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#3 Malcolm Allen
Position: Guard
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 175
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Las Vegas, Nev.
High School: Centennial HS
Major: Undeclared

2013-14: Game-by-Game Stats ... Competed in 16 games as a reserve ... averaged 0.8 points per game ... 5-9 from the field ... 3-5 from the foul line ... made first collegiate basket in a win over Texas Southern (Nov. 21), playing four minutes off the bench ... converted three-point play in final four minutes against Pittsburgh (Nov. 26) ... chipped in with four points against South Dakota State (Dec. 1) ... against Washington State (Feb. 15), scored on a dunk and totaled one rebound, one assist and one steal ... played nine minutes against UCLA (Mar. 14) ... appeared in final minute against Dayton (Mar. 27).

High School: 2013 graduate of Centennial High School in Las Vegas, Nev. ... listed as the nation’s No. 28-ranked point guard by ... as a senior, earned first team all-state accolades in addition to being named to the NIAA All-Sunset Region Team and First Team Southwest Division … 2013 Ball is Life three-point champion … 2013 Centennial High School Mr. Assist award recipient … active with Impact Basketball Academy since February 2012 … co-captain along with twin brother Marcus …during his junior season, averaged 15.1 points, 3.0 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game on his way to receiving NIAA All-Sunset Region and First Team Northwest Division recognition … guided Centennial High School to consecutive Northwest titles, helping the Bulldogs compile a 47-9 record during that stretch ... four-year letterwinner … selected to all-tournament team at 38th annual Holiday Tournament (Elgin High School) … named first team all-tournament pick at 54th annual Kiwanis Basketball Tournament (Legacy Longhorn Tournament) in June 2011 … tabbed all-star player at Dixie State College in June 2011 … member of the Compton Magic AAU program.

Personal: Born in Phoenix, Ariz. … parents are Carl and Trina ... twin brother is Marcus … has one sister, Atoya Collins … mother, Trina, was a former gymnast at Stanford.