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#1 Fred Thomas
Position: G
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 191
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Jackson, MS
High School: Jim Hill HS
Experience: High School
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 2014-15 • Junior
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Appeared in 31 games for the Bulldogs and drew 16 starts.

-Fourth on the team with his 9.1 scoring clip.

-Led MSU with 47 made 3-pointers.

-Fifth on the team with 23 steals and second with 23 blocked shots.

-Scored in double-digits 14 times, with season-high of 20 points coming in a win at Tennessee on Feb. 3.

-Tied his career-high of 9 rebounds at Oregon State on Dec. 13.

-Season-high 5 steals came against Clayton State on Nov. 24.

-Did not play against Auburn in the SECT.

-Finished the year with 281 points and 111 rebounds.

-Is just 120 points shy of having 1,000 for his career.

-Is currently 10th all-time with  134 made 3-pointers and ninth with 453 3-point attempts.

 

2013-14 • Sophomore
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Appeared in 31 games for the Bulldogs and drew 23 starts.

-Fourth on the team with his 9.3 scoring clip.

-Led MSU with 46 made 3-pointers.

-Third on the team with 31 steals and second with 23 blocked shots.

-Led MSU in minutes played with 927.

-On the year was a 38.2 percent shooter (99-259), but in last six games was 32-60 (.533).

-Scored in double-digits 14 times, with season-high of 18 points coming twice in back-to-back games — Tennessee on Feb. 26 and Missouri on March 1.

-Grabbed season-high 6 rebounds five times.

-Had three steals four times.

-Started both SEC Tournament games against Vanderbilt and Ole Miss, scoring 16 points in each game.

-Finished the year with 289 points and 91 rebounds.

 

2012-13 • Freshman
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Appeared in all 32 games and drew 19 starts.

-Became the fourth  MSU true freshman since 2005 to start the opening game.

-Averaged 9.7 points, 3.5 rebounds and 1.8 steals.

-Finished 9th in the SEC with 56 steals, the second most all-time by an MSU freshman.

-Scored a career-high 21 points in the SECT win against South Carolina to put him over the 300-point mark.

-His 172 attempted 3-pointers ranks second all-time for MSU freshmen.

-Recorded 7 steals against Florida, second most in school history for a single game.

-Tied for the team lead by scoring double-digits in 15 games.

-Scored 29 points and recorded 6 steals in the SECT.

 

High School
-Led Jim Hill to a 24-11 ledger and the Class 6A title with a 76-74 overtime win against Tupelo.

-In the championship tilt against the Golden Wave, he scored a game-high 24 points and hit the winning shot on a 3-pointer.

-On the year, averaged 19.9 points, 5.9 rebounds, 2.3 steals and 2.2 assists.

-Scored a season-high 36 points against Murrah.

-Scored in double-digits in 34 of his 35 games and 20-plus points 18 times. Also posted four double-doubles.

-Named to the Clarion Ledger Dandy Dozen.

-Played Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic and finished with 15 points.

-As a junior, averaged 20 points, 6.3 rebounds, 2.7 blocks and 2.3 steals.

-Scored in double-digits in 27 of his 29 games and had a career-high 39 points against Terry.

-Had season high 11 rebounds versus Lanier and season-best 6 blocks against Meridian.

-Seven times scored 25-plus points and finished with four double-doubles.

 

Personal
Fred Maurice Thomas was born on June 13, 1993, in Jackson, Miss. ... Majoring in physical education... The son of Nicole Thomas and Fredrick McDonald.

 

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