#33 Kellen McCoy
Position: Guard
Height: 5'6"
Weight: 180
Year: Senior
Hometown: Norman, OK
High School: Norman HS
Other College: No. Oklahoma JC
Experience: 1 Letter

WEBER STATE: ...One of two seniors (Daviin Davis) on the team this season. ... Small in stature, but plays much bigger. ... Is not afraid of taking the ball deep inside and penetrating to the basket. ... Has an excellent mid to long range jumper and is a tremendous free throw shooter. ... Has excellent passing abilities, especially feeding the inside post players. ... Is physically strong and doesn’t mind the bump and grind contact. ... Comes into the 2008-09 season with a much more relaxed, calm and confident attitude and has made tremendous strides in his overall game at both ends of the floor. ... At 5-6, he averaged 2.9 rebounds per game with 74 of his 87 boards coming on the defensive end.

2007-08: ...Was the 3rd leading scorer for the Wildcats at 8.8 points per game overall but was a double figures scorer (10.4) in Big Sky Conference action. ... Played in all 30 games and was a starter at home vs. San Francisco and Portland State. ... Had a career high 21 points in WSU’s 73-76 loss @Portland State where he was just 3-9 from the field but attempted a career high 19 free throws and making a career high 15. He also had a career high six rebounds in that game as well. ... Played a career high 27 minutes at home vs. Idaho State. ... Was 11-14 from the line at home vs. Northern Arizona. ... Made 22 straight free throws from Dec. 5 through Jan. 25. ... Was 6th in the Big Sky in FREE THROW percentage at .766 (82-107).

NORTHERN OKLAHOMA JC: ...He was a two-year starter under Coach Brett Weiberg. ... Averaged 19.5 points, 5.5 rebounds and 4.8 assists for the Mavericks last season and shot over 80 percent from the free throw line.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Norman High School for Coach Wes Clark.


Full Name Kellen McCoy

Born April 16, 1987

Major Communications / Electronic Media

COACH RAHE ON McCOY: "Kellen made great strides last year from the first semester to the second semester and it looks like he’s going to continue making upward strides going into his senior year. He’s a lot more comfortable playing in our system. He worked extremely hard over the summer on his physical conditioning and on his overall game. He needs to become more consistent on the defensive end and is working hard this fall to improve in that area. He’s a great teammate and gives a great effort everyday in practice providing a good example for our new players."

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