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Prospect Profile:
Brian Boddicker

Full Name: Brian David Boddicker
Position: Forward
Height/Weight: 6-8 / 228
Birthdate: June 8, 1981 (Sioux City, Iowa)
High School: Duncanville HS (Duncanville, Texas)
College: Texas
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Texas
Season G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT 3PM 3PA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
2000-01 34 14 66 181 .365 34 49 .694 27 76 .355 133 28 19 9 193 5.70
2001-02 34 6 84 220 .382 37 57 .649 35 99 .354 131 25 14 9 240 7.10
2002-03 33 2 95 210 .452 35 52 .673 50 114 .439 143 14 9 15 275 8.30
2003-04 33 3 84 187 .449 51 66 .773 47 105 .448 159 18 13 8 266 8.10
Totals 134 25 329 798 .412 157 224 .701 159 394 .404 566 85 55 41 974 7.30

Career Highlights: Ranks second in Texas history for career three-point percentage list (.404) and seventh in career three-pointers made (156). Holds the top two single-season three-point percentage marks (.448 as a senior; .439 as a junior) in UT history. Shares school record (with teammate James Thomas) for career games played and consecutive games played (134).

Senior (2003-04): Honorable mention All-Big 12 selection (coaches). Named to the Big 12 All-Reserve Team for third straight season by league’s media. Eclipsed own single-season record for three-point percentage (.448, 47-for-105). Averaged 10.0 points and hit 8-of-13 threes during UT’s three NCAA Tournament games, including 11 points and 3-of-5 threes against Xavier in the Sweet Sixteen.

Junior (2002-03): Key contributor during UT’s run to the NCAA Final Four, averaging 10.6 points and 7.0 rebounds in 21.4 minutes, while hitting 11-of-21 three-pointers. One of six players named to Dick Vitale’s All-Rolaids Team (nation’s top sixth men). Named to the Big 12 All-Reserve Team. Had a career-high 20 points and hit a career-best 6-of-9 from three-point range at No. 12 Kansas.

Sophomore (2001-02): Earned a spot on the Big-12 All-Reserve Team. Pulled down a career-high 13 rebounds in 27 minutes vs. No. 20 Indiana. Recorded a season-high 19 points, including four three-pointers, and grabbed six rebounds against No. 2 Kansas. Turned up his play in the NCAA Tournament, ranking fourth on the team in scoring (8.7 ppg) and rebounding (4.0 rpg) in 19.0 mpg. Recorded 13 points, including 3-of-4 threes, and eight rebounds in 24 minutes during Sweet Sixteen loss to No. 11 Oregon.

Freshman (2000-01): Named to the Big 12 All-Freshman Team. Played in all 34 games and earned team’s Most Improved Player Award. Registered 10 double-figure games, tops among the freshman class. Started 14 consecutive games at center in midseason before returning to sixth-man role.

Strengths: Very proficient three-point shooter when feet are set. Can get up and down the floor and gives good effort defensively.

Personal: Attended Duncanville High School, the same school that produced former Longhorn teammate Chris Owens. Was the second-ever McDonald's All-American to sign with UT. Son of Thomas and Marillis Brockles. Majored in kinesiology.


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