Career at Tulsa –– A four-year letterwinner . . . played in 132 career games which ranks fifth on the school's all-time games played list . . . averaged 4.9 points and 5.0 rebounds during his career . . . ranks 11th on the school's career rebounding list with 662 career boards . . . had career-highs of 29 points his junior season at SMU (1-19-02) and 13 rebounds three times as a senior . . . had six double-doubles for his career, all coming as a junior . . . had 19 career double-digit scoring games and 13 career doublefigure rebounding games . . . had a career field goal percentage of .598.
In the Postseason –– Played in 12 postseason games . . . had postseason averages of 4.2 points and 3.9 rebounds . . . played in seven NCAA games and five NIT Tournament games . . . averaged 6.5 points and 7.0 rebounds in two NCAA Tournament games in 2003 . . . had 9 points and 9 rebounds vs. Wisconsin in the 2003 NCAA second round . . . had a 5.5 scoring average and pulled down 4.0 rebounds in two NCAA Tournaments games in 2002 . . . averaged 5.2 points and 4.0 rebounds in five NIT contests in 2001 . . . averaged 9.0 points and 5.0 rebounds in the NIT semifinal and final games . . . played in three NCAA Tournament games as a freshman in 2000, including UNLV, Cincinnati and North Carolina.
2002-03 –– Started 32 games . . . averaged 6.0 points and 7.0 rebounds per contest . . . led Tulsa in rebounding in 13 games . . . ranked ninth in the WAC in rebounding, and also ranked eighth in offensive and ninth for defensive rebounds . . . had 18 games with seven or more rebounds, including a career-best 13 rebounds three times . . . the last time came against Hawaii (3-14-03) in the WAC semifinals, while adding 8 points and a career-best 5 assists in 29 minutes . . . also had 13 rebounds against both Fresno State (1-1-03) and Boise State (1-18-03) . . . had two double-doubles . . . had his first double-double of the year with 14 points and 11 rebounds vs. UTEP (1-16-03) . . . then followed that with a season-high 16 points and career-best 13 rebounds vs. Boise State (1-18-03) . . . his streak of 37 straight starts ended against WSU . . . was back in the starting lineup vs. Kansas with 4 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 blocks.
2001-02 –– Averaged 8.2 points and a team-leading 6.7 rebounds . . . completed the season ranked seventh in the WAC in rebounding . . . had a team-leading .629 field goal percentage . . . started all 34 games . . . received his second collegiate start in the season opener vs. Grambling . . . had six double-doubles and 11 double-figure scoring games. . . . led Tulsa in rebounding in 17 games. . . tied his career-best 11 rebounds four times on the year . . . had 14 career double digit scoring games and eight career double-figure rebounding games . . . snapped a streak of six games not scoring in double digits with 10 points vs. Boise State (3-7-02) in the WAC Tournament . . . had 17 points and 7-of-8 from the field against Boise State (2-7-02) . . . totaled 14 points and 8 rebounds vs. Nevada (2-2-02) . . . had his sixth double-double vs. Hawaii with 15 points and 11 rebounds . . . had a career-best 29 points, and tied his career-high with 11 rebounds at SMU (1-19-02) . . . his 91.7 field goal percentage (11-of-12) was the sixth-best in the NCAA for the 2001-02 season . . . scored 18 straight points, all in the second half against SMU . . . tallied 10 points and 10 rebounds against Louisiana Tech (1-17-02), and added a career-best 3 blocked shots . . . tallied 8 points and 10 rebounds vs. Nevada . . . had 8 points, 8 rebounds and 2 steals vs. Kansas . . . had 11 points and 9 rebounds against Montana . . . had 19 points and added 10 rebounds against SW Missouri State . . . had his first career double-double vs. Grambling by tying his career-highs of 14 points and 11 rebounds . . . also had 14 points and 11 rebounds vs. ORU.
2000-01 -- Played in all 37 games . . . averaged 3.1 points and 3.6 rebounds in 14.3 minutes during his sophomore campaign . . . had a season-best of 10 points against Alabama in the NIT finals and a career-best 11 rebounds vs. UTEP (1-20-01) . . . his previous season-best was 8 points against Nevada (3-1-01) . . . shot .584 from the field on the season . . . had 12 games in which he grabbed five of more rebounds . . . had a career-best 3 steals against Prairie View A&M, and tied his career-high of 2 assists against TCU (2-1-01) . . . received his first collegiate start against SMU (2-3-01).
1999-00 –– Averaged 6.7 minutes in 28 games . . . averaged 2.5 points and 2.5 rebounds . . . shot .629 from the field (22-of-35) . . . saw his most extensive playing time of the year due to foul trouble against #11 Tennessee, and responded with 11 points and a career-high 7 rebounds in 17 minutes . . . before that game, he had been averaging 1.5 points and 2.2 rebounds in 4.2 minutes of action . . . had a career-best 14 points and added five rebounds in 14 minutes against North Texas . . . had six games with five or more rebounds . . . had seven points and four rebounds in eight minutes vs. UMKC . . . totalled four points and three rebounds in eight minutes vs. Rice in the WAC Tournament.
High School –– Was a three-year letterwinner at Grand Prairie High School . . . averaged 17.6 points and 12.3 rebounds as a senior . . . led his high school team to a 22-10 record as a senior . . . also averaged over two assists, steals and blocked shots per game his senior campaign . . . had a field goal shooting percentage of 63-percent, and also shot 69-percent from the free throw line . . . was a second-team all-state selection as a senior . . . had game-highs as a senior of 33 points, 21 rebounds, nine assists, nine steals and nine blocked shots. . . . was a first-team all-area and District 5-5A first-team performer his senior season . . . earned McDonald's Honorable Mention All-America merits as a senior . . . scored at a 15.0 clip his junior season and added 11 rebounds . . . earned first-team all-district and second-team all-area as a junior . . . high school coach was Barry Davis.
Personal –– Majoring in arts and sciences . . . born October 3, 1981.
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