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Prospect Profile:
Bryant Matthews

Full Name: Bryant Obidiah Matthews
Position: Forward
Height/Weight: 6-7 / 215
Birthdate: January 12, 1982 (Columbia, S.C.)
High School: Columbia HS (Columbia, S.C.)
College: Virginia Tech
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Virginia Tech
Season G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT 3PM 3PA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
2000-01 26 25 78 193 .404 64 101 .634 16 60 .267 136 46 32 14 236 9.10
2001-02 28 27 91 249 .365 67 95 .705 27 94 .287 143 57 32 26 276 9.90
2002-03 29 29 178 428 .426 107 182 .588 40 121 .331 206 64 48 34 503 17.3
2003-04 29 29 219 463 .473 172 259 .664 31 86 .360 259 43 72 24 641 22.1
Totals 112 110 566 1333 .425 410 637 .644 114 361 .316 744 22 98 98 1656 14.8

Career Highlights: Named Honorable Mention All-America by AP as a senior. Named First Team All-Big East Conference as a senior. Named Virginia State Player of the Year by the Richmond Times-Dispatch as a senior. Concluded career at Virginia Tech ranked ninth in scoring, sixth in steals and ninth in blocked shots. Second player in Virginia Tech history (along with Ace Custis) to record 1,600 career points, 700 career rebounds and 150 career steals. Named to the All-Tournament Team at the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament after averaging 18.0 points, 4.7 rebounds and 2.3 steals.

Senior (2003-04): Led Virginia Tech to its first Big East Tournament berth. Scored in double figures in every game. Twice named Big East Conference Player of the Week. Led the Hokies in scoring, rebounds, steals, minutes played, blocked shots, field goals attempted and made and free throws attempted and made. Led the Hokies in scoring in 24 of 29 games and in rebounding 24 times. Led the Big East Conference in scoring, was second in steals and third in rebounding. Ranked 11th in scoring in Division I and 18th in steals.

Junior (2002-03): Led Virginia Tech in scoring, rebounds, steals, assists and blocked shots, becoming the first player in conference history to do so. Scored in double figures in 27 games. Scored a season-high 30 points, to go with nine rebounds and five steals against Virginia. Tallied 20 points and 11 rebounds against St. John’s.

Sophomore (2001-02): Appeared in all 28 games as a sophomore. Had 14 double-figure scoring games. Fifth on the team in scoring, third in rebounding and second in steals. Scored a season-high 19 points against Boston College.

Freshman (2000-01): Started the first 25 games as a freshman before a leg injury forced him to miss a game. Ranked third on the team in scoring and second in rebounding and steals.

Strengths: Outstanding physical attributes, including speed, spring and quickness laterally and in the air. A very good second- and third-effort rebounder. Showed improvement throughout his college career.

Personal: Is scheduled to graduate on time in May 2004.

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