- Started the last 27 games and was third at the foul line with a 78.1 percent accuracy (57 of 73).
- In the last 90 seconds against Tennessee in SECT finals, score seven points to help MSU win the title.
- In the SECT, averaged 8.3 points and 8.3 rebounds. Also dished out six assists, had three blocks and collected three steals.
- Averaged 8.5 points and 5.5 rebounds for the year.
- Scored a career-high 18 points at Kentucky and made four 3-pointers.
- Had career-high in rebounds (14) and steals (6) against South Carolina.
- Had 123 rebounds in last 15 games and had 10 or more in five games.
- In first start against South Alabama, had 10 points and two rebounds to go along with four assists and two steals.
- In first SEC home game against Alabama, responded with a 17-point performance.
- In consecutive games at Kentucky and vs. Arkansas, had four 3-pointers each night.
- Averaged 4.0 points and 2.8 rebounds and saw an average of 16.6 minutes played per game in 30 appearances, including 11 mid-season starts.
- Ranked fourth on the team with 26 steals and also with 24 made 3-pointers.
- Did not see action in four of MSU's last six regular-season contests, in addition to totaling only 24 composite minutes of action over his last seven appearances of the season.
- Tallied a season-high 17 points (6-9 FGs & 4-6 treys), along with four rebounds, three assists, two steals and a block, at South Alabama in his first MSU start.
- Had first career double-double with 12 points and a career-high 10 rebounds in home win over Missouri.
- Came off the bench to play all five minutes of overtime and hit a clutch 3-pointer at South Carolina.
- Scored in double-digits four times, including 11 at home versus Kentucky.
- Had 10 rebounds vs. Missouri.
Three-year letterman and two-time all-division performer as a two-year starter at Grenada High School. ... Averaged a team-leading 20.3 points, along with 6.5 rebounds, 3.3 steals and 2.1 assists, as a 2005-06 second-team all-state selection by The Clarion-Ledger. ... Earned Grenada's best offensive player and best free-throw percentage (76.8%) honors as a senior after helping lead coach Todd Hutchinson's 24-11 Chargers to the school's first Class 5A state tournament appearance since 1987 and a season-ending No. 10 state ranking in The Clarion-Ledger's final Boys Basketball Super 10 team rankings. ... Selected to the 2006 Class 5A state all-tournament team on the strength of a career-best, 35-point effort in a victory against South Panola during the North Mississippi playoffs. ... Eclipsed the 20-point mark 14 times during the 2005-06 campaign. ... Scored 26 and 30 points in wins against Tupelo and ninth-ranked Starkville, respectively, to pace Grenada to the Region 2-5A championship as a senior. ... Other top scoring efforts in 2005-06 included 34 points (14-16 FTs) against Grissom (Ala.) and 26 points (13-17 FTs & 10 rebs) in an early-season outing versus South Panola. ... Averaged a team-leading 14.5 points and also 5.8 rebounds per contest as a junior at Grenada. ... Chosen the Chargers' best offensive player and collected the team's best free-throw percentage (77.3%) honor in 2004-05. ... Tallied a season-high 26 points, including a career-most five 3-pointers, against Greenville Weston during his junior campaign. ... Also participated in track and field at Grenada.
Philip G. Turner was born October 27, 1987, in San Diego, Calif. ... Majoring in educational psychology. ... The son of Alex and Audrey Turner.