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Dillard was known as an excellent three-point shooter, and he set a Southeastern Conference record for most three pointers in a game (12 against Delaware State in 1993), which lasted for 16 years. He was known to fans as Al "3-D" Dillard, and even wore jersey #3. In addition, he was sometimes known by the nickname "Deadeye", also a recognition of his three-point shooting prowess. And now he coaches AAU Basketball.
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