Baylor Men's Basketball vs. Grambling State - 11/29/2006
Second-year walk-on guard... Scholarship wide receiver on Baylor's football team... Quick, energetic player; provides depth to backcourt... Waco native. 2005-2006 (True Freshman): Played in 10 games off bench as reserve guard as true freshman in 2005-06... Totaled 21 points in 23 minutes played (1.8 points per game), hit 6-of-13 field goals on the season... Registered two fouls and two turnovers in one minute played in collegiate debut vs. Oklahoma State (1-14-06)... Posted career-highs of eight points, four rebounds and 11 minutes at Oklahoma (2-11-06). BAYLOR FOOTBALL: Played 10 games and earned one start as true freshman wide receiver for Baylor's 2005 football team... Totaled nine receptions and one touchdown on the season. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year basketball letterman at Waco High School under head coach Newton Grimes... Dual-sport star signed football scholarship with Baylor... Averaged 16.1 points, 6.3 assists, 6.3 steals and shot 43 percent on 3-pointers as a senior in 2005... Honored as the Super Centex Basketball Player of the Year after leading Waco to a 27-8 record and the Region II semifinals... Named to 2005 TABC 5A All-Region II team... Also named 2005 13-5A Defensive Player of the Year... Selected MVP of Academy Sports-Bagg Insurance Tournament in Fort Worth after leading Waco to runner-up finish... Averaged 16.1 points, 4.3 assists and 5.1 steals as a junior in 2004... Led Lions to first playoff appearance in five seasons and was named to Super Centex first team as a junior... Voted District 13-5A Newcomer of the Year following sophomore season in 2003... Three-year starter in football under head coach Johnny Tusa at Waco... Rushed for 1,296 yards and 16 touchdowns at quarterback and had five interceptions as defensive back as a senior in 2004... Named 2004 District 13-5A offensive MVP in football. PERSONAL: Full name is Carl L. Sims... Born Nov. 9, 1985, in Waco, Texas... Son of Larry and Cynthia Sims... Majoring in speech communications.