Is just nine games shy of 100 career games played heading into his final collegiate season.
Has averaged 3.4 points and 1.3 rebounds per game over his three years at TCU.
Owns postseason playing experience, seeing action in five conference tournament contests and three National Invitation Tournament games.
Enjoyed his best season in 2005-06 as he set personal bests in scoring average (5.6 ppg) and doubled his rebounding total (61) from his first two years combined.
Saw duty in all 31 games during the year and averaged 16.8 minutes per contest.
Played double figures in minutes in 29 of the 31 games, including 28 straight to open the campaign.
Scored in double figures five times, which included back-to-back games at the Las Vegas Holiday Invitational (vs. Oklahoma State and Drake).
His 10 points against Oklahoma State were his most since December of 2003, a span of 51 games.
Set a career high in points by pouring in 19 against Drake in just 22 minutes of play.
Also established personal bests with six rebounds and three assists in the contest.
Drained 4-of-5 3-point field goals attempted and 3-of-4 free throws against the Bulldogs.
Averaged 10.5 points per game in a six-game hot stretch after being held without a point in the season opener.
Led all players in scoring with 12 points at SMU on Dec. 30 and chipped in 11 points against Tulane in another nonconference clash.
Reached double figures for the first time ever in a league game with 11 points at Mountain West Conference champion San Diego State on Feb. 18.
Tied a career high in minutes played (26) and posted a blocked shot on the Aztecs' home floor.
Equaled his career best with three assists against Colorado State on Jan. 21.
Appeared in 31 of 35 games, including all of TCU's conference tournament and NIT contests.
Averaged 1.4 points and 0.7 rebounds in 5.0 minutes of action per game.
Played double figures in minutes on five occasions and averaged 5.4 points in those games.
Played just 15 minutes over the last six contests after scoring six points in a season-high 14 minutes of work vs. USF on Mar. 2.
Had a season-high nine points on 3-of-4 shooting from 3-point range against Cincinnati on Feb. 26.
Had seven-point games against Arkansas-Pine Bluff and Texas State on a combined 6-for-12 shooting from the field.
Had two assists and two steals against Maryland-Eastern Shore on Dec. 21.
Saw significant playing time as a true freshman, appearing in all 29 games and averaging 11.0 minutes per contest.
Averaged 3.2 points and 1.3 rebounds per game on the year.
Connected on 18 of his 51 3-point attempts (.353).
Poured in a then-career-best 16 points in 21 minutes against Grambling State on Dec. 29, going 6-for-10 from the field, including 4-of-7 from 3-point range.
Followed up his 16-point performance with 11 points against Vanderbilt on Jan. 3.
Was 10-for-18 (.556) from the field in the two games, including 7-for-13 (.538) from beyond the 3-point circle.
Entered the scoring column in each of his first five games as a Horned Frog.
Made his official TCU debut against Texas-Arlington on Nov. 22, scoring five points and adding two rebounds.
Had a fine game in early December, registering eight points and a season-high four boards in 10 minutes of work against Murray State.
Had five points in 14 minutes against the Cougars in his return to his native Houston on Jan. 13.
Connected on a key 3-pointer in the second half of TCU's 85-79 victory over Marquette in Milwaukee, Wis., on Feb. 3.
Saw 11 minutes of playing time in the Frogs' upset of 10th-ranked Louisville on Feb. 17.
Scored five points and added three rebounds against No. 1 Kansas on Dec. 1.
Scored seven points in 14 minutes of play at UAB in the regular-season finale.
High School Career
Was rated as the fifth-best senior in the state of Texas while playing for Houston's Aldine Nimitz High School.
Was listed as a top-five player in Houston by the Houston Chronicle following the 2002-03 season.
Was a first team All-Greater Houston and all-region selection.
Earned second team all-state accolades his senior campaign.
Averaged 20 points per game during his senior year, a number that increased to 23 per game in district play.
Was voted the district's MVP.
Posted 15 points and seven rebounds per game his junior year.
Played on the 2003 Global Games Select Team.
Was the top scorer on the Houston Select team following his junior year.
Was coached in high school by Randy Gilmer.