Summer of 2013
was given the Jim Thorpe Award as the state's top high school boys basketball player at the All-State games.
scored nine points in the Oklahoma All-State game at the Mabee Center on July 29.
scored seven points, grabbed six rebounds and dished out two assists in pacing the Oklahoma All-Stars to a 101-95 victory over Team Texas in the Faith 7 game on June 8 in Shawnee.
participated in the ballislife All-American game on May 4 in Long Beach, Calif.
scored two points while recording three rebounds, three steals and two assists in 12 minutes at the Derby Classic on April 19 playing fo the Black team which won 124-113.
named MVP of the 2012 NBPA Top 100 Camp after leading his squad to the team championship.
averaged 19.8 points per game for the U.S. junior team at the Albert Schweitzer tournament in Mannheim, Germany, April 3-14, 2012.
the first player in the state of Oklahoma to win back-to-back Oklahoman Player of the Year award and just the second two-time honoree.
was a a four-time member of the Super 5 team, twice on first team (junior, senior) and twice on second team (freshman, sophomore).
was also the Gatorade Oklahoma Player of the Year in 2012 and '13.
his 3,312 points rank No. 5 all-time in Oklahoma high school history.
led state in scoring as a senior with 1,104 points, a 36.8 ppg average.
also had 390 assists to lead the state (13 assists per game).
led his team in scoring all four seasons and won four-straight Class 4A state championships.
a four-time member of the all-tournament team at the Class 4A state tournament and a three-time MVP (2010, '12 and 2013).
hit two game-clinching free throws for an 82-80 win over Roland in the state championship game his senior season; finished with 51 points (including nine three-pointers), six steals and five assists.
the 51 points are tied for the fourth most in any state tournament game.
scored 40 points in both the semifinals and finals of the state tournament his junior year, averaging 33 ppg during the tournament.
scored a career-high 65 points his junior year against Airline HS (Bossier City, La.), connecting on 27 of 27 FTs and 8 of 14 3FGs.
the following game, scored 51 against OKC Star Spencer, and also recorded 15 assists and eight steals.
scored 103 points over a five-quarter stretch during those two games.
in four seasons, his teams were a combined 106-10 (30-0 as a frosh, 25-4 as a soph, 24-3 as a junior and 27-3 as a senior).
was a four-star recruit and a consensus top-75 recruit according to all four major recruiting services.
chose OSU over a host of other colleges, including Baylor, Missouri, UCLA, Marquette, Oklahoma, Connecticut and Florida State.
Born Sept. 28, 1994, Stevie is the son of Dorshell Clark-Billbury. He has two sisters: Dayona and Danielle; and three brothers: Dominique, De'Angelo and Deondre. Stevie is contemplating a degree in business at Oklahoma State.