Brent Reese-Hackett

Brent Reese-Hackett

Player Profile

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Fort Worth, Texas

High School:
Southwest H.S.

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 203

Position:
Guard

Birthdate:
07/31/1985

Experience:
SO-2L

About 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.

TCU Career
2004-05 Season

• 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.


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