Full Name:
Chris Ray Wilcox
Position:
Forward
College:
Maryland
Height:
6-10
Weight:
221
High School:
Enloe HS (Raleigh, N.C.)
Previous High Schools:
Whiteville HS (Whiteville, N.C.) West Columbus HS (Whiteville, N.C.)
Birthdate:
August 3, 1982
Birthplace:
Raleigh, N.C.

Statistics
NBA DRAFT 2002
Selected in the first round (eighth overall) by the Los Angeles Clippers.

TEAM WORKOUTS/FEATURES
Q&A with Wilcox
Story on Wilcox workout
Q&A with Wilcox's agent, Rock Newman

HIGHLIGHTS
An early entry candidate for the 2002 NBA Draft.
Enjoyed a meteoric rise from reserve forward as a freshman to one of the nationís most exciting players as a sophomore.
An electrifying leaper, he was a constant on highlight shows for his powerful dunks and impressive blocked shots.
Named Third Team All-Atlantic Coast Conference as a sophomore.
Named Honorable Mention All-ACC as a freshman.
Helped Maryland to the NCAA Final Four in each of his two seasons with the Terrapins, including the NCAA championship as a sophomore.


AT MARYLAND
As a sophomore, started the final 22 games of the season in helping Maryland win the NCAA championship.
Averaged 12.0 points, 7.1 rebounds and 1.56 blocked shots in only 24.1 minutes per game.
In NCAA Final Four win over Kansas, rose to the occasion with 18 points, nine rebounds and four blocked shots in 26 minutes.
In NCAA Championship Game win over Indiana, contributed 10 points and seven rebounds in 24 minutes.
Earlier in the Tournament, contributed 18 points and seven rebounds in win over Wisconsin.
Scored career-high 23 points and added 11 rebounds to lead Maryland in win over Duke.
Scored 21 points (on 8-for-9 FG shooting) and grabbed 11 rebounds vs. Virginia.
Registered 17 points and a career-high 14 rebounds in win over Clemson.
Posted seven double-doubles on the season.
Tallied 15 points, 10 rebounds and a career-high five blocks against Florida State.
Notched 19 points and six rebounds vs. Illinois.
Blocked at least two shots in 15 games.
Grabbed at least nine rebounds in 14 games.
Improved his free throw shooting as the season went on, shooting 68.5 percent over the final 15 games.

As a freshman, averaged 3.6 points and 2.1 rebounds in only 8.6 minutes per game, playing behind Lonny Baxter, Terence Morris (Houston Rockets) and Taj Holden.
Scored season-high 13 points in a season-high 27 minutes in his one start against Florida State.
Made 15 of 24 shots (62.5%) over the last 10 games of the season.
Scored six points in 13 minutes against George Mason in the NCAA Tournament.
Scored nine points and added six rebounds in just 11 minutes vs. Michigan.
Had seven points and season-high eight rebounds in 15 minutes against Stony Brook.
Posted season-high three blocked shots twice, against Florida State and Wake Forest.

STATISTICS
SEASON G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
2000-01 34 1 51 88 .580 20 33 .606 73 16 6 18 122 3.6
2001-02 36 26 173 343 .504 86 147 .585 257 53 53 432 12.0
TOTALS 70 27 224 431 .520 106 180 .589 330 69 71 554 7.9
Three-point field goals: 2000-01, 0-for-0 (.000); 2001-02, 0-for-2 (.000). Totals: 0-for-2 (.000).