Aaron Curtis
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Aaron Curtis

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Grand Prairie, TX

High School:
South Grand Prairie HS

Last College:
Lon Morris J.C.

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 220

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
01/15/1982

Experience:
1L


TCU Career
2003-04

• Averaged 5.0 points and 3.2 rebounds per game in his first season with the Horned Frogs.
• Played 16.8 minutes per contest, making him the most used player off the TCU bench.
• Started each of the first nine games at the small forward position before being used as a substitute in the last 20.
• Finished fifth on the squad in points per game (5.0) and fourth in steals with 21.
• Was a key cog in the Horned Frogs' victory at Marquette on Feb. 3, scoring a career-high 15 points on 5-of-7 shooting.
• Went 3-for-4 from three-point range, including a second-half dagger that came from just in front of the TCU bench.
• Struggled from beyond the three-point line for much of the season and finished the year 15-for-67 (.224).
• Was solid from the free throw line, making 76.9 percent of his shots (30-of-39), including 15-of-18 during a hot stretch.
• Secured a career-high seven rebounds and added six points at Memphis on Mar. 3.
• Posted eight points and dragged down six boards at Cincinnati on Jan. 14.
• Scored five points and added three rebounds in his TCU debut against UT-Arlington on Nov. 22.
• Tallied seven points and three steals in the Stephen F. Austin game on Dec. 8.
• Had three steals on three separate occasions, most recently against Charlotte on Feb. 25.
• Set a career high with three blocked shots against Arkansas State on Dec. 22.

Previous College Career
• Averaged 16.8 points and 5.7 rebounds last year for Lon Morris Junior College.
• Was a second-team all-conference honoree, and helped lead his team to the National Junior College Tournament.
• Was a Street & Smith's preseason second-team junior-college All-America selection.
• Was on the 2002 Region XIV Men's Basketball Tournament Championship team that advanced to the NJCAA National Tournament Elite Eight.
• Was an all-region selection his freshman and sophomore years.

High School Career
• Was a standout performer at South Grand Prairie High School where he starred with current TCU teammate Marcus Shropshire.
• Named to the all-area team his sophomore, junior and senior years.
• Averaged 19 points per contest as a senior.


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