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Josh Carter

  • Full Name: Joshua Neville Carter
  • Position: Guard / Forward
  • Height/Weight: 6-7 / 200
  • Birthdate: November 20, 1986
  • College: Texas A&M
Texas A&M
Season G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT 3PM 3PA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
2005-06 31 5 84 196 0.429 31 45 0.689 57 142 0.401 84 50 15 9 256 8.3
2006-07 34 34 130 264 0.492 56 72 0.778 86 172 0.5 136 81 24 16 402 11.8
2007-08 36 36 146 347 0.421 69 84 0.821 79 208 0.38 142 50 21 6 440 12.2
2008-09 34 34 143 330 0.433 105 124 0.847 77 193 0.399 147 59 28 8 468 13.8
Totals 135 109 503 1137 0.442 261 325 0.803 299 715 0.418 509 240 88 39 1566 11.6

Career Highlights:

Played in a school-record 135 career games. Finished career as the winningest player in school history with a 98-37 (.726) record. Started in 104 career games. Only player in A&M history to score at least 1,500 points (1,566) with 500 rebounds (509) and 200 assists (240). Owns school record for career three-point field goals (299), fourth in Big 12 history. Ranks seventh in career scoring at A&M. Named Third Team All-Big 12 (Coaches, AP) as a senior. Earned Honorable Mention All-Big 12 honors as a sophomore and junior. Career free throw percentage of .803 ranks third in school annals.

Senior (2008-09):

Named Second-Team All-Big 12 (Dallas Morning News). Scored a career-high 29 points (7-of-10 three-pointers) vs. Iowa State. Made game-winning three-pointer at buzzer against Nebraska. Led team in scoring (13.8). Ranked second in Big 12 in season free throw accuracy (.847) and in three-point field goals per game (2.6) in league play. A&M was 21-5 when he scored in double figures. Scored game-high 23 points, making 5-of-9 treys, in win at Alabama. Had just 38 turnovers in 1040 minutes of play (one every 27.4 minutes of play).

Junior (2007-08):

Led the team in scoring (12.2 ppg). Ranked fifth in the Big 12 in three-point field goal percentage (.380). Scored 20 or more points three times. Tallied 23 points and five rebounds vs. UTEP. Posted 17 points and five rebounds at Arizona. Recorded a 15-point, 10-rebound double-double vs. Baylor and notched 17 points and six rebounds in the rematch. Registered 19 points and 10 rebounds vs. Texas. Matched career-high with 26 points, hitting 6-for-10 from three-point range vs. BYU in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

Sophomore (2006-07):

Averaged 11.8 points and 4.0 rebounds. Ranked as the co-leader nationally in three-point field goal percentage (.500). Set school single-season records for three-point field goal percentage and three-point field goals made (86). Matched a school record with eight three-point field goals made in three games. Sank 8-for-11 from beyond the arc in scoring a career-high-matching 26 points at Nebraska. Tallied 24 points, a career-high 10 rebounds, and five assists vs. Texas. Registered 20 points and nine rebounds vs. Missouri. Set career-high of 26 points, hitting 8-for-10 from three-point range, vs. Idaho State.

Freshman (2005-06):

Averaged 8.3 points and 2.7 rebounds in 20.4 minutes a contest. Started five times. Scored 20 or more points six times. Made all seven field goal attempts, including five threes, on his way to 20 points vs. Grambling. Tallied 15 points and six rebounds vs. Kansas. Dished out a career-high nine assists vs. Tulane. Set season highs of 25 points and seven rebounds, hitting 6-for-10 from three-point range vs. Texas in the semifinals of the Big 12 Tournament.

Strengths: Smooth shooter with good size on the wing. Has good form on his shot and uses a quick first step to pull up or get to the basket. Uses length and athleticism to defend perimeter players effectively.

Personal: Majoring in community health. Is active in Athletes in Action and helped AIA to the 2006 William Jones Cup title in Taiwan. Brother, Warren, played collegiately at Illinois and brother, Kevin, played at Texas A&M-Commerce.

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