CAREER: Finished Rebel career as the school record holder in 3-point field goals made (334) and attempted (900) and consecutive games with a 3-pointer (46) ... Ranks 3rd in career points (2,021), 10th in scoring average (17.6), 6th in field goals made (634), 3rd in field goals attempted (1,563), 2nd in free throws made (419), 8th in free throws attempted (487), 2nd in free-throw percentage (86.0), 3rd in assists (452), 5th in assists average (3.9) and 6th in minutes played (3,812) ... Ranks 5th in SEC history in 3-pointers made ... Became the fourth player in league history to reach 2,000 points and 400 assists (joining LSU's Pete Maravich, Tennessee's Allan Houston and Georgia's Litterial Green) ... Started all but one game in which he played, which was Senior Day his freshman year.
2010-11 (SENIOR): All-SEC first team selection by the league coaches and AP ... USBWA All-District IV ... NABC All-District 21 second team ... Finalist for Cellular South Howell Trophy ... Candidate for Bob Cousy and Lowe's Senior CLASS Awards ... Finished runner-up in the 23rd annual State Farm College 3-Point Championship at the NCAA Final Four ... Scored 14 points as the lone SEC representative at the Reese's College All-Star game at the NCAA Final Four ... Participated at the 2011 Portsmouth Invitational ... Led the NCAA and set the Ole Miss and SEC records with a 92.8 free-throw shooting percentage ... Also led the SEC with 168 free throws made, which is fifth-most in school history ... Ranked second in the SEC and 38th in nation with 19.1 points per game, the highest average by a Rebel since 1991-92 ... Ranked sixth in the SEC in assists (3.8/gm), fourth in 3-pointers (2.8/gm), fourth in assist-turnover ratio (1.8) and third in minutes played (34.9/gm) ... Set the school record for 3-point attempts in a season (279) ... In league games only, finished second in scoring (19.3), first in FT percentage (92.8), second in 3-pointers made (3.0), fifth in assist-turnover ratio (1.8) and ninth in assists (3.4) ... Started all 34 games ... Scored in double figures all but one game and had 20+ points in 17 games ... Led the Rebels in scoring 25 times and in assists 24 times ... Made national headlines with his 22 points and game-winning 3-pointer in the upset of #10 Kentucky (2/1) ... His 25-footer with 2.9 seconds left sealed the 71-69 win and earned the No. 1 Top Play on ESPN's SportsCenter ... Scored a career-high 33 points and tied the school record with 8 3-pointers at South Carolina ... Went 8-for-15 from downtown and 7-for-7 from the FT line against the Gamecocks ... Scored 18 of his game-high 25 points (9-11 FTs) in the 2nd half of the win over Alabama (2/26), adding 5 assists ... Had 24 points and a season-high 9 assists (one off career high) in the Senior Day win over Arkansas (3/5) ... Game-high 20 points and 4 assists in SEC Tournament win over SC ... Game-high 20 points vs. #15 Kentucky in SEC Tournament ... Led team with 23 points at California in NIT first round ... Had 16 of his game-high 25 points in the second half vs. MSU (1/13), draining 7 3-pointers ... Game-high 26 points (9-9 FTs) in the home win over LSU (2/9) ... Scored all 20 of his points (6-11 FGs, 4-8 3-pt FGs, 4-4 FTs) in a second-half comeback attempt at Florida ... Scored 20 of his game-high 26 points in the second half vs. Arkansas State ... 18 of his 23 points in second half at Miami ... Also scored 20+ points vs. Penn State, Southern Miss, ETSU, Alcorn State and Southeastern Louisiana ... Went a perfect 12-for-12 from the charity stripe against Texas State and 10-for-10 at Arkansas (2/5) ... Preseason Naismith Award candidate ... Preseason All-SEC first team (Coaches, Media).
2009-10 (JUNIOR): All-SEC second-team pick by the league coaches, AP and Sporting News ... First Ole Miss player chosen to USBWA All-District IV squad since 2001 ... Finalist for the Bob Cousy Award, which goes to the nation's top point guard ... Finalist for the Cellular South Howell Trophy ... Broke his own school record with 111 3-pointers on the season, which are ninth-most in a season in SEC history ... Led all SEC players and ranked fourth in the nation with 111 3s ... 14th in the nation with 3.2 3s per game ... Finished third among SEC players in scoring (17.2 ppg), 3s/game (3.2) and 3-pt pct. (40.4), fifth in FT pct. (81.7), seventh in assists/game (3.5), ninth in assist-turnover ratio (1.6) and 10th in minutes/game (32.9) ... Third in the SEC with 12 games of 20+ points ... In league play, led all players in 3-pt pct. (43.8), ranked second in 3s/game (3.3), third in FT pct. (85.7), fourth in scoring (17.6), seventh in assist-turnover ratio (1.5) and eighth in FG pct. (45.2) ... Reached double-figure points in 32 of 35 games with a pair of 30-point efforts ... Led the team in scoring 19 times and in assists 16 times ... Turned in 22 points in 47 minutes in the double-OT NIT quarterfinal win over Texas Tech ... Named SEC Player of the Week for his efforts vs. Arkansas (3/6) and LSU (3/4) ... Finished with 31 points in the comeback win at Arkansas with a career-high 11 field goals and go-ahead 3 with 53 seconds left ... Game-high 22 points with 5 3s and 5 assists against LSU ... Scored 23 of his team-high 26 points in the second half of the comeback win over Auburn (2/24), adding a career-high 6 rebounds ... Made 18 of his game-high 21 points in the second half of the comeback win over Alabama (2/6) ... Dropped in 19 points with 5 3s at No. 9 Tennessee ... Reached 1,000 career points when he scored 14 against UCF ... Posted career-high 32 points (5-10 3s, 13-15 FTs) - with 11 points in OT - in the win over UTEP and named to ESPN.com Starting Lineup of the Week ... Led all scorers in San Juan with 22.3 ppg and was named to the Puerto Rico Tip-Off All-Tournament team and ESPN.com Starting Lineup of the Week ... Had back-to-back 20-point games against Kansas State (27) and No. 5 Villanova (24) ... Preseason All-SEC second team by coaches and media.
2008-09 (SOPHOMORE): Preseason All-SEC first team ... Started first 11 games before being sidelined for the rest of the season with a torn ACL vs. Louisville ... Averaged 19.6 points, 4.0 assists, 2.5 steals and 34.4 minutes per game, which all ranked among the SEC leaders at the time of his injury ... Made 25 3-pointers (2.3/game) and shot 85.5 percent from the FT line (59-of-69) ... Averaged 23.2 points in games away from home ... Scored in double figures all 11 games, topping 20 points five times ... Led the team in scoring on five occasions and in assists nine times ... Season-high 29 points in a win at New Orleans, besting the 28 points he scored in a win over Marshall earlier in the year ... Had 25 points, 5 assists and a career-high 5 steals in a win over Morgan State ... Named to the ESPN.com Starting Lineup of the Week following those Glenn Wilkes Classic games ... Tallied 20 points against West Virginia ... Made the spring UMAA Honor Roll.
SUMMER 2008: One of 11 of the nation's top point guards that participated in the Steve Nash Nike Skills Academy during the summer of 2008.
2007-08 (FRESHMAN): National All-Freshman honorable mention by CollegeHoops.net ... Unanimous pick to the coaches' SEC All-Freshman squad ... Rivals.com SEC All-Freshman ... Named the Midway SEC Freshman of the Year by the Birmingham News ... Drained 103 3-pointers to set the school record and become the first Ole Miss player with over 100 in a season ... Also set the school freshman records for most points (554) and highest scoring average (15.8) in a season ... Set or tied school records for most 3-pointers attempted in a season (265), most 3-pointers by a freshman in a game (7 at Auburn - 1/19) and most 3-pointers in an NIT game (5 vs. Ohio State in semifinals) ... Played in all 35 games, starting 34 ... Team-high averages in scoring (15.8), assists (4.5), FT percentage (80.2) and minutes (31.3) ... Ranked second among all freshmen in the nation in 3-pointers per game (2.94) and seventh in assists per game ... Ranked 11th in the SEC in scoring, fifth in assists, fourth in 3-pointers, fourth in 3-point percentage (38.9) and 12th in assist-turnover ratio (1.51) ... In league play, ranked ninth among all players and first among freshmen in scoring (17.1) ... Led the team in scoring 17 times ... Had 20 or more points nine times and scored in double figures all but five games ... Made 4 or more from behind the arc 12 times ... Averaged 18.9 points in league road games ... In four NIT games, averaged a team-high 18.8 points, including 22 in the quarterfinal win at Virginia Tech and 19 against Ohio State in Final Four ... Back-to-back 25-point games at Kentucky (23 in second half) and in a win over Alabama (added 8 assists and hit 9-of-9 FTs) ... Named SEC Freshman of the Week for the third time after he scored 18 of his season-high 26 points in the second half at Arkansas (2/9), including 11 straight for the Rebels down the stretch ... Finished with a game-high 22 points in the win over Mississippi State (2/20) ... Contributed 20 points and a season-high 5 rebounds in the win over No. 18 Vanderbilt ... Tied the Rebel freshman record with 7 three's and had 25 points at Auburn (1/19) ... Poured in a game-high 24 points at No. 8 Tennessee ... Earned San Juan Shootout MVP and SEC Freshman of the Week honors with back-to-back 19-point games in wins over La Salle and No. 15 Clemson, making 4 three's in each and dishing out 9 assists vs. the Explorers ... Had 10 assists in wins over defending national champion Florida and Troy ... Earned first SEC Freshman of the Week award with 23 points vs. Troy and 16 vs. New Mexico.
HIGH SCHOOL: Rated the No. 22 point guard in the class of 2007 by Scout.com and No. 25 by ESPN.com/Scouts, Inc. ... Named the No. 7 player in the state by Vince Murray of The Florida Focus ... Averaged 23.9 points, 7.0 assists, 4.5 steals and 4.0 rebounds as a senior at Dr. Phillips HS for coach Anthony Long ... Led team to Class 6A state championship game where he posted 38 points in the loss to Pompano Ely ... Finalist for Florida's Mr. Basketball ... Competed in the 2007 Senior Showcase All-Star game to help the Florida West All-Stars defeat the East ... As a junior, was the lone underclassman to earn All-State honors while averaging 21.0 points, 6.4 assists, 4.0 rebounds and 2.2 steals per game ... Two-time Metro Conference Player of the Year ... Also named All-Metro and second team All-State as a sophomore ... As a member of the track team, placed fourth in the state high jump competition.
PERSONAL: Full name is Christopher Tirrell Warren ... Born October 22, 1988 ... Son of Charles Warren and Sarah Campbell ... Liberal studies major ... Lists teaching and sports medicine among career plans.
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