Skilled big man who could see an increase in playing time as a junior ... Has been named to the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll in each of the last two seasons ... Is one of just five Horned Frogs who possesses Division I college starting experience.
Played in 30 of TCU's 35 games, averaging 5.4 minutes per outing.
Averaged 1.3 points and 1.2 rebounds per game.
Reached the 100-point plateau for his career with a free throw against Cincinnati and needs just one rebound to reach the same total.
Led the team in rebounds once, dragging down five against Maryland-Eastern Shore.
Scored a career-high nine points in just four minutes against No. 17 Louisville, going 3-for-3 from the field and 3-for-5 from the free throw line.
Was one short of a career-high rebounding total when he dragged down six vs. Shawnee State.
Matched career bests by recording two blocked shots in the season opener against Texas-Arlington and netting two steals in the Shawnee State tilt.
Scored in six consecutive games in December, posting 3.7 points per game over that time.
Saw double figures in minutes five times on the year, including a season-high 15 against Arkansas-Pine Bluff.
Went 3-for-7 from 3-point range after going just 4-for-21 from that distance as a freshman.
Did not see action for the first time in his career when the Frogs played Marquette on Feb. 9.
Gained valuable experience as a true freshman, seeing game action in all 29 contests while making one start.
Averaged 2.1 points and 2.1 rebounds in 11.7 minutes per game on the year.
Was a solid post defender who ended the year with double-figure totals in both steals (15) and blocked shots (11).
Led the team in charges taken with six.
Earned his first career start on Feb. 21 at East Carolina and played a season-high 22 minutes.
Matched his career high with two blocked shots against the Pirates.
Had eight points, three rebounds and two steals in eight minutes of play in his TCU debut against Texas-Arlington on Nov. 22.
Made the play of the game against UT-Arlington by making a steal at half court and dribbling down the floor for a thunderous slam.
Saw nine minutes of action against No. 1 Kansas and hit his first career 3-pointer.
Contributed six points and three rebounds in 17 minutes against No. 10 Cincinnati.
Played 20 minutes at Texas Tech on Dec. 10 and grabbed a career-high seven boards.
Scored three points and had one rebound against No. 10 Louisville on Feb. 17.
Set a personal best with three assists against Grambling State on Dec. 29.
Grabbed a team-high six boards and added five points against Vanderbilt on Jan. 3.
Was named to the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll in 2004.
Added more than 30 pounds to his frame from the preseason until the end of the 2003-04 campaign to go from 199 to 233.
High School Career
Tabbed as a first team all-stater as a senior for Tyler Grace Community High School.
Was a first team all-East Texas selection as well.
Posted 19.0 points, 12.3 rebounds, 6.1 assists and 2.5 blocks per game his final season.
Named academic all-state as well as second team all-state as a junior.
Averaged 17 points, 11 rebounds, and two blocks a game as junior, earning district MVP honors.
Was rated the state's 18th-best senior according to TexasHoops.com.
Led team to state championship game during his junior year.
Gave the Cougars the TAPPS 4A championship title by hitting a buzzer beater to earn a 42-40 victory in the finals.