| Brent Reese-Hackett
A heavily-recruited player from Fort Worth who elected to play for the hometown team, Brent Hackett figures to take the reins at the point guard spot in 2005-06 ... Was hampered by nagging shoulder injuries last year, but had surgery following the season to correct a chronic problem with his left shoulder ... The first Fort Worth product to sign with TCU out of high school since Juan Bragg in 1994.
Averaged 2.9 points, 1.1 rebounds and 1.1 assists per game as a true freshman.
Saw action in 31 games and averaged 12.4 minutes of playing time per contest.
Tied for third on the team in 3-pointers made (14).
Upped his shooting percentages from the field, 3-point range and the free throw line in league play.
Missed four straight December games due to a right shoulder injury.
Played well against top-25 teams, as he had a career-high seven points at No. 2 Kansas and at No. 17 Louisville.
Earned his first career start on Jan. 19 against Houston for an ill Corey Santee.
Buried a key 3-pointer and made both free throws in TCU's victory over UAB on Feb. 12.
Dished out a career-best six assists against Shawnee State.
Was 2-for-2 from 3-point range for six points in the Frogs' narrow road loss to NCAA Tournament-bound Charlotte.
Had a half-dozen points, one assist, one rebound and no turnovers in TCU's upset victory at Memphis.
Buried a pair of treys and had seven total points in the Frogs' crucial overtime victory over Marquette in the Conference USA Tournament.
Gained postseason experience by playing a total of 30 minutes in the National Invitation Tournament, but did not score.
High School Career
Was a prolific scorer at Fort Worth's Southwest High School and became the first Metroplex recruit to sign at TCU under Neil Dougherty.
Rated as the No. 11 prospect in Texas by the Texas Prep Report.
Judged as the state's 13th-best prospect by Mike Kundstadt of the Texas Basketball Review.
Ranked 14th in the state in the 2004 class according to Texas Roundball.
Named first team all-region in Class 4A by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) and was a second team all-state choice as a senior.
Earned first team all-area mention from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Averaged 25.9 points, 8.6 assists and 3.7 steals per game, and ranked third among area players in scoring as a senior.
Shot 39.6 percent from 3-point range on the year, making 103 treys.
Poured in 73 points and added 13 assists in a 132-124 overtime loss to eventual District 7-5A co-champion Dallas Jesuit on Nov. 24.
Followed that performance up with a 52-point outburst the next night against Richland, giving him a 62.5 scoring average over two days.
Averaged 26.5 points, 8.5 assists and 4.3 steals per game for the Raiders as a junior.
Had a 45-point effort in a regular-season game against eventual Class 4A state champion Fort Worth Dunbar in 2003.
Finished as the state's third-leading scorer in Class 4A as a junior and was named second team all-area by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Was a four-year letterwinner at Southwest for head coach Scott Gray.
Competed for Team USA in the 2004 Global Games.
Played summer league basketball for both the Fort Worth Lions and Team Texas.
Had a cousin, Nick Hall, who played guard for Grambling State.
Is a graduate of Southwest High School, which also boasts Minnesota Timberwolves center Oliver Miller as an alumnus.
Selected TCU over interest from Oklahoma State, Oklahoma and Arkansas.