Patrick Patterson

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Position: Forward
Height: 6-8
Weight: 230
Birthday: 3/14/89
College: Undecided
Home Town: Huntington, WV

(As of March 21, 2007)

USA Basketball Notes:

• Scored 12 points and grabbed eight rebounds as the USA Junior National Select Team topped the World Select Team 100-80 on April 7, 2007 at the FedExForum in Memphis, Tenn.
• Named on Jan. 15, 2007 to the 2007 USA Basketball Junior National Select Team that will compete against the World Select Team in the 10th annual Nike Hoop Summit in Memphis, Tenn., on April 7, 2007.

Collegiate Notes:

• Lists Duke, Florida, Kentucky, Virginia, Wake Forest and West Virginia among his college choices.

High School Honors:

• Named the 2007 Mountain State Athletic Conference Player of the Year, also was an All-MSAC first team selection.
• Runner-up for the 2007 Bill Evans West Virginia Player of the Year, second to 2007 Hoop Summit and high school teammate O.J. Mayo, Patterson collected the 2006 Evans title.
• In the class of 2007, ranked as the No. 11 overall recruit and as the No. 4 power forward by, and ranked No. 15 overall and as the No. 2 power forward by
• A 2007 McDonald's All-American, also named to the Nike Brand All-America Team and selected to play in the 2007 Jordan Classic.
• Named in 2006 the West Virginia Gatorade State Player of the Year, the 3A State Player of the Year and an all-state and All- Mountain State Athletic Conference (MSAC) first team selection.
• Named to the 3A All-State Tournament Team in 2004, 2005 and 2006.
• Invited to the 2006 Nike Skills Camp in Portland, Ore.
• MVP of the National Basketball Players Association Top 100 Camp in summer of 2006.
• A 2005 all-state and All-MSAC first team selection.
• Named all-state second team and All-MSAC first team as a
freshman in 2004.
• MVP of the St. Joe Tournament in 2004.

High School Notes:

• Played four varsity seasons for Huntington High School (W.Va.).
• Averaged 18.8 ppg., 16.0 rpg., 4.2 apg. and 6.0 bpg. as a senior in 2006-07 to help Huntington to a 25-2 record and third consecutive state title.
• Scored 14 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and blocked seven shots in the title game to help Huntington to a 103-61 state 3A championship victory over South Charleston. Huntington became the first 3A West Virginia high school to claim three consecutive state titles.
• Huntington finished as the No. 8 team in USA Today’s Super 25 2007 national rankings, appearing in all 13 of the listings throughout the 2006-07 season.
• Scored 26 points to lead Huntington to the Mountain State Athletic Conference title.
• Tallied 31 points, 18 rebounds and 9 blocked shots vs. Beckley High School on Jan. 23, 2007.
• As a junior in 2005-06, helped his squad to a state title and a 25-2 record while averging 12.8 ppg., 9.1 rpg., 1.5 apg., 1.1 spg. and 3.7 bpg. and shot 65.2 percent from the field.
• Scored 20 points and grabbed 23 rebounds against Buckley (W.Va.) in the 2006 state championship.
• Started in all 26 games played and averaged 12.5 ppg., 11.3 rpg., 1.4 apg., 1.5 spg. and 4.6 bpg. as a sophomore in 2004-05; shot 55.7 percent from the field on his way to the state title and a 24-2 record.
• Started in every game played while helping his team finish third in state with a 22-4 record as a freshman in 2003-04; averaged 12.3 ppg., 8.1 rpg., 0.8 apg., 1.1 spg. and 3.0 bpg. while shooting 59.5 percent from the field.

Personal Notes:

• Born to parents Tywanna and Buster Patterson Jr., in Washington, D.C., on March 14, 1989.
• His father is retired from the U.S. Navy.
• An honor roll student at Huntington High School, he also plays football and soccer and bowls.
• Played high school or AAU basketball with Chris Early who singed a National Letter of Intent to attend Oklahoma, fellow Hoop Summit participant O.J. Mayo, who signed with USC, Chris Wright, who verbally committed to Georgetown and Tanner Wild of Tennessee.

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