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6-5 / 203
A four-star recruit ... Generally regarded as a combo guard ... Possesses excellent size for a backcourt player ... Boasts a great feel for and understanding of the game ... Known for his versatility on both offense and defense ... Expected to be a lockdown defender in time ... Makes good decisions on the court.
Played in 21 of the team's 35 games and made four starts (all consecutive beginning on Feb. 13 against Iowa State) ... Played double-figure minutes five times on the year ... Averaged 0.5 points and 0.6 rebounds in 5.9 minutes per contest ... Played a career-high 22 minutes in the season's second game against Denver and pulled down a career-high three rebounds ... Scored a career-high four points and grabbed two boards Feb. 13 against Iowa State ... Was 4-for-10 from the field on the season and 2-for-6 from the free throw line.
Ranked as the nation's No. 100 recruit of the 2007 class by Rivals.com (ranked No. 84 at the time of his signing) and the country's 15th-best point guard ... An honorable mention All-State honoree as a senior ... Was a first-team all-county selection by the Gwinnett County Tip-Off Club ... Named to the Atlanta Tip-Off Club's Team of the Year ... Won Georgia Class AAAAA state titles his junior and senior seasons ... Averaged 10.7 points, 5.1 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 1.7 steals a game as a senior for a Norcross team that went 29-3 and beat Roswell Centennial 59-58 in state championship game ... Shot .527 from the field on the year ... Logged season highs of 18 points and nine boards ... Helped team to a No. 12 final national standing in USA Today's Super 25 rankings ... Started every game as a junior when he averaged 9.5 points, 5.3 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 1.8 steals for a 28-4 squad ... Coached by Eddie Martin.
Full name is Horace Antonio Neysmith ... Born in Kissimmee, Fla. ... Parents are Sylvia and Horace Neysmith ... High school teammate of Kentucky's Jodie Meeks, Fordham's Brenton Butler, Georgia Tech's Gani Lawal and Florida State's Jordan DeMercy ... Chose Oklahoma over Boston College, Florida, Florida State, Mississippi, Virginia and Virginia Tech ... Plans to major in business management.