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Prospect Profile:
Julius Page

Full Name: Julius Marvin Page
Position: Guard
Height/Weight: 6-2 / 191
Birthdate: February 26, 1982 (Buffalo, N.Y.)
High School: Turner-Carroll H.S. (Buffalo, N.Y.)
College: Pittsburgh
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Pittsburgh
Season G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT 3PM 3PA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
2000-01 33 25 109 257 .424 38 61 .623 43 126 .341 61 35 22 5 299 9.10
2001-02 35 35 157 337 .466 55 68 .809 57 182 .313 125 76 16 16 426 12.2
2002-03 32 32 144 295 .488 49 70 .700 54 146 .370 110 70 9 24 391 12.2
2003-04 36 36 134 361 .371 72 102 .706 56 170 .329 106 63 14 25 396 11.0
Totals 136 128 544 1250 .435 214 301 .711 210 624 .337 402 244 44 87 1512 11.1

Career Highlights: Four-year starter who led Pittsburgh to a 107-30 mark, three Big East regular-season titles, three NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen appearances and 2003 Big East Tournament Championship. Two-year All-Region selection and two-time All-Big East selection. Finished career ranked 12th in school history with 1,512 points. Set school career records for games started (128) and minutes played (4,398).

Senior (2003-04): Led Pittsburgh to a school-record 31-5 record, Big East regular season title and NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearance. Named to USBWA All-District 1 Team and NABC All-District Second Team. A Big East Honorable Mention selection. Named one of 30 candidates for the John R. Wooden Award. Hit double figures 21 times and registered two 20-plus scoring games.

Junior (2002-03): Led Pittsburgh to 28-5 record, 2003 Big East Tournament Championship and NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen. Selected to USBWA All-District 1 Team and NABC All-District 3 Team. All-Big East Third Team selection. Named Big East Championship’s Most Outstanding Player. Named team’s best defensive player at the team banquet. Led Panthers in scoring (12.2 ppg). Scored career-high 25 points against Syracuse.

Sophomore (2001-02): Ranked second on the team in scoring (12.2 ppg). Scored 18 points in the Panthers’ loss to Kent State in the NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen. Helped the team advance to the round of 16 by scoring 17 points in a win over California.

Freshman (2000-01): Became a starter in December and made 25 consecutive starts the remainder of the season. Ranked second on the team in scoring (9.1 ppg). Scored in double figures 14 times. Connected on a team-high 43 three-pointers. Scored a season-high 22 points in an NIT victory over St. Bonaventure.

Strengths: Has a 39-inch vertical leap. Aggressive defender, who will body up his opponent. Shows good form on his jumpshot.

Personal: Son of Selina Page. One of seven children. Named Julius by his parents after Dr. J (Julius Erving). His father was at a basketball game when his mother went into labor, so they decided to name him Julius. Known for his stylish headbands and sporting a T-shirt with one sleeve under his jersey, and has created his own clothing line (T-shirts and headbands) with the J.P. (Julius Page) insignia.

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