|High School:||White Station|
|Points -- 29 vs. Hartford and Vermont, 2003-04|
|Rebounds -- 13 vs. Holy Cross, 2003-04|
AT DARTMOUTH ... Sophomore: Shut it down for the season after four games due in large part to the same injury that hobbled him late in his freshman campaign. Still managed 11 points in the opening win against Quinnipiac...
Freshman: Ivy League rookie of the year. Dartmouth's leading scorer and one-tenth of a point away from being the top rebounder. Eleventh in the nation in free throw percentage. Netted career-high 29 points in back-to-back contests, going 10-of-14 from the floor against Vermont and then 10-of-16 two nights later against Hartford. Averaged 19.1 ppg, 6.3 rebounds and shot 40 percent beyond the arc from Jan. 3 to Feb. 7. Ivy rookie of the week six times, including four straight weeks in January. Had personal-best five 3-point baskets vs. Vermont.
BEFORE DARTMOUTH ... Comes from the same White Station High School that produced the Big Green's Charles Harris '02, and sophomore Johnathan Ball. Played on 2002 and 2003 Tennessee State AAA champions. Tennessee's top free throw shooter as a senior, hitting 91.4 percent. Honorable mention All-State, regional and city championship MVP, All-Metro and All-State.
OFF THE COURT ...
OFF THE COURT ...Follows the financial and brokerage world of Wall Street. Likes hip hop and R & B, and enjoys singer R. Kelly. Favorite athlete is Michael Jordan. Follows the Miami Heat.
COACH DUNN SAYS ... "If healthy and in basketball shape could be a major contributor. Extremely long arms and could be one of the best defenders in the Ivy League."
DID YOU KNOW? Leon Pattman was born in Tupelo, Miss., birthplace of Elvis Presley. Leon now lives in Memphis, home of Presley's estate, Graceland.