Pensacola, Fla. before moving to Maine in the eighth grade one of his friends growing up was current Seminole freshman Jason Rich Mims father serves in the U.S. Navy which has an air station in Brunswick his father is a Senior Master Chief Petty Officer in the Navy high school coach Todd Hanson played at the University of Maine when current Seminole assistant coach was a Black Bears assistant a cousin, Alex Gordon, is a freshman member of the basketball team at Vanderbilt University a classmate from Brunswick, Abby King, is a freshman member of the Florida State women s swimming team selected Florida State over South Carolina and Providence. JEROME HABEL FRESHMAN CENTER BURTONSVILLE, MD 41 Marriott Hospitality Public Charter (Lonnie Brooks) Walt Whitman High School (Orlando Larracuente) ON HABEL: Jerome Habel gets more out of his 6-8 body than most kids bigger than him. He s long, blocks a ton of shots and nabs tough, traffic rebounds. His greatest asset is his quickness off the floor, which he uses to block shots and snatch quick rebounds, said Rob Harrington of PrepStars.com blocked an incredible 21 shots against Archbishop Carroll of Washington, D.C., as a member of the Marriott Charter School during the season the eighth ranked center and the 51st ranked prep player in the nation by Rivals.com in 2004 named as the 34th best fifthyear player in the nation by HoopScoop Online in 2004 played in the 2003 Jordan Capital Classic Regional Game where he scored eight points, pulled down five rebounds and blocked three shots helped his squad to a victory over a team lead by Maryland s D.J. Strawberry Habel s three blocked shots tied for team and game-high honors enhanced his reputation with an outstanding outing at the Nike Peach Jam as a member of the renowned AUU Team, the D.C. Blue Devils named the Most Valuable Player of the Ban-the- Brick All-Star game during the high school season adds a left-handed dimension to his game. AT MARRIOTT CHARTER SCHOOL: Attended the Marriott Hospitality Public Charter High School in Washington, D.C., as a postgraduate student in 2004 Habel s best performance of the year was a triple-double against Carroll during which he blocked an incredible 21 shots, scored 24 points and pulled down 15 rebounds the Marriott Charter school consisted of 145 students in grades 9-12 played with current Providence College freshman Anthony Ivory at the Marriott Charter school. AT WALT WHITMAN: Earned All-Metro honors by the Washington Post in 2003 as he averaged a near triple-double of 20.1 points, 11.1 rebounds and 7.4 blocked shots as a junior the area leader with six triple-doubles and season highs of 28 points (against Kennedy High School) and 15 rebounds (against Watkins Mill) blocked 14 shots against Springbrook and 14 blocks against Blair Academy as a junior earned All-Montgomery County 4A/3A East honors led the Vikings to an 18-5 record during his only season there helped transform a program to one with a winning record that hadn t had one since the season scored his career high of 30 points in a victory over Wottoon Jan. 28, 2003 scored at least 20 points nine times and pulled down at least 10 rebounds 14 times during the season led the team with nine double-doubles. PERSONAL: Born Dec. 27, 1985 Jerome Vinson is his uncle and mentor has played basketball for only three years after transitioning from football a member of the same AAU team in Washington, D.C., as current Seminole freshman Isaiah Swann selected the Seminoles over Cincinnati, Florida, Arizona, Southern California and Houston. PLAYERS 19

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