Career Highlights: Finished ninth on Duke’s career chart for three-point field goal percentage (.392) and seventh with 217 three-pointers made. Also ranks 22nd at Duke with 1,595 career points. The Blue Devils were ranked No. 1 in the nation (AP poll) for 20 weeks during his four seasons. Had 88 double-figure scoring games.
Senior (2004-05): All-ACC Third Team selection and Honorable Mention ACC All-Defensive Team. Averaged 17.3 points in three NCAA Tournament games, including 18 points, five rebounds, two assists and five steals in 38 minutes vs. Michigan State in Sweet 16, and a game-high 22 points (4-of-7 three pointers) vs. Mississippi State in the second round. Named to the ACC All-Tournament First Team. Recorded 14 points, four rebounds and five assists to help Duke claim the ACC Championship vs. Georgia Tech. Scored 14 points and dished out a career-high 10 assists to record first career double-double in a win over Miami.
Junior (2003-04): Named to the ACC All-Tournament First Team and earned Honorable Mention All-ACC honors. Led ACC in three-point field goal percentage (.411), tied for seventh in three-point field goals per game (2.0 pg) and ranked 12th in the ACC with 1.4 steals per game. Stepped up for Duke in the postseason, averaging 18.3 points on .459 shooting (.538 from three-point range) in three ACC Tournament games. Averaged 13.0 points, 3.2 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.8 steals in five NCAA Tournament games. Scored 19 points and hit four three-pointers in OT victory at North Carolina. Scored 20 points (4-of-7 three pointers) vs. No. 4 Wake Forest.
Sophomore (2002-03): Named ACC Tournament MVP after averaging 20.7 points in three games, including a career-best 32 points (5-of-7 three pointers) vs. Virginia in quarterfinal. Led the Blue Devils in three-point field goal percentage (.400) and ranked sixth in the ACC in free throw percentage (.821). Started 15 of 33 games, including the final six contests of the season. Scored in double figures 24 times.
Freshman (2001-02): Earned All-ACC Freshman Honorable Mention honors. Duke’s top performer off the bench. Led the team in field goal percentage (.479) and three-point field goal percentage (.457). Scored in double figures nine times and tied for lead among ACC freshmen with 1.0 steals per game.
Strengths: Solid all-around guard who slid over to the point this year and handled it well. Really competes at both ends and raises the energy of his teammates.
Personal: Brother Lorenzo played at Louisiana Tech. Majored in African and African-American Studies.