Four-year varsity letterwinner at Bishop Gorman High School (Las Vegas, Nev.) under head coach Grant Rice ... led all high school seniors in scoring with a 29.4 ppg average ... also recorded 10.1 rpg and 2.4 apt as a senior (2011-12), leading Bishop Gorman to a 28-4 record and the 2012 Nevada 4A State Championship ... scored a game-high 36 points in the Nevada 4A State title game as a senior ... named the 2012 Naismith Boy's High School Player of the Year ... selected by the McDonald's All-America committee as the 2012 Morgan Wootten Player of the Year ... named Most Valuable Player of the 2012 McDonald's All-American Game (March 28, 2012), leading the West team to a 106-102 victory over the East team ... scored a game-high 21 points in 22 minutes in that contest ... won the Powerade Jam Fest dunk contest and played for the West in the 2012 Jordan Brand Classic (April 14, 2012) in Charlotte, N.C. ... selected to the 2012 Parade Magazine All-America Team, along with UCLA classmates Kyle Anderson and Tony Parker ... named the 2011 and 2012 Gatorade State Player of the Year in Nevada ... honored as the 2012 Las Vegas Review-Journal's Class 4A Boys Basketball Player of the Year ... helped Bishop Gorman capture three Nevada 4A state titles (2009, 2010, 2012) while becoming the program's all-time leading scorer ... as a senior, scored 40-plus points four times and 30 or more points 10 times ... as a junior (2011-12), averaged 25.1 ppg and 7.7 rpg to lead Bishop Gorman to a state semifinal appearance ... was ranked the No. 1 player in the nation by Rivals.com and No. 2 by ESPN.com and Scout.com ... was ranked the No. 1 small forward in the country by ESPN.com and Scout.com, while Rivals.com ranked him as the No. 1 shooting guard.
Scored a record-setting 35 points for USA Basketball in the 2012 Nike Hoop Summit, where the USA Junior National Select Team lost to the World Select Team, 84-75, on April 7, 2012, in Portland, Ore. (Rose Garden) ... also tied the U.S. record for field goals made (12) and established a new high for field goals attempted (19) ... trailing by as many as 18 points in the first half, the USA fought back to take a 75-74 lead with 3:20 remaining in the game before the International squad closed on a 10-0 scoring run to capture its fourth win in the 15-game history of the event.
Full name: Shabazz Naige Muhammad ... born in Los Angeles, Calif., on Nov. 13, 1993 ... parents are Ronald and Faye Muhammad ... has one older sister, Asia, and one younger brother, Rashad ... father, Ronald, played college basketball for the University of Southern California from 1981-85 ... sister, Asia, is a professional tennis player ... undeclared major.