Bryan Shelton
Bryan  Shelton


Friendswood, Texas

High School:
Clear Brook HS

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 177




One of the most experienced players on Houston's roster...versatile player who can play all three perimeter positions...received the Houston Alumni Organization's Scholar-Athlete award and was a CoSIDA Verizon Academic All-District VI nominee in 2002-03...member of the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll in both 2001-02 and 2002-03...earned the UH team's academic MVP and a member of the Cougars' student-athlete advisory committee during each of the last two years.

2003-04 (As A Junior)
Played in 27 games...scored a career-high 16 points off the bench at UTEP, marking the first time he led the Cougars in scoring...tallied 12 points against Bethune-Cookman...netted 10 points against Chicago State...grabbed three rebounds against USF, Louisville and Rice...led Houston with a season-high three assists at UAB...handed out two assists against TCU, USF, Bethune-Cookman and East Tennessee State...had two steals against Washington...grabbed a season-high three rebounds against USF, Louisville and Rice...blocked one shot against Lamar.

2002-03 (As A Sophomore)
Was Houston's starting point guard during the final five games of the season...made 25 starts overall and played in all 28 games...averaged 4.8 points and 1.5 assists per game...scored a season-high 10 points at Washington...tallied nine points against DePaul and UAB...netted eight points versus Prairie View A&M, Baylor, LSU, Saint Louis and Tulane...led the Cougars in free throw percentage, having made 10 of his 11 attempts this season for a .909 percentage...made both of his attempts against Tulane, DePaul, Southern Miss and Prairie View A&M...handed out a career-high six assists against TCU ...dished out four assists against Tulane in the C-USA Tournament and three assists versus TCU, Memphis, Texas-Arlington and Baylor...grabbed a season-high four rebounds against DePaul, UAB, Washington and UTEP...recorded a career-high four steals against Tulane in the C-USA Tournament.

2001-02 (As A Freshman)
Was the top three-point shooter on Houston's roster with a .467 (28-60) percentage...started three of Houston's last six games...scored a career-high 15 points and equaled his career high of three rebounds in his first career start at South Florida...netted nine points against Memphis in the Conference USA Tournament...tallied eight points versus North Texas, UAB and 10th-ranked Marquette in the semifinals of the Conference USA Tournament....scored six points against fourth-ranked UCLA and San Diego State...handed out a career-high three assists and three rebounds against UAB...grabbed three rebounds at East Carolina and against Southern Miss...registered two assists against Chaminade, North Texas and Tennessee State...had a career-high two steals versus TCU, Tennessee State and North Texas...recorded a career-high two blocked shots against then 10th-ranked Cincinnati...also blocked one shot versus TCU and Southern Miss.

Two-time honorable mention all-state selection from Clear Brook High School...named a first-team all-District 24-5A selection as a junior and senior...averaged 18 points per game as a senior...scored a season-high 26 points against Galveston Ball High School and 24 points versus Clear Creek...tallied 19 points against Rockwall...netted a team-high 17 points versus Pearland and against Clear Lake...scored 16 points against Memorial...tallied 15 points at Brazoswood and LaPorte...averaged 14.4 points and 5.2 rebounds per game as a junior...made 55 treys that season...earned second-team all-District 24-5A honors after averaging 10 points per game as a sophomore...netted 37 three-point field goals that season.

Born July 13, 1983 in Clear Lake, Texas...son of Darriel and Edith Shelton of Friendswood, Texas...older brother, Wayne Edwards, set a school record with 77 three-point field goals at Nichols State in 1996-97...chose Houston over Rice, TCU, Louisiana-Lafayette, Southern Miss and Oregon...hobby is listening to music.

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