Full Name: David Lee Dixon II
Height/Weight: 6-11 / 280
Birthdate: November 21, 1978 (Houston, TX)
High School: Westbury Christian HS (Houston, TX)
Played final three seasons of collegiate career at Washington, after starting his career at Tyler Junior College in Texas. Developing big man who became a starter at center for the Huskies by the end of his collegiate career.
As a senior, averaged 8.4 points and led the team in rebounding (7.6), blocked shots (67), and field goal shooting (.539). Ranked second in the Pac-10 in blocked shots and third in rebounding. Started all 29 games at center. Led the team in rebounding 16 times. Also led the team in scoring twice, with 15 against Butler on Nov. 18 and 14 against Washington State on Feb. 27 in the teamís last home game of the season. Registered five double-double efforts. Had a season-high 16 rebounds along with 13 points against Stanford on Jan 19. Blocked season-high seven shots, grabbed nine rebounds, and scored eight points at Washington State on Jan. 31. Voted to the 2001 Top of the World Classic All-Tournament Team.
As a junior, saw action in all 30 games, starting 13. Saw 14.7 minutes of playing time per contest, averaging 4.7 points and 3.2 rebounds. Led team in field goal shooting at .574, and finished second on the team in blocks with 24. Scored 13 points and snared six rebounds in an upset of then 13th ranked UCLA on Mar. 3. Also scored 16 points, grabbed six rebounds, and blocked five shots against Washington State on Feb 3.
As a sophomore, saw limited action averaging 7.4 minutes a game in 21 contests, starting twice. Scored team-high 12 points and pulled down four rebounds in 19 minutes of action against Oregon State on Jan . 23. Set season highs of six rebounds and two blocks against Washington State on Feb. 5. Had the most success playing against Oregon State, averaging six points and three rebounds in 26 total minutes of playing time in the two contests.
As a redshirt freshman at Tyler Junior College, averaged 8.0 points and 8.7 rebounds as the teamís starting center. Helped lead Tyler to a 17-14 record and a regional postseason tournament appearance. Set career highs of 25 points and 23 rebounds.
Sat out his first year at Tyler JC in 1997-98 with a broken ankle.