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Prospect Profile:
Devin Harris
Selected with No. 5 overall pick by Washington Wizards; rights traded to Dallas Mavericks

Full Name: Devin Lamar Harris
Position: Guard
Height/Weight: 6-3 (1.91 m) / 185 (83.9 kg)
Birthdate: February 27, 1983 (Milwaukee, Wis.)
High School: Wauwatosa East HS (Milwaukee, Wis.)
College: Wisconsin
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Wisconsin
Season G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT 3PM 3PA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
2001-02 32 32 117 283 .413 101 130 .777 59 161 .366 105 56 43 18 394 12.3
2002-03 32 32 132 285 .463 90 119 .756 53 137 .387 147 98 65 18 407 12.7
2003-04 32 32 189 412 .459 171 216 .792 75 201 .373 139 141 56 4 624 19.5
Totals 96 96 438 980 .447 362 465 .778 187 499 .375 391 295 164 40 1425 14.8

An early entry candidate for the 2004 NBA Draft.

Career Highlights: Named Second Team All-America in 2003-04 by The Associated Press, NABC, USBWA, ESPN.com, SI.com, The Sporting News and FoxSports.com. Named 2003-04 Big Ten Player of the Year. Only the second player in school history to start every game as a freshman, sophomore and junior. Broke Michael Finley’s single-season scoring record with 624 points in 2003-04. His 1,425 points rank seventh in Wisconsin history. Sits fourth on Wisconsin’s career steals list with 164.

Junior (2003-04): Started all 32 games and played a Wisconsin single-season record 1,162 minutes. Finished second in the Big Ten in scoring (19.5 ppg). Led the Badgers in assists (4.4 apg) and steals (1.8 spg). His 75 three-pointers were the second-highest single-season total in school history. Had three 30-point games and seven 25-point games over his last 17 games. Set school records with 171 free throws made and 216 attempted. Scored a career-high 38 points against Minnesota. Dished out a career-high nine assists on three occasions. Averaged 23.7 points in three Big Ten Tournament games. Named First Team All-Big Ten.

Sophomore (2002-03): Started all 32 games and ranked second on the team in scoring (12.7 ppg) and assists (3.1 apg). Led the conference in steals (2.0 spg). Named Second Team All-Big Ten by the coaches and Third Team by the media. Ranked 11th in the conference in field goal percentage (46.3%) and sixth in three-point percentage (38.7%). Hit the game-winning free throw with 0.4 second left in the Big Ten title-clinching game against Illinois.

Freshman (2001-02): Started all 32 games and played a school freshman record 1,094 minutes. Also set freshman records for three-pointers (59), three-point attempts (161) and free throw percentage (77.7%). Led the Badgers in steals (43), while ranking second on the team in scoring (12.3 ppg). Scored in double figures 22 times. Made at least four three-pointers in seven games. Had back-to-back 20-point scoring efforts against Iowa (20) and Michigan (21).

Strengths: Has the ability to play both guard spots. Shows good range on his jumpshot to go with a quick first step. Uses long arms and quickness to get steals on defense. An excellent athlete with good leaping ability.

Personal: Parents are Terry and Julie Harris. Has an older brother Bruce and younger sister Tanisha. Majoring in sociology. Played one season of volleyball in high school and was named All-Conference.

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