- 6' 3
- 185 lbs.
- High School/Other
- Paul VI
- Winchester, Va.
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Updated: April 23, 2013
The Hokies' starter at point guard … The true leader of the team, on and off the court … Has the tangible and intangible qualities that helped him rank as one of the best guards in the nation … Has a great feel for the game … Showed remarkable improvement since his freshman season … Became a terrific defender … Played with great poise and confidence … Had a breakout season his sophomore season and carried it over into his junior season.
2012-13: Started all 32 games ... Third-team AP All-America selection ... Led the nation in scoring ... Named ACC Player of the Year ... Earned First Team All-ACC honors from both the media and coaches ... Named State Player of the Year by both VaSID and the Richmond Times-Dispatch ... Finished in 10th place in career scoring at Virginia Tech ... Scored 21 points and dished out six assists in season opener against ETSU ... Matched previous career high with 25 points against Rhode Island ... Made it three straight games with 20-plus points to open the season as he scored 23 points and dished out six assists against VMI ... Went an impressive 16-for-16 from the free throw line as part of a 26-point outing, also adding six assists at UNC Greensboro ... Scored 27 points against Appalachian State ... Put up 24 points, 16 of which came in the second half, also adding five rebounds and five assists to help the Hokies past Iowa ... Scored 28 points and added seven boards in just 26 minutes of play against Oklahoma State ... Was named Co-ACC Player of the Week for his performances against Iowa and Oklahoma State ... Earned first-career double-double with 23 points and a career-high 10 assists at West Virginia ... Continued scoring streak with 23 points, also adding five rebounds and four assists, against Mississippi Valley State ... Scored 28 points and grabbed seven rebounds against Georgia Southern ... Posted 31 points, also adding eight boards in the overtime win over Bradley ... Scored 26 points and added five rebounds against Colorado State ... Scored 12 points and dished out six assists at BYU ... Led the team with 28 points in the ACC opener at Maryland ... Scored 24 points and dished out nine assists against Boston College ... Put up 28 points and added five boards in the overtime win at Georgia Tech ... Scored 22 points in the win over Wake Forest ... Set new career highs with 35 points and nine rebounds against Virginia ... Led the way with 25 points, adding five assists at Clemson ... Put up 30 points against No. 14 Miami ... Scored 16 points and grabbed six rebounds at North Carolina ... Scored 29 points against Maryland ... Scored 28 points and grabbed five rebounds against Georgia Tech ... Came alive in the second half, scoring 21 of his 22 total points, adding five rebounds at Virginia ... Put up 29 points and dished out eight assists in the overtime thriller at NC State ... Scored 22 points against No. 6 Duke ... Paced the team with 26 points and five assists in the win over Florida State ... Put up 16 points at No. 5 Miami ... Scored 29 points matching a career-high with five 3’s in his Senior Night win over Clemson ... Put up 25 points at No. 3 Duke ... Matched a career high with 35 points at Wake Forest ... Scored 15 points against NC State in the ACC Tournament.
2011-12: Played in 31 games of the team's 33 games, making 30 starts… Earned second-team All-ACC honors following his junior season ... Averaged a team-leading 15.6 points per game and also led the team with 88 assists and 41 steals … Scored in double figures in 30 of the 31 games he played … Finished seventh in the ACC in scoring and steals per game (1.7 spg) and also tied for eighth in assists per game (2.8 apg) … Shot 43.8 percent from the floor and 82.8 percent from the free-throw line … Averaged 34.5 minutes per game, tied for second in the ACC … Missed season opener due to an Achilles strain ... Scored 11 points and had five assists in 2011-12 debut ... Scored 12 points and added two rebounds against FIU ... Tallied 14 points and grabbed five rebounds against No. 5 Syracuse ... Tallied 18 points against Oklahoma State ... Went 7-of-8 from the line enroute to a 19-point performance against St. Bonaventure ... Set a new career high with 25 points at Minnesota ... Put up 14 points while grabbing a career-best seven boards versus Kansas State ... Dropped in 24 points off the bench at Rhode Island ... Scored 12 points, adding four boards and three steals against Norfolk State ... Went 6-for-6 from the free throw line en route to a 12-point and six assists effort against Campbell ... Matched his career high with eight assists, while also adding 12 points against North Florida ... Scored 12 points for the fourthstraight game, also contributing four assists ... Dropped 16 points and brought down seven rebounds at Oklahoma State ... Led the team with 19 points, seven boards and six assists in the ACC opener at Wake Forest ... Went 10-for-10 from the line en-route to a 21-point performance against Florida State ... Missed game at Boston College due to a knee injury ... Led the team with 17 points, while adding five assists against No. 8 North Carolina ... Paced the squad with 15 points at No. 15 Virginia ... Scored 11 points and added four assists against BYU ... Led the squad with 18 points, also handing out four assists at Maryland ... Dropped 17 points and matched a career high with seven rebounds against No. 7 Duke ... Scored 10 points against Clemson ... Led the team with 17 points, adding five boards at Miami ... Scored 10 points in the win over Boston College ... Paced the squad with 18 points and four steals at No. 20 Florida State. ... Continued double-figures scoring streak with 14 points, also adding four assists against Georgia Tech ... Led the way with 19 points against No. 25 Virginia ... Helped pace the offense with 16 points at No. 5 Duke ... Broke his 30-game double-digit scoring streak with eight points at Clemson ... Scored 12 points and dished out five assists in the regular-season finale against NC State ... Scored 24 points and went a perfect 8-for-8 from the free-throw line in the win over Clemson in the ACC Tournament ... Scored 16 points against Duke in the second round of the ACC Tournament.
2010-11: Appeared in 32 games as a sophomore, making 26 starts ... Averaged 11.6 points per games with a team-leading 56 steals and was second with 86 assists ... Shot .414 (132-for-319) from the floor and .777 (80-for-103) at the line ... Notched 73 total rebounds and nine blocks ... Finished third in the ACC in steals (1.8) and assist/turnover ration (2.3) and ninth in free throw percentage (.777) ... Made his first appearance of the season against Campbell, scoring six points ... Scored in double digits for the first time this season at UNC-Greensboro, notching 10 points, and led the team in steals with a career-high five ... Notched two points and a steal in two minutes of play against Cal. State Northridge, before suffering a calf injury that cost him the next two games ... Scored eight points, making three-of-three at the line, with two rebounds, an assist and a steal against Purdue ... Made his first start of the season against Penn State, replacing an injured Dorenzo Hudson ... Tied his career high with 15 points in the game, going six-for-11 in the field including two-of-five beyond the arc, matching or exceeding his career highs in field goals made and attempted and three-pointers made and attempted, while chipping in a career-high four rebounds and two assists ... Scored in the double digits for the second straight game against Mississippi State, notching a career-high six assists with three steals and three rebounds ... Made his third consecutive start against St. Bonaventure, tying career highs with 15 points and five steals, while adding three rebounds, two assists and a blocked shot ... Scored in double figures for the fourth straight game, recording 12 points, three rebounds, three steals and three assists against USC Upstate ... Led the team with a career-high 17 points against Mount St. Mary’s, making six-of-seven from the field while adding four assists ... Made eight-of-eight free throws against Florida State, adding a team-leading four steals, three assists and three rebounds ... Scored 10 points at North Carolina, while adding three steals and a career-high-tying four rebounds ... Notched an ACC career-high five assists against Wake Forest, scoring 10 points and grabbing three boards ... Led all scorers with a career-high 24 points at Maryland, going 12-for-16 in the field while adding four steals and three rebounds ... Notched his 10th straight game with double-digit points, scoring 14 against Longwood while adding five assists and four rebounds ... Named ACC Player of the Week and Virginia Tech Athlete of the Week on Jan. 24 for his performances against Maryland and Longwood ... Recorded 15 points and a career-high-tying six assists against Miami ... Notched 13 points with a career-high four rebounds and two blocks at NC State ... Bounced back with 15 points against Georgia Tech, including a career-high three-of-three from the three-point arc, while adding a career-high-tying six assists and three rebounds ... Scored at least 20 points for the second time in his career, once again against Maryland, going seven-for-15 from the field with five assists ... Recorded 12 points in the next three games: at Virginia, at Wake Forest and versus No. 1 Duke ... Led both teams with 21 points against Boston College, adding two steals and a career-high-tying four rebounds ... Scored seven points with a career-high-tying four rebounds and an ACC career-high-tying four steals at Clemson ... Notched 11 points and three steals against Georgia Tech in the ACC Tournament ... Scored 17 points against Duke in the ACC Tournament Semifinals ... Dished out a career-high eight assists to go with 11 points and three rebounds against Bethune-Cookman in the NIT ... Scored 17 points with three assists and three steals against Wichita State in the NIT second round.
2009-10: Appeared in all 34 games, starting once … Scored his first-career points with a three-point basket against Brown … Added seven points, including two three-pointers, two assists and a steal in the victory over Campbell … Earned his first career rebounds against Temple … Finished two-for-two at the free throw line against Georgia … Finished with six points, two rebounds, a block and an assist at Penn State … Scored 10 points in 20 minutes of action in the win over UMBC … Also dished out three assists … Had his best game of the season to date with career-highs of 15 points and four assists in the win over Longwood after stepping in for the injured Malcolm Delaney … Played a career-high 32 minutes with his first-career start against Seton Hall in Cancun, Mexico, scoring seven points while manning the point guard position in an overtime win … Scored his first-career points in conference play, knocking down a three-pointer against No. 9 North Carolina … Was the game-high scorer against NCCU, finishing with 11 points, including a one-handed dunk, and finishing four-of-five from the field … Tied a career-high with four assists and two steals and added three points at Virginia … Collected three assists, a block and a steal against North Carolina … Was perfect at the free throw line, finishing a season-best eight-for-eight against Clemson … Collected a career-high three rebounds and sunk a three-pointer against Virginia … Grabbed three defensive rebounds against Maryland and two defensive rebounds against NC State … Played 11 minutes and grabbed a rebound and had an assist against Quinnipiac in the first round of the NIT Tournament … Scored two points and added a rebound and a steal against URI in the third round of the NIT.
High School: Played as a senior at Paul VI High School in Fairfax, after lettering three years at Millbrook High School in his hometown of Winchester … At Paul VI, was the 2009 Division I Independent League Player of the Year and led his team to the state championship … Averaged 16.8 points per game as a senior … Named Washington Post All-Metro and was named first team All-WCAC … At Millbrook, led his team to the 2008 VHSL AA State Championship as a junior … Was an EA Sports All-American as a senior, when he also earned Group AA Player of the Year, as well as being named the district and region Player of the Year … As a senior was named Washington Post All-Metro and was the AP Player of the Year in Group AA.
Personal: Erick O’Brien Green … Born May 9, 1991, in Inglewood, Calif. … Son of Erick and Tamara Green … Oldest of five children … Majoring in business.