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Sunday, May 07, 2006

More on Shawn Taggart

Shawn Taggart
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SI.com

#0 Shawn Taggart
Iowa State Cyclones (16-14)
Year: Freshman
Averages: 5.6 PPG 3.6 RPG 0.3 APG 45.1 FG%

Season Statistics
531 Minutes (17.7 mpg avg)
64-142 FG-FGA (45.1%)
0-2 3FG-3FGA (0.0%)
41-59 FT-FTA (69.5%)
54 Off Rebs (1.8 avg)
53 Def Rebs (1.8 avg)
107 Total Rebs (3.6 avg)
8 Assists (0.3 avg)
83 Personal Fouls (2.8 avg)
4 Disqualifications
14 Steals (0.5 avg)
40 Turnovers (1.3 avg)
8 Blocks (0.3 avg)
169 Points (5.6 avg)

1 Double-Double
vs. Colorado February 5, 2006 (11 pts, 10 rebs)

6 Double Fugure scoring games
vs. Mountain State Univ November 20, 2005 (16 pts)
vs. Howard November 25, 2005 (15 pts)
vs. Northern Iowa November 29, 2005 (10 pts)
vs. Ohio State December 17, 2005 (13 pts)
vs. Colorado February 5, 2006 (11 pts)
vs. Missouri February 28, 2006 (10 pts)

2 Double Fugure rebounding games
vs. Colorado February 5, 2006 (10 rebs)
vs. Kansas State February 8, 2006 (11 rebs)

Shawn Taggart
C, 6-9, 215, Freshman
Richmond, Va. (George Wythe/Mt. Zion [N.C.] Christian Academy)
Rivals.com

Shawn Taggart

High School: One of the top big men in the class of 2005, Taggart can block shots, rebound and score in a variety ways around the basket...well known for his strong defensive skills...ranked as the 35th-best player in the nation according to Rivals.com...Rivals.com also lists him as the third-best center in this year's class...ranked as the 24th-best prep player in HoopScoop's ratings...rated No. 72 by Sporting News and No. 85 by Basketball News...Lindy's rates him as the 94th-best player in the nation...averaged 20.2 points, 10.3 rebounds and four blocks as a senior, helping Mt. Zion to a prep school national championship...Taggart and Brandon Rush formed one of the best two-man games in prep school in 2005...was teammates in his junior season with Cyclone Tasheed Carr...averaged 10.2 ppg, 9.0 rpg and 2.2 bpg as a junior, helping Mt. Zion to a 30-1 mark...was one of the best players at the ABCD Camp in the summer of 2004...tallied 16 points, eight rebounds, two blocks and two steals in one game...coached in prep school by Antonio Fozard...chose ISU over Memphis, Virginia Tech, Florida State and St. John's.

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