8.0 ppg; 5.0 rpg; .412 FG%; .400 3FG%; .800 FT%; 28.4 min
A-10: 8.9 ppg; 4.8 rpg; 30.9 mins
Started last 24 games...Career-high 20 points with 10 rebounds at St. Bonaventure...A-10 co-Player of the Week, 1/3 (16.5 ppg; 4.0 rpg; .600 FG%)...then-car. hi 18 pts (7-9 FG; 4-5 3FG) at Mercer...15 pts ; 6 rebs (5-11 FG; 3-6 3FG) at Georgia Tech...49ers lone A-10 Player of the Week, 10-11...10th in A-10 with .400 3FG% (48-120)...Double figures in 11 games; 7 vs. A-10 foes...One double-double (1st of season; 2nd of career)...Car-hi 20 pts, sea-hi 10 rebs at SBU (7-10 FG; 6-9 3FG)...5.0 rebs; 4.2 Defensive rebounds/gm...84% of Barnett's boards are defensive (127 of 151)...19 gms w/ 5+ (car-hi 10 at SBU; Tenn 8, 5 games w/ 7)...Baseline drive/dunk at ECU; breakaway dunk at Davidson
2.4 ppg; .364 3FG% (12-33); 7.4 minutes; 20 games
Big games: 12 pts (4-of-7 3FG); 8 rebs in 24 mins. at GW...1st career double-double (10 pts; 11 rebs) at Richmond...14 rebounds in last 5 games (5 vs. SJU; 8 at GW)...49ers 2nd-leading 3-pt shooter in terms of pct. (.364, 12-33)...Two games of 20+ minutes...24 at GW (Career-high 12 pts; 8 rebs.)...21 at Richmond (1st car dbl-dbl 10 pts; 11 rebs; 2 blks)...9 mins (6 pts; 2-5 3FG) vs. UNC Asheville...6 pts in opener vs. UNC Asheville (2-5 3FG)...Under 10 mins in 16 games played in 2009-10...played in 28 games as a red-shirt freshman in 2008-09...2.3 ppg; .292 3FG% (21-of-72)
2.3 ppg; 1.5 rpg; .292 FG%; .254 3FG%
A reserve wing forward ... played in 28 games without a start ... had a high of 28 minutes at Duquesne (4 pts; 6 rebs; 3 asts) ... three other games of 20 or more minutes ... averaged 4.0 points and 4.8 rebounds in those four 20+ minute games ... 15 of 21 baskets came from three-point range ... career-high 9-point effort at George Washington, hitting 3-of-6 treys ... pulled high of six rebounds in back-to-back games: at Duquesne; vs. Tulsa ... Hit his lone shot in the 49ers victory over #16/#17 Xavier, nailing a three-pointer at the end of the first half to give Charlotte a two-point halftime lead ... played 10 or more minutes in 10 games and five or fewer in 15 games
Javarris won the team's weight room dedication award in 2007. It was during that time that the slendor shooter muscled up to be be able to withstand the physical frontcourt play. At 6-6, Barnett still owns a formidable outside shot, but his added bulk has made him a more versatile (and thus valuable) asset.
At Victory Christian High:
Keyed Victory Christian's run to the 2007 National Association of Christian Athletes (NACA) National Championship ... a first team all-state choice, he also led Mike Pratt-coached Victory Christian to the N.C. Independent Schools state title and the #1 ranking in The Charlotte Observer's Sweet 16 ... averaged 14.0 points and 6.0 rebounds ... was an all-tournament choice at the NACA National Championship and at the Dell Curry Shootout ... grabbed attention at the December, 2006 Bojangles Shootout, nailing a series of threes ... a member of the 49ers' 13th-ranked 2007-08 recruiting class -- the highest ranking ever for a 49ers recruiting class.
Born Sept. 9, 1989 ... parents are James and Penny Barnett .... joins a long line of Charlotte natives that enjoyed stellar careers with the 49ers, including conference Players of Year Byron Dinkins and DeMarco Johnson, all-time three-point leader Jobey Thomas and three-time all-league selection Curtis Withers ... Criminal Justice major ... came to Charlotte at 6-5.
Javarris Barnett Career Stats
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