22 Erroll Knight
Erroll  Knight

RS Senior

Seattle, WA

High School:
Chief Sealth

Last College:
University of Washington

Height / Weight:
6-7 / 211




Sports Management

High School: Attended Seattle's Chief Sealth High...averaged 19.6 points, 7.0 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.3 steals as a senior...rated the No. 2 prep shooting guard in the West by Pac-West Hoops...voted the 2001 Mr. Basketball in the state of Washington by the coaches association...one of 100 finalists nationally for the 2001 McDonald's All American Game...earned first-team All-Metro League honors in 2000 and 2001...listed as the No. 16 shooting guard prospect in the nation by Rivals100Hoops.com, No. 59 overall...ranked No. 71 nationally in The Sporting News Top 100 Recruits...ranked No. 85 among high school seniors by Basketball News...listed No. 86 nationally in the Hoop Scoop ratings produced by Clark Francis...ranked among the top 100 recruits in the nation by several services, including Game Plan Sports Scouting Service (68th), Prep Star Recruiters Handbook (86th) and FutureStars magazine (94th)...a high school honorable mention prep All-America selection by Street & Smith's magazine...averaged 16 points, 8.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists as a junior.

FRESHMAN (2201-02): Attended the University of Washington, starting 19 of 29 appearances...averaged 7.1 ppg, 2.6 rpg while averaging 20.5 minutes/game...scored in double-digits nine times, including 23 points at Alaska-Fairbanks in season opener and 19 at home against Arizona State, a game in which he also grabbed a season-high 9 rebounds...had 2 points and 4 rebounds in 67-47 home loss to Gonzaga.

SOPHOMORE (2002-03): Transferred to Gonzaga University and will sit out the season under NCAA transfer rules.

SOPHOMORE (2003-04): Came off the bench for the first third of the season, missing game against Denver with a sprained ankle...scored in double digits four times, including a season-high 18 points against George Washington in the championship game of the BB&T Classic played at the MCI Center in Washington, DC...started 15 straight games beginning with Montana after Tony Skinner suffered a broken right hand Dec. 31 against Eastern Washington, Knight keeping the starting job upon Skinner's return until Senior Night against Santa Clara in the regular-season finale.

JUNIOR (2004-05): Missed the first five games of the regular season after spraining his thumb the day prior to the season opener...came back against Massachusetts in The Battle in Seattle in KeyArena, playing 17 minutes...played just eight minutes in next outing at Washington State, going 2-for-6 from the field in his first two games back...started to get back into form against Saint Louis, going 4-for-7 for 12 points and had three assists...had four straight double-digit games against Oklahoma State (11), Missouri (10), at Santa Clara (11) and at Saint Mary's (14), going 16-for-29 from the field for 55.2 percent...had his first career double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds at Pepperdine, the 11 rebounds a career high...the top defender for the Bulldogs, is the point man on the press and for his efforts was named the WCC Defender of the Year, averaging 0.6 steals/game and causing numerous other turnovers...scored 6 points in WCC Tournament semifinal against San Diego, hitting 3-of-6 shots from the field...averaged 25.0 minutes/game in the two WCC Tournament games, his main contributions again on defense...averaged 10.5 ppg in two NCAA Tournament games, going 10-for-15 from field...grabbed 9 rebounds in NCAA Tournament...equaled season high with 14 points against Texas Tech in second round, going 7-for-8 from field...also grabbed 9 rebounds against Red Raiders.

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