CAREER AT TULSA - A returning letterwinner.
2006-07 - Played in all 31 games and started 10 contests . . . averaged 4.1 points, 2.9 assists and 1.7 rebounds in 18.5 minutes . . . led Tulsa in assists a team-high 13 times . . . completed his freshman season ranked second on the school's all-time freshman assists list with 92 assists, falling five assists shy of tying Shea Seals (1993-94) for first place . . . led Tulsa in assists in seven of the final 16 games, including in five straight games . . . had a career-best 10 assists and added eight points and four rebounds vs. Tulane . . . that was the first double-digit assist game for a Tulsa player since Greg Harrington had 12 assists on this same date (Jan. 31) five years ago . . . tallied 16 points and a previous career-best eight assists and two steals vs. SMU . . . had seven points and three assists in 31 minutes at Memphis . . . had seven assists vs. Houston . . . tallied a season-best 17 points in 22 minutes at Arkansas . . . had seven points and added four assists and three rebounds vs. Lamar . . . had four points, four rebounds and six assists vs. Cal State Northridge in a season-high 32 minutes.
PREP SCHOOL - Played at Genesis Prep School in Mississippi during the 2005-06 season and averaged over 10 points and five assists . . . prep school coach was Victor Evans.
HIGH SCHOOL - Was a three-year letterwinner and starter at Fremont High School . . . averaged 15 points, 10 assists, four steals and three rebounds as a senior . . . was a two-time first-team all-city selection in Los Angeles as a junior and senior . . . was a McDonald's All-America nominee his senior season . . . earned conference co-MVP accolades as a senior while leading his team to a 22-3 record as a senior . . . high school coach was Sam Sullivan . . . also averaged 17 points while leading his AAU I-Can All-Stars team in assists, steals and at taking charges during the summer of 2005 . . . was also an all-city selection in track as a high jumper at Fremont High School with a career-best jump of 6-feet, 6-inches during his junior season.
PERSONAL - Favorite movie is He Got Game . . . his favorite NBA team is the Chicago Bulls . . . lists Baron Davis as his favorite NBA player . . . the best player he's played against was OJ Mayo . . . the three words he uses to best describe himself are "funny, nice and smart" . . . favorite food is pizza . . . majoring in arts & sciences . . . parents are Mark and Jackie Hill.
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