K.C. Caudill

Center • 6-11 / 211 cms • 272 lbs / 123 kgs
Brea Olinda High School ‘11
Brea, California

USA Basketball
• Member of the 2010 USA Youth Olympic Games Team that finished with a 5-2 record and in fourth place at the inaugural Youth Olympic Games in Singapore.
• Participated in the MDNT 2010 spring training, June 18-20 in San Antonio, Texas.
• Participated in the MDNT 2009 spring training, June 6-12 in Colorado Springs, Colo.
• Named to the 2009-10 USA Basketball Men’s Developmental National Team on May 28, 2009.

College Notes
• Lists Arizona State, Californina, Oregon State and UCLA among his college choices.

• Namded 2010 All-Century League; All-CIF and All-County.
• Earned 2009 All-CIF Division 3A second team honors.
• Named 2008 and 2009 All-Century League first team.
• Named by the Orange County Register as an All-Orange County Top 5 Sophomores.

High School Notes
• Attends Brea Olinda High School (Calif.), where he averaged 17.5 ppg., 12.0 rpg., 1.2 apg., 2.2 bpg. and .43 spg as a junior in 2009-10.
• Averaged 16.3 ppg., 12.0 rpg. and 2.7 bpg. as a sophomore in 2008-09.
• Helped his team advance to the second round of the 2009 CIF Class 3A Tournament.
• Competes in the Brea Olinda Unified School District, finished the 2008-09 season with a 15-14 record.
• During his three-year prep career, compiled 1262 points, 892 rebounds; 90 assists, 219 blocks and 63 steals in 84 games.
• In 2007-08 Brea Olinda went 19-8, averaged 12.0 ppg and 8.3 rpg.
• Competes in the summer for Pump ‘n Run, also played for Quick Shot Hoops (2005-07), Rising Stars (2004-05), Young Guns (2003-04) and won the 2005 AAU national championship for 12U.

The Personal Scoop
• Born Kyle Caudill on May 12, 1993, in Fullerton, Calif.
• Son of Cameron and Rebecca Caudill, has a younger sister, Katy (13).
• Nephew of ASU softball coach Clint Myers and cousin of former ASU baseball All-American and minor-leaguer Casey Myers.
• Attends the same high school as 2009 USA Women’s U16 National Team member Justine Hartman.
• A member of the National Honor Society and has earned his school’s President’s Award and is on the Principal’s List for academics.
• Has post-basketball ambitions of going to law school.
• Favorite sports other than basketball: baseball and hockey.
• Favorite food: tacos.
• Favorite magazines: Sports Illustrated, ESPN the Magazine and GQ.
• Favorite personal memento: a bookmark brought from London by my great grandmother.
• Favorite basketball player of all-time: Bill Russell.
• Favorite team: Indiana Pacers.
• Favorite non-basketball Olympian: Jason Lezak.
• Strangest place ever played hoops: in Memphis on an outdoor court in a field with nothing else around it.
• Best player I’ve ever faced: John Wall.
• I want to play one-on-one against: George Mikan.
• The most impressive person I ever met: my grandfather, he’s a great example of a self-made man.
• Always at my bedside is: whatever book I happen to be reading.
• Always in my fridge: Gatorade.
• One piece of clothing I can’t live without: my hats.
• Most interesting place ever visited: New York City because of the diversity.
• Away from basketball I enjoy: reading, watching movies, golfing.
• Superstitions: I do 20 pushups and 50 situps before each game.
• Can’t live without: phone.
• Most people don’t know: I’m color blind.
• This ambidextrous player wears No. 22 because it’s what his cousin Casey wore at Arizona State.