2006-07 [Junior Season]
Hackett notched career-highs in several categories during his junior campaign en route to earning honorable mention All-Mountain West Conference laurels... concluded the season ranked first on the team in three-point field goals made (66), three-point field goal attempts (185), three-point field goal percentage (.357) and free throw percentage (.792)... listed second in minutes played (882), field goal attempts (286), steals (29), points (337) and scoring average (11.2)... finished third on the Horned Frogs in field goals made (105), free throws made (61) and free throw attempts (77)... notched 18 games of double-digit scoring performances, including four games of 20 or more points... collected a career-high 24 points to go along with three rebounds and two assists against New Mexico (Mar. 6) in the first round of the Mountain West Conference Tournament... scored 22 points against Utah (Feb. 3)... posted a pair of 20-point scoring performances in back-to-back games against New Mexico (Jan. 3) and Utah (Jan. 6) en route to earning Co-Offensive Player of the Week honors in the Mountain West Conference... averaged 12.7 points per game in Mountain West Conference action during his junior campaign... scored 18 points to go along with two assists against Colorado State (Feb. 13)... notched 15 points in back-to-back non-conference games against The University of Texas-San Antonio (Dec. 6) and Tulane (Dec. 9)... scored 10 or more points in four of the final games to close out his junior campaign for the Horned Frogs.
2005-06 [Sophomore Season]
The TCU sophomore concluded his second season with the Horned Frogs ranked second on the team in assists (78), field goals made (109), field goal attempts (301), three-point field goals made (57), three-point field goal attempts (170) and minutes played (926)... ranked third on the team in points (322), scoring average (10.4), free throws made (47), free throw attempts (74) and steals (35)... appeared in all 31 games for the Horned Frogs while earning a spot in the starting lineup on 27 occasions... scored in double figures in 18 games on the season, including a string of six consecutive contests in non-conference action... posted a season-high 21 points on 7-of-13 shooting, including 5-of-7 shooting from behind the three-point arc, to go along with three assists and two steals against Grambling State (Dec. 28)... notched 18 points on 7-of-12 shooting, including a quartet of three-pointers, to go along with three rebounds and three steals against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (Dec. 22)... recorded his first double-digit scoring performance of the season against Jackson State (Nov. 22) where he finished with 16 points and dished out a career-high seven assists... collected 17 points on 6-of-9 shooting, including 4-of-4 from behind the three-point line, against Texas-Arlington (Dec. 10)... led the Horned Frogs in scoring on three occasions and dished out a team-high in assists in 13 games as a sophomore... saw court time in 30 or more minutes in 21 games during the season and appeared in at least 10 minutes of every games.
2004-05 [Freshman Season]
Hackett saw significant action during his rookie season with the Horned Frogs as the TCU newcomer appeared in 31 games earned a trip to the starting lineup against Houston (Jan. 19)... finished his first season with the team averaging 2.9 points, 1.1 rebounds, 1.1 assists and 0.7 steals per game... scored a season-high seven points on four occasions, including performances against second-ranked Kansas (Dec. 9) and 17th-ranked Louisville (Mar. 9)... connected on a key three-pointer as well as pair of free throws in a 76-65 victory over Alabama-Birmingham (Feb. 12)... collected a season-high six assists in his second collegiate game against Shawnee State (Nov. 21).
A product of Fort Worth Southwest High School, Hackett became the first Metroplex-recruit to commit under TCU head men's basketball coach Neil Dougherty... ranked as the number-11 prospect in the State of Texas by the Texas Prep Report... listed as the 13th-best prospect by Mike Kundstadt of the Texas Basketball Review and 14th-top prospect in the 2004 class according to Texas Roundball... earned first team all-region honors in Class 4A by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) as well as second team all-state accolades following his senior campaign... made a name for himself as one of the most prolific scorers in the Metroplex-area as he averaged 25.9 points, 8.6 assists and 3.7 steals per game in his final campaign... ranked third among all players in the Metroplex area in scoring average at the end of his senior season... connected on 39.6 percent of all his three-point field goal attempts en route to connecting on 103 three-point field goals... recorded a career-high 73 points to go along with 13 assists in a 132-124 overtime loss to eventual District 7-5A co-champions Dallas Jesuit during his senior campaign... collected 52 points in the following game against Richland Hills, which allowed him to average 62.5 points per game in two days... averaged 26.5 points, 8.5 assists and 4.3 steals per game for the Raiders during his junior campaign... scored 45 points in a regular season-contest against Class 4A state champions Fort Worth Dunbar during his junior campaign... concluded his junior campaign ranked third in the State of Texas among all Class 4A players in scoring... selected as a second team all-area selection by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram... earned four letters for Fort Worth Southwest High School Under head coach Scott Gray... was a product of the same high school that produced former NBA center Oliver Miller... competed for Team USA in the 2004 Global Games... competed for both the Fort Worth Lions and Team Texas during his summer AAU playing career.
From the Charity Stripe
Hackett is the son of Willie Hackett and Sandra Reese... born on July 31, 1986... majoring in education.