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Phil Pressey
Phil Pressey

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Dallas, Texas

High School:
Dallas Episcopal

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 175

Position:
Guard

Experience:
HS


04/15/2013

Mizzou Basketball Announces Postseason Awards

Bowers named 2013 Most Valuable Player

04/10/2013

Mizzou's Pressey To Enter NBA Draft

Dallas native finishes career with school record 580 assists, 196 steals

03/21/2013

Colorado State ends Mizzou's Season, 84-72

Tigers finish 23-11.

03/20/2013

NCAA Tournament Quotes

Mizzou meets the media

03/18/2013

Mizzou Heads to NCAA Tournament to Face Rams

Tigers prepare for matchup with Colorado State

03/02/2013

Pressey Post LSU

Phil Pressey after his 15 point, 8 assist performance vs the LSU Tigers on Saturday.

02/21/2013

Pressey Dish of the Week #6

Pressey hits Bell in stride from his knees against Florida

02/20/2013

Pressey Post Florida

Phil Pressey talks about his 7 point, 10 assist game against Florida.

01/05/2013

Pressey Post Bucknell

Phil Pressey after his career high 26-point game vs. Bucknell

03/09/2012

Tigers Top OSU at Big 12's

Big 12 OSU Highlights

04/05/2013

Phil Pressey

Phil Pressey Photo Gallery

03/15/2013

Missouri Men's Basketball vs Ole Miss - SEC Tournament Quarterfinals - March 15, 2013

Missouri vs Ole Miss - SEC Tournament Quarterfinals

03/14/2013

Missouri Men's Basketball vs Texas A&M - SEC Tournament - March 14, 2013

SEC Tournament - Missouri vs Texas A&M

03/13/2013

Missouri Men's Basketball - SEC Tournament Day 1 - March 13, 2013

SEC Tournament - Day 1

03/05/2013

Missouri Men's Basketball vs Arkansas - March 5, 2013

Missouri vs Arkansas

HONORS AND AWARDS:
2013 First Team All-SEC (Coaches)
2013 Second Team All-SEC (Media)
2013 Bob Cousy Award Finalist
2012 Bob Cousy Award Finalist
2012 Big 12 All-Tournament Team
2012 All-Big 12 First Team (CBSSports.com)
2012 All-Big 12 Second Team (AP)
2012 All-Big 12 Third Team (Coaches)

AT MIZZOU:
2012-13: Named First Team All-Southeastern Conference after leading the league and ranking No. 13 nationally in assists per game as a junior (7.0) ... Was named to the John R. Wooden Award Midseason Top 25 list and was a finalist for the Bob Cousy National Point Guard of the Year honor ... Opened the year named the SEC Preseason Player of the Year ... Finished his career as Missouri's all-time leader in assists (580) and tied for the career lead in steals (196) with Anthony Peeler ... Finished the season averaging career highs of 11.9 points and 7.0 assists per game ... Also owned a 2-to-1 assist turnover ratio as the lone returning player on the Tiger roster from the 2011-12 season ... Had a career high six 20-point games as a junior and finished with a school record four point-assist double-doubles ... Had six career point-assist double-doubles, also a school record ... Had the top assist game in college basketball, dishing 19 dimes at UCLA on Dec. 28 ... The 19 assists tied the Southeastern Conference record and were the most in Pauley Pavilion history ... They were also the most by a high major college basketball player since Mateen Cleaves dished 20 assists in 2000 and it was the first 19-point, 19-assist game of any kind in basketball since John Stockton with the Utah Jazz in the 1990-91 season ... Finished the year with a school record 240 total assists, including 13 assists in Missouri's SEC debut vs. Alabama ... Had 11 points and 13 dimes in that win over the Crimson Tide and 12 points and 11 assists in the win over Illinois in the Bud Light Braggin' Rights Game ... Was outstanding in an overtime loss at Kentucky scoring a career high 27 points and dishing 10 assists ... Led Missouri to a key neutral-court win over Virginia Commonwealth, hitting a go-ahead trey in the final minutes, before icing the game with an up-and-under bucket as the shot clock expired.

2011-12: One of the country's most exciting players and a candidate for All-America honors and the 2013 Bob Cousy Award given annually to college basketball's top point guard ... Led the Big 12 Conference in assists per game (6.4), steals per game (2.1) and assist/turnover ratio (2.6) ... Averaged a career high 10.3 points and added 3.3 rebounds and shot 43 percent from the floor, 37 percent from three-point range and 78 percent from the foul line ... Shattered the Mizzou single-season assists record with 223 dimes in 35 games ... Broke the previous assist mark of 179 assists set by Lee Coward (1989-90) ... Enters his junior season and needs just 158 more dimes to own the school's career record for assists, which currently stands at 497 established by former great Anthony Peeler ... Already among the Top 10 in school history for career assists (340) and among the Top 15 in career steals (135) ... His assist average of 4.9 per game (340 steals in 69 games) is the highest in school history ... Became the first player in Mizzou history with seven double-figure assist games in one season, including four contests with 12 dimes ... His 12 assists in the Big 12 Tournament win against Oklahoma State (March 8) were the most ever for a Tiger in the league tournament ... Led the Big 12 Conference and ranked No. 15 nationally last season with 74 steals ... Tied the Mizzou sophomore record with 74 thefts, equaling Lynn Hardy's sophomore mark of 74 set in 1985-86 ... Finished just two steals behind Hardy's overall single-season mark of 76 set 1986-87 ... Had six games with four or more steals, including six steals in the road win at Baylor (Jan. 21) ... Is an unselfish point guard that also has the ability to produce points as well and topped double figures in scoring 19 times, including a career high 23 points in the Big 12 Tournament semifinal win over Texas (March 9) ... Also had an 18-points, 10-assist game in the home victory against the Longhorns (Jan. 14) as well ... Added 20 points in the NCAA Tournament vs. Norfolk State (March 16).

2010-11:
Made 12 starts in his rookie season and averaged 6.5 points, 2.3 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 2.0 steals per game ... Ranked seventh in the Big 12 and tops amongst all Big 12 freshmen with his 3.9 assists and 117 total dimes ... Ranked second in the Big 12 with his 2.0 steals per game and 61 total thefts ... Broke the Mizzou Freshman record with his 2.0 steals and 3.9 dimes per game ... His 117 assists also set the school mark ... Was a capable offensive player and finished with six double-figure scoring games, including a career high 17 points at Kansas on Feb. 7 on ESPN Big Monday ... Hit 4-of-5 treys vs. the Jayhawks to go with six assists ... Scored 16 at Texas A&M, hitting all-four of his three-pointers in 27 minutes ... Missed four games midseason with a broken finger in his right shooting hand and played the rest of the year with a soft cast on that shooting hand/wrist ... Managed to hit 30 treys and shoot 36 percent from three-point distance ... The 30 treys were ninth among freshmen in school history ... His 35-of-46 (.761) free throw percent shooting also ranked on the Top 10 list for MU freshmen.

High School:
One of the nation's elite high school point guards and ranked as a consensus Top 50 recruit nationally ... Attended numerous national camps including the LeBron James Skills Academy, the NBA Top 100 Camp, along with the Steve Nash and Deron Williams point guard camps ... Finished his high school tenure in Dallas at Dallas Episcopal for head coach Corey Henderson, but began his high school career at Cushing Academy (Mass.) ... Named First Team all-area by the Dallas Morning News in 2010 after averaging 20.2 points, 7.3 rebounds and an incredible 7.0 assists ... Ranked the #16 recruit nationally by2K Sports ... Scored 32 points, grabbed eight boards and dished nine assists in the Southwest Private School Division I championship game ... All-conference, all-regional and all-state selection as a high school senior in Texas.

Personal:
Son of Liz and Paul Pressey ... Full name is Phil Michael Pressey ... Would like to pursue a career in broadcasting or finance after his hoops career ... Older brother Matt is a recent graduate (two-year letter winner at Mizzou) and sister, Angie, played collegiate volleyball at California ... His father Paul was the original point forward in the NBA and is now an assistant on Byron Scott's staff in Cleveland ... Selected Missouri over Arizona, UConn and UCLA ... Lists his father as the most influential person in his life ... Chris Paul is the best player he has ever faced ... Father was an assistant for the New Orleans Hornets during that time and he twice participated in the CP3 Point Guard Camp ... Favorite musical artist is Jay-Z ... Mike Epps is his favorite actor.

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