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David Weaver
David Weaver

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Black Mountain, N.C.

High School:
Owen HS

Height / Weight:
6-11 / 250

Position:
Center

Birthdate:
10/09/1987

Experience:
4VL

Major:
Sociology

11/17/2006

MBB vs. Elon

Wake Forest 73, Elon 48 - November 17, 2006 (photos courtesy of Associated Press)

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Finished his career as a four-year letterwinner for the Deacons ... Spent five seasons in the program, redshirting as a true freshman in 2005-06 ... Ranks 18th all-time at Wake Forest with 121 career games played ... Versatile big man who possessed a defensive-minded game ... An excellent shot blocker and post defender ... Received the team's prestigious Murray Greason Award in 2008-09 ... Received the team's Skip Prosser Award in 2009-10 ... Won the team's Best Defensive Player Award in 2007-08 ... Powerful dunker who finished with 45 dunks in his career ... Saw time at both the power forward and center positions.


2009-10 (Senior)
Played in all 31 games and made eight starts ... Served as a team captain ... Started both of Wake Forest's NCAA Tournament games ... Averaged 13.0 minutes per game ... Averaged 2.6 points and 2.1 rebounds per game ... Shot 50.8 percent from the field, going 31-of-61 from the floor ... Ranked fifth on the team with 18 blocks ... Also tallied eight steals and seven assists on the year ... Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Received the school's King Fisher Society Student-Athlete of the Week Award on Jan. 15 ... Opened the season with 8 points and 7 rebounds off the bench vs. Oral Roberts (Nov. 13) ... Went 4-for-5 from the floor vs. ORU ... Had 4 points and 2 boards at East Carolina (Nov. 15) ... Pulled down 6 rebounds in 18 minutes off the bench vs. High Point (Nov. 18) ... Scored 5 points, pulled down 4 boards and hit a 3-pointer vs. Winston-Salem State (Nov. 24) ... Had 3 rebounds and an assist vs. William & Mary (Nov. 28) ... Scored 3 points and had a block at Purdue (Dec. 1) ... Finished with 2 points and 3 rebounds in 20 minutes at Gonzaga (Dec. 5) ... Turned in 6 points and 6 rebounds vs. Elon (Dec. 13) ... Pulled down 4 boards at UNC Wilmington (Dec. 16) ... Had 4 points, 4 rebounds and 4 blocks vs. NC State (Dec. 20) ... Had 2 points and a block in first start of the season at UNC Greensboro (Dec. 28) ... Made his second straight start and scored 7 points and hit a 3-pointer vs. Richmond (Dec. 31) ... Tallied 4 points and 2 blocks vs. Xavier (Jan. 3) ... Had 6 points and a block at Miami (Jan. 9) ... Pulled down 2 rebounds in limited action vs. Maryland (Jan. 12) ... Saw limited action at Duke (Jan. 17) ... Had one block in limited action at North Carolina (Jan. 20) ... Had 2 rebounds and an assist in 12 minutes vs. Virginia (Jan. 23) ... Played 8 minutes off the bench at Georgia Tech (Jan. 28) ... Had 3 points vs. Miami (Feb. 2) ... Blocked a shot in limited action at Virginia (Feb. 6) ... Scored 5 points and hit a 3-pointer vs. Boston College (Feb. 9) ... Had 2 points and a rebound in 8 minutes vs. Georgia Tech (Feb. 13) ... Notched 2 points, a rebound and a block at Virginia Tech (Feb. 16) ... Had 2 points and 3 boards at NC State (Feb. 20) ... Turned in 3 points and 2 rebounds vs. North Carolina (Feb. 27) ... Scored 2 points in 10 minutes at Florida State (Mar. 3) ... Scored 2 points in 11 minutes on Senior Night vs. Clemson (Mar. 7) ... Had 4 points, an assist, a block and a steal vs. Miami in the ACC Tournament (Mar. 11) ... Started and scored 2 points in the NCAA Tournament vs. Texas (Mar. 18) ... Wrapped up his collegiate career with 2 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals and an assist in a start in the NCAA Tournament second round vs. Kentucky (Mar. 20).

2008-09 (Junior)
Played in 30 games and made one start (Feb. 4 at Miami) ... Received the team's Murray Greason Award, which goes annually to the player who has accomplished outstanding athletic achievement and most impacted his teammates through hard work, determination and season-long effort ... Played an average of 9.8 minutes per game ... Averaged 2.1 points and 1.9 rebounds per game ... Shot 51.0 percent from the field ... Finished with 15 blocks, nine steals and nine assists on the year ... Saw action in 15 ACC contests with one start ... Led the team with seven charges drawn ... Eleven of his 25 field goals were dunks ... Opened the season with three rebounds and a career-high three assists off the bench vs. N.C. Central (Nov. 14) ... Had three points, three rebounds and a block vs. UNC Wilmington (Nov. 19) ... Scored eight points on 4-of-6 shooting vs. Winston-Salem State (Nov. 24) ... Also tied his career-high with two steals vs. the Rams ... Made his only field goal attempt for two points vs. UTEP (Nov. 28) ... Scored six points and went 2-for-2 from the floor vs. Baylor (Nov. 30) in the championship game of the 76 Classic ... Finished with four points, five rebounds and a block vs. Bucknell (Dec. 6) ... Scored six points on 3-of-5 shooting vs. Wright State (Dec. 14) ... Had four points, two blocks and two steals at Richmond (Dec. 19) ... Pulled down three boards at East Carolina (Dec. 22) ... Had three points and three rebounds vs. Radford (Dec. 30) ... Made only field goal attempt for two points at Boston College (Jan. 14) ... Had a block and two boards vs. Virginia Tech (Jan. 21) ... Scored nine points on 3-of-5 shooting vs. Duke (Jan. 28) ... Had a rebound, block and steal at Georgia Tech (Jan. 31) ... Made first start of the season and third of career at Miami (Feb. 4) ... Had two points and three rebounds at NC State (Feb. 11) ... Had two points and three boards vs. Florida State (Feb. 14) ... Scored two points at Duke (Feb. 22) ... Pulled down six rebounds and had two blocks in nine minutes at Maryland (Mar. 3) ... Had three points and three rebounds vs. Clemson (Mar. 8) ... Scored five points, including a three-point play on a dunk, and had a blocked shot vs. Cleveland State in the NCAA Tournament (Mar. 20).

2007-08 (Sophomore)
Saw action in 29 games and made one start (Jan. 2 vs. Presbyterian) ... Received the team's Best Defensive Player award ... Came off the bench in all 16 ACC games ... Played an average of 11.7 minutes per contest, including 12.9 minutes in conference action ... Averaged 2.7 points and 2.6 rebounds per game ... Shot 61.5 percent (32-of-52) from the floor ... Of his 32 field goals, 13 were dunks ... Made all three of his three-point attempts on the season ... Ranked third on the team with 23 blocked shots ... Averaged 2.9 points and 2.8 rebounds per game in ACC play ... Shot 70.4 percent (19-of-27) from the floor and had 17 blocks in conference games ... Scored in double figures once ... Led the team in rebounding once ... Scored five points Nov. 19 vs. N.C. Central ... Had five points, four rebounds and two blocks vs. USC Upstate on Dec. 1 ... Opened ACC play by pulling down five rebounds and tying his career-high with two steals Dec. 23 vs. Virginia Tech ... Set a new career-high with seven rebounds in 20 minutes of action Dec. 30 against Air Force ... Made his only start of the season Jan. 2 vs. Presbyterian, finishing with four points and a block ... Had eight points on 3-of-4 shooting Jan. 12 at Boston College ... Tallied four boards and two blocks Jan. 22 at Clemson ... Finished with six rebounds and a pair of blocks at NC State on Feb. 3 ... Played 21 minutes off the bench Feb. 6 against Georgia Tech ... Scored five points and hit a three-pointer Feb. 9 vs. Virginia ... Had five points and five rebounds, including four on the offensive end, Feb. 28 against Maryland ... Scored eight points and totaled a career-high four blocks in 19 minutes against NC State on Mar. 8 ... Saved his best performance of the season for the Mar. 13 ACC Tournament game against Florida State ... Scored a season-high 12 points and dished out a career-best two assists in 22 minutes vs. the Seminoles ... Also went 4-for-6 from the floor, including a 2-for-2 mark from three-point range.

2006-07 (Redshirt Freshman)
Played in all 31 games and made one start (Dec. 17 at Virginia Tech) ... Averaged 10.7 minutes of action per game (12.1 mpg in ACC play) ... Averaged 2.5 points and 1.7 rebounds per game ... Came on strong at the end of the season ... Shot a solid 52.8 percent (28-of-53) from the field ... Sank 63.9 percent of his free throw attempts ... 21 of his 53 rebounds came on the offensive glass ... Ranked second on the team with 18 blocked shots ... Scored in double figures twice ... Had 15 dunks ... Drew five charges on defense ... Came off the bench for eight big points on 4-of-5 shooting in Nov. 21 win over Vanderbilt ... Made first career start Dec. 17 in the ACC opener at Virginia Tech ... Was a bright spot in Wake's Jan. 18 loss at Duke ... Came off the bench for four rebounds, three blocked shots and two points at Cameron Indoor ... Went 2-of-2 from the field, 3-of-4 from the free throw line, scored seven points, grabbed five boards and blocked a shot in Jan. 30 victory over Georgia Tech ... Scored a career-high 13 points, pulled down five rebounds and blocked a shot Feb. 17 vs. Miami ... Made all five field goal attempts for 10 points and blocked a shot against Georgia Tech March 28 in the opening round of the ACC Tournament ... Made his collegiate debut in two exhibition games in the Bahamas over Labor Day weekend ... Closed the trip with a solid performance, turning in a team-high 18 points and seven rebounds.

2005-06 (True Freshman)
Redshirted the season as a true freshman ... Practiced with the team all season and served as a key member of the scout team.

High School
Ranked as the No. 27 power forward in the country according to Rivals.com ... Graduated from Charles D. Owen High School in 2005 ... Played for coach Roger Schnepp at Owen ... Named to the all-state and Nike All-American teams as a senior ... Also named all-conference and all-western North Carolina ... Led the Warhorses to their first Western Highlands Conference title in 10 years ... Earned MVP honors at the conference tournament ... Averaged seven points and five rebounds per game as a 6-7 freshman ... Averaged 12 points and 12 boards as a 6-8 sophomore ... Emerged as a solid prospect in the Western Highlands Conference Tournament as a sophomore when he was named MVP ... Averaged 13 points, 10 rebounds and six blocks per game as a 6-10 junior ... Named a North Carolina Scholar Athlete ... Earned eight varsity letters in high school, including four in basketball and four in track ... Played AAU ball under coach Stan Kowalewski for the North Carolina Gaters ... Also a standout track performer for the Warhorses ... Participated in the 200 meters, long jump, triple jump and high jump ... Finished second in the state 2A meet in the high jump, clearing 6-6 in 2004 ... A good student who ranked 26th in a class of 280.

Personal
Given name is David Michael Weaver ... Son of David, Sr. and Cynthia Weaver ... Has one sibling, an older sister ... Born Oct. 9, 1987 in Asheville, N.C. ... Graduated with a degree in sociology ... Nicknames are "Weave" and "Dream Weave" ... Has worn No. 44 since high school ... Has a 7-3 arm span and reaches nine feet standing flat-footed ... Committed verbally to the Deacons in September 2003.

 

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