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2008-2009 Men's Basketball Roster

Montarrio Haddock

Class: JR
Position: G/F
Height: 6-5
Weight: 235 pounds
Previous School: South Central [Brunswick CC]
Hometown: Greenville, N.C.

JUNIOR (2008-09)
Middle Tennessee's top newcomer ... Scored in all 31 games played, including double figures in 15 and has been leading rebounder nine times ... Came off the bench to score career and season-high 26 points in SBC tournament game vs. North Texas, hit 8-15 shots from the field, 9-12 from the line, and added four rebounds and four assists ... Registered second career double-double by tying career-high for points with 19 and adding 12 rebounds at Troy ... Earned first career start at Vanderbilt ... Was team's leading rebounder (5.2 per game) and fourth in scoring (9.9 per game) ... Was 16th in Sun Belt in overall rebounding, and 10th in offensive rebounding ... Earned start vs. Arkansas State and responded with first career double-double, scoring 17 points and career-high 12 rebounds ... Had career-high of 29 minutes played in back-to-back games at UALR and Arkansas State ... Scored 15 points and had career-high three assists at Louisiana ... Led team with career-high eight rebounds vs. Troy and at North Texas, eight rebounds at Belmont, six at Denver and tied for team lead with seven at South Alabama ... Dished career-high five assists at Denver ... Earned second career start vs. SIU-Edwardsville and responded with career highs for points (19), rebounds (9), field goals made (8) and minutes (24) ... Started next game at Troy and scored 10 points for second straight double figures game ... Played 14 minutes vs. Tennessee and collected four points and four rebounds ... Scored first points as a Blue Raider in season opener vs. Trevecca ... Collected season-high two steals and two blocks vs. UT Martin ... Contributed season-high two steals vs. Belmont ... Established new career high for steals with three at Missouri State.

Established himself as one of the top players in the history of Brunswick Community College during a spectacular two-year career ... Named first-team All-Region 10 after leading Brunswick to the Region 10 regular-season championship in 2007-08, when he led the team in scoring with 14.3 points per game ... Also led the team in scoring in 2006-07, when he averaged 16.7 points per contest ... Among all-time leaders in several single-season and career categories ... His 888 career points (2006-08) are fourth on the all-time scoring list and his 15.3 career scoring average is fifth all-time at Brunswick ... Connected on 87 career 3-pointers, which is second on the career 3-point field goals made list ... His 479 points as a freshman in 2006-07 are fourth-highest for a single season, and he's also at 18th on the single-season scoring list with 14.1 in 2007-08 ... Haddock's 23 points in the second half against Rockingham were the fifth-most scored by a player in one half at Brunswick, and his five 3-point field goals against CC Baltimore-Dundalk (2007) are tied for fourth-most 3-pointers in a game ... Haddock's 52 3-pointers during the 2007-08 season are the seventh-most treys scored in a season ... He also is seventh on the single-season list for free-throws made (84), and his 79 percent free-throw percentage in 2006-07 is fifth on the single-season list.

Holds numerous school records at South Central High School, including all-time leading scorer (1,311 points), single-game scoring record (35 points), single-game rebounds (22) and career blocks (511) ... Helped lead South Central to the school's first conference championship ... Voted South Central's Most Outstanding Player all four years and was named Player of the Year in the Coastal Conference in 2005-06 ... Averaged a double-double with 18.5 points and 10.5 rebounds, earning All-Coastal Conference honors as a sophomore ... Averaged 21 points, 11 rebounds as a junior and senior ... All-State and All-Region in 2004-2006 ... Played for coach T.J. Long.

Born: Jan. 26, 1988 ... Major: Health and Human Performance ... Parents: Tony Carmon and Lesia Haddock ... Nickname: The Beast.

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