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.
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