Roy Hibbert
Full Name: Roy Denzil Hibbert
Position: Center
Height/Weight: 7-2 / 278
Birthdate: December 11, 1986
High School: Georgetown Prep
College: Georgetown
 

Georgetown
Season G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT 3PM 3PA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
2004-05 32 17 60 128 .469 43 65 .662 0 0 .000 111 30 11 40 163 5.10
2005-06 33 33 148 251 .590 86 119 .723 0 0 .000 227 44 8 54 382 11.6
2006-07 37 37 186 277 .671 105 153 .686 0 0 .000 254 39 18 90 477 12.9
2007-08 34 34 179 294 .609 93 144 .646 3 3 .000 216 63 18 75 454 13.4
Totals 136 121 573 950 .603 327 481 .680 3 3 .000 808 176 55 259 1476 10.9

Career Highlights: Finished his collegiate career ranked 15th in scoring, eighth in rebounding and fourth in block shots on Georgetown’s all-time lists. As a junior, helped to lead Georgetown to its first Final Four since 1985.

Senior (2007-08): Selected to The Associated Press All-America Second Team and the All-Big East First Team. Hibbert was the key cog in a senior class which led the Hoyas to a 100-36 record over his four years on campus. Led the Hoyas in scoring (13.4 ppg), rebounding (6.4 rpg) and blocks (2.2 bpg). Ranked third in the Big East with a .609 field goal percentage. Tallied season-highs with 25 points and 13 rebounds in a Big East Tournament victory over West Virginia.

Junior (2006-07): An All-NCAA East Regional First Team selection. Named to the All-Big East First Team and All-Big East Tournament Team. Led Georgetown in rebounding (6.9 rpg) and blocked shots (90), while ranking second in scoring (12.9 ppg). Shot a whopping .671 from the field. Connected on 12-of-13 free throws vs. West Virginia. Logged a career-best 27 points vs. Cincinnati. Collected 11 double-doubles, including five consecutive double-doubles in postseason play.

Sophomore (2005-06): Led Georgetown in rebounding (6.9 rpg) and blocked shots (54), and was second in scoring (11.6 ppg). Shot .590 from the field. A Second Team All-Big East selection. Recorded seven point-rebound double-doubles, including a 20-point, 14-rebound effort in an NCAA Tournament win over Ohio State.

Freshman (2004-05): Started 17 games and averaged 15.8 minutes per contest. Recorded two point-rebound double-doubles, including a 15-point, 14-rebound performance against Notre Dame. Ranked second on the team in blocks with 40.

Strengths: Tremendous size with increasing mobility as his game continues to mature. Capable rebounder and shotblocker. Soft touch and good hands around the basket make him a threat on both ends of the court.

Personal: Son of Roy and Pat Hibbert.



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