Men's Basketball

Bryan Hopkins
Bryan Hopkins


Dallas, Texas

High School:




2004-05 (Junior): Selected All-WAC Second-Team by league coaches...Named All-WAC First-Team by Dick Vitale...Two-time WAC Player of the Week (Dec. 13-19 and Dec. 20-26)...Unanimous selection to Preseason All-WAC First-Team...Ranked 31st nationally with 2.4 steals per game...Played in 25 games with 24 starts, missing three games with a wrist injury...Averaged career bests of 17.9 points (6th in WAC), 3.9 rebounds, 2.36 steals (led WAC) and 36.7 minutes (led WAC)...Second in WAC with 2.64 3FGs per game and fourth in the league in 3FG percentage (.347 - 66 of 190)...Played 48 minutes, netting 16 points, three steals, four boards, and an assist against Rice on ...Scored 26 points with 22 in the second half and overtime as SMU overcame a 14 point deficit to defeat Tulsa 81-74; also had six assists, six boards, and a steal...Scored 13 points to go with four rebounds, and four assists at UTEP ...Led all scorers with 28 points, adding three steals, two assists, and two rebounds at Boise State 2/25...Tallied 18 points, three assists, and a steal while going 5-5 at the line at Toledo ...Totaled 22 points, including 17 in the second half, to go with five boards, two steals, and two assists against Louisiana Tech...Scored 27 points, including a three pointer from 30-feet to give SMU a 59-49 lead with 3:46 to play, also had five boards, two assists, and two steals against Hawaii (17 FTA set career-high)...Set an SMU and Moody Coliseum record with nine steals, while adding 14 points, two assists, and a block against San Jose State...Had 13 points, eight assists, seven boards, and three steals at Fresno State...Scored 20 points to go with four assists and four steals at Nevada...Missed the UTEP (1/27) and Boise State (1/29) games with a wrist injury...Came off the bench after returning from a wrist injury to score 27 points and garner five steals at San Jose State...Missed the Hawaii (1/13) game with a sprained right wrist...Moved into third in SMU career three point field goals, increasing his total to 172 with four against Fresno State 1/6 (passed Quinton Ross - 170)...Totaled 16 points, five assists, and two steals against Nevada 1/8...Tallied 16 points along with five boards, three assists, and two steals against Fresno State ...Scored 32 points and had five boards, five assists, and three steals at Tulsa ...Led all scorers with 20 points along with five assists and three steals at Rice...Scored 32 points, setting an SMU & Moody Coliseum record of 8 3-pointers, along with four rebounds, four assists, two steals, and no turnovers against Ark-Pine Bluff (also became 33rd SMU player to score 1000th career point)...Led all players in four categories with 26 points, nine rebounds, five assists, and four steals while hitting 10-of-15 from the field (5-of-10 3-pointers) in the 77-43 win over Baylor ... Hit 5-of-10 3-pt shots, scoring 16 points and adding seven assists against Texas State ...Scored 12 points and had two assists at Texas Tech ...Led all players with eight assists against Oklahoma State ...Led SMU with 21 points and seven assists in season opener against UT-Tyler.

2003-04 (Sophomore): Was the lone sophomore named to the NABC's Division I All-District 9 Team... Tallied 22 in the season finale against Nevada... Scored 30 points on 10-of-13 shooting in the WAC Tourney win over Tulsa... Netted 27 in the regular-season finale against Rice... Scored a game-high 20 in the win at Tulsa... Netted a game-high 23 against UTEP... Scored a game-high 26 and added six steals at La. Tech... Recorded a double-double at Hawaii with 16 points and 10 rebounds while adding seven assists and three steals... Scored a game-high 18 in the win at San Jose State... Netted 25 and hit six three-pointers against Fresno State... Scored 23 in SMU's win over Nevada... Scored a team-high 16 points at Boise State... Recorded a game-high 17 points and added six boards and six assists against San Jose State... Tallied a game-high 22 points and added six boards, five assists and three steals against Hawaii... Scored 25 points at Nevada... Netted a team-high 16 and added six assists and two steals at Fresno State... Scored a game-high 18 points in the win over Tulsa... Netted 16 points en route to All-Tournament honors against Oklahoma State at the All-College Classic... Named to the All-Tourney team at the Boilermaker Invitational... Scored the game-winning basket on a layup with 23 seconds remaining to lead SMU to a win over No. 17 Purdue and the Boilermaker Invitational championship... Also added seven assists in the Purdue win... Scored a game- and career-high 35 points in SMU's win over Miami... His 35 points were the most by an SMU player since Jeryl Sasser poured in 39 at UTEP on Jan. 22, 2001 and tied for the 14th-best single-game player output in school history... Scored a game-high 23 and added five assists against Appalachian State... Had six assists and four steals against No. 14 Wake Forest... Named Player of the Game honors with 19 points, five boards and three steals in SMU's win over Texas Tech... Earned SPI Tournament MVP honors with 15 points, three assists and four rebounds against UTPA... A consensus preseason All-WAC selection... Named the league's "Most Entertaining" player and "Best Defender" by Lindy's.

2002-03 (Freshman): Named WAC Freshman of the Year by the conference coaches... Led the WAC in steals with 2.1 per game and ranked among the conference leaders in assists (5th, 3.86 apg), scoring (16th, 13.1 ppg) and free throw percentage (8th, 76.7 percent)... Broke a school freshman record with 61 steals and tied another mark by making 54 threes on the year... His 380 points rank as the fourth-best freshman season performance in SMU history... Had six boards and 11 points in the WAC Tournament quarterfinal versus Boise State... Netted 22 and added seven assists in the regular-season finale versus La. Tech... Scored a game-high 19 points and added five steals and four assists in SMU's win at Boise... Hit 27 consecutive free throws from Jan. 25 through Feb. 8... Had eight assists and four steals in SMU's win over Hawaii... Recorded 20 points and six assists against San Jose... Went 14-of-14 from the line and netted 26 points six boards and seven assists versus Boise State... Had 10 points, five assists and no turnovers versus UTEP... Netted 16 points and added seven boards, four steals, three assists and a block in SMU's overtime win at Tulsa... Scored 21 and added five assists in SMU's win at Rice... Had 25 points on 8-of-12 shooting at San Jose... Recorded a double-double at La. Tech with 21 points and 11 boards... Scored 19 and had six steals in the OT win over San Diego... Earned All-Tourney honors at the Jim Thorpe Classic, leading SMU in scoring with 41 points in two games... Netted 16 points versus Baylor... Made his regular-season debut with a double-double (12 points, 10 assists) and put SMU ahead for good in overtime with back-to-back buckets against TCU... Had 14 points, five assists and five boards against the EA Sports All-Stars... Had eight assists, three steals and nine points against Slovakia Select... Voted WAC Newcomer of the Year by the WAC media... Named Top Impact Freshman in the WAC by Street & Smith... Tabbed WAC Newcomer of the Year by Basketball News... Selected by as the WAC Freshman of the Year... Chosen second-team freshman All-America by HoopScoop.

High School: Arrived as perhaps the most highly-touted recruit in SMU history, ranked as high as the nation's No. 8 prospect by HoopScoop... A member of Dallas Lincoln's 40-0 State and mythical National Championship team... Selected to play in the Jordan Brand Classic and Global Games after his senior season... Ranked by Alliance Sports as the 24th-best player in the land, while ranks him as the nation's No. 5 point guard... The ranked him as the nation's 36th-best talent, while Basketball America's composite rankings placed him at No. 29 nationally... Scored 46 in a single game while at Lincoln... A four-year All-Texas selection... A McDonald's All-America nominee... An honor student and member of the Dallas All-City Academic Team... Chose SMU over Texas, Maryland, Cincinnati, Duke, Georgia Tech, Oklahoma State and Arkansas.

Personal: Son of Paula and Leonard Hopkins... Born Oct. 26, 1983, in Dallas... Combines with brother Ryan as the first set of twins to play at SMU and the first set of brothers to team up since Gene and Lynn Phillips did in the 1968-69 season...Older brother, Leonard, plays basketball at North Texas... Also has two sisters... Plans to major in mechanical engineering at SMU.

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