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22   Tim Pickett
Tim Pickett


Daytona Beach, Fla.

High School:
Daytona Beach Mainland

Last College:
Indian River (Fla.) C.C.

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 207



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ON PICKETT: All-America Honorable Mention and All-ACC First Team selection as he led Florida State to the second round of the NIT as a senior in 2004...will long be remembered as one of the most exciting players in Florida State men's basketball history and the preeminent building block in Head Coach Leonard Hamilton's mission of making the Seminoles a program of significance in college a two-time All-ACC selection - First-Team in 2004 and Second-Team in 2003...joined only All-American Bob Sura in 1994 as the only two Florida State players to earn All-ACC First-Team honors in school history...a two-time All-ACC Defensive Team selection - by both the coaches and the media - in both 2003 and 2004...totaled 164 steals in only two years at the Division I level and closed his career ranked tied for second in ACC history with a 2.64 steals per game average...he is tied with NC State's Chris Corchiani and ranks behind only Maryland's Johnny Rhodes...his 164 steals ranks as the seventh highest career total in school history while his 2.64 career steals per game average is the school record...finished 33rd on Florida State's all-time scoring list with 1,038 career points...averaged 16.7 points per game during his 62-game career as he started every game of his Florida State career...his 16.7 points per game career average is tied for the 17th-best career average in school history...ranks fourth in school history with 194 career 3-points shots made and third in school history with 529 career 3-point shots attempted...shot .367 from the field for his two-year career - the second best career percentage in school history...his single-game career-high six 3-point shots made seven times during his career ranks as the seventh-best single game effort in school history...finished second in school history with a .814 free throw shooting percentage for his two-year career...his .865 free throw shooting percentage as a junior is the fifth highest single-season percentage in school history...averaged 19.3 points, 5.9 rebounds and 2.3 steals against the 15 ranked teams on Florida State's schedule during his senior season...averaged in double figures against all eight ACC opponents during his junior and senior seasons at Florida State...averaged 16.3 points per game during 32 career conference games...named the Seminoles' Most Valuable Player by Leonard Hamilton and his staff during both of his two years at Florida State... originally signed with South Carolina after his first year at Indian River in 2001 but had his transfer denied by the Southeastern Conference...the SEC mandates players must complete at least three consecutive semesters at an institution before being allowed to enroll in a conference school...a consensus top-50 national junior college player prior to his arrival at Florida State for the 2002-03 season...sat out one year between Indian River and Daytona Beach and did not play organized basketball...

AS A SENIOR (2004): All-America Honorable Mention and All-ACC First-Team selection as he led the ACC and ranked third in the nation with a single-season career-high 110 3-point shots made...only the second player in school history to earn All-ACC First-Team Honors - Bob Sura was the first in 1994...averaged 16.5 points (first on the team), 4.5 rebounds (second) and 2.5 steals (first) while shooting .433 from the field and .407 from the 3-point line...ranked third nationally in total 3-point field goals made (110), 10th nationally in 3-point field goals made per game (3.3), tied for 10th nationally in total steals (82) and 18th nationally in steals per game (2.5 spg)...ranked first in 3-point field goals made, first in 3-point field goals made per game, second in total steals, second in steals per game, third in 3-point field goal percentage, fourth in scoring, seventh in field goal percentage and 25th in rebounds per game in a career high 33 games as a senior...finished fifth in the ACC Player of the Year balloting...received the third highest vote total in the balloting for the All-ACC teams...earned ACC Player of the Week honors twice as a senior and three times during his two year career as a Seminoles...only the second player (also Bob Sura) to earn ACC POW honors three times during his career...the first player in school history to be named to the All-ACC Defensive Team and earned the honor in both 2003 and 2004...his 543 points as a senior ranks as the 22nd highest single-season scoring total in school history...his 110 3-point shots made as a senior is the second highest single-season total in school history and trails only George McCloud's 115 3-point shots made during the 1989 season...his 270 3-point field goals attempted in 2004 is the highest single-season total in school history...shot .407 from 3-point range as a senior which ranks as the sixth-best single-season 3-point field goal shooting percentage in school history...he is one of only 10 players in school history to shoot 40 percent or above from the 3-point line in a single season...recorded at least one steal in 30 of Florida State's 33 games...improbable performance against Wichita State in the first round of the NIT on the road with 25 points including a twisting, triple-pumping 3-pointer to send the game into overtime after the Seminoles trailed by as many as 12 in the second half...Florida State won the game in double overtime to ranks as the programs first post-season victory since 1998...led Florida State in scoring 18 times and earned game-high scoring honors 14 times in 33 games during his senior season...tied his personal single-game career-high and the Seminoles' single-game ACC record with six 3-point shots made against Georgia Tech (Feb. 3), Duke (Feb. 29) and against NC State in the ACC Tournament (March 12)...totaled his fifth career double-double of 16 points and 10 rebounds against Duke in Durham during his senior season (Jan. 29)...second half performance against Miami (Dec. 14) with all 12 of his points in the second 20 minutes to lead the Seminoles to the come-from-behind 67-58 win over the future ACC member Hurricanes...(against Clemson) averaged a team leading 12.0 points, 1.0 rebound and 2.5 steals in two games against Clemson...scored 15 first-half points (16 total) to lead the Seminoles past the Tigers in Tallahassee (Feb. 14)...his 15 first-half points came on five field goals (four from 3-point range) in 13 minutes and staked the Seminoles to a 35-26 halftime lead...despite being held to one point in the second half, he played 17 minutes and held Florida State outscore Clemson, 30-26, to gain the 65-52 victory...totaled eight points, two steals and two 3-point field goals made as Florida State played at Clemson (Jan. 13)...(against Duke) averaged 20.0 points, 7.5 rebounds and 1.0 steals in two games against ACC regular season champion and NCAA semifinalist Duke...scored 24 points, pulled down five rebounds, dished out three assists and had one blocked shot in nearly leading Florida State to the upset of No. 5 ranked Duke in Tallahassee (Feb. 29)...tied his own personal career-high with six 3-point shots made (including four in the second half) as he nearly rallied the Seminoles from as many as eight down in the second half to as close as four with 17 seconds remaining...scored 16 second-half points and tied the game twice during the final 20 minutes with a lay-up with 15:04 remaining (to tie the score at 40-40) and a 3-point shot with 11:59 remaining (to tie the score at 45)...scored his fifth career double-double of 16 points and 10 rebounds and nearly willed the Seminoles past the Blue Devils in Durham (Jan. 29)...totaled nine points, four rebounds and two steals as Florida State clawed its way back from a 34-22 (-12 point) deficit in one of the nation's toughest place to play college basketball...began a 15-7 run to close the game with two free throws at the 7:21 mark to pull the Seminoles to within 49-36...had three points and two rebounds during the remainder of the game as Florida State pulled to within two at 51-49 with 1:05 remaining...pulled down his season high of 10 defensive rebounds against the Blue Devils...(against Georgia Tech) averaged 21.5 points, 5.0 rebounds and 4.5 steals against NCAA Tournament runner-up Georgia Tech...scored his career-high of 33 points (25 in the second half) in one of the great collegiate performances of the year in leading Florida State past then No. 10 ranked Georgia Tech in Tallahassee (Feb. 3)...scored his career-high 33 points as he made his season-high of 10 field goals (including a career-high tying six 3-point shots) to goal along with eight rebounds, three assists and three steals....began to wear the Jackets at the beginning of the second half as he scored 15 of Florida State's first 18 points of the half in the first 5:46 to bring the Seminoles from a 35-33 (-2 point deficit) to a 51-48 lead (+3 margin) and give Florida State a lead it would not relinquish...his shooting barrage included four 3-point shots, a jumper and a free throw as he outscored Georgia Tech 15-13 by himself over the four minute span...also a perfect four-of-four from the free throw line in the final two minutes during the victory...continued to play the game until the final buzzer with a blocked shot with two seconds remaining on the game clock and the Seminoles up 81-65...the 16-point margin of defeat was the largest of the season by the Yellow and played only 20 minutes as the Seminoles traveled to play Georgia Tech in Atlanta (March 6)...scored 10 points, pulled down five rebounds and recorded his season-high of six steals despite playing on a sprained right ankle...his six steals led directly to eight points (including five by himself) - all in the first half as the Seminoles held a 29-25 lead at the intermission...five points in each half before fouling out...(against Maryland) averaged 16.5 points, 6.5 rebounds and 3.0 steals in two games against ACC Champion and NCAA Tournament participant Maryland...scored 13 points, pulled down five rebounds and earned three steals in Florida State's victory over No. 25 ranked Maryland in Tallahassee (Dec. 28)...scored all 13 of his points in the second half after being held scoreless in the first half to held the Seminoles gain the 79-75 victory on national television...scored Florida State's first basket of the second half (on the Seminoles' first possession) and Florida State's first six points of the half to help Maryland's hot shooting to open the second half...two free throws with 36 seconds left in the game put Florida State up 77-71 and put the game out of reach of the nationally ranked Terps...scored 20 points, pulled down eight rebounds and was credited with three assists as the Seminoles traveled to play in College Park (Feb. 8)...was nearly unstoppable in the first half as he scored 18 points and allowed the Seminoles to stay with one point, 38-39, at halftime...his 18 points came on seven of nine made field goals including a perfect four-of-four from 3-point range...his seven field goals against Maryland marked one of 11 times that he made seven or more field goals in a single game as a senior...(against North Carolina) averaged 27.5 points, 9.0 rebounds and 3.0 steals in two games against NCAA Tournament participant North Carolina...may have been at his best as he turned in one of the most historic performances in ACC and school history with 30 points, nine rebounds and two steals to lead Florida State to an improbable 90-81 victory over No. 7 ranked North Carolina in Tallahassee (Jan. 22)...scored eight first half points, 16 in the second half and six in the overtime period as he rallied Florida State from as many as 24 down in the first half to gain the ranks as the greatest comeback in school history...after falling behind 42-18 (-24 with 5:38 remaining in the first half), the Seminoles outscored the Tar Heels 72-39 over the final 30:38 of the game including 43-29 in the second half and 12-3 in the overtime period...the Seminoles shot .559 for the game -- .538 (14-of-26) in the first half, .517 (15-of-29) in the second half and a perfect 1.000 (four-of-four) in the overtime period...Pickett made eight field goals (three from 3-point range) and 11 free throws in Florida State's victory over North the last five minutes of the second half he made a lay-up to cut the Seminoles' deficit to three at 71-74, two free throws to again cut the deficit to three at 73-76 and two more free throws to cut the Tar Heels' lead to three again at 75-78...during the overtime period he made a 3-pointer to put Florida State up five at 83-78, a jumper to put the Seminoles up seven at 85-78 and a free throw to put the Seminoles ahead 90-81 with 17 seconds left in the contest...was nearly as impressive against the Tar Heels in Chapel Hill (Feb. 21) as he scored 25 points, pulled down nine rebounds, earned five assists, four steals and two blocked shots as he nearly willed the Seminoles back from as much as an 18-point deficit in the second half against the Tar Heels...scored 17 second half points as Florida State whittled down its deficit to one with 4:04 left in the contest...was five-of-ten from the field and four-of-eight from the three point line during the Seminoles' second-half comeback...(against NC State) averaged 12.7 points, 3.3 rebounds and 3.0 steals in three games against NCAA Tournament participant NC of his most courageous performances of the season came against NC State in the ACC Tournament (March 12) as he scored 23 points, pulled down three rebounds and had two steals while playing on two badly sprained ankles...displayed his All-ACC First-Team credentials to the capacity crowds at the Greensboro Coliseum as he put on a show on both offense and defense in attempting to lead the Seminoles into the semifinals...his display came to a height when he scored nine consecutive points on three consecutive 3-point shots early in the second half to give Florida State a 40-32 lead after the Seminoles began the half down by one at 32-31...a Pickett 3-pointer tied the score at 34 at the 19:54 mark...a second from long range put Florida State up 37-34 with 19:28 remaining while a third put the Seminoles up 40-34 with 18:25 left on the clock...scored 15 total points in the second half...scored 10 points and earned one steal as Florida State entertained NC State in Tallahassee (Jan. 11)...five points, four rebounds and three steals as the Seminoles played in Raleigh (Feb. 10)...(against Virginia) averaged 9.0 points and 7.5 rebounds in two games against NIT participant Virginia...scored nine points and pulled down a season-high 11 rebounds as Florida State traveled to Charlottesville (Jan. 18)...also scored nine points as Florida State defeated Virginia in Tallahassee (Feb. 17)...(against Wake Forest) averaged 20.5 points, 3.5 rebounds and 2.0 steals in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Wake Forest...incredible second half of 18 points to lead Florida State to its 75-70 victory over No. 10 Wake Forest in Tallahassee (Jan. 25)...stunning second-half performance came after his was held scoreless in the first half and helped Florida State outscore Wake Forest, 39-33, over the final 20 minutes of play to help the Seminoles to the 75-70 victory over their second top-10 team in two games for the first time in school history...after making zero field goals in the first half he was six-of-11 from the field including four-of-eight form the 3-point line in the second half...scored nine consecutive second half points (all on 3-point shots) to pull Florida State to within 50-47 with 14:57 remaining in the game...five consecutive points (on a lay-up and another 3-point shot) again brought the Seminoles to within three at 63-60 with 7:14 left on the clock...a steal and a Pickett lay-up brought the Seminoles to within one at 70-69 with 1:20 remaining and two Pickett free throws closed out the scoring with two ticks left on the clock in the victory...another near-Herculean effort of 23 points, four rebounds and three steals nearly guided the Seminoles to a win in Winston-Salem (Feb. 25)...scored 16 first half points as the Seminoles raced to a 47-34 lead after the first 20 minutes...made five 3-point field goals in the game as Florida State unfortunately fell in overtime to the top-10 rankled Deacons...(in the NIT against Wichita State and Iowa State) averaged 16.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 2.5 steals against Wichita State and Iowa State in the amazing 25-point, seven rebound, four assist, two steals performance to lead Florida State past the Shockers in the first round of the NIT...scored 18 points in the second half and two overtime periods to lead the Seminoles to the win...most amazing shot was his triple-pump, twisting 3-point shot with six seconds remaining in regulation which sent the game into the first overtime period...his shot tied the game at 71 and allowed the Seminoles to have clawed back from as much as a 14-point deficit during the second half...two points in the first overtime period and two in the second led the victory...scored seven points and pulled down five rebounds in the Seminoles' second round home game against Iowa State...

AS A JUNIOR (2003): All-ACC second-team selection as he led the ACC and tied for fifth in the nation with a 2.83 steals per game average...averaged 17.1 points (first on the team), 5.7 rebounds (first) and 2.8 steals (first) as he was one of only three conference players to lead his team in all three categories...Pickett was joined by only ACC Player of the Year Josh Howard of Wake Forest and Travis Watson of Virginia as team leaders in all three categories...the first Seminole to lead the team in scoring, rebounding and steals since Bob Sura during the 1993-94 season...Pickett and Sura are the only two players in school history to lead the Seminoles in all three categories during the same the top 15 of eight different statistical categories...led the ACC in steals and ranked second in the conference in free throw shooting percentage, second in 3-point shots made per game, sixth in scoring, sixth in defensive rebounds, 11th in 3-point field goal percentage, 12th in rebounding, 12th in field goal percentage...tied for fourth in the nation with 82 steals and tied for fourth in the nation with a 2.83 steals per game average as a junior...led the ACC in steals with 82 as a junior in 2003 - a total ranks tied for the second highest single-season total in school history...Pickett had 16 steals more than NC State's Clifford Crawford - his closest competition in the ACC race...also the Seminoles' team leader with 167 field goals made, 437 field goals attempted, 84 3-point shots made, 259 3-point shots attempted, 33.1 minutes played per game and shot a team-leading .865 from the free throw line...ranked among the team leaders in assists (2.1, third), 3-point field goal percentage (.324, fifth)...ranked second in the ACC in total shots taken (437) behind only North Carolina's Rashad McCants who took 438 shots...led the ACC in 3-point shots taken with 259, ahead of Duke's J.J. Reddick with 238...scored his career-high of 32 points on two occasions - against Davidson in the University of Arizona Tournament and against Virginia at home - both games were wins for the Seminoles...recorded at least one steal in 26 of Florida State's 29 games, multiple steals in 23 games, at least three steals in 15 games, at least four steals in 10 games, at least five steals in four games, at least six steals in two games and recorded his career-high of seven steals against Davidson (Dec. 30)...led Florida State in 30-point scoring games with two (against Davidson and Virginia), 20-point scoring games with eight, 10-rebound games with four, games as Florida State's leading scorer with 18, double-doubles with four and ranked second on the team with games as the Seminoles' leading rebounder with seven...averaged in double figures throughout the entire season with his average peaking at 18.2 points and never getting below 13.7...tied the Florida State record for an individual player in ACC games with six 3-point field goals made on the road against Virginia (Jan. 29) and at home against Virginia (March 1)...was perfect from the free throw line in 11 games during the season...made the first four free throw attempts of his career and 17 of his first 19 (.895) in his first six games...made the first 11 free throw attempts in his first five ACC games...was successful on 40 of 44 free throw attempts in ACC play...never missed more than one free throw in any single ACC game...tied the school record for perfection from the free throw line in an ACC game with an eight for eight performance against Virginia in Tallahassee...became just the fifth player to be perfect from the free throw line on eight or more free throws in an ACC game in school history...enjoyed four streaks of 10 or more consecutive made free throws during the season...season high streak of 16 consecutive free throws made from Feb. 22 through March 6...(vs. Clemson) averaged 16.7 points, 6.3 points and 1.3 steals against Clemson...helped Florida State past Clemson in the first round of the ACC Tournament with a double-double performance of 22-points, 12-rebounds and one steal as the Seminoles won in the Greensboro Coliseum (March 13)...scored 14 of his 22 points in the second half to lead Florida State from a 36-38 halftime deficit to their 72-61 victory...scored five points in Florida State's second-half opening 20-1 run as Florida State went from down eight to up 11 in a span of 6:19...became only the fourth Seminole to earn an ACC Tournament double-double...joined Rodney Dobard against NC State in 1992, Douglas Edwards against Clemson in 1993 and Randell Jackson against NC State in 1998 as the only Seminoles with double-doubles in points and rebounds in an ACC Tournament game...made 10 field goals during the game which ranks as his third highest single-game personal high...21 points came in leading Florida State to its first conference victory of the season, 60-59, over the Tigers in Tallahassee (Jan. 21)...totaled 14 second half points to rally the Seminoles from a 36-33 halftime deficit to win on a pair of last second free throws by Anthony Richardson...gave the Seminoles two leads and tied the game once with baskets in the second half...a Pickett lay-up gave Florida State a 37-36 lead (its first of the game) with 18:55 remaining in the second half...a Pickett 3-point shot tied the game at 44 with 11:48 left on the clock...a lay-up with 10:20 remaining put Florida State up 47-46 with 10:20 on the clock...held to single digit points (seven) for one of only two times during the season as the Seminoles traveled to play at Clemson (Feb. 22)...held to a season-low one field goal and scoreless from the 3-point line for one of only three-times during the season...(vs. Duke) averaged 13.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 2.0 steals against ACC Tournament champion and NCAA Tournament participant Duke...a near double-double of 15 points and nine rebounds came as Florida State upset No. 5 ranked Duke, 75-70, in Tallahassee (Feb. 2)...hit two free throws with nine seconds remaining to give Florida State a 73-70 lead on its way to history-repeating victory - the second consecutive victory against a top-five ranked Duke team at home in two consecutive years...back-to-back baskets (a 3-point shot and a jumper) within 36 seconds helped Florida State to an 11-point lead (its largest lead of the game) with just over 17 minutes remaining in the game...11 points, a career-high tying four assists, three rebounds and two steals in his first trip to play in Cameron Indoor Stadium (March 6)...(vs. Georgia Tech) averaged 10.5 points, 3.0 rebounds and 3.5 steals in two games against NIT participant Georgia Tech...scored eight points, pulled down four rebounds and had two steals in helping Florida State to a 71-64 victory over Georgia Tech in Tallahassee (Feb. 15)...four first half points helped Florida State run to a 45-30 halftime lead and four second half points helped the Seminoles hold on for a 71-64 win...two free throws with 28 seconds remaining put the Seminoles up 71-62 and put the game away for the Seminoles...13 points and his ACC career-high five steals as Florida State traveled to play at Georgia Tech (Jan. 14)...played all 40 minutes against the Yellow Jackets for the first time in his career...(vs. Maryland) averaged 13.5 points, 6.0 rebounds and 1.0 steal in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Maryland...scored 15 points and pulled down six rebounds as Florida State traveled to Maryland for his first career ACC road game (Jan. 11)...scored 10 first half points...totaled 12 points as Florida State nearly defeated the No. 12 ranked Terrapins in Tallahassee (Feb. 12)...tied the game at 41 with a deep 3-pointer with 16:53 remaining...two free throw shots with 5:52 left in the game brought the Seminoles to within five at steals against the Terps marked one of only three games without a steal for the entire season...(vs. North Carolina) averaged 11.5 points, 6.5 rebounds and 3.0 assists in two games against NIT participant North Carolina...earned his first career double-double of 15 points and 11 rebounds in his first career ACC game against the Tar Heels in Tallahassee (Dec. 22)...totaled 15 points and 11 rebounds to go along with two steals against North first half points as the Seminoles led by as many as six in the first half...pulled down his career-high of 11 defensive rebounds against the Heels...his 11 defensive rebounds is tied for the third highest defensive rebound total by a Seminole in an ACC game in school history...totaled eight points and four steals as Florida State traveled to play at North Carolina (Feb. 8)...was limited because of foul trouble as he picked-up two fouls in the first half and fouled out of the game with just over two minutes remaining...his four steals in the game during his first career trip to the Dean Dome marked one of five times he earned four or more steals in an ACC game...(vs. NC State) averaged 15.5 points, 3.0 rebounds and 1.5 steals in two games against ACC Tournament finalist and NCAA Tournament participant NC State...scored 20 points and had one steal as Florida State traveled to play in Raleigh (Feb. 18)...scored 15 second half points (on three 3-point shots made) as he attempted to help the Seminoles rally from as much as a 19 point second half deficit...was a perfect two-of-two from the free throw line...marked one of five times Pickett scored 20 or more points during the ACC regular season...he scored 20 or more points three times on the road in conference play...11 points, four rebounds and two steals as Florida State played host to NC State (Jan. 18)...made three 3-point field goals to mark one of ten times in ACC play he made three or more shots from beyond the arc...(vs. Virginia) averaged 26.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 2.0 steals in two games against NIT participant Virginia...earned his third career double-double with 32 points and 11 rebounds in almost single-handedly leading Florida State past Virginia in Tallahassee (March 1)...tied his career-high with 32 points on nine-of-18 shooting from the field (including six-of-11 from 3-point range) and was a perfect eight of eight from the free throw line...his six 3-point shots made tied his career high (also against Virginia Jan. 29) while his perfect afternoon of eight-of-eight free throws tied the school record for perfection from the free throw line and his personal career-high for free throws made while tying his career-high for free throws attempted...scored 23 of Florida State's 34 first half points including Florida State's final 18 points of the half on four 3-point shots, a lay-up, a jumper and two free throws to rally the Seminoles from as much as an eight-point deficit to as much as a three point lead...scored 12 points on four consecutive 3-point shots to give the Seminoles a 30-27 lead with 6:13 remaining...nine second half points to help the Seminoles outscore the Cavaliers, 39-22, in the second half and win the game 73-59...21 points and four rebounds against Virginia in Charlottesville (Jan. 29)...made a career-high six 3-pointers in the game to total 18 of his 21 points...all six of his 3-pointers came in the second half as the Seminoles attempted to erase a 10-point halftime deficit...after scoring only three first half points, Pickett scored 18 second half points and the Seminoles were outscored in the half by only three points...was one of five time Pickett made five or more 3-point shots in a single game during his junior season...(vs. Wake Forest) averaged 20.0 points, 4.0 rebounds and 3.7 steals per game in three games against ACC regular season champion and NCAA Tournament participant Wake Forest...third-highest point total of the season, 27, came as the Seminoles played at Wake Forest (Jan. 26)...tied his career-high with 11 field goals made in a near career-high 21 field goal attempts in the game...four of his made field goals came from 3-point range...scored his season-high of 22 second-half points as he made three 3-point shots to help Florida State pull within two on two occasions...16 points, including 11 in the second half, as Florida State pulled off the near upset of the No. 12 ranked Demon Deacons at home (Feb. 26)...six points on two 3-point shots helped the Seminoles get within one point of Wake Forest during the final five minutes of the game...also seven total rebounds and three steals in the game...a third game in double figures with 17 points against Wake Forest in the quarterfinal round of the ACC Tournament in Greensboro (March 14) first half points as the Seminoles held a one point lead, 30-29 at halftime...played well in the second half with 10 points as Florida State led the game through the first 10 minutes of the half...

AT INDIAN RIVER: Earned his Associates Degree from Indian River in 2002...averaged 21.0 points (first on the team) and 6.0 rebounds (second) in leading the Pioneers to within one game of the Junior College National Championship tournament...also averaged 4.7 assists and 2.4 steals per game as a sophomore...was outstanding in the FCCAA state tournament in leading IRCC to the championship game...ranked third on the team with 13 points and second on the team with nine rebounds despite being saddled with four fouls throughout the championship game...set the IRCC record with 133 3-point shots made during his only season at IRCC...shot nearly 37 percent from the bonusphere during this season...selected Florida State after receiving offers from Wyoming, West Virginia and Kansas State...earned National Junior College Athletic Association All-Region VIII honors and was named the 2002 Most Valuable Player at Indiana River...averaged 21.0 points and 6.1 rebounds in leading Indian River to within one game of the National Junior College National Tournament in Hutchinson, helping the Pioneers to the Florida Community College Activities Association (FCCAA) championship game, Pickett was named to the All-Tournament team...Indian River fell to St. Petersburg, 80-76, in overtime in the championship game...Pickett scored 13 points and grabbed nine rebounds in the title game after scoring 26 points in the semifinals...Pickett averaged 16 points during his first junior college season at Daytona Beach Community College...

AT DAYTONA BEACH: Attended Daytona Beach Community College during the 1999-00 season...averaged 16.0 points before transferring to Indian River Community College to finish his junior college career...earned first-team All-Mid Florida conference honors...led the Falcons in scoring, field goal shooting, 3-point field goal shooting and free throw shooting...led the team to a 21-9 record and into the championship game of the Mid-Florida Conference Tournament...Daytona Beach fell to Santa Fe Community College in the tournament championship game...Pickett, 20 points, scored nearly half of Daytona Beach's 44 points in the championship game...scored 25 points in the regular season finale to power Daytona Beach past Central Florida C.C, 64-58...his shooting skills were on display in his first month at DBCC as he sank a 3-pointer at the buzzer to defeat Gulf Coast Community College, 71-68, in mid November...scored 14 points in his first collegiate game as Daytona Beach defeated Miami-Dade, 72-54

AT DAYTONA BEACH MAINLAND: Graduated from Dayton Beach Mainland in 1999...helped lead the Bucs to the 1999 Class 5A state tournament quarterfinals...Mainland had a 10-1 record with Pickett in its starting lineup with its only loss coming in the state tournament...

PERSONAL: Born April 18, 1981...Tim is the son of Louise and Leonard Webb...full name is Tim Lenard Pickett...

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