Rodney Stuckey
Full Name: Rodney Norvell Stuckey
Position: Guard
Height/Weight: 6-5 / 205
Birthdate: April 21, 1986 (Seattle)
High School: Kentwood HS (Kent, Wash.)
College: Eastern Washington

Eastern Washington
2005-06 30 30 250 510 .490 171 225 .760 55 148 .372 144 123 66 8 726 24.2
2006-07 29 29 227 501 .453 215 254 .846 43 161 .267 135 160 71 9 712 24.6
Totals 59 59 477 1011 .472 386 479 .806 98 309 .317 279 283 137 17 1438 24.4

An early entry candidate for the 2007 NBA Draft.

Career Highlights: Named Honorable Mention All-America by The Associated Press his freshman and sophomore seasons and earned All-Big Sky Conference honors both years. Named Big Sky Most Valuable Player as a freshman. Currently ranks fourth in Eastern Washington history in scoring with 1,438 career points. Also holds the highest career scoring average in school history (24.3 ppg), while ranking fourth in assist average (4.8 apg), fourth in steals (137) and fifth in free throw percentage (.806). Has scored 20 or more points 41 times and has surpassed the 30-point mark 15 times. Sat out the 2004-05 season at Eastern Washington while establishing academic eligibility.

Sophomore (2006-07): Led the Big Sky and ranked seventh in the nation in scoring (24.6 ppg), a single-season school record. Also broke his own school records for free throws made (215) and attempted (254) in a season. Ranked second in the conference in assists (5.5 apg) and steals (2.5 spg). Scored 30 or more points nine times. Recorded season highs of 36 points and eight rebounds vs. Portland State. Registered three double-doubles, including a 29-point, 10-assist performance at Weber State. Shot 15-for-16 from the free throw line on his way to 31 points at Sacramento State. Tallied 31 points and six rebounds at Washington. Scored 25 points at UNLV.

Freshman (2005-06): Led the Big Sky and ranked eighth in the nation in scoring (24.2 ppg). Set school single season records for points (726), field goals made (250) and field goals attempted (510). Scored 30 or more points six times. Exploded for a school-record 45 points on 15-for-21 shooting at Northern Arizona. Sank six threes in scoring 34 points at Boise State. Recorded 20 points and seven rebounds vs. Gonzaga. Scored 36 points at Montana. Posted a double-double of 14 points and a season-high 10 assists vs. Pacific Lutheran in his collegiate debut. Tallied 38 points vs. Portland State in the first round of the Big Sky Tournament.

Strengths: Combo guard with excellent strength and scoring ability. Solid ball-handler and passer. Plays hard at both ends of the floor.

Personal: Majored in interdisciplinary studies/criminal justice. Nickname is “Hot Rod”. Favorite athlete is Dwyane Wade.


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