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#43 Blair Wilson
Position: Guard/Forward
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 220
Year: Senior
City/State: Broomfield, Colo.
High School: Westminster

2003-04 NOTES

Exciting perimeter shooter returning for senior season ... CU's three-point specialist ... Brings three-year experience " one of five seniors on this year's team " On the verge of breaking school record for 3-pointers made in a season ... Needs 33 treys to eclipse Stevie Wise' 214 set during the 1987-91 seasons ... Ranks third all-time career 3-point FG percentage (.372) ... Has played the most minutes of any CU player without fouling out (2,276) and has played 90- straight games without fouling out (10 from tying record).

 

2002-03

Played in all 32 games, starting 31 ... Third in team scoring (12.9 ppg.) ... Led team in 3-pointers made (83) ... Third all-time in treys made (182) and second in attempts (486) ... Big 12/Phillips 66 Player of the Week (Feb. 24) ... Big 12 Academic Second Team ... 23 games over 10 points with one trey made in 29 of 32 games ... Excellent free throw shooter (57-of-71, .803) ... One of five players to grab over 100 rebounds during the season (109) ... Team leader in minutes played (32.8) ... Led CU in scoring on six different occasions (all over 20 points) with a career-best 26 points in CU's upset over Missouri (Feb. 22) ... Also made a season-best six-of-seven 3-pointers at home vs. Mizzou and a perfect 6-of-6 in home win over Texas A&M (Feb. 15) ... First career double-double (21 points, 10 rebounds) came at Kansas (Feb. 19) .... Owned the team's top four 3-pointers made performances ... Team best four steals vs. Missouri (Feb. 22) and North Texas (Dec. 23) ... Handed out an assist in every game except three games with season-best five against Cal Poly (Nov. 22) ... Made a total of 15 treys in CU's four upset wins at home (1-KU, 5-UT, 6-Mizzou, 3-OSU) ... Made five 3-pointers twice (Cal Poly, Nov. 22; Louisiana-Lafayette. Dec. 27) ... Big 12 Conference: Fifth in 3-point FG made (2.59) and 24th in conference scoring (12.9) ... CU's all-time leader in minutes played without fouling out (2,276) and ranks second in consecutive games (90) without fouling out ... Third overall at CU in 3-pointers made (182) and second in attempts (489) ... Played on undefeated Big 12 All-Star team (6-0) that toured Scandinavia during 2002 summer.

 

2001-02

Played in all 29 games with four starts ... One of five players averaging over 10 points a game

(12.3 ppg.) ... Drained 76 treys tying for fourth in CU history ... Named to the Big 12 All-Reserve team ... Tied a personal-best 24 points (six treys) in Big 12 Tournament vs. Nebraska (Mar. 7) ...

Ranked fifth in conference three-pointers made (2.62) and eighth in percentage (.429) " Was among top-10 nationally in STATS, INC. in the best sixth man category " Led CU in scoring five times with one shared ... Made five or more three-pointers in seven games and recorded 19 games with 10 or more points ... Nine games over 15 points " Netted season best and game-high 24 points against Nebraska (Mar. 7) at the Big 12 Tournament " Personal best seven 3-pointers in home win over Kansas State (Jan. 22), two short of tying school mark ... Was 38-of-47 (.809) from free throw line.

 

2000-01

Played in 29 of 30 games with four starts ... Three games over double figures " First collegiate start produced nine points, seven rebounds versus South Florida (Nov. 19) at the Top of the World Classic in Fairbanks, Alaska ... Scored a season-best 13 points and four rebounds in home win over Oklahoma State (Jan. 27) ... Tallied 11 points on 4-of-6 shooting at Kansas (Feb. 21) and against Texas A&M (Jan. 13) " Recorded four points, three boards, an assist and a block against Murray State (Dec. 28).

 

HIGH SCHOOL

2000 Colorado Mr. Basketball ... Scored 2,349 points during his high school career and graduated as then-state's most points scorer ... Ranked as the 31st-best wing forward in the nation by Hoop Scoop ... A three-time All-State selection and four-time All-Conference pick ... Broke every school scoring record ... Averaged over 30 points per game in his final three seasons ... Hit four three-pointers and tallied 16 points in the Colorado All-State game ... Scored 33 points per game as a senior in leading Westminster to a 17-4 mark ... Hit 51 percent of his three-point tries in 2000, 56 percent overall from the floor and 82 percent from the line ... Pulled down 8.4 rebounds per game to go along with his scoring prowess.

 

ACADEMICS

Management major in Colorado's Business School.

 

PERSONAL

Born Blair Steven Wilson on Nov. 20, 1981 in Lake Wales, Fla. ... Son of Steve and Bette Wilson of Westminster, Colo. ... Nickname is 'B' ... His father was his prep coach at Westminster High.

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