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Tweety Carter
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Reserve, La.

High School:
Reserve Christian School

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 185

Position:
G

Birthdate:
10/25/1986

Experience:
3L

03/18/2010

Baylor Men's Basketball vs. SHSU - 03/18/2010

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03/14/2010

Baylor Men's Basketball NCAA Selection - 03/14/2010

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02/16/2010

No. 22 Baylor Defeats Texas Tech, 88-70

The Bears improve to 20-5; 7-4 in the Big 12.

04/02/2009

Baylor Men's Basketball - NIT Championship Final - 04/02/2009

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03/14/2009

Baylor Men's BIG 12 Championship, 03/14/2009

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CAREER STATS
Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3A Pct FT FTA Pct OR DR TR Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
2006-07 31 13 789 25.5 92 247 .372 57 166 .343 28 36 .778 12 44 56 1.8 59 0 83 38 2 37 269 8.7
2007-08 32 8 827 25.8 103 242 .426 55 136 .404 45 61 .738 15 44 59 1.8 71 2 89 50 0 31 306 9.6
2008-09 36 36 1196 33.2 129 300 .430 83 206 .403 42 64 .656 15 75 90 2.5 91 1 114 50 0 43 383 10.6
2009-10 32 32 1161 36.3 161 369 .436 79 205 .385 78 99 .788 11 77 88 2.8 59 0 188 80 0 42 479 15.0
Career 131 89 3973 30.3 485 1158 .419 274 713 .384 193 260 .742 53 240 293 2.2 280 3 474 218 2 153 1437 11.0

INTANGIBLES
First-ever McDonald's All-American at Baylor • Highest-scoring high school player in U.S. history -- 7,457 points (six varsity seasons) • Owns national high school 3-point single-season mark -- 287 • Given name Demond (DEE-mond), nicknamed "Tweety" because of crying sound as baby.

2009-10 [SENIOR]
All-American, fourth team (Sporting News)
NCAA All-Tournament Team, South Regional
All-Big 12, second team (AP, Austin American-Statesman, Big 12 media, Columbia [Mo.] Tribune, Dallas Morning News, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Kansas City Star, San Antonio Express-News, Sporting News, The Oklahoman, Waco Tribune-Herald, Yahoo! Sports)
All-Big 12, third team (coaches)
Big 12 All-Improved (Big 12 media)
Enjoyed best college season as a senior • Started 32 straight games after missing the first four games of the season (team rules violation) • Averaged 15.0 points and Big 12-leading 5.9 assists per contest • Became 24th player in school history to reach 1,000 career points • Concludes career as Baylor's all-time leader in Big 12 wins (29), games played (131) and minutes played (3,973) • Ranks second all-time in 3FG made (274), third in assists (474), third in steals (153), third in 3FG attempts (713), seventh in 3FG percentage (.384), eighth all-time in points (1,447), eight in FG attempts (1,158), ninth in assists per game (3.62) and 10th in games started (89) • Tabbed fourth-team All-American by Sporting News, becoming first Baylor Sporting News All-American since Micheal Williams in 1988 • Named third-team All-Big 12 by league's coaches and second-team All-Big 12 by several media outlets • Scored 27 points in three consecutive wins - Xavier (Nov. 29), at Arizona State (Dec. 3) and vs. Jackson State (Dec. 15) • Tallied career-first double-double with 12 points and 10 assists in Dec. 20 win over UT Arlington • Added second-career double-double with 18 points and 10 assists in Big 12 rout of Oklahoma (Jan. 9) • Strung together three straight 20-point games for a second time - 23 vs. UMass (Jan. 23), 23 vs. Kansas State (Jan. 26) and 27 at Texas (Jan. 30) • Third double-double came Feb. 16 vs. Texas Tech (12 points, 11 assists) • Scored 25 points in road loss at Oklahoma State (Feb. 20) • Had 16 points and 10 assists in Senior Day win March 6 vs. Texas • Followed with 20 points in Big 12 Championship quarterfinal win March 11 vs. Texas • Scored 12 points and had eight assists in NCAA Tournament second-round win March 20 over Old Dominion • Named to NCAA South Regional All-Tournament Team after averaging 13.0 points and 3.5 assists in Houston • Had 14 points and three assists in Sweet 16 win over Saint Mary's (March 26) and 12 points with four assists in Elite Eight loss to Duke (March 28).

2008-09 [JUNIOR]
Started 36 games at guard after missing first three games of the season • Averaged 10.6 points and 3.2 assists in 33.2 minutes per game • Dished out six assists in upset win over Arizona State (Nov. 28) • Scored 12 points in 35 minutes at Washington State (Dec. 6) • Scored 17 points with five assists and four steals in win over Prairie View A&M • Chipped in team-high 16 points at Texas A&M • Played a season-high 38 minutes vs. UT Arlington (Dec. 20) and at Iowa State (Feb. 24) • Recorded eight assists in 18-point win at Kansas State (Jan. 21) • Scored season-high 30 points at Oklahoma State (Feb. 21), including a career-best-tying seven treys • Scored 10 points along with career-high nine assists in NIT win vs. Georgetown (March 18) • Added 12 points and six assists in NIT second round win at Virginia Tech (March 21) • Scored 13 points with five assists in win at Auburn (March 24) • Averaged 11.0 points, 5.0 assists and 33.6 minutes in five NIT games.

2007-08 [SOPHOMORE]
• Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll (Spring 2008)

Played in all 32 games, starting final eight games at guard • Averaged 9.6 points and 2.8 assists in 25.8 minutes per game • In final eight games as a starter, averaged 12.4 points per game, while connecting on 19-of-41 3-point field goals (46.3 percent) • Dished out 24 assists to only 13 turnovers over final eight games • Finished 4th in Big 12 games with 2.00 assist-to-turnover ratio and 8th in 3-point field goals made with 1.88 per game • Shot an impressive 40.4 percent from 3-point range - the fourth-best 3-point shooting percentage in school history • Went 32-for-40 from the free throw line (80 percent) in Big 12 play • Dished out a career-high seven assists vs. Mississippi Valley State (Dec. 3) • Poured in 17 points vs. MVSU and followed with 15 in a win over Wayland Baptist (Dec. 15) • Scored season-high 22 points on 7-of-11 shooting from the floor, including a season-best 5-of-8 from 3-point range in a win over Prairie View A&M (Dec. 31) • Netted a career-high six free throws twice - first against Oklahoma State (Jan. 15) and then again vs. Missouri (March 1) • Went 5-of-6 from the charity stripe at Nebraska (Jan. 19) • Played a career-high 42 minutes in Baylor's epic 116-110 five-overtime victory at Texas A&M (Jan. 23) • Pulled down a season-best six boards at Texas (Feb. 2) • Posted four straight double-digit scoring contests, including 18 at Oklahoma State (Feb. 13), 11 vs. Texas (Feb. 16), 17 at Oklahoma (Feb. 19) and 12 vs. Kansas State (Feb. 23) • Saw a career-high-tying 42 minutes again in Big 12 play vs. Colorado in the opening round of the Big 12 Championship • Scored 16 points on 6-of-13 shooting from the floor • Scored eight points on 3-of-12 shooting in 29 minutes vs. Purdue in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

2006-07 [TRUE FRESHMAN]
• Big 12 Rookie of Week (Dec. 18, 2006)
Played in all 31 games during true freshman campaign in 2006-07, starting the final 13 games at point guard • Averaged 8.7 points and 2.7 assists in 25.5 minutes per game • Finished second among Big 12 freshmen with 57 3-pointers and third with 2.7 assists • Led Baylor with 37 steals ­ Had top assist-to-turnover ratio on team: 2.18 (83-38) • Made 3-pointer in 27 of 31 games, hit two or more in 14 games ­ 64 percent of total points came from 3-pointers (171/269) • Scored seven points and had three assists in 19 minutes in collegiate debut, win over Angelo State (Nov. 11) • Made season-high five steals in win over Texas Southern (Nov. 20) • Had breakout game at Syracuse (Dec. 16), draining 7-of-12 3-pointers en route to 31 points in loss § Named Big 12 Rookie of Week based on performance vs. Syracuse • Beginning with SU game, shot 48.8 percent (20-41) from 3-point range over six-game span in midseason • Entered starting lineup Jan. 24, 2007 vs. Kansas, scored seven points in loss to Jayhawks in first-ever start • Started season's final 13 games • Totaled season-high five assists three times: vs. Grambling State (Nov. 29), vs. Delaware State (Dec. 30) and vs. Texas (March 9) • Recorded 3.6-to-1 (18-5) assist-to-turnover ratio over season's final five games • Selected No. 8 "Impact Newcomer" in Big 12 by Sporting News preseason publication.

HIGH SCHOOL
Consensus high school All-American and top-scoring prep basketball player in U.S. history • ­ Six-year varsity letterwinner at Reserve [La.] Christian School • ­ Named McDonald's All-American, Parade All-American (third team), Jordan All-American, EA Sports All-American and MaxPreps All-American following senior season in 2006 • ­ Scored 7,457 career points in six seasons (most ever by American high schooler), technically ranks second in National Federation of State High School Association's all-time record book with 5,748 points scored in final four seasons (seventh and eighth grade varsity figures are not counted) • ­ National recruit rankings include: No. 35 HoopScoop.com, No. 37 Bob Gibbons All-Star Report, No. 47 Bill Hodges/CSTV, No. 63 Scout.com, No. 82 Hoopmasters.com and No. 91 Rivals.com • ­ Rated the 10th-best point guard by Hoopmasters.com and No. 11 point guard by PrepSpotlight.com • ­ Led Reserve Christian to cumulative 248-69 record and four state titles in six seasons • ­ Five-time Outstanding Player of the Year in Louisiana • ­ Five-time all-state selection • ­ Four-time state tournament MVP • RCS retired his jersey while still in school • ­ Earned every top honor in state of Louisiana as senior: named 2006 "Mr. Basketball" by the LSWA, 2006 Gatorade Louisiana Player of the Year and 2006 Class C Outstanding Player of the Year • ­ Led RCS to a 48-8 record and 2005-06 Class C state championship as senior • ­ Averaged 30.8 points, seven assists and five rebounds as senior • ­ Set national high school record for single-season 3-pointers with 287 • ­ Scored career-high 74 points in 114-71 win over East St. John's (Dec. 5, 2005), made 13 3-pointers • ­ Attended 2005 Nike Camp following junior season • ­ As junior in 2004-05 led Reserve Christian to Class B state championship and 37-13 record • ­ Averaged 31.1 points, eight assists and five rebounds and earned state MOP and tournament MVP honors as junior • ­ Named 2005 National Christian School Athletic Association Player of the Year ­ Played at USA Basketball's 2004 Youth Development Festival in Colorado Springs prior to junior season • ­ As sophomore in 2003-04 led Reserve Christian to 37-13 record, but team was ineligible for postseason tournament • ­ Averaged 23.6 points, six assists and four rebounds, named state's MOP as sophomore • ­ Played in Nike Hoop Jamboree and Nike All-American Camp prior to sophomore season § Led RCS to 46-9 record and state Class B title and was named tournament MVP and state MOP as freshman in 2002-03 • ­ Averaged 24.7 points and five assists as frosh ­ Scored 39 points to lead RCS to 72-67 OT win in state championship game • ­ Honored as 2003 national high school freshman of the year (for all sports and men's basketball) by SuperPrep.com • Invited to 2002 Nike All-America Camp in Indianapolis following eighth grade, one of first two middle-schoolers to attend • As eighth grader in 2001-02 led RCS varsity squad to 43-10 record and first-ever state championship • Averaged 23 points and five assists and named state MOP and tournament MVP • Became starter on varsity squad as seventh grader in 2000-01, helped team to 35-17 record and state quarterfinals • Averaged 15.7 points on varsity squad as seventh grader.

PERSONAL
Full name is Demond Carvez Carter (first name pronounced DEE-mond) • Goes by nickname of Tweety (given by grandmother due to sound of his crying as a baby) • Born Oct. 25, 1986, in New Orleans • Son of Herbert Carter Sr. and Gladys Lumar • Father of Kiylah Amari Carter • Father Herbert played professional baseball in the Minnesota Twins organization • Major is general studies in health human performance and recreation.

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