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10   Ralph Mims
Ralph Mims

Hometown:
Pensacola, Fla.

High School:
Brunswick (Me.)

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 205

Position:
Guard

Birthdate:
11/26/1985

Experience:
4 VL


12/02/2013

Basketball GameDay: Florida State at Minnesota

Seminoles face Gophers in 15th Annual ACC/Big 10 Challenge Tuesday at 9:30 ET.

11/28/2013

Basketball GameDay: FSU at Florida

Seminoles travel to Gainesville for annual game against Gators.

02/04/2007

Florida State 68, #8 Duke 67

Florida State 68, #8 Duke 67

ON MIMS: One of the Seminoles' standout players during the 2007-08 season whose play at both guard positions helped elevate Florida State's resume and allowed it to reach the post season for the third consecutive season...achieved career-high statistics in nearly every category as he played as one of the top guards in the nation's top basketball conference...started a career-high 18 games for the Seminoles (including the final 10 games of the season) as he utilized the experience he gained during his first three seasons to become a starter and a team leader as a senior...finished his career ranked among the all-time leaders in seven different statistical categories: third in school history in games played (128), sixth in free throw shooting percentage (.796), tied for 14th in school history in total steals (136), 18th in 3-point field goals made (89), 19th in 3-point field goals attempted (254), 21st in 3-point field goal percentage (.350) and 26th in total free throws made (284)...set the all-time school record for consecutive free throws made, 33, from Dec. of 2004 through Dec. of 2005...broke Jim Oler's record of 31 consecutive free throws made in the Seminoles' victory over Campbell on Dec. 22, 2005 in the Donald L. Tucker Center...the streak began on Dec. 21, 2004 in a victory at home against Jacksonville...tied the Florida State record for steals by a freshman with a career-high six in Florida State's victory over Jacksonville during his freshman season...his effort against the Dolphins was the most steals in a single game by a Seminole player during the 2004-05 season and is tied for the 15th best single-game effort in school history... earned the team award as the Seminoles' best free throw shooter at the team's annual banquet in 2005 and an award for establishing the school record for consecutive free throws made at the honors banquet in 2006...helped Florida State to a 3-1 record against Florida during his career with two wins in Tallahassee and one in Gainesville...sang the national anthem prior to a pair of games in the Donald L. Tucker Center as a senior...he sang prior to the Seminoles' ACC/Big Ten Challenge victory over Minnesota (Nov. 28) and on senior day against Miami (March 8)...averages 19 points and 6.5 rebounds in the two games during which he sang the National Anthem prior to the game...helped lead Florida State to six victories over ranked teams including No. 1 ranked Duke on March 1, 2006 during his career...also helped lead the Seminoles to their first ever victory over Duke in Cameron Indoor Stadium on Feb. 4, 2007...named the Seminoles' Most Improved Player at the the basketball team's annual hoors banquet in 2008...

AS A SENIOR (2008): Averaged a career-high 11.6 points (fourth on the team), a career-high 1.7 steals (second), 1.7 assists (fourth), a career-high 4.3 rebounds and a career-high 30.8 minutes per game as he enjoyed the best season of his career...started his career-high of 18 games including 11 of the Seminoles' 16 games in ACC play...moved into the starting line-up full-time on Feb. 14 after senior guard Isaiah Swann was lost for the season with a torn ACL...Mims had earned eight starting assignments prior to Swann's injury...scored in double figures a career-high 21 times including in 11 different ACC games and in both of the Seminoles' games in the ACC Tournament...scored 25 points or more twice as a senior (career-high 26 at Maryland and 25 against Miami) after not scoring 20 points or more during the first three seasons and 94 games of his career...scored 393 points (a career-high 11.6 points per game) in 34 games as a senior after totaling 366 points (3.9 points per game) during the first three seasons of his career...made 52 3-point field goals as a senior to rank third on the team in that category after making a total of 37 3-point field goals during the first three seasons of his career combined...he made his career-high of four 3-point field goals against USF (Nov. 18) and at Maryland (Feb. 16) and made multiple long rage shots in a career-high 18 games as a senior...shot better than 80 percent from the free throw line (.805) for the second time in his career and completed his career ranked sixth all-time in school history with a .796 career free throw percentage...he made the final nine free throws of his career over the course of the final four games of his career...his career-high of nine made free throws came in victories during his senior season against La Salle (Jan. 5) and Miami (March 8)...shot well in big games as he made .804 percent of his free throws against teams that played in the NCAA Tournament and .885 percent of his free throw attempts against teams that played in the NIT during the 2007-08 season...his strong free throw shooting allowed him to average 11.7 points per game against NCAA Tournament participants and 11.4 points against NIT participants as a senior...averaged in double figure scoring against nine of the Seminoles' 11 ACC opponents as a senior...earned multiple steals in 13 of the Seminoles' 34 games and had five or more steals in three different games (career-high tying six vs. Duke and five each vs. Nicholls State and South Florida)...blocked as many shots as a senior in 34 games (12) as he did during the first three years and 94 games of his career (12)...(vs. Boston College): scored 14 points and pulled down six rebounds as a starter in the Seminoles' only game against Boston College during his senior season...he also added three assists, one block shot, one steal and was a perfect six-of-six from the free throw line in the Seminoles 66-63 victory over the Eagles...the win for the Seminoles was the first in school history over Boston College...all six of he made free throws came in the second half with four coming in the final 2:35 of the game as the Seminoles built and lead and held on to their advantage for the win...made two free throws with 20 seconds left in the game after Boston College had closed the deficit to two points with 23 seconds left in the game...Mims' free throw shots loomed large as during the second half we was a perfect six-of-six from the line while his teammates were a combined three of seven from the line in the second half...(vs. Clemson): averaged 13.0 points and 3.5 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Clemson...shot an astronomical .938 from the free throw line in two games against the Tigers as he made 15 of his 16 free throw attempts as the teams split two games with each winning at home...double figures with 10 points and three rebounds in 37 minutes as Florida State defeated Clemson, 64-55, in Tallahassee (Feb. 19)...made his mark in the game as he was a perfect eight-of-eight from the free throw line...he was four-of-four in the first half as the Seminoles built a 35-17 lead and was four-of-four in the second half as the Seminoles gained the victory...Mims was perfect on four straight free throw attempts in the final 1:32 of the game with two coming with 1:32 on the clock (to put the Seminoles up by 11) and two more came with 31 seconds left of the clock and Florida State up by seven...that victory over the Tigers was the first of three straight ACC victories that helped lead the Seminoles to the brink of inclusion into the NCAA Tournament...played 41 minutes and scored 16 points as Florida State went into double-overtime at Clemson (Jan. 12)...scored all 16 of his points in the second half and during the two overtime periods as the Seminoles nearly defeated the No. 18 ranked Tigers on the road...his 11 points in the second half allowed the Seminoles to outscore the Tigers, 42-39, and have the game taken into overtime by Clemson...Mims then scored five of the Seminoles' 11 points in the first overtime as the Tigers rallied to take the game into the second overtime...(vs. Duke): scored four points, pulled down four rebounds and was credited with his career-high tying and ACC career-high of six steals in the Seminoles' only game during his senior season against NCAA Tournament participant Duke (Jan. 16)...scored four first half points and earned four first-half steals which led directly to six points against the No. 4 ranked Blue Devils...scored four second half points to help the Seminoles rally to tie the game at 48-48 after Florida State had trailed by as many as 17 during the first half...his six steals against the Blue Devils tie the mark for most steals in a single game by a Seminole player during the 2007-08 season...(vs. Georgia Tech): in double figures with 10 points, seven rebounds and four assists as Florida State defeated Georgia Tech in the ACC season opener for both teams in Atlanta (Dec. 30)...four first half points helped propel the Seminoles to a 40-34 halftime lead while six second half points helped Florida State take the 66-64 victory...scored four points in the final 5:01 of the game as he brought the Seminoles to the victory...a lay-up at the 5:01 mark tied the game at 55 and helped the Seminoles recover from as much as a four-point deficit with just about seven minutes left in the game...a jumper with 35 seconds left on the clock gave Florida State a 64-63 lead...while the Yellow Jackets would tie the game with nine seconds remaining the Seminoles never relinquished the lead and won the game on a jumper by Jason Rich with four seconds left in the game...the win was the first in Atlanta against Georgia Tech under head coach Leonard Hamilton...(vs. Maryland): scored his career-high of 26 points to go along with six rebounds and four steals as Florida State played at Maryland in its only game of the season against the Terps (Feb. 16) ...his 26-point outburst marked his career-high and one of two times (also against Miami on March 8) that he had scored at least 25 points in a game during his career...was on fire - and the games only double-figure scorer in the first half - with 15 points to push the visiting Seminoles to a 40-32 lead at the intermission...he made six-of-eight shots from long range including three of four from the bonusphere to lead both teams in the first half...scored 11 second half points as he was a perfect four-of-four from the free throw line as the Seminoles worked to gain the win in the ACC on the road...also tied his career-high with two blocked shots against Maryland...(vs. Miami): averaged 13.5 points, 6.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists in two Seminole victories over NCAA Tournament participant Miami...shot .786 from the free throw line in the two games against Miami (11-of-14)...scored 2 points and pulled down seven rebounds as the Seminoles won in Coral Gables (Feb. 6)...was in the starting line-up in the backcourt and played 30 minutes as Florida State win its third ACC game of the season...his seven rebounds against the Hurricanes tied his ACC career-high...both of his points came on two free throws with 32 seconds remaining in the game as the Seminoles stretched a three-point lead to a five point lead to essentially ensure the victory for the Seminoles...it was in the game against Miami that Mims was thrust into the starting line-up full-time as fellow senior guard Isaiah Swann injured his left knee in the first half of the games and was deemed out for the season...one of the top game in his career on senior day as he scored a game-high 25 points to go along with five rebounds, three assists and two blocked shots in the Seminoles' 75-72 victory over Miami in Tallahassee (March 8)...his 25 points was the sixth-highest single-game point total by a Seminole player during the season...Mims was a monster 11 points in the first half, six points in the second half and five of the Seminoles' nine points in overtime as he willed Florida State to its seventh ACC victory of the season...made a career-high tying nine free throws including the game-winning basket from the line with 2:53 remaining in the overtime period...in the overtime period he made three baskets - a jumper to put Florida State up 70-68 with 3:24 left, a free throw to put the Seminoles up 71-70 with 2:53 left and a lay-up with 1:49 left in the win to put Florida State up 75-70...the five-point lead was the key as the Hurricanes did not close the gap and Florida State won the game, 75-72...sang the national anthem prior to going out a twinkling the twines against the Hurricanes...(vs. North Carolina): averaged 10.7 points, 2.7 rebounds and more than 32 minutes played per game in three games against NCAA Final Four participant North Carolina...started all three games against the Tar Heels and committed only three turnovers in 97 minutes played in the three games...scored 15 points a the Seminoles faced North Carolina in the quarterfinal round of the ACC Tournament in Charlotte, N.C. at the Charlotte Bobcats Arena...evenly split his scoring with seven first half points and eight second half points...Scored 10 points and pulled down one rebounds in 36 minutes played as the Seminoles traveled to face the No. 1 ranked Tar Heels in Chapel Hill (March 4)...all 10 of his points came in the first half as Florida State battled toe-to-toe with North Carolina for nearly the entire first 20 minutes...a quick 3-point field goal helped the Seminoles to a 7-0 spurt to open the game...a second 3-point field goal before the first television timeout gave the Seminoles a 10-7 advantage with 16:23 left in the first half...also added two free throws in scoring his 10 first half points...North Carolina earned the 90-77 victory on their way to the No. 1 overall seed in the ACC and NCAA Tournaments...totaled seven points and three rebounds in 27 minutes played as the Seminoles took the Tar Heels into overtime in Tallahassee (Feb. 3)...scored six second-half points in helping the Seminoles' overcome as much as an eight-point second half deficit to mark one of only three games the high powered Tar Heels were forced into overtime during the 2007-08 season...totaled four points in the final 6:20 or regulation time to help Florida State recover from being down as many as eight points late in the second half to force extra basketball...a lay-up with 6:20 left pulled the Seminoles to within one at 55-54...another lay-up once again cut the Seminoles' deficit to one at 59-58 with 3:30 left in regulation...North Carolina won the game 84-73...(vs. NC State): averaged 13.0 points and 5.5 rebounds in two games against NC State...was nearly perfect from the free throw line in the season series split against the Wolfpack (eight-of-10, .800)...totaled 12 points, five rebounds, one blocked shot and one steal in the Seminoles' victory over NC State in Raleigh (Feb. 27)...scored six points in the first half as the Seminoles bolted to a much as a 19 point first half lead...a lay-up with 15:42 remaining in the first half gave the Seminoles a 10-0 lead, a jumper with 10:12 left in the half put the Seminoles up by 21-6 and two late free throws with 1:44 left before halftime gave Florida State another double-digit lead at 30-19...Florida State led the game, 32-24 at halftime...a pair of 3-pointers in the second half were big for Florida State as the home standing Wolfpack closed to within four with less than eight minutes left in the game...his 3-point shot with 4:43 remaining closed out the Wolfpack and made the score 62-49...the Seminoles won the game 72-62...scored 14 points and pulled down six rebounds in 26 minutes played as the Seminoles played host to NC State in Tallahassee (Jan. 26)...nine first half points staked the Seminoles to an early 28-19 lead in the first half...all nine of his points in the first half came in the first 14 minutes and seemingly had Florida State on its way to the home win...scored only five second half points as NC State rallied to win the game 69-66...(vs. Virginia): scored five points and pulled down five rebounds in 28 minutes as a starter as Florida State defeated Virginia in Tallahassee in the only game between the two teams during the season (Jan. 23)...the victory over the Cavaliers was the Seminoles second ACC victory of the season...all five points came in the second half as the Seminoles held onto the lead and gained the 69-67 victory...scored the Seminoles' first two points of the second half on a lay-up to give Florida State a 33-28 advantage...a 3-pointer with 11:41 remaining in the game started a game-ending 28-17 run that allowed the Seminoles to emerge victorious at the end of the game...Mims was good on a 3-pointer to make the score 5-044 in favor of Virginia with 11:41 remaining...the Seminoles tied the game on a 3-point shot by Isaiah Swann with 2:29 left and won the game on a steal and two free throws by Toney Douglas with 28 seconds left in the game...(vs. Virginia Tech): scored 17 points, was credited with four assists and pulled down three rebounds in the Seminoles only game against Virginia Tech during the season (Jan. 29)...totaled 12 points in the second half as the Seminoles made a furious comeback attempt after falling down by as many as 20 in the first half and trailing 42-24 at halftime...helped the Seminoles recover to trail by as few as five late in the second half...scored 12 points offensively and helped hold Virginia Tech's A.D. Vassallo to a total of seven points in the second half...scored 12 of the Seminoles' 56 points as Florida State outscored the Hokies, 56-47, in the second half...(vs. Wake Forest): averaged 13.3 points, 4.3 rebounds and 2.7 steals in three games against Wake Forest...on fire against Wake Forest with 16 points in the first round of the ACC Tournament at the Charlotte Bobcats Arena (March 13)...his 16 points ranks as his career-high for an ACC Tournament game...scored six first half points as the Seminoles too a 31-26 lead at halftime and totaled 10 second half points as Florida State gained the 70-60 victory...scored Florida State's first basket of the game - a 3-pointer - at the 18:36 mark of the first half to put the Seminoles up 3-2...the Seminoles did not trail after that basket...scored the Seminoles' last six points of the game in the final 1:09 on a perfect four-of-four from the free throw line and a lay-up for the final basket of the game and the Seminoles' winning margin...scored 17 points, pulled down five rebounds and had two steals in 34 minutes as a starter when the Seminoles traveled to play in Winston-Salem (Jan. 20)...made his career-high of five 3-point field goals as he led Florida State in scoring in one of six games during his senior season...his five shots from the bonusphere ranked tied as the most 3-point shots made in a single game by a Florida State player during the 2007-08 season...the Demon Deacons won that game 74-57...scored seven points and credited with three steals as the Seminoles played host to Wake Forest in Tallahassee (Feb. 14)...despite a furious Florida State comeback, the Seminoles fell 78-70...(vs. Akron in the NIT): scored eight points, pulled down three rebounds and had four assists as the Seminoles played Akron in the first round of the 2008 MasterCard NIT...scored four first half points and four second half points as Florida State rallied from as many as 15 points down in the first half to take the lead and eventually send the game into overtime...(vs. Florida): scored seven points, pulled down six rebounds and was credited with one steal in 23 minutes during the Seminoles' 65-51 victory over No. 24 Florida in the Stephen C. O'Connell Center (Nov. 23)...had only one turnover in his 23 minutes played as the Seminoles' won in Gainesville...scored five first-half points as the Seminoles built as much as a 17-point first half advantage...played 14 second half minutes as Florida State won in Gainesville for the first time in his career...the Seminoles were 3-1 against Florida during his career...tied for the team high with 19 points in the Seminoles' comeback victory over La Salle in Tallahassee (Jan. 5)...the Seminoles rallied from as many as nine points down late in the second half to rally for the 81-76 win over the Explorers...sealed the win with two of two shots from the free throw line with 14 seconds remaining in the game to give the Seminoles their final winning margin of 81-76...he went to the line after being fouled with the Florida State clinging to a 79-76 lead...Mims scored four points in the final minute of the game as he connected on a jumper with 53 seconds left in the game to put Florida State up 75-70...scored 13 points, pulled down eight rebounds and sang the national anthem prior to the Seminoles' 75-61 victory over Minnesota in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge...the game, and the anthem, was covered lived in front of a national television audience on ESPN2...totaled 11 second half points and was a near perfect five-of six from the free throw line in the second half of the victory...

AS A JUNIOR (2007): Averaged 4.9 points (seventh on the team), a career-high 2.1 assists (third), 2.1 rebounds (seventh) and 19.4 minutes played per game...started the first seven games of his career from Feb. 11 against Boston College through March 8 against Clemson for the injured Toney Douglas at the point guard position...earned starting assignments at Boston College (Feb. 11), Georgia Tech (Feb. 13), at Virginia (Feb. 17), at Maryland (Feb. 21), NC State (Feb. 24), at Miami (March 3) and against Clemson in the ACC Tournament (March 8)...earned his first career win in his fifth career start against NC State and had a record of 3-4 as the Seminoles won each of his final three starts...established single-season career-highs for games played (35) 3-point field goal percentage (.379), assists (74)...earned three double figure scoring games - at Stetson (Dec. 5, 10 points), at home against St. Peter's (Dec. 23, 11 points) and against NC State on Senior Day (Feb. 24, 12 points)...his 12 points against NC State ranked as his season-high scoring best for an ACC game...played in all 16 of the Seminoles' ACC games while earning six of his seven starts during the conference regular season...he started each of the Seminoles' final six ACC games of the regular season and earned a 2-4 record as Florida State's starting point guard...averaged 5.4 points per game as he scored more half of his point total for the season (86 of 171 / .503 percent) in 16 ACC games as compared to 19 non-ACC regular season games...(vs. Boston College): averaged 6.0 points and 2.5 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Boston College...earned a 3:1 assist:turnover ration in 24.0 minutes per game against the Eagles with six assists and only two turnovers in 48 total minutes played...made the first start of his career against the Eagles as the Seminoles played host to Boston College (Feb. 11) in Tallahassee...he earned the starting assignment at the point guard position in place of Toney Douglas who suffered a wrist injury at Clemson (Feb. 7) in the Seminoles' previous game...scored nine points and had two assists in 33 minutes of play in his first career start for Florida State against the Eagles...all nine points came in the first half as he jump started the Seminoles to an early 13 point lead and a 37-33 advantage at halftime...stroked a pair of 3-point shots in the first four minutes of the game to help Florida State to a quick 13-7 lead...a lay-up and the ensuing free throw shot after he was fouled by Boston College's John Oates came him nine points and the Seminoles a 20-9 lead in the first 6:40 of the game...turned in 13 errorless minutes in the first half with two assists and zero turnovers...played all 20 minutes of the second half as he worked to will the Seminoles to the victory...the Eagles won the game on a late jumper by Tyrelle Blair which allowed the Eagles to leave with the 68-67 victory...played well in 15 minutes of action as he scored three points and was credited with four assists...his 3-points and his two of his four assists came in nine minutes of the second half and helped account for eight total points...in addition to his own 3-point shot he earned second half assists on a 3-point shot by Isaiah Swann and a dunk by All-American Al Thornton...helped Florida State take as much as a seven-point second half lead before the Seminoles fell on a buzzer-beating 3-point shot by Sean Marshall to give the Eagles an 85-82 victory...(vs. Clemson): averaged 3.0 points and 1.0 rebound in three games against NIT participant Clemson...was a perfect two-of-two (1.000 percent) in the three games series against the Tigers...scored four points in 17 minutes of playing time to go along with one assist as Florida State played host to Clemson in Tallahassee (Jan. 3)...all four points in the second half as the Seminoles nearly dug themselves out of a 41-36 halftime hole in time to recover and gain the victory...was very good late in the game with two free throws and an assist in a lay-up by Al Thornton to bring the Seminoles to a 56-56 tie...he helped Florida State battle back after being down by as many as 12 in the first half to tie the game and help his Seminoles take the lead with just over two minutes left in the game...Florida State continued to keep itself in the game but fell on a last second lay-up by Cliff Hammonds to give Clemson the 68-66 victory...played 18 minutes and scored five points as Florida State traveled to play at Clemson (Feb. 7)...began to see his playing time increase as starting point guard Toney Douglas was injured early during the second half as he attempted to block a shot by the Tigers' Cliff Hammonds...Mims scored three points on a three-point shot and played eight minutes as the Seminoles scrambled to get back in to the game after falling behind by 10 at the intermission...it was the next day that Mims found out he would be inserted into the Seminoles' starting line-up after an MRI revealed the non-displace fracture in Douglas's right (shooting wrist)...he would go on to start the next seven game at the point guard position for Florida State...his seventh and final start of the season came against Clemson in the first round of the ACC Tournament at the St. Pete Times Forum (March 8)...earned nine minutes of playing time as the Seminoles defeated the Tigers, 67-66, to advance to the quarterfinal round of the tournament...Florida State won the game, 67-66, on a free throw by All-American Al Thornton with one second remaining in regulation...(vs. Duke): scored three points and pulled down two rebounds in 16 minutes played as Florida State defeated NCAA Tournament participant Duke in the only meeting between the two teams during the 2006-07 season...the win for Florida State was the first in school history in the famed Cameron Indoor Stadium (Feb. 4)...his three points came on a free throw in the first half and a field goal in the second half as Florida State held off Duke, 68-67, to gain the conference victory on the road...his first half free throw came at the 14:06 mark and actually began a 28-21 Seminole run to end the first half...the big thing about the free throw and the single point was that Florida State was down 15-4 and seemingly out of the game...from the point of Mims' free throw, the Seminoles outscored the Blue Devils 63-52 to gain the incredible win...again helped cut into the Blue Devils lead with a lay-up at the 7:48 mark of the second half to put the Seminoles up three at 57-54...Florida State had fought back to take its first lead of the game a the 8:55 mark on a lay-up by Jason Rich...Mims' second-half lay-up started a 13-12 run to end the game in incredible fashion for the Seminoles...Duke had three shots at the basket in the final six seconds as the Seminoles returned to Tallahassee with the victory...(vs. Georgia Tech): averaged 5.5 points and 2.0 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Georgia Tech...earned the second start of his career at home against the Yellow Jackets (Feb. 13) because of the injury to Toney Douglas...as a starter for the second time in his career he scored five points and was credited with two assists in 38 minutes as Florida State played host to Georgia Tech in Tallahassee (Feb. 13)...three points on three-of-five free throws in the first half and a perfect two-of-two from the line in the second half as all five his points came from the free throw line...earned two assists and only charged with one turnover in 38 minutes of play - a career-high for playing time in a single game up until that time...Georgia Tech won the game, 63-57...totaled six points, three assists and two steals in 16 minutes of play at Florida State traveled to play at Georgia Tech...all six of his points came on a pair of 3-point field goals - one in the first half and one in the second half...his first half shot from long range drew the Seminoles to within three at 18-15 with 11:08 left before intermission...his second came as the Seminoles final basket of the game in the 88-80 loss...(vs. Maryland): averaged 5.5 points and 3.0 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Maryland...had a 2:1 assist:turnover ratio against the Terps' ball hawking defense with six assists and only four turnovers in 48 total minutes played...totaled two points and three assists as Florida State defeated Maryland in Tallahassee (Jan. 30)...assisted on a jumper by All-American Al Thornton and a 3-point shot by Casaan Breeden in the first half as the Seminoles sprinted to as much as a six-point first half lead and a 49-46 halftime advantage...his second half basket helped the Seminoles earn as much as an 18-point lead and the 96-79 victory going away to even their ACC record at 4-4 after an 0-3 start to the conference season...totaled nine points, three rebounds and three assists in 35 minutes of playing time in his fourth career start for the Seminoles as they traveled to College Park to play at Maryland (Feb. 21)...earned three points and two assists in 16 minutes of play during the first half and six points in 19 minutes of play in the second half in his second career road starting assignment...a first half 3-point shot gave Florida State an 8-7 lead at the 16:56 mark...one assist and zero turnovers in 19 minutes played in the second half...(vs. Miami): averaged 8.5 points and 2.0 assists in two games played against Miami...shot well from the field in the two-game regular season home-and-home series against the Hurricanes with a .636 mark (seven-of-11)...earned the sixth of his seven career starts against the Hurricanes as the Seminoles traveled to Coral Gables to close out the regular season (March 3)...one of his stronger all-around games with eight points, four rebounds, three assists and two steals in 19 minutes as Florida State defeated Miami, 86-67, in Tallahassee (Jan. 20)...scored all eight of his points in 10 minutes of play in the first half to help the Seminoles to as much as a 19-point lead and a 47-28 halftime lead...six points on two first half 3-point field goals and a lay-up as the Seminoles shot 58 percent from the field and scored 47 points in the first half...Mims was directly responsible for 13 points, with eight coming on his own baskets, three more coming on an assist to Casaan Breeden for a 3-point shot and two more coming as a direct result of his own steal...a second steal resulted in him finishing his own theft at the basket...Florida State led the game for all but three minutes of the first half in gaining the victory...a starter on the road and totaled nine points and one rebound in 16 minutes of play as the Seminoles closed out their season with a 98-90 overtime victory over the Hurricanes (March 3)...four first half points and five in the second as Florida State stormed back for the victory after trailing by 10 points with just over 12 minutes remaining in regulation...gave the Seminoles their first lead of the second half on a 3-pointer with only 50 seconds elapsed in the second half with his shot giving Florida State a 38-37 advantage...had to work hard to pull the Seminoles back into the game with a lay-up less than two minutes later to make the score 42-44...though he did not score for the remainder of the game, his defense played a large role in the Seminoles roaring back from to tie the game in regulation and winning it in overtime...(vs. North Carolina): averaged 1.0 point and 2.5 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant North Carolina...scored two points, pulled down two rebounds and was credited with four assists as the Seminoles traveled to play at the Dean Smith Center in Chapel Hill (Jan. 7)...zero points and three rebounds as the Seminoles played North Carolina in the quarterfinal round of the ACC Tournament at the St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa (March 9)...(vs. NC State): scored his ACC season-high of 12 points and dished out a career-high tying five assists in the fifth start of his career against NIT participant NC State...gained the first of his three wins as a starter against the Wolfpack with 30 minutes played in the Seminoles' victory at home (Feb. 24)...shot the ball well from the field as he made five of eight shots (.625) from the field including marking two of four shots (.500) from the 3-point line...tied his ACC career-high with five assists in the victory...in his fifth career starting assignment he looked as comfortable as ever in the starting point guard role to both begin and close out the game...he tied for team-high honors with eight points and led the Seminoles with three assists and a game-high four steals in 18 first half minutes played...his play keyed the Seminoles to the commanding 39-21 lead at the intermission...swished home a 3-pooint shot at the 9:34 mark to build the Seminoles lead to 10 and the rout for Florida State was on...a second 3-point shot put Florida State up by 12 at the 7:41 mark...with four assists and eight points in the first half he helped account for 16 points while his defense helped limit the Wolfpack to 21 points for the half...kept his foot on the pedal as he added four points and one rebound in 15 minutes of play as Florida State improved to 18-11 overall and 6-9 in league play...(vs. Virginia): scored two points and pulled down three rebounds in the only meeting between the Seminoles and the NCAA Tournament participant Cavaliers during the 2006-07 season...he played his career-high of 39 minutes as he made the third start of his career and first start on the road...earned his ACC career-high of five assists as he and his Seminole teammates played at the newly opened John Paul Jones Arena on the Virginia campus...scored two first half points in his third career start - and first on the road - while filling more than admirably for the injured Toney Douglas...played his career-high of 39 minutes as the Cavaliers squeaked out the 73-70 win...(vs. Virginia Tech): scored two points and earned one assists in Florida State's only game during the 2006-07 season against NCAA Tournament participant Virginia Tech...two points on two free throws off the bench in the Seminoles 82-73 victory over the Hokies in Tallahassee (Jan. 17)...both free throws with 47 seconds remaining in the game helped Florida State stretch their lead to 12 in the last minute of the win...the win was a strong one after the Hokies closed as much as an 18-point Seminole lead to one point late in the game...(vs. Wake Forest): scored five points and pulled down four rebounds in 21 minutes played in the only meeting of the season between the Seminoles of the Demon Deacons...earned his career-high of two blocked shots in the victory at home...helped Florida State recover from an eight-point deficit in the first half to gain the 74-66 win in Tallahassee (Jan. 30)...in a game that saw 13 ties and seven lead changes, Mims helped Seminoles lead by as much as 11 in the second after trailing by as many as eight in the first half...three first half points in a 23 second span on a free throws and a jumper helped the Seminoles close to within one at 24-25 with 6:44 left in the second half...though Florida State to not take the lead before halftime, the completely took the momentum in a 19-13 run in the final 10 minutes of the half to pull within 30-32 at the intermission...a second half lay-up with 8:34 left in the game put Florida State up 50-48 and began an 26-28 game-ending and game-winning run to earn Florida State its third conference in four games and pull their record in ACC play nearly even at 3-4...(vs. Toledo, Michigan and Mississippi State in the NIT): averaged 2.0 points and 1.7 rebounds in three games against Toledo, Michigan and Mississippi State in three games during the 2007 MasterCard NIT...tied for second on the team with four steals in the Seminoles' three games in the tournament (1.3 spg)...totaled two points, two rebounds and two steals in 14 minutes during the Seminoles' 77-61 victory over Toledo in the first round of the 2007 MasterCard NIT in Tallahassee (March 13)...two points with his bucket coming on a steal and a coast-to-coast lay-up in the first half put Florida State up 24-18 with 8:13 left in the first half...one point on one of two free throws in the Seminoles' victory over Michigan in Florida State's second round NIT victory in Tallahassee (March 15)...his second half free throw helped Florida State earn the 86-71 win over the Big Ten Wolverines...scored three points on one 3-point shot as the Seminoles traveled to play at Mississippi State in the quarterfinal round of the NIT (March 20)...also added one assist in seven minutes of play on the road...(vs. Florida): scored five points and pulled down one rebound in 14 minutes of play as the Seminoles defeated NCAA Tournament Champion Florida in the only meeting of the season between the two intra-state rivals...earned one steal and one assist and made two of his three field goal attempts from the field in the Seminoles' 70-66 win in Tallahassee (Feb. 3)...all five of his points came in the first half to boost the Seminoles to a 36-31 lead at the intermission...a lay-up at the 11:49 mark gave Florida State an 18-10 lead and a 3-point bomb put Florida State up 29-22 with 6:00 left before halftime...earned an assist on a 3-point field goal by Jerel Allen which helped him account for eight points in the first half...a flawless second half with five minutes played and zero turnovers helped the Seminoles take the monumental win over the No. 4 Gators...

AS A SOPHOMORE (2006): Averaged 3.8 points (eighth on the team), 1.5 rebounds (eighth) and 1.7 assists (third) while shooting .788 (52-of-66) from the free throw line...top game of the season came against Butler in the NIT as he played 28 minutes for the injured Todd Galloway and recorded six assists and zero turnovers...his performance in running the point allowed the Seminoles to defeat the Bulldogs, 67-63, and advance to the second round of the NIT for the second time in three seasons...scored four points to go along with six rebounds in the victory...single-season career-highs for free throws made (52) and free throws attempted (66)...scored in double figures in a career-high tying three different games...scored in double figures more times as a sophomore (three) than he did as a freshman (two)...scored 10 points and added two assists, one rebound and one steal in the Seminoles' victory over Texas Southern (Dec. 7)...totaled 11 points and earned three assists, two rebounds and two steals in the Seminoles' victory over Campbell (Dec. 22)...scored his ACC season-high of 11 points to go along with two rebounds, one assist and one steal in 18 minutes against NC State...scored seven points and added two rebounds, two assists and two steals in 21 minutes against Purdue in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge (Nov. 29)...helped Florida State to the 97-57 (+40 points) victory over the Boilermakers to establish the challenge record for margin of victory...a perfect six-of-six from the free throw line in the season opener against Jacksonville Nov. 19 and made at least four free throws in six games during the 2005-06 season...was also perfect from the line at Duke (Feb. 4) in helping to the historic near-victory in Cameron Indoor Stadium...the Seminoles fell, 97-96, in overtime to the No. 2 ranked Blue Devils...scored nine points (on five of six made free throws) as the Seminoles defeated Nebraska from the Big 12, 74-60, in the Orange Bowl Classic in Sunrise, Fla...established his single-game career-high for free throws made in a single game with six against both Jacksonville (Nov. 19) and Virginia Tech (Jan. 7)...tied his single-game career-high with six free throws attempted against Jacksonville, against Nebraska (Dec. 31), against Virginia Tech (Jan. 7) and against Butler in the first round of the NIT (March 17)...shot well from the free throw line against various combinations of teams during the season...shot well from the line against the Seminoles' 14 non-conference opponents (29-of-35, .829)...the Seminoles' best free throw shooter in true road games (21-of-25, .840)...nearly perfect (seven-of-eight, .875) from the line in the Seminoles' three neutral site games...was perfect from the line (eight-of-eight, 1.000) in the Seminoles' six games against teams that played in the NCAA Tournament in 2006...(vs. Boston College): scored 0 points and pulled down one rebound in Florida State's only game against NCAA Tournament participant Boston College (Jan. 14)...earned seven minutes of playing time as the Seminoles and Eagles meet as conference opponents for the first time in school history...(vs. Clemson): averaged 0.0 points and 0.0 rebounds in two games against NIT participant Clemson...was credited with three assists in 19 minutes played as Florida State defeated Clemson in Tallahassee (Feb. 1)...earned 19 minutes of playing time as the Seminoles won a game they had to have as they began distancing themselves from the middle of the pack in the ACC standings...all three of his assists came in the first half as Florida State built as much as a nine point lead and held a 26-23 advantage at halftime...earned assists on baskets by Al Thornton, Jerel Allen and Uche Echefu as Florida State won its 13th overall game and evened its record at 4-4 in ACC play...earned three minutes of playing time as Florida State traveled to play at Clemson (Jan. 4)...(vs. Duke): averaged 6.5 points and 1.5 rebounds in two games against NCAA participant Duke...played one of the best ACC games of his sophomore season with nine points, four assists, two rebounds and one steal as the Seminoles nearly won in Durham (Feb. 4)...nine points against the Blue Devils ranks as his second highest scoring total in an ACC game during his career...scored five points in the first half in helping Florida State to a 45-43 halftime lead...all four of his points in the second half came from the free throw line as he helped the Seminoles get back into the game and tie the contest at 84-84 at the end of regulation...made two free throws in 13:12 left in the second half to put Florida State up 60-56...two more free throws brought the Seminoles to within one at 64-65 with 10:21 left in regulation...three of his four assists came in the second half including one with 3:54 left on a basket by Al Thornton that put Florida State up, 80-78...was five-of-five from the free throw line for the game to mark one of six times during his sophomore season that he was perfect on at least three free throws in a single game...scored four points to go along with one rebound and one steal in the Seminoles' tremendous victory over No. 1 ranked Duke in Tallahassee (March 1)...the win over the top ranked Blue Devils marked the second time in school history Florida State had defeated the No. 1 ranked team...two first half points put the Seminoles up, 15-8 (+7), with 12:58 remaining before a 36-33 halftime lead for the Seminoles...two points in the second half helped bring Florida State to within five at 46-51 with 12:13 left in the game...(vs. Georgia Tech): scored 0 points and pulled down two rebounds in Florida State's only game against Georgia Tech during the 2006 season...earned 15 minutes of playing time as the Seminoles defeated the Yellow Jackets (Feb. 9) to improve to 14-6 overall and 5-5 in the ACC...earned a first-half steal and fed the ball to Isaiah Swann for a jumper that put Florida State ahead 18-17 with 9:43 left before halftime...was an important steal and basket combination as it kept the Seminoles close in a four-point deficit (39-43) at the half...(vs. Maryland): scored three points, pulled down three rebounds and earned two steals in Florida State's victory over NIT participant Maryland...all three of his points against the Terps came in the second half as the Seminoles pulled away for the 71-60 victory in Tallahassee (Feb. 22)...a lay-up at the 8:49 mark of the second half put Florida State up 61-42 (+19) and a late free throw was the final point of the game for the Seminoles to make the score 71-57 (+14) with 51 seconds left in the game...(vs. Miami): averaged 1.5 points and 0.5 rebounds in two games against NIT participant Miami...scored three points and pulled down one rebound as the Florida State defeated Miami, 67-64, in Coral Gables to close out the regular season (March 5)...his three points came on a 3-point shot with 5:24 left in the first half to put the Seminoles up 28-22...was an important basket because Florida State led 35-30 at halftime before losing, and regaining, the lead in the second half...totaled zero points and zero rebounds in five minutes of play as Florida State played host to Miami in Tallahassee (Jan. 29)...the Hurricanes took the 84-78 victory in overtime...(vs. North Carolina): scored zero points and pulled down two rebounds in one game against NCAA Tournament participant North Carolina...played eight minutes and added one assist and one steal as North Carolina rallied to beat Florida State in Tallahassee (Jan. 22)...(vs. NC State): scored his season and ACC career-high of 11 points in Florida State's only game against NCAA Tournament participant NC State...was one of three Seminoles to score in double figures as Florida Sate traveled to play NC State at Raleigh (Feb. 15)...was a perfect four-of-four from the field and a perfect three-of-three from the free throw line and pulled down two rebounds as the Seminoles fell to the Wolfpack...scored nine points in the second half as the Seminoles worked to climb back into the game after trailing 45-27 at halftime...Florida State trailed by 18 after Mims played only five minutes in the first half but nearly outscored the Wolfpack, 37-41, as Mims earned 13 minutes of playing time...(vs. Virginia): averaged 3.0 points and 0.5 rebounds in two games against NIT participant Virginia...scored two points and recorded two assists as Florida State defeated Virginia, 87-82, in overtime in Charlottesville (Jan. 11)...played six minutes but scored his two points in one second of play in leading to the overtime victory...replaced Al Thornton in the lineup after a basket by Virginia's Sean Singletary hit a jumper to make the score 83-82 with Florida State up only 11 seconds remaining on the clock...was perfect on two free throws as he was fouled by Virginia's Billy Campbell on the inbounds play to put the Seminoles' up 85-82 with 10 seconds left in the game...was then replaced by Thornton on defense and the Seminoles added two more points on free throws by Jason Rich to close the scoring at 87-82 and earn the ACC road win...the victory upped Florida State's record to 11-2 overall and 2-1 in conference play...totaled four points, one rebound and two assists as Florida State earned the sweep of the two-game season series with a 76-62 victory over the Cavaliers in Tallahassee (Feb. 18)...a three-point shot in the second half with 11:32 remaining gave Florida State its largest lead of the second half (62-43, +19)...helped the Seminoles own a double-digit lead throughout the second half in earning their largest ACC margin of victory of the season...(vs. Virginia Tech): averaged 7.0 points and 2.0 rebounds in two games against Virginia Tech...was 10-of-11(.909 percent) from the free throw line in two games against the Hokies as a sophomore...earned 14 minutes of playing time and scored eight points as Florida State earned its first ACC victory of the season with a 74-68 victory over the Hokies in Tallahassee (Jan. 7)...was a perfect six-of-six from the free throw line (all in the second half) as Florida State never trailed and led the game wire-to-wire... was a perfect four-of-four from the free throw line in a span of 25 seconds midway through the second half to help the Seminoles continue to push out their lead...gave Florida State a 47-39 (+8) lead with 12:38 left and a 51-42 (+9) advantage with 12:13 left with his four free throws...two most important free throws of the game came with 24 seconds remaining after the Hokies had closed the gap to a mere two points...Mims was fouled by Markus Sailes, composed himself, stepped up to the line and nailed both free throws to close out the Hokies... 13 minutes of playing time and scored six points and pulled down two rebounds as Florida State traveled to play in Blacksburg (Feb. 25)...was nearly perfect (four-of-five) from the free throw line as Virginia Tech gained the split in the season series with the 72-61 victory...scored four points in the first half including three from the free throw line within the final 1:39 of the half to help draw Florida State to a 27-27 tie at the intermission...two free throws at the 1:39 mark closed the Seminoles' deficit to three at 24-27 and a third from the line closed the gap to two at 25-27 with 1:15 remaining...Florida State tied the game on a lay-up by Isaiah Swann with 1:12 left in the half...(vs. Wake Forest): averaged 1.5 points and 0.5 rebounds in two games against NIT participant Wake Forest...scored one point to go along with one rebound and two assists as the Seminoles won in Winston-Salem (Feb. 24)...his lone point was the exclamation point to the Seminoles' 75-68 victory as he made one of two free throws with nine seconds left in the game to close out the scoring...two assists in the game led to a total of six points on a pair of 3-pont shots by Andrew Wilson...first assist gave Florida State a 18-13 lead with 13:23 left in the first half and the second upped the Seminoles' lead to 26-15 with 9:35 left before the intermission...a block on a 3-point shot attempt by Wake's Michael Drum allowed Florida State to keep its five point lead (18-13) with 12:39 left in the first half...scored two points and earned three assists against Wake Forest in the ACC Tournament in Greensboro (March 9)...two points came on two free throws in the first half in leading Florida State to a 40-32 (+8 point) lead at halftime...Mims is a perfect six-of-six from the free throw line in two career ACC Tournament games entering his junior season...(vs. Butler and South Carolina in the NIT): averaged 2.0 points, 4.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists in two games in the NIT Tournament against Butler and South Carolina...played the best game of his career with six assists, zero turnovers and four points in a career-high 28 minutes as he led the Seminoles past Butler, 67-64, in the first round of the NIT in Tallahassee (March 17)...filled in for the injured Todd Galloway at the point guard position and ran the team brilliantly in the victory...three assists and one point in 13 minutes of play during the first half and three assists and three points in 15 minutes of play in the crucial, game-winning second half...one free throw with 18 seconds left in the game helped Florida State keep its late lead of one point in pulling out the four-point victory...credited with the assist on what turned out to be the game-winning basket by Alexander Johnson with 51 seconds remaining in the game...Johnson's jumper from Mims' assist put Florida State up 64-63 after it trailed 63-61 with 2:22 remaining...Florida State scored the final six points of the game (including one on Mims' assist and two more on his assist to Johnson) to gain the win and move onto the second round...scored zero points and totaled two assists in the second round of the NIT against South Carolina in Tallahassee (March 21)...(vs. Florida): scored zero points and pulled down two rebounds in one game against Florida...earned four minutes of playing time as the Seminoles played the Gators in Gainesville (Nov. 25).

AS A FRESHMAN (2005): Averaged 2.8 points (12th on the team), 1.2 rebounds (11th) and was seventh on the team with 18 steals...finished tied for seventh on the team with 20 assists - he recorded multiple assists in five different games and dished out a season-high four in the Seminoles' game against Texas A&M Corpus Christi...played in 29 of the Seminoles' 31 games and averaged 9.2 minutes played per game...earned double figure playing minutes in 13 games including four in ACC play...played in double figure minutes in each of Florida State's first six games and averaged 16.3 minutes played per game in those contests...led the Seminoles in free throw shooting percentage with a .853 mark as he made 29 of his 34 attempts...made seven of his first eight to begin the season and each of his last 12 attempts from the line to end the season...was a perfect four of four against both Texas A&M Corpus Christi and NC State in the ACC Tournament (March 10)...was a perfect eight of eight in ACC play and did not miss from the line after making four of five attempts against Jacksonville...immediately displayed his ability to play at the Division I level as he scored his season-high of 17 points against Texas Southern in his Seminole debut (Nov. 19)...led the team with a career-high six field goals made and two 3-point field goals made...his stellar outing against Texas Southern allowed to earn season-highs for points (17), field goals made (six), field goals attempted (10), 3-point field goals made (two), 3-point field goals attempted (four), defensive rebounds (five), total rebounds (seven) and minutes played (24)...his 17 points against the Tigers ranked only behind teammate Diego Romero for game and team-high honors...played in front of nearly 100 family members and friends as Florida State traveled to play at Massachusetts (Feb. 15)...the Seminoles' trip to Massachusetts in Amherst was the closest destination by the basketball team to his high school home of Brunswick, Maine...played well against the 15 non-conference teams on the Seminoles' schedule with a 4.4 points per game average...(vs. Clemson) averaged 2.0 points and 0.5 rebounds in two games against NIT participant Clemson...scored two points each in both meetings between the Seminoles and the Tigers...a first half lay-up against the Tigers in Tallahassee (Jan. 12) gave the Seminoles an early 15-9 lead...Clemson won the game, 56-54, as they outscored the Seminoles by one point in both the first and second halves...on the court late in the games and scored his only basket as the Seminoles traveled to play at Clemson (Feb. 27)...his basket came with 42.9 seconds remaining and Florida State attempting a furious comeback...Clemson won the contest, 83-74...(vs. Duke) scored two points and had one steal in eight minutes played against NCAA Tournament participant Duke in the one game between the two teams...was a perfect two-of-two from the free throw line against the Blue Devils (Jan. 22)...on the court for the Seminoles late and was a perfect two-of-two from the free throw line with 1:04 remaining in the game as Duke won in Tallahassee...(vs. Georgia Tech) averaged 1.0 point and 0.5 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Georgia Tech...scored two second-half points as Florida State outscored Georgia Tech, 39-32, over the course of the final 20 minutes to come up short by the smallest of margins in their attempt at victory over the Yellow Jackets in Tallahassee (Feb. 20)...a lay-up with 11:34 left in the game brought the Seminoles to within six at 60-54 and began a 19-16 game-ending run that nearly helped Florida State to the win...Georgia Tech won the game as B.J. Elder made two free throws with 0.4 seconds remaining in the game to give Georgia Tech the 76-75 win...Mims also added his first blocked shot in ACC play against the Yellow Jackets...earned two minutes of playing time as the Seminoles traveled to play at Atlanta (Feb. 2)...(vs. Maryland) scored zero points and pulled down zero rebounds in four minutes of play against NIT participant Maryland in the only meeting between the two teams...earned four minutes of playing time as the Seminoles opened ACC play in College Park against the Terps (Dec. 19)...play in the second half helped Florida State outscore Maryland 45-38 and force overtime with the score tied at 80-80...Maryland outscored Florida State, 10-8, in the extra session to claim the victory...(vs. Miami) averaged 2.0 points and 2.0 rebounds in two games against NIT participant Miami...scored four points and pulled down three rebounds as the Seminoles nearly defeated the Hurricanes in Coral Gables (Jan. 15) in the first meeting between the two teams as conference opponents...four points scored came in six minutes played in the first half an helped Florida State take a 32-31 lead into the locker room at halftime...a steal and ensuing lay-up put the Seminoles up by seven (21-14) with 8:56 left in the first half...a second basket less than two minutes later put Florida State up by six (25-19) with 6:24 left on the first half clock...added one rebound and one steal in six minutes of play in the second half...Miami won the game on a running one-handed jumper by Guillermo Diaz with eight seconds left to give the Hurricanes the 64-63 victory...earned 12 minutes of playing time and pulled down one rebound as Florida State played host to Miami in Tallahassee (Feb. 22)...(vs. North Carolina) averaged 1.0 point and 0.5 rebounds in two games against NCAA National Champion North Carolina...scored two points on a perfect two-of-two shooting from the free throw line as the Seminoles traveled to Chapel Hill to play in the Dean Dome (March 3)...made both ends of a one and one shooting sequence as the Seminoles attempted to narrow their deficit in the second half...North Carolina won the game, 91-76...pulled down one rebound in five minutes of playing time as the Florida State played host to North Carolina in Tallahassee (Feb. 6)...(vs. NC State) averaged 3.5 points and 0.5 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant NC State...closed his first collegiate season style as the freshman scored seven points against the Wolfpack in his first career ACC Tournament game at the MCI Center in Washington, D.C. (March 10)...all seven points came in six minutes played as the Seminoles fought furiously to get back into the game after falling into a 14-point halftime hole...was a perfect four-of-four from the free throw line and made a 3-point shot as he displayed his desire to compete late in the game...his 3-point shot against the Wolfpack was his first of the season in ACC competition...earned one minute of playing time in Raleigh as the Seminoles defeated the Wolfpack to snap a 26-game ACC road losing streak (Jan. 26)...his one minute of playing time helped Florida State take a 33-25 halftime lead in winning the game, 70-64...(vs. Virginia) averaged 2.0 points and 1.0 rebound in one game played against Virginia...earned his ACC season-high of 13 minutes played in helping the Seminoles to the regular season-ending 68-63 victory over Virginia in Tallahassee (March 6)...scored two first-half points in nine minutes to spark the Seminoles to a 32-21 halftime advantage...hit two free throws with 1:55 left in the first half to give the Seminoles a 30-16 lead...Florida State took the lead in the game at the 16:52 mark of the first half and did not relinquish its leads in gaining its fourth ACC victory of the season...also added one of his four steals in ACC play in the victory over the Cavaliers...(vs. Virginia Tech) scored zero points and pulled down zero rebounds in the Seminoles' only game against NIT participant Virginia Tech...earned two minutes of playing time as the Seminoles evened their ACC record at 1-1 with a 70-77 victory over Virginia Tech in Tallahassee (Jan. 8)...his two first half minutes helped the Seminoles to a 45-38 halftime advantage...those seven points were important as Florida State briefly lost the lead in the second half but recovered to win going away...(vs. Wake Forest) averaged 2.0 points and 1.0 rebound in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Wake Forest...one important minute of playing time contributed to the Seminoles biggest victory of the season over No. 3 ranked Wake Forest in Tallahassee (Jan. 18)...one rebound in one minute as Florida State charged out to a 46-32 halftime lead and held on to win in overtime, 93-81...four points as the Seminoles traveled to play at Winston-Salem (Feb. 12)...perfect from the free throw line (two-of-two) and made one field goal against the Demon Deacons on the road...(vs. Florida) scored zero points and pulled down zero rebounds in one game against NCAA Tournament participant Florida...three minutes of playing time as Florida State defeated the Gators in Tallahassee (Jan. 2) for the first time since the 1997 season...all three minutes played came in the first half and helped the Seminoles charge out to a 45-32 lead at the intermission...Florida State never trailed at any time in the game as the Seminoles won the game over their arch-rivals.

AT BRUNSWICK: Graduated from Brunswick High School in 2004 ... averaged 28.9 points, 11.4 rebounds, 5.5 assists and 4.5 steals as a senior ... named Mr. Basketball in the state of Maine his senior season ... earned All-State First-Team honors three times during his career ... named the area Player of the Year by the Sun Journal of Lewiston, Maine, during both his junior and senior seasons ... a four-year starter ... led Brunswick to the state championship game in 2004 where he scored a State Class A Championship game record 46 points against Portland ... totaled 41 points against Bangor in the state championship semifinal game and was named the state tournament MVP despite his team finishing as the runner-up ... his 41 points against Bangor came during the final three quarters of the game as he scored all but two of his team's points during the span ... led Brunswick to the state title as a sophomore and to runner-up finishes as a junior and senior ... with Mims as a four-year starter, Brunswick won 95 percent of their games with an 81-4 record ... scored 1,916 career points for a 22.5 points per game average in 85 games during his career ... named the MVP of the Eastern Maine District Tournament in 2004 ... totaled 22 points and six rebounds against Mt. Blue in the Class A quarterfinals as a senior ... the schoolboy star in Maine who played once against Maryland's Nik Caner-Medley during his prep career ... Mims and Brunswick defeated Caner-Medley and Deering High School, 83-61, in the Class A state championship game and Mims scored 31 points ... also led Brunswick to the state championship football game as the Dragons' quarterback as a senior ... a two-way player, also excelling at the cornerback position ... rushed for nearly 600 yards and completed nearly 50 percent of his passes as a senior ... also a receiver during the season and caught a 30-yard touchdown pass in a victory over Skowhegan.

PERSONAL: Born Nov. 26, 1985 ... son of Petronia and Clint Mims ... has one sister, Gabby ... grew up in Pensacola, Fla., before moving to Maine in the eighth grade ... one of his friends growing up was four-year Seminole teammate Jason Rich ... Mims' father served in the U.S. Navy which has an air station in Brunswick ... his father was a Senior Master Chief Petty Officer in the Navy ... high school coach Todd Hanson played at the University of Maine when former Seminole assistant coach Mike Jaskulski was a Black Bears' assistant ... a cousin, Alex Gordon, was a member of the basketball team at Vanderbilt University during the same period Mims played at Florida State ... a classmate from Brunswick, Abby King, is a varsity letter winning member of the Florida State women's swimming team ... named Mr. Basketball in the state of Maine as a senior and the state Gatorade Player of the Year as a junior...named the Most Valuable Player in the state of Maine as a senior by the Maine Telegram... Mims' performance in the 2004 state championship semifinal and title games was outstanding as he totaled 87 points in the two games...in totaling 46 points in the championship game, he scored 41 points -- including 34 straight -- from the beginning of the second quarter to the latter stages of the fourth quarter in the semifinal game...named the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Player of the Year as a senior...selected Florida State over South Carolina and Providence.

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