Career at Tulsa -- A three-year letterwinner and two-year starter . . . has played in all 91 games since coming to Tulsa . . . has started 53 career games . . . has career averages of 8.4 points (764) and 3.7 rebounds (333) in 91 career games . . . has 34 career double-figure scoring games and three double-digit rebounding games . . . has four 20+ career scoring games . . . has 17 career games with two or more blocked shots . . . ranks eighth on the school's all-time blocks chart with 70 blocked shots . . . enters the season needing nine more blocks to move into seventh place.
In the Postseason -- Played in both NCAA Tournament games his freshman season . . . had one rebound and two assists in a first round victory against Dayton . . . had three points in a second round game against Wisconsin.
2004-05 -- Played in all 29 games and started 28 contests . . . the only game in which he did not start was the home season finale on Senior Day against San Jose State . . . averaged 13.3 points, 4.7 rebounds and 1.0 blocked shots . . . had 18 double-figure scoring games and four 20+ scoring games . . . led Tulsa in scoring in eight games and in blocked shots nine times . . . had a career-best 39 points vs. SMU, and added 8 rebounds . . . his 39 points was the most for a Tulsa player since Jim King scored 39 points in December 18, 1962 against Adams State . . . had 24 first-half points in the SMU game, which bettered his previous career-high for an entire game . . . had 23 points at Hawaii (1-29-05) and added 8 rebounds . . . had 23 points on 11-of-14 from the field against Lamar (12-22-04), and added six rebounds and two assists . . . tallied 19 points three times on the year against Prairie View A&M, Wichita State and Oklahoma . . . also had a season-high nine rebounds vs. Prairie View A&M . . . had 15 points, six rebounds and a career-high 5ive blocks, while shooting .583 from the field in a win over UTEP (2-3-05) . . . tallied a team-high 18 points vs. Nevada (1-20-05) on 8-of-13 from the field in the first meeting . . . had 16 points, five rebounds and two blocks at Rice (1-15-05) . . . had team-highs of 17 points and nine rebounds against New Mexico State . . . had 19 points, six rebounds, two assists and two steals vs. Oklahoma (12-28-04 . . . had 17 points and added three rebounds in 35 minutes vs. Wright State (11-16-04) in the season opener.
2003-04 -- Played in all 29 games and started 25 contests . . . averaged 10.5 points, 4.8 rebounds and 0.9 blocked shots in 28.4 minutes per game . . . had 16 double-figure scoring games, including 12 of the final 17 games . . . had three double-figure rebounding games . . . had a team-high 16 points and added three rebounds at San Jose State (2-27-04) . . . had 17 points and four rebounds at Hawaii (2-27-04) . . . tallied 17 points, three rebounds and two steals against Rice (2-14-04) . . . totaled 18 points and eight rebounds vs. Nevada (2-2-04) . . . had eight points, 11 rebounds, two steals and two blocks vs. Hawaii (1-31-04) . . . totaled 14 points, three rebounds and two blocks vs. San Jose State (1-29-04) . . . had 14 points, eight rebounds and three assists at Fresno State (1-24-04) . . . totaled a team-high 18 points and added six rebounds at Nevada (1-22-04) . . . had his first career double-double with 16 points and a career-best 11 rebounds vs. Rice (1-17-04), while adding four steals and a season-best four blocks . . . tallied 16 points and tied a career-best nine rebounds vs. Boise State (1-10-04) . . . scored 12 points, five rebounds and two blocks vs. Arkansas to snap a streak of four games of not scoring in double-figures . . . was named the WAC Player of the Week for his performances vs. TCU and Oklahoma, while averaging 15.5 points, 6.0 rebounds and 2.5 blocks, and shooting .789 from the field . . . tallied 19 points, nine rebounds, three blocks and three steals vs. TCU . . . scored 12 points vs. Oklahoma and added three rebounds and two blocks . . . had 16 points, eight rebounds, two assists and two steals vs. Georgia State . . . had his first career start in the season opener with two points and three rebounds in 15 minutes vs. Northwestern (La.) State.
2002-03 -- Played in all 33 games . . . was the only freshman to play in every game . . . averaged 2.3 points and 1.8 rebounds per game in 8.8 minutes per game . . . had 15 steals, 14 assists and 13 blocks . . . in the final 16 games of the season, he averaged 3.4 points and 2.2 rebounds in increased playing time of 10.5 minutes per game . . . had four points, three rebounds and one block vs. Hawaii (3-14-03) in the WAC quarterfinals . . . tallied a career-best eight points in 18 minutes vs. UTEP (3-13-03), while adding three rebounds, two assists and two blocks . . . had four points vs. Fresno State (3-5-03) . . . also had four points and four rebounds in 14 minutes vs. San Jose State (3-1-03) . . . had six points and had a season-high seven rebounds in 14 minutes vs. UTEP (2-15-03) . . . had six rebounds and two blocks in 17 minutes vs. Boise State (2-13-03) . . . had five points in 10 minutes against Rice (2-8-03) . . . tallied six points in 14 minutes vs. Hawaii (2-1-03), and also had six points vs. Louisiana Tech (2-10-03) in 10 minutes . . . had 4 points, two rebounds and two steals in nine minutes vs. Louisiana Tech (1-23-03) . . . also had four points vs. Texas-Pan American and Kansas . . . had four rebounds each against Kansas and TCU.
High School -- Was a three-year letterwinner and two-year starter at The Woodlands High School . . . led his team to the state regional championship game as a senior . . . averaged 20.0 points and over 10 rebounds his senior season . . . also dished out 3.0 assists, had 2.5 blocks and 2.0 assists per game . . . shot 53-percent from the field during his senior season . . . was rated as the 12th best prospect in the state of Texas by Texas Hoops magazine entering his senior season . . . was named the District 15-5A MVP as a senior . . . earned first-team all-district honors both his junior and senior seasons . . . scored 14.0 points, grabbed 8.7 rebounds and had 3.8 blocks his junior campaign, while shooting 47-percent from the field . . . was his high school team's MVP twice . . . high school coach was Shawn Almond.
Personal -- Lists the Houston Rockets as his favorite NBA team . . . Tim Duncan of the San Antonio Spurs is his favorite NBA player . . .his favorite sport to play besides basketball is bowling . . . other than basketball, football is his favorite sport to watch . . . enjoys bowling, listening to music and playing video games . . . his favorite college arena is UTEP's Haskins Center . . . his favorite professional sports team is the Houston Texans, while Terrell Owens is his favorite professional athlete . . . favorite food is chicken . . . hide-n-seek was his favorite childhood game . . . majoring in communications . . . mother is Catherine Price . . . born on September 12, 1983 in Houston, Texas.
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