In his senior year, Khalid Reeves combined with Damon Stoudamire to give Arizona the top backcourt in the nation. Khalid led the Wildcats to the 1994 Final Four by averaging 24.2 points per game and setting the UA single-season scoring record with 823 points. He ended the NCAA Tournament with an average of 27.4 points per game and was named the West Regional Most Outstanding Player. Khalid also earned second team All-America honors from the Associated Press, USBWA, and the Sporting News and was a Wooden Award Finalist. He finished his career with 1,925 points, which puts him third on Arizona's career scoring list at the time of his induction. Khalid also held UA records in scoring average (24.2), season field goals made (276) and free throws (211). Due to his outstanding collegiate career here at Arizona, he was a NBA first round draft pick, number 12 overall, by the Miami heat.