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6-1 / 195
Non-scholarship player who was by far the most valuable of Georgia's many walk-ons.
Started eight games in 2004-05 -- seven of which were SEC contests -- in place of three different Bulldogs.
Started in place of Stukes in the Vandy game Jan. 22 and scored a season-high 19 points. Nine of those points came in the last five minutes, when the outcome remained unresolved.
Played 29 minutes in his first collegiate game, handing out six assists in the Western Kentucky game.
Averaged 32 minutes per game over the 2nd half of the SEC schedule, including two 40-minute efforts.
Led all Bulldogs in 3-point percentage (36.3%). All but seven of his field-goal attempts have come from 3-point range.
Played junior basketball in Australia with Utah sophomore Andrew Bogut, one of the top centers in college basketball and a likely top pick in the 2005 NBA Draft.
Non-scholarship player whose status as a true point guard makes him a valuable commodity on this year's team.
Coaches regard him as an excellent shooter with great instincts for the game.
High School (Memorial Day):Coach: Mark Sussman
Played one season (2003) as an exchange student for Memorial Day School in Savannah, Ga.
Averaged 28.4 points, 7.2 rebounds and and a whopping 12.4 assists per game for Memorial in that one season, setting a single-season school record for most assists (424).
Did not play as a senior in 2004 because, according to the Ga. Independent School Assn., his 4-year window of eligibility had expired.
Memorial Day won the GISA region title and was state runner-up in 2003.
Won three Australian national junior titles (2000-02) as a member of the Victoria Metro program.
Full Name: Kevin Anthony Brophy
Birthdate/Birthplace: February 26, 1985 in Melbourne, Australia
Parents: Eamonn and Anne Brophy
Why I Chose UGA: Chance to play in a great program and play for a great coaching staff.
Why I Chose to Wear #3: It was the first number I wore in America, and I've just stuck with it.
Favorite sport other than basketball: Australian rules football.
Sport I'd like to try: American football.
Favorite basketball player(s): Ray Allen, Rashad Wright, Chris Webber
Goals for this first season: Contribute every game and help the team reach the postseason.