| Brent Hackett
High School Career
Was a prolific scorer at Fort Worth's Southwest High School and became the first local recruit to sign at TCU under Neil Dougherty.
Rated as the No. 11 prospect in Texas by Texas Prep Report.
Judged as the state's 13th-best prospect in Texas by Mike Kundstadt of the Texas Basketball Review.
Ranked 14th in the state in the 2004 class according to Texas Roundball.
Named first-team all-region in Class 4A by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) and was a second-team all-state choice as a senior.
Earned first-team all-area mention from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Averaged 25.9 points, 8.6 assists and 3.7 steals per game, and ranked third among area players in scoring as a senior.
Shot 39.6 percent from three-point range on the year, making 103 treys.
Poured in 73 points and added 13 assists in a 132-124 overtime loss to eventual District 7-5A co-champion Dallas Jesuit on Nov. 24.
Followed that performance up with a 52-point outburst the next night against Richland, giving him a 62.5 scoring average over two days.
Averaged 26.5 points, 8.5 assists and 4.3 steals per game for the Raiders as a junior.
Had a 45-point effort in a regular-season game against eventual state champion Fort Worth Dunbar in 2003.
Finished as the state's third-leading scorer in Class 4A as a junior and was named second-team all-area by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Was a four-year letterwinner at Southwest for head coach Scott Gray.
Competed for Team USA in the 2004 Global Games.
Played summer league basketball for both the Fort Worth Lions and Team Texas.
Selected TCU over Oklahoma State, Oklahoma and Arkansas.
Had a cousin, Nick Hall, who played guard for Grambling State.
Is a graduate of Southwest High School, which also boasts Minnesota Timberwolves center Oliver Miller as an alumnus.