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Brian Steele
Brian  Steele


Greenville, S.C.

High School:
Wade Hampton School

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 204



Sport and Entertainment Management


Steele Trades In High Tops for Coach's Whistle


Starting Five With Brian Steele

The Greenville, S.C. native talks about his career at USC so far.


South Carolina Boasts 70 Student-Athletes on SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll

Gamecocks rank second behind only Georgia


Gamecocks Post 72-67 Victory Over No. 17/15 Kentucky

Williams leads Carolina with 24 points in win.


Gamecocks Top Alabama, 67-66, In SEC Thriller

Thornwell leads Carolina with his fifth 20-plus point game in conference play.


South Carolina vs. Georgia (USATSI)

Gamecocks Earn First Conference Road Win of the Season


South Carolina vs. Missouri

USATSI Photos men's basketball -- 2/10/15


Men's Basketball vs. Georgia

January 31, 2015


South Carolina vs. Arkansas

South Carolina vs. Arkansas (3/13/14)


South Carolina vs. Auburn

South Carolina vs. Auburn (3/12/14)

Photo Gallery


Brian Steele: The Common Man

By Avery Wilks (Gamecock Central)


Steele willing to help Gamecocks in any way that he can

By Kyle Heck (Spurs & Feathers)

2014-15 (JUNIOR)
SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll

Saw action in 21 games, averaging 1.7 points, 0.6 rebounds and 0.4 assists in 8.5 minutes per game
Saw action in 11 contests in SEC play, averaging 2.2 points and 0.5 rebounds in 10.4 minutes per game
Set or matched career high in nearly every major statistical category, including points (8), field goal attempts (7), made 3s (2) and free throws made and attempted (2)
Posted six points on two made 3s in season opener against North Florida (Nov. 14)
Collected season high three rebounds in victory vs. Cornell (Nov. 20) at the Charleston Classic
Tallied six points on a pair of made 3s at Vanderbilt (Feb. 7)
Keyed 8-3 run in final minutes of the first half to secure halftime lead vs. the Commodores
Scored a season high eight points, matching his career high, in home win vs. Missouri (Feb. 10)

2013-14 (SOPHOMORE)
SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll

Saw action in 22 games
Averaged 2.2 points, 1.1 rebounds and 0.5 assists in 9.9 minutes per game
In SEC games (13), averaged 2.8 points and 1.2 assists in 9.5 minutes per game
Scored first points of the season in 11 minutes vs. Boise State (Dec. 23)
Dished two assists and scored three points in 10 minutes at Missouri (Jan. 25)
Recorded a then-career high seven points, hitting three attempts from the field in a career high 26 minutes vs. Tennessee (Feb. 8)
Posted career highs in points (8), field goal attempts (7), 3-point field goals (2) and 3-point attempts (5) vs. Georgia (Feb. 22)
Scored five points at Auburn (Feb. 26), while dishing career-high three assists and collecting season high four rebounds
Scored five points in SEC Tournament win vs. Arkansas (March 13)
Matched season high with four rebounds vs. Tennessee in SEC Tournament (March 14)

2012-13 (FRESHMAN)
Saw action in seven games with four starts on the year, starting the final four contests of the season
Missed the first seven games of the season due to a suspension
Returned to team for Clemson contest
Posted two points on two made free throws vs. Presbyterian (Dec. 29)
Posted an assist vs. Florida (Jan. 30)
After a stellar week in practice, earned first start of his career in contest at Texas A&M
(March 2); scoring three points, collecting two rebounds and also a steal
Hit game-tying 3 at the end of the first half to send the contest into the halftime break tied at 32 vs. the Aggies
Scored six points and collected two assists in second-straight start, a win vs. Miss State (March 6)
Collected three assists, and added three points at Vandy (March 9)
Scored two points and collected season and team high seven rebounds in SEC Tournament contest vs. Mississippi State (March 13)

Three-year letterwinner for coach Darryl Nance at Wade Hampton School
Named All-State, All-Region and All-County during pep career
1,000 point scorer
Averaged 17.0 points and 8.0 rebounds per game during senior season when he earned All-State honors
Helped junior team to the state championship and his senior season the squad was an upper-state finalist

Son of Robin and Howard Steele
Mother, Robin, swam at Gettysburg College, and father Howard, ran cross country at The Citadel
Has a brother, Nathan
Lists his favorite meal as chicken curry and if he could spend a day with anyone it would be Phil Jackson
Major is sport and entertainment management


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