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Prospect Profile:
Justin Reed
Selected with No. 40 overall pick by Boston Celtics

Full Name: Justin Michael Reed
Position: Forward
Height/Weight: 6-8 (2.03 m) / 240 (108.1 kg)
Birthdate: January 16, 1982 (Jackson, Miss.)
High School: Provine HS (Jackson, Miss.)
College: Mississippi
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Mississippi
Season G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT 3PM 3PA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
2000-01 35 32 160 335 .478 62 113 .549 3 23 .130 205 27 45 24 385 11.0
2001-02 31 29 167 348 .480 111 141 .787 8 29 .276 205 34 24 15 453 14.6
2002-03 28 26 159 326 .488 92 126 .730 20 47 .426 147 30 35 27 430 15.4
2003-04 28 27 193 416 .464 117 160 .731 14 59 .237 209 41 19 23 517 18.5
Totals 122 114 679 1425 .476 382 540 .707 45 158 .285 766 132 123 89 1785 14.6

Career Highlights: Competed with Team USA at the 2001 World University Games. Became the first Rebel to earn All-SEC honors all four years. Ranks fifth on the Ole Miss all-time scoring list and sixth in career rebounding. Named 2001 SEC Freshman and Newcomer of the Year.

Senior (2003-04): Selected to the All-SEC First Team and NABC All-District 6 First Team. Only player to rank top five in the SEC in both scoring (2nd at 18.5 ppg) and rebounding (5th at 7.5 rpg). Led team in both points and rebounds in 16 of the 28 games. Recorded 12 games with 20 or more points, including a career-high 32 in a Rebel victory over No. 23 South Carolina.

Junior (2002-03): Earned Associated Press All-SEC Third Team and NABC All-District 6 Second Team honors. Also named to SEC Academic Honor Roll. Finished the year ranked among SEC leaders in scoring (10th), rebounding (19th), field goal percentage (8th) and free throw percentage (9th).

Sophomore (2001-02): Named to the Coaches All-SEC Second Team and Associated Press All-SEC Third Team. Earned NABC All-District 6 Second Team honors. Made the biggest improvement in free throw percentage in the nation, going from .549 in 2000-01 to .787 percent in 2001-02. Finished the year ranked among the SEC leaders in scoring (14th), rebounding (9th), field goal percentage (6th) and free throw percentage (3rd)

Freshman (2000-01): Earned 2001 Rivals.com Freshman All-America Third Team honors. Voted 2001 SEC Freshman of the Year by SEC Coaches and SEC Newcomer of the Year by Associated Press. First Ole Miss player to receive SEC Freshman of Year honor. Named to Associated Press All-SEC Third Team. Selected to SEC All-Tournament Team. Scoring average of 11.0 points led all SEC freshmen and was second on the Ole Miss squad. Led Ole Miss with 12.6 ppg in SEC play.

Strengths: Hard-working player who can play at either the power or small forward spot. Worked himself into an outstanding midrange jump shooter. Has good post moves, as well as the ability to bring the ball up the court.

Personal: Son of Diane Reed.

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