Men's Basketball

Ryan Hopkins
Ryan Hopkins


Dallas, Texas

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 170



2004-05 (Junior): Saw action in seven games, with a season high seven minutes against Arkansas Pine-Bluff...Played in the WAC Tournament opener against Rice and hit a free throw in the closing seconds ...Saw action against Texas Tech, Baylor, Arkansas-Pine Bluff, San Jose State, Toledo and Rice... Had two steals and a rebound in seven minutes against Ark-Pine Bluff 12/20. 2003-04 (Sophomore): Played in the WAC Tournament opener against Nevada... Saw action against UTEP, Rice, Oklahoma State and San Jose State... Drained a three-pointer on his only attempt at Navy.

2002-03 (Freshman): Saw time in the regular-season finale versus La. Tech and the WAC Tournament quarterfinal versus Boise State... Grabbed a board at Nevada... Drained a three-pointer and grabbed a rebound versus UTEP... Saw action at Hawaii... Had an assist at Appalachian State... Grabbed a rebound and recorded an assist at Wake Forest... Pushed the Mustangs into triple-digits with a jumper in the game's closing moments against the EA Sports All-Stars.

High School: A valuable member of Dallas Lincoln's 40-0 State and mythical National Championship team... A two-year letterman for Leonard Bishop at Lincoln... Led the squad in three-point shooting as a junior... A two-time Dallas All-City Academic Team pick... Member of the National Honor Roll and Who's Who Among High School Students... Chose SMU over North Texas and Baylor.

Personal: Son of Paula and Leonard Hopkins... Born Oct. 1983, in Dallas... Combines with brother Bryan 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, played basketball at North Texas... Also has two sisters... Major is financial economics.

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