Versatile player who figures to have an even greater impact after having a season to adjust to the Division I level ... Has nine double-figure scoring games and one double-digit rebounding effort to his credit ... Played in all 35 games in his first year in Fort Worth, averaging 6.5 points and 4.1 rebounds per game ... One of eight players from the Bahamas playing Division I basketball last year.
Was one of just six TCU players to appear in all 35 games, and saw 17.1 minutes of work per game in a reserve role.
Averaged 6.5 points and 4.1 rebounds per outing on the year.
Tied for third on the team in 3-pointers made (14) and ranked third in defensive rebounds (98).
Reached double figures in nine games on the season, including five of the Frogs' first six contests.
Paced the team in scoring twice and in boards six times, with four of those rebounding efforts coming in the season's final eight games.
Notched a career-high 20 points in just 21 minutes against Maryland-Eastern Shore.
Made 8-of-10 shots from the floor in that game, including two 3-pointers.
Had 15 points and six boards against Grambling State and was 9-for-10 from the free throw line in that game.
Had double-figure scoring efforts in a pair of conference games, netting 14 at Charlotte and 13 at Houston.
Saw a season-high 24 minutes of work and scored 10 points in the Frogs' triumph over NCAA Tournament-bound Texas Tech.
Had 14 points and six rebounds as TCU upended Florida State in the Corpus Christi Challenge.
Recorded seven points and eight rebounds in the Frogs' overtime NIT victory at Western Michigan.
Posted a career-best 12 rebounds at Southern Miss on Mar. 5 and narrowly missed a double-double by tacking on eight points.
Made just 10 of his last 42 shots from the floor (.238) after starting the year 68-for-133 (.511).
Previous College Career
Played two seasons at Miami Dade Community College in Miami, Fla.
Was a first team all-Southern Conference selection in the Florida Community College Activities Association (FCCAA) as a sophomore.
Ranked ninth in the league in scoring (18.2), sixth in rebounding (9.1), eighth in field goal percentage (.580) and 23rd in free throw percentage (.772).
His 2003-04 rebounding figures ranked 24th, while his scoring numbers were 42nd nationally in the National Junior College Association of America (NJCAA).
Selected to play in the 2004 NJCAA Region 8 Sophomore All-Star Game.
Named the team's MVP following the season.
Averaged 7.0 points and 7.5 rebounds per contest as a freshman, ranking 20th in the FCCAA in rebounding.
High School Career
Played high school basketball at Fayetteville (Ark.) Christian for Brad Jones.
Averaged 29 points and 17 rebounds per game during his senior season of 2000-01, and was a first team all-state honoree in Class A.
Was rated the best high school player in the state of Arkansas in 2001 by one recruiting service.
Earned McDonald's All-American nomination his senior season.
Was named to the all-Arkansas second team by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
Was a two-time all-state (sophomore and senior) performer.
Selected to the all-district squad each of his final three years of high school.
Played his AAU basketball with the Atlanta Celtics in 2001.
Is originally from Nassau, Bahamas, and was a member of the 2001 Caricom (Caribbean) All-Stars.
Won the gold medal at the Junior Caricom Games and was issued the Most Valuable Player award in 2001.
Played for the Bahamas squad that competed in the 2002 Centrobasket Junior Championships.