Quietly built a greater role for himself in the SEC schedule's second half.
Established scoring and rebounding career highs in Georgia's first two games this season.
1st career start Jan. 12 vs. Miss. State and responded with six pts. and seven rebs. in 22 minutes.
Had two key second-half baskets in Georgia's home win over Tennessee.
Saw limited action in 18 of Georgia's 32 games this season.
A backup at either frontcourt position.
Lone field goal in SEC play came in Georgia's win over Arkansas.
Season high of 13 minutes came twice, vs. Mercer and Alabama.
Averaged 17.2 points and 8.3 rebounds for Oldsmar in 2011.
Averaged 16.1 points, 11.4 rebounds and 6.0 blocks per game as a junior at Kendrick in 2010.
Played AAU basketball alongside fellow UGA freshman Kentavious Caldwell-Pope for the Georgia Blazers.
Full Name: Timothy Earl Dixon, Jr.
Birthdate/Birthplace: Nov. 4, 1991 / Mobile, Ala.
Parents: Tim Dixon, Sr. & Meshia Moody
Academic Major: Athletic Training
Nickname: T.J., Big Tim
Favorite TV Show: Wayan Brothers, Martin
Websites I most often visit: Facebook, Google, You Tube
Favorite Beverage: Kool-Aid
Favorite Video Game: 007 or any race car game
Favorite Academic Subject: Health
Definitely in My Top 5 Favorite Movies: Boyz N the Hood, House Party 1,2,3 and 4
Most Challenging Academic Subject: Math
Non-Basketball Interests: Fishing, Music
My role models away from sports: My mom & dad
How my teammates would describe me: Looks like a tall Chris Brown
How I Would Describe Myself: Tall, Funny
Sport I'd Most Like to Try: Golf
Teammate that makes me laugh the hardest: Vincent Williams, Donte' Williams, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
Non-Athletic Accomplishment I'm proudest of: Just being able to help others
Athletic Accomplishment I'm proudest of: Playing basketball at UGA
Most Famous Person I've Ever Met: Lil Wayne
Pre-Game Rituals: Pray, Listen to my iPod
Favorite NBA Player: LeBron James
I Got Started Playing Basketball: In my 8th grade year, when I became too tall for football.
What Drives Me to Excel in Basketball: To make my family happy and try and become a professional.
I chose to attend UGA Because: Georgia had been looking at me the most, and there was an opportunity to play early in my career.