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#22 Reid Travis
Position: Forward
Height: 6'8"
Weight: 245
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Minneapolis, Minn.
High School: DeLaSalle HS
Major: Undeclared

FEATURES: San Francisco Chronicle (12/12/14) | www.gostanford.com (11/26/14)

As a Freshman (2014-15) | Game-by-Game Stats
 Played in 28 games, making 12 starts
 Averaged 6.2 points and 5.6 rebounds
 Shot 48.9 percent from the field
 During Postseason NIT play, averaged 6.4 points and 6.6 rebounds while shooting 50.0 percent overall
 Made collegiate debut against Wofford (Nov. 14), scoring 14 points (6-12 FG) and grabbing four rebounds
 Contributed nine points and eight rebounds against UNLV (Nov. 21)
 Grabbed 12 rebounds against Duke (Nov. 22)
 Pulled down 11 rebounds against Delaware (Nov. 25)
 Totaled 12 points (6-8 FG) and five boards at DePaul (Nov. 30)
 Scored season-high 15 points (7-11 FG) and hauled down six rebounds at BYU (Dec. 20)
 Hauled down season-best 14 rebounds to go along with seven points in 32 minutes at Texas (Dec. 23)
 Totaled six points and eight rebounds in 27 minutes off the bench at Arizona State (March 5)
 Posted 14 points (5-8 FG, 4-6 FT) and six rebounds against Washington (March 11)
 Produced first career double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds against UC Davis (March 17)
 Grabbed seven boards to go with five points against Rhode Island (March 22)
 Totaled eight rebounds and four points versus Old Dominion (March 31)

Prior to Stanford
• Ranked among nation’s top-50 by the following: Scout.com (No. 40 overall, No. 7 position), Rivals.com (No. 40 overall) and ESPN.com (No. 23 overall, No. 5 position, five-star recruit)
• Averaged 26.1 points and 9.0 rebounds per game while guiding the Islanders to their third straight Class AAA state title
• McDonald's All-American Game participant in 2014, Stanford's first since Brook Lopez and Robin Lopez in 2006 and the school's seventh selection overall
• Member of USA Basketball Junior National Select Team, competing at 17th annual Nike Hoop Summit
• Tabbed Minneapolis Star Tribune Metro Player of the Year
• Earned MaxPreps second team Junior All-American honors
• Named co-state player of the year
• Heralded two-sport star who achieved success on the gridiron during his first three seasons before deciding to focus solely on basketball
• Led AAU squad, Howard Pulley Panthers, to the AAU Super Showcase championship
• Equally impressive at the Big Man Skills Academy, LeBron James Skills Academy, Peach Jam, NBA Player Association Top 100 Camp and Global Challenge

Personal
• Born in Minneapolis, Minn.
• Parents are Nathaniel and Jacqueline Travis
• Has two brothers, Jonah and Jalen, and two sisters, Olivia and Grace
• Brother, Jonah, plays basketball at Harvard

Travis Says:
“The biggest thing for me was I just thought it was the right feel. When I was talking to the team, coaches and people on campus, I felt that those were the type of people I want to surround myself with. The Stanford brand, that kind of persona, is how I envision my college experience. That’s what sold me. Academics were the top priority for me throughout the recruiting process, especially having the opportunity to come to Stanford along with my brother already attending Harvard. My family really stressed academics from day one, and although you still want to play basketball at the highest level, I just felt that a Stanford education is going to help me out in the best way. I’m really excited to keep following the team’s progress and get out there next year.”

Coach Dawkins Says:
“Reid is a young man who we have recruited the longest for this class, so it was definitely rewarding to see his commitment come to fruition. He and his family really valued our commitment as well as everything that Stanford has to offer, which speaks volumes about them. Reid had a great year on the court – winning another high school state championship and then having a successful run with his AAU team and all his summer opportunities. Reid will be physically and mentally ready to have an impact right away for us. Reid has always been extremely effective around the basket, but we have always believed in his skill level and versatility, too, which we look forward to continued development.”

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