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Trey Thompkins
Trey  Thompkins

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Lithonia, Ga.

High School:
Wesleyan

Height / Weight:
6-10 / 245

Position:
Forward

06/17/2015

Former Bulldogs Wrap Up Overseas Professional Seasons

Former Bulldogs Wrap Up Overseas Professional Seasons

03/14/2015

Bulldogs Take on Razorbacks in SEC Semifinals

Bulldogs Take on Razorbacks in SEC Semifinals

03/02/2015

Georgia Winds Up 2015 Home Games Against Undefeated Kentucky

Georgia Winds Up 2015 Home Games Against Undefeated Kentucky

02/27/2015

Georgia Hosts Missouri Saturday in Stegeman

Georgia Hosts Missouri Saturday in Stegeman

02/20/2015

Georgia Faces Crimson Tide in Tuscaloosa Saturday Night

Georgia Faces Crimson Tide in Tuscaloosa Saturday Night

Thompkins Career Bio and StatsGet Acrobat Reader

Has spent part of the past two seasons involved in USA Basketball activities. In 2009, he was the Americans' second-leading scorer on the U19 team which went 9-0 and captured the gold medal. In 2010, he returned as part of the U.S. "Select" team which scrimmaged for two weeks against the National team, comprised of professionals.

2010-11 Season

• All-SEC 1st team selection by the league's 12 head coaches. Second-team All-SEC by Associated Press.

• Pre-season All-America pick, 1st team All-SEC and SEC Player of the Year.

• Pre-season efforts were slowed considerably by a high sprain of his right ankle, incurred in a scrimmage on Oct. 30.

• Became the 40th player in UGA history to score 1,000 career points. Finished the season ranking 17th on the UGA career scoring chart.

• Team-high 25 points in win over Kentucky.

• His team-best 50 blocks is the most by a Georgia player in 15 years, going back to Terrell Bell's 83 blocks in 1996.

• Finished the season with his seventh double-double and a season high-matching 26 points in NCAA Tournament vs. Washington.

2009-10 Season

• Unanimous first-team All-SEC selection by the league's 12 coaches. Also AP first-team All-SEC pick.
• Led Georgia in scoring and rebounding throughout the 2010 season.
• Scored in double figures in 27 games, over 20 on 14 occasions. Season- and career-high 17 rebounds came in home win over Alabama.
• Won that contest vs. Bama virtually by himself, scoring nine straight points for Georgia in the closing minutes.
• Played a decisive role in Georgia's first big win of the season, vs. Illinois in December, by sinking go-ahead and win-securing free throws in the final seconds.
• Scored 21 points in 29 minutes vs. the Illini despite missing two preceding days of practice because of wisdom teeth extraction.
• Second in the SEC in scoring, fourth in rebounding, 7th in FG percentage, 8th in FT percentage. Ranked fourth in the SEC in double-doubles (10).

2008-09 Season

• Name d to the Southeastern Conference All-Freshman team, as voted by the league's 12 coaches.
• Led Georgia in rebounding with the highest total for a UGA freshman (7.4/game) in 11 years.
• Ranked second among Georgia players in scoring at 12.6 points per contest. Led the Bulldogs in blocked shots with 31.
• Ranked 8th among all SEC players in rebounding. Was 3rd in scoring and 2nd in rebounding among all of the league's freshman players.
• Scored 20 or more points on five occasions and had a team-high four double-doubles.
• Missed first four games -- and nearly all of pre-season practice -- because of a high ankle sprain. It was the third in a series of injuries that slowed his early progress to a crawl.
• Despite the limited preparation time, he asserted himself as the Bulldogs' most potent offensive weapon.

High School

• A fourth-team Parade magazine All-American in 2008, when he led the Wesleyan School in Norcross, Ga., to the Georgia state class AA title. Averaged 27.5 points and 14.7 rebounds for the Wolves.
• Also played at Wesleyan in the 2005-06 seasons and finished his 3-year career with 1,864 points and 795 rebounds.
• Played his junior year at national powerhouse Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson, Va., where he averaged a team-best 15.8 points and 8.9 rebounds.
• In his one season there, the Warriors went 40-1 and won the national prep-school championship.
• Rated the 30th-best overall prospect in the nation by Rivals.com, the 11th-best power forward prospect. Rated the 9th-best power forward prospect by Scout.com.
• Father Howard Thompkins Jr. played collegiately at Wagner College and was drafted in 1981 by the NBA's Atlanta Hawks.

YearG-GSMin-Avg.FG-FGAPct.3FG-3FGAPct.FT-FTAPct.Reb.-Avg.ATOBLSTPF-DQPts-Avg.
200928-23769-27.5134-309.43433-86.38453-73.72658+148=206-7.42268312748-0354-12.6
201031-29962-31.0207-429.48323-61.377112-147.76265+193=258-8.36091363081-2549-17.7
201130-29937-31.2194-403.48123-74.31182-119.68956+173=229-7.64276503367-1493-16.4
TOTALS89-812668-30.0535-1141.46979-221.357247-339.729179+514=693-7.812423511790196-31396-15.7

Personality Profile

Full Name
Howard Samuel Thompkins III

Nickname
"Smooth," "USA," "HTeezy"

Birthdate/Birthplace

May 29, 1990 / Long Island, N.Y.

Academic Major
Housing

Favorite Food
My mom's macaroni & cheese

Least Favorite Food
Tomatoes, Guacamole

Favorite Beverage
Sweet Tea

Favorite TV Show
Smart Guy, Wayans, Cribs

Favorite Video Games
NCAA 2K9, Street Fighter, Fight Night Round 4

Websites I Most Often Visit
Facebook, YouTube, ESPN, NBA, worldstarhiphop.com

Number of Songs on my iPod
2,290

Most-Listened to Music
Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Drake, Kanye West, Lady Gaga, Kerry Underwood

Teammates Who Make Me Laugh Hardest
Vincent Williams

My Biggest Fear
Heights

Most Famous Person I've Ever Met
Michael Jordan

Non-Athletic Accomplishment I'm Proudest Of

My GPA last year

Best Friends on Other College Teams
Al-Farouq Aminu (Wake Forest), Tyshawn Taylor (Kansas), Seth Curry (Duke), Ashton Gibbs (Pittsburgh)

Favorite NBA Team

Boston Celtics

Favorite Non-Basketball Team

New York Yankees

Favorite Non-Basketball Athlete

Tiger Woods

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