Averaged 5.0 points and 3.2 rebounds per game in his first season with the Horned Frogs.
Played 16.8 minutes per contest, making him the most used player off the TCU bench.
Started each of the first nine games at the small forward position before being used as a substitute in the last 20.
Finished fifth on the squad in points per game (5.0) and fourth in steals with 21.
Was a key cog in the Horned Frogs' victory at Marquette on Feb. 3, scoring a career-high 15 points on 5-of-7 shooting.
Went 3-for-4 from three-point range, including a second-half dagger that came from just in front of the TCU bench.
Struggled from beyond the three-point line for much of the season and finished the year 15-for-67 (.224).
Was solid from the free throw line, making 76.9 percent of his shots (30-of-39), including 15-of-18 during a hot stretch.
Secured a career-high seven rebounds and added six points at Memphis on Mar. 3.
Posted eight points and dragged down six boards at Cincinnati on Jan. 14.
Scored five points and added three rebounds in his TCU debut against UT-Arlington on Nov. 22.
Tallied seven points and three steals in the Stephen F. Austin game on Dec. 8.
Had three steals on three separate occasions, most recently against Charlotte on Feb. 25.
Set a career high with three blocked shots against Arkansas State on Dec. 22.
Previous College Career
Averaged 16.8 points and 5.7 rebounds last year for Lon Morris Junior College.
Was a second-team all-conference honoree, and helped lead his team to the National Junior College Tournament.
Was a Street & Smith's preseason second-team junior-college All-America selection.
Was on the 2002 Region XIV Men's Basketball Tournament Championship team that advanced to the NJCAA National Tournament Elite Eight.
Was an all-region selection his freshman and sophomore years.
High School Career
Was a standout performer at South Grand Prairie High School where he starred with current TCU teammate Marcus Shropshire.
Named to the all-area team his sophomore, junior and senior years.
Averaged 19 points per contest as a senior.