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Elston Turner
Elston Turner

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Missouri City, Texas

High School:
Elkins

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 205

Position:
G

Experience:
1V

TURNER PHOTO GALLERY

2009-10 (Sophomore) - Announced that he elected to transfer from Washington on April 17...nine career games with double-figure scoring, including seven this season...led the team in three-point field goal percentage at 38.0% and was second on the squad with 41 makes and 108 attempts...just 17 turnovers this season, second-lowest among regulars...of 106 career field goals, 66 are 3-pointers (62%)...out of 269 career field goal attempts, 176 are three-pointers (65%)...averaged 22.6 minutes and 7 points in three starts... hit a three-pointer in 37 of 66 career games...played a then career-high 28 minutes and equaled a career-high 11 points vs. Montana, only to surpass that the next game at Texas Tech with multiple offensive career highs (see list above) while making his first career start...came off the bench to play 27 minutes and score 8 points at ASU, including two three-point buckets after hitting 2 combined over the previous 7 games...scored 12 points (11 in the first half) on 3-of-6 from beyond the 3-pt arc at Arizona...reached 20 points for the first time in his career against Seattle U on Jan. 26...9 points, including career-high 3-of-5 from the free throw line...had 9 big points including a couple of second half three pointers that helped the Huskies beat Oregon...scored 10 points in Pac-10 Tournament opener vs. OSU on 4x6 shooting......averaged 9.3 points and shot 54.5% (6x11) from 3-pt range and 50% (9x18) from the field in two NCAA Tournament games...sparked UW with 14 points - 11 in the second half - including 4-of-5 three-pointers against Marquette.

2008-09 (Freshman) - Played 20 minutes against WWU, grabbed six rebounds and handed-out three assists ... scored six points in 21 minutes in opener at Portland ... hit first career three pointer against FIU ... made three treys and scored 11 points against #24 Kansas ... registered two steals against Florida ... grabbed four rebounds against Pacific ... played 23 minutes against Texas Southern ... grabbed career-high five rebounds against Portland State ... handed-out three assists with two steals and seven points against Montana ... suffered a high ankle sprain against Morgan State and missed the Washington State, Stanford, Cal and Oregon State contests ... returned to play 13 minutes at Oregon State ... scored 11 points at Arizona, going 4-for-8 from the field and 3-of-6 from the three-point line.

HIGH SCHOOL - A 2008 graduate of Ft. Bend Elkins High School in Missouri City, Texas ... rated as the nation's #14 shooting guard by ESPN ... listed as number 23 shooting guard and a top-100 overall prospect nationally by Scout.com ... first-team all-state selection by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches ... led Elkins HS to a 31-4 record and #9 state ranking by the TABC in his only season at the Houston-area school ... Knights won district title and advanced to state quarterfinals ... first-team all-district 23-5A ... second-team all-Greater Houston area by the Houston Chronicle ... participated in the Rbk U All-American Camp in 2007 and was named to the camp all-star game ... called one of the camp's top players by hoopscooponline.com ... scored 21 points in the Houston Area Basketball Coaches Association All-Star game ... attended Roseville (Calif.) High School near Sacramento for three seasons prior to moving to Houston ... started at point guard all three seasons, including his freshman year ... averaged 22.4 points and 7.5 rebounds per game as a junior and was a second-team all-Metro League selection ... father, Elston Turner, Sr., spent eight years as a guard in the NBA and played in the CBA and in Europe ... father is currently an assistant coach with the Houston Rockets.

Elston Turner Career Statistics

Minutes Total 3-Point F-Throws Rebounds
Year gp-gs min avg fg fga pct fg fga pct ft fta pct off def tot avg pf fo ast t/o blk stl pts avg
2008-09 30-0 403 13.4 37 97 .381 25 68 .368 9 12 .750 13 49 62 2.1 21 0 34 21 3 15 108 3.6
2009-10 36-3 549 15.3 69 172 .401 41 108 .380 18 33 .545 13 55 68 1.9 35 0 27 17 6 20 197 5.5
TOTAL 66-3 952 14.4 106 269 .394 66 176 .375 27 45 .600 26 104 130 2.0 56 0 61 38 9 35 305 4.6
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