Career Highlights: Named Big Ten Player of the Year by the coaches and the media as a senior. Also named First Team All-American by The Associated Press. Wisconsinís all-time leading scorer with 2,217 points, surpassing Michael Finley. Holds seven other school records, including games played, games started, minutes played, field goals, free throws, free throw attempts and offensive rebounds. Consensus First-Team All-Big Ten selection in 2005-2006 and was the first Badger to lead the Big Ten in scoring since Don Rehfeldt in 1950. Consensus Third-Team All-Big Ten selection in 2004-2005. Appeared in only four games in 2003-04 before earning a medical redshirt. Named to Big Ten All-Freshmen Team.
Senior (2006-07): Started all 36 games and led the Badgers in scoring and scored a school-record 716 points. One of four finalists for the Naismith Trophy. Ranked second in the Big Ten in scoring (19.9 ppg). Scored 20 or more points 20 times, including a streak of seven straight games. Finished second in assists with 73. Finished his career with a 43-game double-digit scoring streak dating back to his junior season.
Junior (2005-06): Started all 31 games and led the team in scoring (19.0 ppg). Ranked among the schoolís single-season top 10 in points (588, fifth), field goals (222, fourth) and field goal attempts (490, third). Averaged 21.6 points against ranked teams. Scored a career-high and Paradise Jam Tournament-record 38 points (fourth-most in school history) in win over Eastern Kentucky.
Sophomore (2004-05): Led the Badgers in scoring (15.2 ppg) and had nine 20-point games. Was second on the team in rebounding (6.1 rpg) and ranked among the top 10 in the conference in both categories. Scored a season-high 27 points vs. Maryland. Averaged 18.5 points vs. ranked teams, including 25 vs. North Carolina.
(2003-04): Played in only four games due to a right foot injury. Received medical redshirt.
Freshman (2002-03): Played in all 32 games, starting the final 27. Finished third on the team in scoring (12.0 ppg). Had season highs in points (24) and rebounds (18) in first career start vs. UNLV. Set a school record with 11 offensive boards in that game.
Strengths: Tremendous athlete who can get up and down the floor. Plays bigger than his height and isnít afraid to take the big shot. Terrific offensive rebounder.
Personal: Parents are Lisa Tucker and Forrest Harris. Majoring in life sciences communications. Nickname is Doe.