Napier's Career Stats:
    Career Highlights:
    His 1,881 points ranks fifth all-time He has appeared in 139 games, second in school history, starting 94 of them He is tied for third for the most assists (628) and the second most steals (241) The steals per game mark is at 1.73 now. Now Tied for third all-time. He has made 489 free throws, the third-highest total for a Husky Career averages: 13.5 points, 4.0 rebounds, 1.7 steals and 4.5 assists Is the only Husky to ever amass 1,500 points and 500 assists Only UConn player ever to record two triple-doubles Leads UConn in points (17.8), rebounds (5.9) and assists (4.9) as a senior. No player has ever led his team in all three categories throughout a whole season 2013 All-Big East First Team 2013 U.S. Basketball Writers Association District I Player of the Year,
    All-District I Team
    2013 National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) District 5 First Team 2011 Big East All-Rookie Team selection Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll
    • Named a finalist for the John Wooden Award, Oscar Robertson Trophy, Naismith Trophy, Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year and the Senior CLASS Award

    • Scored a career-high 34 points against Memphis (2/15/14)

    • Has averaged 24.5 points in the 2014 NCAA Tournament • Leads UConn in points (17.8), rebounds (5.9), assists (4.9) and steals (1.8)

    • Averaging 19.3 points a game in conference play

    • Shooting 191-449 (42.5 percent) from the field this season and 73-188 (38.8) from the three-point line in 1253 minutes of action. Also has 13 blocks and is shooting 86.2 percent from the free-throw line (187-217).

    • Earned American Athletic Conference Player of the Week honors five times and has been named to the Honor Roll eight times this year.

    • American Athletic Conference Player of the Year and a unanimous All-Conference First Team selection

    • USBWA (United States Basketball Writers Association) District I Player of the Year and a First Team All-American by the USBWA
    "He's an All-American player. I know I might be biased, but he's the best guard in America, to me, hands down. He just keeps focusing in on the things we need to do to win. He knows when it's time to take over the game."
    - Kevin Ollie, UConn Head Coach
    "Guarding Shabazz Napier is probably the most difficult thing of any player you have to defend because he makes every free throw and he makes smart plays."
    - Rick Pitino, Louisvile Head Coach
    "Shabazz has been absolutely Mr. Clutch this season. He has been simply sensational and certainly, certainly All-American quality all year."
    - Dick Vitale, ESPN
    "He's playing as well as anybody in the country. I can't imagine anybody on any team that has such a positive effect on his team as Napier has on Connecticut. When you have the best player in the country you have a chance to do great things, and they have a kid I think is as good as anybody in the country."
    - Larry Brown, SMU And Hall of Fame Head Coach
    "He's having one of the best years in the history of UConn. This year he has really matured greatly as a person, a basketball player and a leader."
    - Jim Calhoun, Hall of Fame
    Former UConn Head Coach
    "He's showing the basketball world that he is capable of running any team. His character is taking over and it's nothing but positive."
    - Khalid El-Amin, UConn Guard on
    1999 National Championship Team