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  Rae-Vonn Banks

Rae-Vonn Banks

Player Profile


Fayetteville, N.C.

High School:

Last College:
West Plains CC

Height / Weight:
6-8 / 220



2009-10: Gave the Redhawks quality minutes off the bench, averaging 10.1 per contest...Saw action in 24 games, including 13 in OVC play...Boasted the second-best field goal percentage among Southeast reserves, shooting 51.4 percent (18-of-35)...Averaged two points and 1.9 rebounds per game...Contributed 2.2 points and 2.5 rebounds per game in conference play...Scored in seven-straight games from Dec. 12-Jan. 16...Made a season-high three field goals against Murray State (1/23)...Registered a season-high eight points on two field goals and four free throws at Morehead State (1/14)... Played a season-high 19 minutes against the Eagles...Pulled down a season-high six rebounds in 16 minutes against Jacksonville State (1/4)...Converted a conventional three-point play to help key a 13-2 run in the Redhawks victory against Norfolk State (11/29)...Played his first career game against Arkansas State (11/18).

2008-09 (Missouri State-West Plains CC): Averaged 5.5 points and 4.1 rebounds in 31 games and five starts during his lone season at Missouri State-West Plains Community College...Shot 54.7 percent (70-of-128) from the field, led the team in blocks (20) and ranked third on the team in both rebounds (128) and steals (19).

Prep: Garnered All-Region and All-Conference laurels at Westover High School...Also played football.

Personal: Born August 18, 1989...Majoring in Biology...Son of Judy Shannon...His mother is a graduate of Oregon State University... Favorite kind of music is hip-hop...Favorite professional athlete is Kobe Bryant...When not playing basketball, he enjoys reading comic books...Was teammates with current Southeast guard Anthony Allison at Missouri State-West Plains...Plans to pursue a career in Philanthropy...Says the University of North Carolina's Dean E. Smith Center is the toughest arena he has ever played in.


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