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15   Trevor Harvey
Trevor Harvey

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Inaugua, Bahamas

High School:
Freeport Catholic

Last College:
Marshalltown C.C.

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 221

Position:
Forward/Center

Birthdate:
09/25/1980

Experience:
1 VL


ON HARVEY: At the top of the list of blossoming big men in the Atlantic Coast Conference…ranked tied for 10th in the ACC in blocked shots per game (0.9 bpg) and second on the Seminoles behind Mike Mathews in the blocked shots category…shot an outstanding .548 from the field but did not qualify to place among the team, ACC or NCAA leaders because of not enough attempts…signed with Florida State on the final day of the May, 2001 signing period…is comfortable playing with his back to the basket on the blocks and has a nice shooting touch for his size…is also very active near the basket and continues to develop into a strong shot blocker…one of the top junior college players entering the Division I ranks this season in the nation according PrepStars…a member of the Junior National team of the Bahamas and has been since his prep playing days…

AS A JUNIOR (2002): Averaged 4.2 points (seventh on the team), 3.1 rebounds (seventh), 0.9 blocks (second) and 12.6 minutes while playing in 28 games… ranked tied for 10th in the ACC in blocked shots and is the seventh leading returner in that category for the upcoming season…earned three starting assignments and was on the court to begin conference games against Wake Forest (Feb. 2) and NC State (Feb. 10) and at Duke (Feb. 7)…averaged 5.6 points, 4.0 rebounds and 1.0 blocked shots in three games as a starter…enjoyed an outstanding season from the field as he finished with a .548 shooting percentage…fell just short of qualifying for the ACC and NCAA statistics with a 3.0 field goals made per game average…an average of 5.0 field goals made per game is the minimum to qualify for the conference and national leader boards…improved his free throw shooting as the season went on to close the year with a .531 percentage from the line…in his final six games he shot .818 (nine-of-11) from the line after making 17 of his first 40 shots (.425) to realize an improvement during the span of nearly 40.0 percent and upped his overall percentage by more than 11 percentage points…made a career-high five free throws in a career-high five attempts against Maryland in the ACC Tournament (March 8) and three in games against Florida (Nov. 16), at Maryland (Jan. 26) and in the Seminoles’ win over No. 15 Virginia (Feb. 20)…ranked second on the team with 26 blocked shots (0.9 bpg) including a career-high three at Georgia Tech (Jan. 30)…blocked at least one shot in 20 of his 28 appearances for the Seminoles during his first season at the Division I level…led or was tied for the team lead in blocked shots in 11 of Florida State’s 29 games…scored his career-high of 10 points against Western Carolina (Dec. 8)…made his career high of five field goals in six attempts against the Catamounts…six points and three rebounds in Florida State’s victory over Campbell (Dec. 29) and six points and two rebounds as the Seminoles defeated NCAA Tournament participant South Florida (Jan. 2)…(vs. Clemson) averaged 7.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 1.0 blocked shot in three games against Clemson…scored seven points grabbed nine rebounds and blocked one shot as Florida State defeated Clemson in the first round of the ACC tournament (March 7)…was a perfect three-of-three from the field and grabbed a career-high nine rebounds as the Seminoles won in overtime…tied his career-high with three offensive rebounds and established his career high with six defensive rebounds in the victory…played 11 minutes, scored five points and grabbed six rebounds in the second half…scored a lay-up with 2:26 remaining in the second half to bring the Seminoles to within one at 64-63…second half lay-up (as part of six points and six rebounds) against the Tigers (Jan. 24) put the Seminoles up by four and allowed Florida State to pull away at home for the victory…eight points on the road against Clemson (Feb. 23)…(vs. Duke) Averaged 6.0 points, 4.0 rebounds and 1.0 blocked shot in two games against ACC Champion and ACC Tournament participant Duke…scored four points and grabbed two rebounds in seven minutes as Florida State defeated No. 1 ranked and previously undefeated Duke (Jan. 6) in Tallahassee…scored all four of his points in the first half as the Seminoles sprinted to a 32-28 halftime advantage after leading by as many as 10…slammed home a dunk with 10:13 remaining in the first half to give the Seminoles a 14-8 lead and a lay-up with 8:56 remaining in the half put the Seminoles up 16-13…was a perfect two-of-two from the field in the victory…a starter against Duke on the road (Feb. 7) with eight points and six rebounds in a career-high 21 minutes…(vs. Georgia Tech) averaged 5.5 points and 4.5 rebounds in two games against Georgia Tech…shot .625 (five-of-eight) from the field in two games against the Yellow Jackets…scored seven points and added seven rebounds as Florida State traveled to Georgia Tech (Jan. 30)…his seven rebounds marked his regular season high and he played a near season-high 20 minutes in the game…career-high of three blocked shots came on the road against the Yellow Jackets…scored four points, added two rebounds and a career-high two steals as the Seminoles hosted the Yellow Jackets (March 2) in Tallahassee…(vs. Maryland) averaged 4.0 points, 3.7 rebounds and 1.3 blocked shots in three games against National Champion Maryland…scored seven points, grabbed three rebounds and blocked one shot against Maryland in the quarterfinal round of the ACC Tournament (March 8)…was perfect from the free throw line as he made a career-high five free throws in a career-high five attempts…his perfect free throw line performance against the Terps brought his shooting percentage for the year from .477 to a season ending .531…scored five points, grabbed five rebounds and blocked two shots as Florida State traveled to Maryland (Jan. 26)…(vs. North Carolina) averaged 4.5 points and 2.5 rebounds in two games against North Carolina…played well with his ACC career-high of nine points against the Tar Heels as the Seminoles won in Tallahassee (Jan. 16)…four first half points in a span of 44 seconds in helping Florida State jump to a 30-13 lead with 8:06 remaining in the first half…consecutive baskets (four points) in a 37 second span gave Florida State a 65-60 lead with 4:55 remaining in the game to push a one-point Seminole lead to a five point Seminole lead…Florida State maintained that lead and won the game to defeat North Carolina at home for only the third time in school history…victory over the Tar Heels allowed the Seminoles to defeat both Duke and North Carolina in the same season for the first time ever…played eight minutes for the Seminoles in his first trip to Chapel Hill (Feb. 17)…(vs. NC State) averaged 2.0 points and 1.5 rebounds in two games against ACC Tournament finalist and NCAA Tournament participant NC State…scored four points and added three rebounds against the Wolfpack in Tallahassee (Feb. 10)…all four points came in the first half in his third of three consecutive starting assignments…(vs. Virginia) averaged 3.5 points and 2.0 rebounds in two games against Virginia, who was ranked as high as No. 4 in the nation during the season…scored three points, grabbed one rebound and blocked one shot as the Seminoles defeated the No. 15 Cavaliers (Feb. 20) at home…all three of his points came from the free throw line and all were significant…two free throws in the first half gave the Seminoles an 18-13 lead with 12:13 remaining and his third tied the game at 48 with 8:30 remaining…(vs. Wake Forest) averaged 2.5 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.5 blocked shots in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Wake Forest…first career ACC game against Wake Forest (Dec. 16) resulted in two rebounds and a near-career-high two blocked shots in only six minutes of playing time…five points and three rebounds in 16 minutes as Wake Forest visited Tallahassee (Feb. 2)…

AT MARSHALLTOWN C.C.: Averaged 13.0 points, 6.5 rebounds, 3.0 blocked shots (first on the team) and shot .571 from the field (first on the team) during his second season at Marshalltown…helped lead Marshalltown to a 15-15 record in the extremely tough Iowa Community College Athletic Association…ranked fifth in the conference in scoring, fourth among the conference leaders in rebounds and tied for fifth in field goal percentage shooting during the 2000-01 season…led M.C.C to a near-upset victory over Moberly Community College (Nov. 21) with 14 points as the Tigers fell, 80-76 to the Greyhounds, who had a 24-4 record coming into the game…12 of Harvey’s 14 total points came in the second half as Marshalltown took a 74-63 lead late in the game…double figures (10 points) helped the Tigers defeat Waldorf, 95-55, (Dec. 11)…hit for 14 points in a 77-58 victory over Southeastern (Neb.) Community College (Jan. 4)…scored four points late in the first half to push Marshalltown to a 45-30 halftime lead against Southeastern…10 points led M.C.C. to the near upset victory over NJCAA Division I No. 5 ranked Indian Hills Community College (Jan. 20)…Indian Hills pulled away for the 89-74 victory after leading by only three, 35-32, at halftime…led M.C.C. to its biggest win of the season against Iowa Western (Feb. 3) with 16 points including 10 in the second half…gave M.C.C. its first lead of the game, 38-37, with a monstrous slam dunk late in the first half…later, he scored five consecutive points (on a field goal and three consecutive free throws) to pull the Tigers within two at 68-66 with 2:45 remaining in the second half…a Harvey free throw and an assist on a 3-point shot with 12 seconds remaining on the clock helped the Tigers to the 76-73 victory…scored 11 points in leading Marshalltown to 76-61 victory over North Iowa Community College (Feb. 12)…scored 10 points in a special fundraising scrimmage hosted by the Marshalltown men’s and women’s teams for a fallen teammate on Oct. 19…the fundraising scrimmage was for Deshaun Grant who suffered a fractured skull during a pick-up game two weeks before…the event raised $1,613 to help with Grant’s medical costs…selected Florida State after considering Miami (Fla.), Houston, Texas A&M Corpus Christi and Ole Miss…played in the same front court as Joe Sykes who selected Louisiana Tech as his collegiate choice…his coach at Marshalltown was Ryan Swanson…

AT FREEPORT CATHOLIC: Graduated from Freeport Catholic High School in 1999…led Freeport Catholic to the championship of the Hugh Campbell Tournament during his senior season…

PERSONAL: Born Sept. 25, 1980…Trevor is the son of Elizabeth Missick…full named is Trevor Livingston Harvey…

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