2005-06 (JUNIOR): Played in 26 games with eight starts ... Finished second on the team in scoring (9.1) and 3-pointers made (31) ... Scored in double-figures 10 times with seven games of 15 or more points .. Turned in nine games with 3 or more assists ... Averaged 9.2 points in SEC action, and 16.8 points over a five-game stretch in conference play ... Drilled 7 3-pointers at Tennessee -- the most ever by a Rebel against an SEC opponent and one shy of Keith Carter's school record from 1998; Finished with 29 points to equal the most by an Ole Miss player since 2003-04 ... Turned in his first 20-point game as a Rebel against Arkansas State with 20 points, 4 3-pointers and 5 assists ... Hit 3-of-5 treys and all 4 free throws in posting 17 points against Centenary ... Led Ole Miss against Florida with 16 points and a career-high 4 steals ... Tallied 16 points and 5 assists in 38 minutes of play at UIC ... 15 points and 4 assists vs. LSU (1/28) ... Totaled 15 points and 3 assists against Western Carolina ... Dropped in a team-high 13 points against Memphis ... Scored 12 points at Georgia ... Followed up with a team-best 12 points at Arkansas (1/25) ... Added 9 points, 4 assists and 2 steals at Auburn (2/8).
JUNIOR COLLEGE: Ranked the No. 3 junior college player in the nation by Midwest Scouting Services and the No. 1 juco shooting guard by Midwest and HoopScoop Online ... Tabbed the No. 2 juco shooting guard by The Sporting News ... Averaged 22.4 points per game as a sophomore and was named the Panhandle's Player of the Year ... First Team All-Florida pick as a freshman, averaging 18 pts, 4.5 assists, and 4.5 steals while knocking down 83 three-pointers ... Shot 40.0 percent from the three-point arc during his two years with the Raiders.
HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time Ledger Inquirer Player of the Year ... Made the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star game as a senior ... Averaged over 30 points per game at mid-season of senior year before suffering a foot injury that hampered his mobility.
PERSONAL: Full name is Clarence Sanders III ... Born December 17, 1984 ... Son of Clarence and Vickey Sanders ... Majoring in Criminal Justice.
Welcome to Pittsburgh...and welcome to #SteelersNation, @Quez_G! #SteelersDraft pic.twitter.com/oY8wZc10Kk-- Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) May 2, 2015 Congrats Senquez Golson! Drafted 56th overall in the 2015 #NFLDRAFT by the Pittsburgh Steelers. #HottyToddy #FinsUp pic.twitter.com/EPGayDNOu7-- Ole Miss Football (@OleMissFB) May 2, 2015 Ole... read more
Six men with ties to Ole Miss were part of the inaugural class of 25 athletes and coaches inducted into the Scott County Hall of Fame this past Saturday at Roosevelt State Park in Morton. It is believed that this... read more
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