Men's Basketball



    51 Earl Calloway  
    Earl Calloway

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Atlanta, Ga.

    High School:
    Westlake

    Last College:
    Georgia Perimeter

    Height / Weight:
    6-3 / 173

    Position:
    Guard

    Experience:
    1L


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    01/31/2007

    Men's Basketball Vs Wisconsin 2006-07

    Men's Basketball Vs Wisconsin 2006-07

    01/27/2007

    Men's Basketball Vs Michigan 2006-07

    Men's Basketball Vs Michigan 2006-07

    01/17/2007

    Men's Basketball Vs Iowa 2006-07

    Men's Basketball Vs Iowa 2006-07

    01/12/2007

    Men's Basketball Vs Purdue 2006-07

    Men's Basketball Vs Purdue 2006-07

    01/09/2007

    Men's Basketball Vs Michigan State 2006-07

    Men's Basketball Vs Michigan State 2006-07

    JUNIOR YEAR (2005-06)

    Played in 29 contests, starting on 14 occasions during the season • averaged 5.7 points, 2.3 rebounds and 2.5 assists per contest during the season • started in each of IU's last 12 contests, averaging 8.7 points, 3.3 rebounds and 3.1 assists during the stretch • compiled 40 assists and only 20 turnovers through last 13 games of season for an assist to turnover ratio of 2:1 • closed season with best career game, coming one rebound shy of the school's second-ever triple-double in the program's history with 13 points, a career-high 10 assists (with no turnovers) and nine rebounds in the NCAA second-round game vs. Gonzaga (3/18) • had another great performance in opening round of NCAA Tournament against San Diego State (3/16) with career-highs of 18 points on 8-of-9 shooting and six steals in 23 minutes of action • turned in an impressive floor game against Ohio State (3/11) in the Big Ten Tournament semifinal with seven points, eight rebounds and six assists, while only collecting one turnover in 35 minutes • scored a then-career-high 11 points against Purdue (3/1) • hit a career-high three three-pointers against Penn State (2/22) • key factor behind IU's comeback attempt against Connecticut (2/4) with eight points, five rebounds, three assists and two steals in the final 11 minutes of the contest • had nine points, three rebounds and four assists at Indiana State (12/6) • made his first career start at Indiana at Michigan State (1/11) and had eight points, a team-high five assists compared to only one turnover and two steals in 34 minutes of action.

    JUNIOR COLLEGE
    Tabbed an honorable mention National Junior College Association of American (NJCAA) All-American and Georgia Junior College Athletic Association (GJCAA) All-Conference performer out of Georgia Perimeter College • the only JUCO recruit of the Davis era and the first at Indiana since Lynn Washington (1999-2000) • named to the GJCAA All-Region team • led his team with 18.0 points, 4.8 assists and 5.0 steals per contest • finished the season ranked among the nation's leaders in three-point field goal percentage (fifth, .447), steals (ninth, 4.96), field goal percentage (15th, .743), scoring (43rd, 18.0) and assists (44th, 4.85) • helped lead GPC to a 23-7 record last season and a runner-up finish in both the GJCAA conference and the NJCAA Region XVII tournament • prior to joining GPC, Calloway played for one year at New Mexico State University under then-head coach Lou Henson • while with the Aggies, he appeared in 28 of the 29 games as a true freshman, starting on two occasions, and averaged 1.9 points per game.

    PREP/PERSONAL

    The Atlanta, Ga., native is a product of Atlanta Westlake High School, the same high school that produced former Indiana guard A.J. Moye • after senior year in 2002, he was named as a member of the Street & Smith's All-American team, as well as first-team all state and the South Metro Player of the Year • set single-season school record with 632 assists during his senior year • averaged 19.5 points and almost nine assists per game as a senior • led Westlake to a 31-1 record and the 2002 4A State Championship • concluded his high school career with over 1,300 points.

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