Big 12 Men's Basketball Championships - Missouri vs. Texas - March 9, 2012
Honors & Awards
2010 Third Team All-Big 12 (Big 12 Coaches)
2010 Third Team All-Big 12 (Big 12 Media)
2010 USBWA All-District USA Today All-Improved Team
2010 Big 12 Player of the Week on Dec. 28
2009 CNNSI Player of the Day Nominee vs. Marquette on March 22, 2009
AT MIZZOU: 2010-11:
Saw action in all 34 games during his junior season, making 30 starts ... Averaged 10.0 points, 3.1 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.2 steals per game in his third year at Mizzou ... Scored his 1,000th career point in the win at Iowa State and ranks 38th on Missouri's all-time scoring list with 1,036 career points ... Set a career-high with 10 dimes Dec. 18 in the Tigers' win over Central Arkansas ... That resulted in a double-double after he chipped in 14 points as well ... Second on the team with 52 treys and ranked in the Top 10 all-time at Mizzou for three-point makes ... Dished a career-high 67 assists ... Made 41-of-53 free throws (.774) during conference play to place 10th in the Big 12 ... Averaged 25.8 minutes a contest, a new personal benchmark.
Played in all 34 games, making 29 starts ... Named All-Big 12 Third Team ... Is one of just three underclassmen in Missouri history to be named to the top three squads during the Big 12 era ... Named All-District by the United States Basketball Writers Association ... Named to Dick Vitale's All-Improved Team in USA Today ... Recorded 10 20-point games, the fifth most by a Missouri sophomore in school history ... Named Big 12 Player of the Week after 20-point games against Illinois (24) and Austin Peay (23) ... Led the club in scoring (14.0) and tied for the team-lead in three-point field goals (68) ... Ranked #16 in the Big 12 in scoring, #13 in steals, #10 in three-point percentage (.370) and #10 in three-point makes per game (2.0) ... His 68 treys are #13 on Missouri's single-season list ... Scored a career high 26 points in the win against Chattanooga ... Had 20-point efforts in Big 12 games at Texas Tech (20), vs. Oklahoma State (20), at Colorado (21) and scored 18 en route to ESPN Player of the Game honors vs. nationally-ranked Texas ... Scored 20 points in the NCAA win vs. Clemson to earn Co-CBS Player of the Game honors with teammate Keith Ramsey ... Enjoyed his first career double-double at Texas Tech, scoring 20 points, while grabbing 10 boards in the overtime win ... Also had 12 games with multiple steals, including four vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff.
Played in all 38 games, making 13 starts during Big 12 action ... Finished the year #2 all-time among Missouri freshmen with 41 three-point makes, behind only Kareem Rush who hit 46 ... Averaged 6.5 points on 37-percent three-point shooting ... Contributed 42 assists and 19 steals and his 72.4 percent success rate at the foul line ranked among team-leaders ... Reached double figures eight times on the year, including a career high 17 points vs. #23 Marquette in the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... Hit 3-of-6 treys vs. the Golden Eagles and was a perfect 2-of-2 at the foul line ... Named a nominee for NCAA Tournament Player of the Day on CNNSI for his effort, which included hitting those two free throws with just 5.5 seconds remaining and the game tied 79-79 ... Scored 15 first-half points vs. the Eagles in a span of five minutes ... Went 6-of-8 from the floor during that time ... Also turned in a 13-point night against Cornell in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament and chipped in six free throws against Memphis in the Sweet 16 ... Scored 16 points in wins over California and Iowa State ... Scored 14 consecutive tallies in the win over the Golden Bears and then hit 4-of-5 treys in Ames to help the Tigers top the Cyclones ... Finished the year hitting 15 consecutive free throws, including 12-of-12 in NCAA Tourney play.
Played one season at Notre Dame Prep in Fitchburg, Mass., earning team MVP honors after averaging 17.3 points, 6.2 rebounds and 3.9 assists per game ... Led Notre Dame to the semifinals of the 2008 National Prep School Invitational ... Ranked No. 112 nationally among players in the class of 2008 by Rivals.com ... Ranked the No. 6 player in New England in 2008 and was a Second Team All-New England pick by hoopscooponline.com ... Was named the MVP of the Pete Pavia Invitational in Rochester, N.Y. and the MVP of the Big Apple Basketball Invitational in Manhattan, N.Y. ... Was selected to the All-Tournament team of the MCI Invitational in Pittsfield, Maine.
Played for Randallstown High School and led the club with 18.2 points and 7.4 rebounds as a senior ... Was named the team's captain ... Earned first team All-Metro honors from the Baltimore Examiner and second team All-Metro accolades from the Baltimore Sun ... Was named the team MVP after leading Randallstown to its third consecutive Class 2A State Championship ... Was named a first team All-County pick by the Baltimore Sun and a first team all-league selection as well.
Full Name is Kim English, Jr. ... Born in Baltimore, Md., to Brenda Fowlkes and Kim English, Sr. ... High School Coach was Kim Rivers and prep school coach was Ryan Hurd ... Majoring in general studies and when he concludes his playing career, he would like to become the president of English Concrete Contractors ... Chose Missouri because of the opportunity to build a national power and the 24-hour access to the Mizzou Arena practice gym ... Favorite player is Larry Bird ... Nicknamed "Sniper" because of his shooting prowess ... Favorite movie is The Shawshank Redemption ... Favorite actor is Morgan Freeman ... Lists John Legend and Tessa Hill as his favorite musical artists ... Has three siblings, sisters Jessica and Bria and brother, Khalil ... Received scholarship offers from Tennessee, Cincinnati, Florida State, Miami, Seton Hall and St. Johns.