As a Junior (2002-03): The Wolfpack’s Iron Man, he played 38 or more minutes in 11 contests last season ... Earned second-team All-ACC Tournament honors after averaging 11.6 ppg during the Pack’s three-day run to the title game, including 8-16 shooting from behind the arc ... Hit five three-pointers in a 15-point effort in the win over Georgia Tech in the quarterfinals ... Those five three’s marked an ACC Tournament record for a Wolfpack player ... Hit 70 three-pointers as a junior, the ninth-best mark in school history, his 175 attempts from long range is also the ninth-best mark ever by a Wolfpack player ... Averaged 38.3 minutes a game over the last eight games of the season, he played every minute of the Pack’s win over ninth-ranked Wake Forest in the ACC tourney semifinals ... He played every minute of regulation in two games last year ... Averaged 14.4 points in those eight games as well ... Hit 35 straight free throws dating back to his sophomore season before ending the streak versus Boston College in a 4-5 effort from the line ... That streak marked the longest since Rodney Monroe hit 43 straight in 1990-91 ... Set a career high with 24 points in the win at Clemson, knocking down 6-10 from the field, including five three-pointers ... Ranked 25th in the league in scoring with 10.5 ppg ... Connected on 87 percent of his free throw attempts last season, he went 6-6 in the win at North Carolina and was perfect from the stripe in 11 total games ... Ranked fifth in the ACC with 2.26 three-point field goals made per game and fifth in three-point field goal percentage at .400 ... Hit a career-high six three-pointers against Gonzaga ... Notched his first start in the home opener against Mt. St. Mary’s, and started in every game of the season ... Tied for the team’s top vertical jump at 34.5 inches ... Boasts the team’s highest ranking in overall strength testing, he boasts the squad’s best squat mark and power clean.
As a Sophomore (2001-2002): Showed great improvement over the course of the season, particularly on the defensive end ... Scored a then-career-high 20 points on 6-of-9 shooting in the home win over eighth-ranked Virginia ... Connected on his last 23 free throws dating back to the Temple game on January 26, that is the longest streak since Justin Gainey hit 26 straight in 1998-99 ... Hit all eight of his attempts from the charity stripe to help seal the win at Florida State ... Had his break-out game of the season at Clemson, when he reached what were then career-highs with 19 points, five assists, six field goals made, five three-pointers made, and saw 28 minutes of action ... Shot 50% (35-70) from the field, and 41.5% (17-41) from three-point range against ACC foes last season ... A co-winner of the team’s “Sixth Man” award for 2001-02.
As a Freshman (2000-2001): Saw action in 29 games as a reserve guard ... Sank two crucial free throws with only 16 seconds remaining in overtime to seal the win for NC State at Florida State ... Had his best all-around game at Clemson, when he scored 10 points, played 23 minutes and pulled down seven rebounds.
High School: A McDonald’s and Parade All-American … Selected as the AP and Gatorade/USA Today North Carolina High School Player of the Year as a senior … Averaged 25.2 points, six rebounds, five assists and four steals, while shooting 55 percent from the field and 83 percent from the free-throw line as a senior … Led West Rowan High to the State 2-A title as a freshman and the state 3-A championship game as a junior … Averaged 23 points, six rebounds and four assists as a junior, making 53 percent of his field goal attempts and hitting 81 percent from the free-throw line … Finished his sophomore season averaging 25.5 points points, five rebounds, and 4.5 assists per game … Earned first-team all-state honors as a junior and senior … Named Rowan County Player of the Year three consecutive seasons (1998, 1999, 2000) … As a freshman in 1997, led West Rowan to a 25-6 record and the state championship … Collected state championship MVP honors and regional MVP honors following the state tournament … Scored 29 points (25 in the second half) in the state championship game … Finished with 12 points, four rebounds and three assists for the East team in the McDonald’s All-America game … Scored 14 points and collected four rebounds in the adidas Roundball Classic … One of 12 players in the nation selected to represent the U.S. on the 2000 USA Basketball Men’s Junior National Select Team in the NABC/Nike International Hoop Summit, an all-star game which featured the top players in the U.S versus a team of internaitonal all-stars … Finished as the third-leading scorer at the 1999 USA Basketball Youth Development Festival in Colorado Springs, Colo., during the summer of 1999, averaging 17.8 points per game … Scored 22 points, dished out nine assists and pulled down six rebounds to lead the South team to a 124-108 win in the Gold-medal game … Tied a festival high with 14 three-pointers … Also a member of USA Basketball’s gold medal 1998 World Youth Games team, which played in Moscow … A member of the bronze-medal winning South team at the 1998 USA Basketball Men’s Youth Developmental Festival, where he set a single-game scoring record, pouring in 34 points vs. the West in 1998 … Rated No.17 nationally by Recruiter’s Handbook, No. 19 by Dave Telep’s Rivals100Hoops.com and No. 45 by analyst Bob Gibbons ... Full name is Quintarus Antwan Sherrill ... Majoring in multidisciplinary studies ... Born 7/23/81.
Scooter Sherrill Career Stats |---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot-Avg PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2000-01 29-0 391 13.5 42-112 .375 17-61 .279 20-27 .741 4-17 21-0.8 29-0 9 14 1 8 78 3.1 2001-02 32-0 427 13.3 56-128 .438 25-74 .338 46-55 .836 11-27 38-1.2 29-0 28 18 1 14 183 5.7 2002-03 31-31 1039 33.5 104-253 .411 70-175 .400 47-54 .870 15-68 83-2.7 64-2 43 38 3 34 325 10.5 TOTALS 92-31 1857 20.2 202-493 .409 112-310 .361 113-136 .831 30-112 142-1.5 122-2 80 70 5 56 586 6.4