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Southeastern Conference Career Leaders and Records for 2-Point Field Goal Attempts

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Leaders and Records: Single SeasonCareerYearly

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Leaders are based on stats from the 1993-94 through 2015-16 seasons.
Stats include all games played.

Since 1993-94

Rank Player 2PA From To Last School
1.Tasmin Mitchell 1317 2006 2010 LSU
2.Erwin Dudley 1294 2000 2003 Alabama
3.Justin Reed 1267 2001 2004 Ole Miss
4.JaMychal Green 1167 2009 2012 Alabama
5.Ronald Dupree 1153 2000 2003 LSU
6.Devan Downey 1131 2006 2010 South Carolina
7.Murphy Holloway 1119 2009 2013 Ole Miss
8.Udonis Haslem 1081 1999 2002 Florida
9.Glen Davis 1058 2005 2007 LSU
10.Jeffery Taylor 1057 2009 2012 Vanderbilt
11.Alex Tyus 1032 2008 2011 Florida
12.Derek Hood 1031 1996 1999 Arkansas
13.Jason Smith 1014 1996 1999 Ole Miss
14.Carlos Powell 1003 2002 2005 South Carolina
15.Jermareo Davidson 997 2004 2007 Alabama
16.Darian Townes 984 2005 2008 Arkansas
17.Patrick Patterson 981 2008 2010 Kentucky
18.Marquis Daniels 980 2000 2003 Auburn
19.Alonzo Gee 979 2006 2009 Alabama
 Charles Rhodes 979 2005 2008 Mississippi State
21.Dametri Hill 949 1994 1996 Florida
22.Corliss Williamson 945 1993 1995 Arkansas
23.Gavin Ware 942 2013 2016 Mississippi State
24.Jarvis Summers 931 2012 2015 Ole Miss
25.David Lee 929 2002 2005 Florida
 Johnny O'Bryant 929 2012 2014 LSU
 Patric Young 929 2011 2014 Florida
28.Jarvis Varnado 926 2007 2010 Mississippi State
29.Trey Thompkins 920 2009 2011 Georgia
30.Ansu Sesay 911 1995 1998 Ole Miss
31.Dwayne Curtis 903 2004 2008 Ole Miss
32.Matt Freije 897 2001 2004 Vanderbilt
33.Damian Jones 889 2014 2016 Vanderbilt
34.Tyrone Washington 886 1996 1999 Mississippi State
35.Ron Slay 876 2000 2003 Tennessee
36.Richard Hendrix 873 2006 2008 Alabama
 Trevor Releford 873 2011 2014 Alabama
38.A.J. Ogilvy 872 2008 2010 Vanderbilt
 Carlos Strong 872 1994 1996 Georgia
40.Wayne Chism 869 2007 2010 Tennessee
 Melvin Watson 869 1995 1998 South Carolina
42.Vincent Yarbrough 868 1999 2002 Tennessee
43.Craig Sword 867 2013 2016 Mississippi State
44.Marshawn Powell 866 2010 2013 Arkansas
45.Mario Austin 844 2001 2003 Mississippi State
 Rahim Lockhart 844 1998 2001 Ole Miss
47.Austin Bates 835 1994 1998 Vanderbilt
48.B.J. Mckie 834 1996 1999 South Carolina
49.Sundiata Gaines 830 2005 2008 Georgia
50.Shandon Anderson 827 1993 1996 Georgia
51.Brandon Crump 825 2002 2005 Tennessee
 Jamont Gordon 825 2006 2008 Mississippi State
53.Isiah Victor 823 1998 2001 Tennessee
54.Chuck Hayes 821 2002 2005 Kentucky
55.Erick Dampier 819 1994 1996 Mississippi State
56.Korvotney Barber 812 2006 2009 Auburn
 Wayne Turner 812 1996 1999 Kentucky
58.Tony Kitchings 811 1999 2003 South Carolina
59.Kareem Reid 810 1996 1999 Arkansas
60.Travis Leslie 809 2009 2011 Georgia
61.Tayshaun Prince 798 1999 2002 Kentucky
62.Keith Bogans 792 2000 2003 Kentucky
63.Brandon Wharton 788 1996 1999 Tennessee
64.Jamaal Magloire 784 1997 2000 Kentucky
65.Rasheem Barrett 782 2006 2009 Auburn
66.Steve Hamer 781 1993 1996 Tennessee
67.Jarnell Stokes 773 2012 2014 Tennessee
68.Horatio Webster 772 1997 1998 Mississippi State
69.Pat Burke 768 1994 1997 Auburn
 Storm Warren 768 2009 2012 LSU
71.Brian Williams 766 1996 1999 Alabama
72.Ronnie Brewer 761 2004 2006 Arkansas
 Doc Robinson 761 1997 2000 Auburn
74.C.J. Black 739 1997 2000 Tennessee
 Jonathon Modica 739 2003 2006 Arkansas
76.Senario Hillman 738 2008 2011 Alabama
77.Matt Bonner 736 2000 2003 Florida
 Rolando Howell 736 2001 2004 South Carolina
79.Tre Kelley 735 2004 2007 South Carolina
80.Charles Mann 733 2013 2016 Georgia
 Charles Thomas 733 2005 2008 Arkansas
 Kennedy Winston 733 2003 2005 Alabama
83.Tyler Smith 730 2007 2010 Tennessee
84.Erik Daniels 726 2001 2004 Kentucky
85.Jeremy Price 723 2008 2011 Georgia
86.Randolph Morris 721 2005 2007 Kentucky
87.Al Horford 720 2005 2007 Florida
88.Bobby Portis 719 2014 2015 Arkansas
89.Ronnie Henderson 703 1994 1996 LSU
90.Chris Denson 702 2011 2014 Auburn
 Sindarius Thornwell 702 2014 2016 South Carolina
92.Drew Maddux 701 1995 1998 Vanderbilt
93.Tony Mitchell 700 2010 2012 Alabama
94.Josh Richardson 697 2012 2015 Tennessee
95.Kenny Boynton 693 2010 2013 Florida
96.Jeremy Hays 692 1997 2001 Alabama
 Terrence Jones 692 2011 2012 Kentucky
98.Chris Daniels 691 2001 2004 Georgia
99.Rod Grizzard 689 2000 2002 Alabama
100.Jordan Mickey 687 2014 2015 LSU
101.Mike Washington 685 2007 2010 Arkansas
102.Levi Randolph 683 2012 2015 Alabama
103.Dan Langhi 681 1997 2000 Vanderbilt
 Kenny Walker 681 2000 2003 Alabama
105.Tony Delk 676 1993 1996 Kentucky
106.Marco Killingsworth 675 2002 2006 Auburn
107.Rob Chubb 674 2010 2013 Auburn
108.Armani Moore 673 2013 2016 Tennessee
109.Chuck Davis 669 2003 2006 Alabama
110.Wes Flanigan 668 1994 1997 Auburn
 Jordan McRae 668 2011 2014 Tennessee
112.Julian Terrell 667 2003 2006 Vanderbilt
113.Joakim Noah 665 2005 2007 Florida
 Scott Pohlman 665 1998 2001 Auburn
115.Chris Warren 663 2008 2011 Ole Miss
116.Maurice Carter 653 1996 1999 LSU
117.Chandler Parsons 651 2008 2011 Florida
118.Lakeem Jackson 650 2010 2013 South Carolina
119.Jules Camara 649 1999 2003 Kentucky
120.DeWayne Reed 648 2007 2010 Auburn
121.Terrance Henry 647 2009 2012 Ole Miss
122.Chris Porter 646 1999 2000 Auburn
123.Michael Carrera 645 2013 2016 South Carolina
 Scotty Hopson 645 2009 2011 Tennessee
125.Tarence Kinsey 644 2003 2006 South Carolina