Averaged 13.1 points and 2.4s assist per game, ranking second on the team in both categories and setting career bests in both statistics.
Played in all 29 games for the Horned Frogs, earning the starting spot at the offguard position in each of the last 20 contests.
Saw 28.4 minutes of work per game and played at least 30 minutes in 15 of the final 19 contests.
Led the team in scoring a team-high 12 times and reached double figures in points on 20 occasions.
Hit at least three three-pointers in more than half of the team's games (16 of 29).
After starting the year 1-for-3, made 26 consecutive free throws until missing his final of three efforts against Houston on Jan. 13.
Connected on 48 of his last 50 (.960) from the charity stripe to finish the year with a percentage of .925 (49-for-53).
Drained a career-best seven three-pointers en route to a 27-point performance vs. Houston on Feb. 28.
Swished his first four three-point attempts en route to a game-high 20 points in an 85-79 victory at Marquette on Feb. 3.
Drained a career-high and TCU season-high 29 points against Southern Miss, the most points by a TCU player since Junior Blount scored 33 on Nov. 24, 2002 against SMU.
Was 10-for-10 from the line against USM, becoming just the 13th player in school history to be perfect from the line with at least 10 attempts.
Poured in 18 points (16 in the second half) at Texas Tech, his former school, on Dec. 10.
Made the most of his first TCU start, netting a then-career-high 26 points against Grambling State on Dec. 29.
Made his first five three point attempts and finished 10-of-14 from the field against the Tigers.
Tallied 17 points and made all three of his trey attempts against Stephen F. Austin on Dec. 8.
Tied for the team lead in points (14) and had a team-best eight assists in his first game as a Horned Frog on Nov. 22 against Texas-Arlington.
Went 32-for-59 (.542) from the field in a six-game stretch from Dec. 6 through Dec. 29.
Connected on a team-best 76 treys, a figure that ranked sixth among all Conference USA players and tied for fifth on TCU's all-time single-season list.
Was 76-for-192 from three-point range (.396).
Sat out the 2002-03 season as a redshirt.
Previous College Career
Played two seasons at Texas Tech, averaging 3.7 points and 1.7 assists per contest.
Appeared in a total of 51 games, starting 10 times.
Was a solid free throw shooter, knocking down 23 free throws in 30 attempts, a percentage of 76.7.
Played in 24 games, averaging 2.0 points per contest.
Earned starts against UTEP and Iowa State.
Scored 47 points during the season, including a season-high 13 at Kansas.
Also reached double figures at Texas, coming off the bench to score 10 points in eight minutes.
Shot 41.4 percent from beyond the three-point line, knocking down 12 three-pointers in 29 attempts.
Had a season-high six assists in Tech's win over UTEP.
Averaged 5.3 points in 27 games played as a true freshman.
Started eight contests, earning his first career start against New Mexico State.
Reached double figures in points in six games, including five straight from Dec. 21 to Jan. 9.
Scored 15 points in games against New Mexico State and TCU during the double-figure scoring streak.
Hit 32 three-pointers during the season, including 15 threes in the stretch of games from Oral Roberts through New Mexico State.
Hit a three-pointer that broke a 63-63 tie in Tech's 71-65 win over NMSU.
Scored 13 points against seventh-ranked Kansas.
Ended the season with 57 assists and 23 steals.
Had a career-high seven assists vs. Prairie View A&M in his first collegiate outing.
High School Career
Was a USA Today honorable mention All-America selection following his senior season.
Rated eighth among Texas High School seniors.
Was an all-region and a First-Team All-District 5-5A pick as a junior and senior.
Averaged 13 points and seven assists per game as a junior.
Helped lead South Grand Prairie to a 20-11 record.
Named MVP of the Fort Worth Lions Tournament.
Was selected to the adidas Big Time All-Tournament Team.