20 SHEDRICK NELSON (23) Guard 6-3, 195, 23, 9/24/88, Senior Tacoma, WA COLLEGE: Played in 26 games as junior in 2010-11, making four starts … Averaged 8.7 points … Missed one contest with foot injury … Scored double figures in nine of first 14 games … Scored career-high 26 points vs. Alaska Fairbanks on 1/13/11, making 10of-12 field goals, 3-of-4 3-pointers and 3-of-3 free throws … Also scored 25 points vs. Academy of Art on 12/12/10 … One letter … Attended Lewis-Clark State College for one semester in 2009-10, but did not play for Warriors … Spent previous two seasons at Highline CC … First-team Northwest Athletic Association for Community Colleges all-Western Region pick as sophomore for Thunderbirds … Member of 22-9 squad that reached NWAACC playoff semifinals … Averaged 14.3 points and 6.6 rebounds, shooting 43.4 percent (66-of-152) from 3-point range … Second-team all-region as freshman, helping HCC to 18-13 record and post-season playoffs … Averaged 10.0 points and 5.0 rebounds. HIGH SCHOOL: First-team all-Narrows League Bridge Division choice and participated in WIAA Class 4A/3A all-star game as senior at Wilson High School … Averaged 23.5 points and 5.0 rebounds for Rams … Team captain … Honorable mention all-league as junior and sophomore … Started and lettered four years … Also played for Emerald City Pioneers AAU basketball team. PERSONAL: Major is political science … Has daughter, Mia, 2.
CAMERON SEVERSON (13) Guard 6-5, 185, 22, 9/4/89, Junior Petersburg, AK COLLEGE: Sat out 2010-11 season with foot injury … Played in all 32 games as sophomore in 2009-10, averaging 4.4 points … Hit 87.8 percent (36-of-41) at free-throw line … Had career highs of 19 points vs. San Francisco State on 11/1/09 and 8 rebounds vs. Alaska Anchorage on 1/14/10 … Shot 63.0 percent (17-of-27) from floor over last 12 games … Received team’s Rich Baxter Hustle Award … Averaged 5.0 points as freshman in 2008-09 … Had seven doublefigure point games with season-high 12 on two occasions … Also had season highs of 7 rebounds (twice) and 5 assists … Two letters. HIGH SCHOOL: First-team Class 3A all-State and Region V all-conference choice, both for third straight year, as senior at Petersburg High School … Scored 1,684 career points … Averaged 21.0 points, 10.0 rebounds, 4.5 assists, 2.4 blocks and 1.8 steals on 21-5 team that won third consecutive league title and placed fourth at state … The Vikings also won Region V Crossover game between 3A and 4A small and large school champions, the first time in contest’s 24year history that had been accomplished on large school’s home court … State all-tournament pick for third time … Also Region V all-academic choice and Clark Cochrane Christmas all-tournament pick … Team captain for second straight year … High-point game was 37 vs. Craig … Class 3A State Player of the Year as junior … Helped Vikings to 25-3 record and school’s first championship in 78 years … Scored 31 points in 74-73 win over Eielson in title game … Little Norway and Holland America all-tourney pick … Averaged 20.5 points, 12.7 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 2.5 steals and 2.0 blocks … Second-team all-state as sophomore on 21-7 team that finished fifth at state … Lettered four years and started three. PERSONAL: Major is marketing … His older brother, Aaron, played basketball at University of Alaska Anchorage. 21