Dr. Phillips HS
Declared for the NBA Draft on April 28, 2013
Lute Olson National Player of the Year | Bob Cousy Award finalist (top 5) | Wooden Award finalist (top 15) | Naismith Player of the Year candidate (top 30) | Second Team All-America (AP, NABC, ESPN) | John Wooden All-America | Third Team All-America (Sporting News) | Lute Olson All-America | Lefty Driesell Defensive All-American | USBWA All-District IV Team | ACC Player of the Year (Coaches, Sports Illustrated, ESPN) | All-ACC First Team (ASCMA, Coaches, ESPN) | All-ACC Defensive Team (ASCMA, Coaches) | ACC Tournament MVP | ACC All-Tournament First Team | Basketball Times All-District (South) | Oscar Robertson National Player of the Week – Feb. 4 | ACC Player of the Week – Feb. 4
All-ACC Freshman Team | ACC Rookie of the Week – Dec. 5
Larkin career stats
Averaged 11.2 points, 3.6 assists, 3.2 rebounds, 1.8 steals in 31.3 minutes in 68 career games at Miami … Hit 43.8 percent (256-of-585) from the field, 37.5 percent (101-of-269) from 3-point arc and 80.8 percent (147-of-182) at the line … Career highs: 28 points vs. North Carolina, 3/17/13; 10 rebounds vs. Duke 1/23/13; 9 assists twice, last vs. Pacific 3/22/13; 6 steals three times, last vs. Arizona, 12/23/12; 2 blocked shots at Virginia Tech, 1/20/13; 8 free throws three times, last vs. North Carolina, 3/17/13; 5 3-pointers twice, last vs. North Carolina 2/9/13; 41 minutes twice, last vs. Indiana State 12/25/12 … ACC career highs: 25 points twice, last at Duke 3/2/13; 10 rebounds vs. Duke 1/23/13; 9 assists vs. North Carolina 2/9/13; 6 steals at North Carolina, 1/10/12; 2 blocked shots at Virginia Tech, 1/30/13; 8 free throws vs. Florida State 2/26/12; 5 3-point field goals twice, last vs. North Carolina 2/9/13; 41 minutes vs. Maryland, 2/1/12.
As a Sophomore (2012-13)
Larkin 2012-13 game-by-game stats
Ranked nationally in steals per game (49), assist-to-turnover ratio (86), assists per game (96), field goal percentage (111) and 3-point field goals made per game (238) … Ranked in the top 15 in the ACC in six statistical categories: steals (1), minutes played (2), assist-to-turnover ratio (3), assists (4), 3-point field goals made (10) and scoring (14) … Put his name in Miami’s season record books in steals (3rd), games started (t3rd), assists (4th) and minutes played (4th) … Led Miami in points (522), assists (164), and for the second-straight year in steals (71) … Posted the most steals (71) in a UM season since Jerome Scott’s 77 in 1991-92 … Recorded the most assists (164) in a season since John Salmons (195) in 2001-02 … Posted nine assists against Pacific for the most by a Cane in an NCAA tournament game … Scored 28 and 23 points in a pair of ACC tournament games, two of the top three best outings in the conference tournament by a UM player … Seven assists against UNC tie the best mark by a Cane in ACC tournament … Averaged 13.7 points, 6.0 assists, 3.0 rebounds, 1.7 steals in three NCAA tournament games … Posted 23.7 points, 5.0 rebounds, 5.0 assists, 2.3 steals while shooting 51.1 percent from the field, 45.0 percent from three and 88.9 percent at the line in the ACC tournament … Recorded one double-double this season with 18 points and 10 rebounds against Duke on Jan. 23 … Led or tied the Canes in points 13 times, assists in all but six games, steals 21 times and rebounds three times … Holds team season highs in points (522), scoring average (14.5), 3-point field goals made (69), free throws made (87), assists (164), steals (71) and minutes (1,311) … Improved overall shooting from freshman to sophomore year 36.0 to 47.9 percent and 3-pointers from 32.3 to 40.6 percent … Doubled total assists from 81 as a rookie to 164 as a sophomore and points from 7.4 ppg to 14.5 ppg … Second on the team with 13.8 points per game in ACC play, led team in assists (87), steals (32) and minutes (654) … Made 48.9 percent of shots in ACC play and 38.1 percent from distance … Season highs: 28 points vs. North Carolina; 5 3-point field goals twice – vs. UNC and at Virginia Tech; 1.000 free throw percentage, hitting 8-of-8 vs. UNC; 10 rebounds vs. Duke; 9 assists twice – vs. Pacific and UNC; 6 steals vs. Arizona; 2 blocked shots at Virginia Tech … Scored 20+ points eight times … Recorded 5+ assists 11 times, 7+ rebounds three times and 3+ steals 11 times … Started 35 of 36 games, only missing the top five on senior night … One of six players to score 20+ points in a game … One of six Canes to grab 10+ rebounds in an outing.
As a Freshman (2011-12)
Larkin 2011-12 game-by-game stats
Selected to the All-ACC Freshman Team … Fifth in the ACC – the only rookie in the Top 10 – in steals per game (1.6) … Earned ACC Rookie of the Week honors on Dec. 5 after games at Purdue and against UMass … Of all ACC rookies, was sixth in scoring and second in assists … Averaged 7.4 points, 2.5 assists, 2.5 rebounds and 1.6 steals overall in his rookie campaign … In ACC play, averaged 5.3 points, 2.6 assists, 2.1 rebounds and 1.4 steals … Shot 36.0 percent from the field, 32.3 from distance and led the Canes with his 85.7 percent at the line … Led the team in steals and was second in assists per game … Second on the team in NIT games with 10.0 ppg … Led UM in the ACC Tournament with 14.0 points, eight assists and four steals in a pair of games … Missed the first game of the season following his transfer from DePaul in the summer. Received an NCAA waiver a few hours prior to the game against Rutgers (Nov. 15) that allowed him to play immediately. Recorded season-high 18 points against UNC-Greensboro on Jan. 2, hitting a trio of threes and a perfect 7-of-7 at the stripe … Twice notched 16 points – vs. FSU on March 9 and at Purdue on Nov. 29 … Hit four threes at Purdue and eight free throws vs. Florida State on Feb. 26, both season bests … Grabbed a season-high eight rebounds vs. FSU (3/9) … Notched 10 double-digit scoring outings in 32 games … Tallied 24 multi-assist games, including nine games with four or more handouts … Grabbed three or more steals nine times, twice snatching six … Led (or tied) for the team lead in scoring twice, assists 13 times, steals 16 times and rebounds once … Started the season 11-of-11 at the FT line, then was 36-38 midway through the season … Scored 13 of Miami’s 15 points from 14:27 to 10:45 in the second half at Purdue. In that span, Larkin hit a trio of threes, a jumper and two free throws … Scored 12 consecutive points during a 1:27 span that helped the Hurricanes rally from a seven-point deficit early in the second half against UNCG. Larkin hit three 3-pointers and converted three free throws after being fouled on an attempted 3- pointer with 13:54 remaining. Larkin’s free throws put Miami ahead for good at 68-67 … Scored three points in his first possession each of his first three games with the Canes. In his debut, Larkin drained a three moments after he stepped on the court for the first time in a collegiate game. Against UNF, Larkin made a driving layup, then hit the and-one free throw for his first three points of the game. Against FGCU, Larkin again drained a long ball for his first points of the game.
Averaged 18.8 points, 6.4 rebounds, 6.3 assists and 3.5 steals per game as a senior at Dr. Phillips High in Orlando, Fla. … Ended high school career with a school record 320 steals and was second in career scoring behind 2010-11 All-SEC selection Chris Warren (Ole Miss) … Two-time all-state player … Twice was 6A Player of the Year runner up … Ranked among the Top 20 point guards in the country by Scout.com … The No. 72 overall player in the nation, according to Scout.com … Led his team to a 27-6 record his senior season, advancing to the state championship game for the second consecutive year … Three-time district champions … Regional champion.
Born DeShane Larkin on Oct. 2, 1992, but goes by Shane … Son of Lisa and Barry Larkin, the former Cincinnati Reds 12-time All-Star shortstop and Hall of Fame player … Brother to Cymber and Brielle … Enjoys listening to music and playing video games … Deion Sanders, Larkin’s favorite athlete growing up, gave him the nickname SugaShane … Comes from a long lineage of athletes, including his father as well as his uncles Byron Larkin (Xavier basketball), Mike Larkin (Notre Dame football) and Steve Larkin (Texas baseball) … Larkin originally committed to DePaul in 2010, but was granted a release from the school in August 2011 … He was also recruited by Boston College, George Mason, Colorado and Florida State.