- Lee Humphrey
- 6' 2"
- Maryville, Tenn.
- 192 lbs.
Left UF as the school’s all-time leader in three-pointers made (288), including back-to-back seasons of shooting 113-of-246, each single-season school marks for most three-pointers made…The NCAA Tournament’s all-time leader in three-pointers made (47)…In two Final Fours, he knocked down 18 three-point attempts…A First Team Academic All-America in 2007 and a Second Team member in 2006…The two-time SEC Scholar Athlete of the Year for men’s basketball…Traveled to China as part of Sports Reach in 2005 with a group of SEC players, averaging 12.9 points per game, even seeing some time at the point guard spot, then participated in Sports Reach again in 2006, this time traveling to Brazil…
AS A SENIOR IN 2006-07: Played 23 minutes versus Samford, scoring four points...Collected 12 points, three assists and three rebounds versus North Florida...Had three points and three assists in the win over Jacksonville...Knocked down 5-of-7 three-point field goals against Chattanooga in his 100th career game, finishing with a team-high 15 points and three assists...Scored six points on 2-of-4 shooting from distance against Prairie View, making him 7-of-11 (63.6 percent) over his last two games...Scored 10 points on the strength of a 4-for-4 effort from the line against Western Kentucky...Hit 4-of-9 three-point field goal attempts en route to a 16-point, three-rebound night versus Kansas...Two of his three-point field goals against the Jayhawks came during overtime...Hit the 250-field goal mark for his career in the KU game...Was 2-of-2 from beyond the arc against Southern, finishing with six points...Contributed six points against Florida State...Scored 12 points on 5-of-9 shooting from the field, while also tying his career high with five assists, in the win over Providence...Posted a team-high 15 points in the win over FAMU...Scored five points and grabbed two rebounds versus Stetson...Scored 12 points and tied his career high with five assists, in the Gators’ 86-60 win over Ohio State...Tallied three points in the UAB game...Notched eight points, three rebounds and three assists versus Liberty...Hit 4-of-6 shots from beyond the arc en route to tying his season high with 16 points in UF’s win over Georgia...Nailed three 3-point field goals en route to an 11-point, three-assist night against Arkansas...Had a career day in Florida’s win over South Carolina on Jan. 13, knocking down a career-high 10 shots, including a personal-best seven three-point field goals, en route to a career-high 27 points...His effort against USC earned him the first SEC Player of the Week award of his career...Remained hot against Ole Miss, hitting 4-of-5 shots from the field, including 3-of-4 from beyond the arc, to record 13 points in Florida’s win...Hit for eight points, all in the second half, versus Mississippi State, as the Gators took a 70-67 win in Starkville...Was 4-of-4 from distance en route to 17 points in 29 minutes against Auburn...Came alive in the second half against Vanderbilt, scoring 12 of his 15 points and going 4-of-5 from beyond the arc as the Gators overcame an 11-point deficit to defeat the Commodores...Had six points and two boards in the home win over Tennessee...Knocked down all three of his shots from long distance - including a key triple that sealed the win with just over two minutes remaining - en route to scoring 11 points in the Gator’s victory over Georgia in Athens...Scored three points and handed out two assists in the road win over Kentucky...Went 2-of-6 from beyond the arc and collected two rebounds, two steals and two assists in the comeback win over Alabama...Went 3-of-8 from long distance to record nine points in 31 minutes of play against Vanderbilt...Netted eight points, doled out an assist and recorded a steal to help the Gators defeat South Carolina at home and clinch the SEC title...The win over USC was the 102nd victory of his carer, tying him with former Gator Adrian Moss for the most career wins in school history...Scored five points and added two steals in the LSU game...Nailed the 250th three-point field goal of his career and surpassed the 3,000 career minutes-played mark versus the Tigers...Chipped in with nine points in the game at Tennessee...Humphrey and fellow senior Chris Richard became the school’s all-time leaders in victories, with 103, in the home defeat of Kentucky...Humphrey finished with 11 points on 4-of-9 shooting against the Wildcats on Senior Day...Helped out with six points and a rebound in the SEC Tournament opener against Georgia...Hit 5-of-8 from beyond the arc en route to 17 points in the win over Ole Miss in Atlanta...Scored six points versus Arkansas in the SEC Tournament title game, becoming the 42nd player in school history to reach the 1,000-point mark for his career...Tallied 12 points and three assists in the win over Jackson State in NewOrleans...Chipped in with six points and two assists in the victory over Purdue in the second round of the NCAA Tournament...Scored six points in the win over Butler...Led the team with 23 points against Oregon in Midwest regional final, hitting a career high-tying seven shots from long distance...Shot 5-of-9 from the field, including 4-of-8 from beyond the arc, en route to 14 points in the UF’s victory over UCLA in the national semifinal...Hit 4-of-7 shots from downtown against Ohio State in the national championship game, capping his career with a 14-point effort.
AS A JUNIOR 2005-06: A member of the Final Four All-Tournament team, he knocked down 10 three-pointers in the two Final Four games, in each case breaking games open in the second half…He became the first UF man ever to reach 100 three-pointers in a single season, breaking former teammate Anthony Roberson's mark of 99, and ultimately finished the year with 113 treys…Led the SEC in three-point accuracy (45.9) and finished eighth in the nation in the category…Knocked down a UF NCAA Tournament-record 22 three-pointers…Helps spread the game out for the Gators with their dominating post players ability to kick it out to him, 79.6 percent of his baskets on the season were from three-point range…Had nine games of 15+ points and two games of 20+ points, including a career-high of 25 against Arkansas in the SEC Tournament…Opened the season on a tear, knocking down 9-of-16 three-point attempts in wins over St. Peter's and Albany, scoring 14 and 15 points respectively and helping the Gators to the Final Four of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic… Averaged 11.0 points and knocked down seven three-pointers as UF defeated Wake Forest and Syracuse to win the Coaches vs. Cancer title at Madison Square Garden…Scored 11 points against Florida State on 4-of-7 shooting from the field... Added a pair of steals and rebounds against the Seminoles… Made five field goals against Alabama State... Went 3-for-4 from three-point range against UCF... Played 36 minutes against Providence... Recorded a season-high five assists and contributed six points against the Friars... Tallied 13 points on 4-of-9 shooting against Bethune Cookman... Tied a career-high with five field goals against the Wildcats... Scored 11 points in 22 minutes against Jacksonville... Led the team with five three-pointers against Miami for 15 points and kept the Gators afloat early when foul trouble and cold-shooting in the first half set in… Was a perfect 4-of-4 from three-point range against FAMU... Scored 12 points against the Rattlers... Led the team with 14 points against Morgan State... Had four 3-pointers against the Bears... Scored 18 points against Georgia... Attempted five three-pointers against the Bulldogs... Made five field goals against Mississippi State to finish with 13 points... Played a career-high 38 minutes against Auburn... Scored nine points and attempted 11 shot attempts against the Tigers... Contributed with six points against Savannah State... Snapped a streak of six consecutive games with at least three three-pointers against the Tigers... Scored three points in 28 minutes of play against Tennessee... Scored a pair of 3-pointers against South Carolina for six points... Exploded for 12 points in the second half against Vanderbilt... Made six field goals and had three steals against the Commodores... Did not play against Mississippi after separating his shoulder in a bicycle accident... Returned to the lineup and played 11 minutes against Kentucky... Contributed with two assists and one steal against the Wildcats... Made 4-of-6 three pointers against South Carolina for 12 points... Scored his 130th career three-pointer against LSU... Shot 3-for-4 from three-point range against the Tigers and finished with 13 points... Scored seven points in 26 minutes against Vanderbilt... Had 11 field goal attempts and 10 three-pointer attempts against Arkansas... Finished the game with six points and three assists against the Razorbacks... Made a three-pointer with one minute left against Tennessee to tie the game at 72-72... Converted on 2-of-2 free throws for the first time this season... Returned to the starting lineup against Alabama... Made five three-point field goals on a season-high 11 attempts against the Crimson Tide... Made a pair of 3-pointers and a pair of rebounds against Georgia... Led the team with 17 points against Kentucky... Drained a trio of three-pointers in the second half against the Wildcats... Scored a career-high 25 points against Arkansas at the SEC Tournament... Had a career-high eight field goals and 14 field goal attempts...Made a pair of three-point field goals against LSU in the semifinals...Had a career-high six three-point field goals against South Alabama at the NCAA Tournament in Jacksonville... Led the team with 20 points against the Jaguars... Scored nine in the second round of the NCAA Tournament against UW-Milwaukee... Tallied six points against Georgetown and eight against Villanova in helping Gators reach Final Four... Tied a career-high with six three-pointers in the national semifinal game against George Mason… Finished the game with 19 points for a share of the team lead against the Patriots… Made four three-pointers in the national championship game for a total of 15 points against UCLA... Ranked eighth in the nation with a 45.9 shooting percentage from three-point range… Led the SEC in three-point shooting percentage… Ranked 32nd in the nation and third in the SEC with 3.0 three-point field goals per game... Earned SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors.
AS A SOPHOMORE 2004-05: Continued his role of doing everything the coaching staff asked of his during his sophomore season...Started six games in Matt Walsh’s absence in early January and stepped up his offensive game to a new level, including a career-high 15-point effort at Florida State on Jan. 2...Hit 37 three-pointers on the year to rank third behind Anthony Roberson and Matt Walsh...Made his only shot attempt, a three-pointer, against Jacksonville in the season opener ... Saw 14 minutes of playing time against the Dolphins... Netted eight points, dished out an assist and made a steal in 14 minutes of play against FAU...Saw limited action against Providence...Knocked down 2-of-6 three-point shots to finish with eight points, a steal and an assist in 20 minutes of action against FAMU... Finished with three points on 1-of-2 shooting from behind the arc ... Contributed eight points in 18 minutes of play against Stetson ... Collected two points, two steals, two rebounds and an assist in 13 minutes against Louisville ...Scored six points, pulled down two rebounds and dished out two assists versus Georgia Southern...Against Eastern Kentucky, Humphrey pulled down two rebounds, scored two points and dished out an assist...Netted six points, grabbed two rebounds and registered both an assist and steal against Sam Houston State...Started first game of the 2004-05 season against Florida State and poured in a career-high 15 points, pulling down three rebounds and dishing out three assists... Scored 10 points in addition to four rebounds and a career-high five assists in 27 minutes of play against Arkansas... Played a career-high 35 minutes and tallied eight points, three assists, and two rebounds against Auburn...Chipped in 10 points in addition to grabbing two rebounds, dishing out two assists and matching a career-high two steals in 29 minutes of action against Vanderbilt... Recorded two points and an assist in 21 minutes against Tennessee... Chipped in nine points, a career-high five rebounds, and one assist in 23 minutes against Georgia...Scored five points in just eight minutes while battling the flu against South Carolina...Netted three points and made a steal in 12 minutes of play versus Miss. State...Chipped in three points, and an assist in 20 minutes against Alabama... In 11 solid minutes off the bench against Kentucky, tallied three points, two assists and one rebound... Chipped in eight points to go along with one assist and one steal in 15 minutes against Tennessee... Knocked down three-of-four shots (two-of-three from three) on his way to eight points, a rebound and an assist in 21 minutes against Ole Miss... Dished out one assist in 10 minutes of action versus LSU... Played 10 minutes off the bench versus Vanderbilt...Netted six points and dished out an assist in 13 minutes of play against South Carolina...Grabbed a rebound in 15 minutes of action off the bench against Georgia... Connected on one-of-two three point attempts in addition to two rebounds, one assist and one steal in 15 minutes off the bench against Kentucky...Saw limited action in the SEC quaterfinal game versus Mississippi State while netting three points and dishing out one assist...Netted six points against Alabama in 10 minutes of play in the SEC semifinals...Grabbed one rebound in six minutes of play in the SEC title game versus Kentucky... Hit one three-pointer in nine minutes off the bench against Ohio in the 1st Round of the NCAA Tournament... Chipped in with four points in 16 minutes in the 2nd Round of the NCAA Tournament against Villanova...
AS A FRESHMAN 2003-04 - Shot an extraordinary 43.9 percent from 3-point range (25-of-57) on the season … Converted 34-of-72 shots from the floor (47.2 percent) … Started the Gators' march to the SEC Tournament title game by draining a 17-footer from the baseline at the buzzer in overtime to lead Florida past Alabama in the SEC Tournament quarterfinals…Started the 10 final games of the season … Dished out 29 assists and only turned the ball over 23 times in 26 games played … Played eight minutes in collegiate debut against Montana State ... Played nine minutes against Northeastern, sinking the first basket of his career, a three-pointer from the left wing ... Recorded his first steal and scored 11 points on 3-of-4 shooting against EKU, his first and only double-digit scoring performance of the season ... Dished out a career high four assists to go along with seven points on 2-of-2 shooting in the Gator’s win against Tennessee ... Recorded his first career start and played in 10 minutes of action versus Mississippi State ... Made 6-of-7 three-point attempts (85.7 percent) over a 2-game stretch against Auburn and Alabama … Grabbed four rebounds in 33 minutes of action against South Carolina, both career highs for the freshman starting in his fourth game ... Continued his hot shooting from behind the arc, hitting a crucial three late in the game vs. Arkansas ... Scored six points and had three assists in 29 minutes of action against Vanderbilt in the SEC Tournament semifinals ...
PREP - Tennessee's Class AAA Mr. Basketball for the 2002-03 season after averaging 21.3 points, 4.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists...Class AAA is the largest in the Tennessee High School system…Helped Maryville to a school record 35 wins last season (35-5) while winning District and Regional Championships...He left as the school’s all-time leader in points (2,300) and steals...Rated by Rivalshoops.com as the No. 45 overall prospect in the nation for the class of 2003…Averaged 21.3 points, 4.6 rebounds, 4.0 assist and 3.6 steals during his junior season at Maryville, where he helped his team to the District 3-4A title … Earned All-State honors in both 2002 and 2003 while receiving Honorable Mention All-State in 2001 ... He was the District and East Tennessee Player of the Year in both 2002 and 2003 while winning Blout County Player of the Year from 2001-03 ... Committed to Florida on July 22, 2002 …
PERSONAL - Chose Florida over Stanford, Marquette, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Georgia Tech ... Was in attendance for Florida's games against Tennessee in Knoxville in both 2002 and 2003 before joining the squad ... Enjoys water skiing in his spare time ... Favorite pro athlete is Peyton Manning and his favorite pro sports team is the Indianapolis Colts...Favorite actor is Adam Sandler ... Favorite program is SportsCenter ... Born on April 26, 1984.
|Lee Humphrey's Career Statistics|
|Lee Humphrey's SEC Statistics|
|Lee Humphrey's NCAA Statistics|
Season........... 27, vs. S. Carolina (1/13/07)
Career .......... 27, vs. S. Carolina (1/13/07)
Season 3, 5x, last vs. Jackson St. (3/16/07)
Career.................... 5, vs. Georgia (1/25/05)
Season............ 10, vs. S. Carolina (1/13/07)
Career........... 10, vs. S. Carolina (1/13/07)
Field Goal Attempts
Season............... 14, vs. FAMU (12/17/06)
Career . 14, 2x, last vs. FAMU (12/17/06)
Season .. 7, 2x, last vs. Oregon (3/25/07)
Career........ 7, 2x, last vs. Oregon (3/25/07)
3-Point FG Attempts
Season 13, 2x, last vs. Oregon (3/25/07)
Career 13, 2x, last vs. Oregon (3/25/07)
Season....... 4, vs. W. Kentucky (11/24/06)
Career 4, 2x, last vs. W. Kentucky (11/24/06)
Free Throw Attempts
Season....... 4, vs. W. Kentucky (11/24/06)
Career........................... 6, vs. LSU (3/11/06)
Season.. 5, 2x, last vs. Ohio St. (12/23/06)
Career... 5, 4x, last vs. Ohio St. (12/23/06)
Season............ 2, 3x, last vs. LSU (2/24/07)
Career ............ 3, vs. Vanderbilt (1/28/06)
Season................. 40 vs. Kansas (11/25/06)
Career.................. 40 vs. Kansas (11/25/06)
|Times led UF in scoring||5||10|
|Times led UF in Rebs.||0||0|
|Times led UF in Assists||3||7|
|Double figure scoring||17||41|
|Double figure reb. games||0||0|
|First off the Bench||0||6|
|Scored UF's First Pts.||6||17|
|Three Point Plays||0-1||4-6+|
|Final Three Minutes from Line||0-0||11-17|