Career Highlights: Named Honorable Mention All-America by AP and Second Team All-America by CBS SportsLine.com as a senior. Named MVP of NABC All-Star Game at 2004 Final Four. Finished career as third leading scorer in Temple history (2,077) and 10th all-time in Atlantic 10 Conference history. Also ranks fourth on Temple’s all-time steals list (259), third in field goals made (704), tied for third in free throws made (466) and fifth for three-pointers made (223).
Senior (2003-04): Ranked fourth nationally with a 24.4 scoring average. Also ranked ninth nationally in steals per game (2.7 spg). First Team All-District (NABC & USBWA) and All-Atlantic 10 Conference selection. Three-time Atlantic 10 Player of the Week honoree. Led the nation in scoring percentage, accounting for 37.5 percent of team’s points. Compiled a 17-game streak of 20-or-more points, a new Temple record. Only the sixth Temple player to tally 700 points in a season. His career-high 41 points against UMass ranks as sixth-highest single game total in Temple history. Scored 17 points in the second overtime of UMass game, which is believed to be an NCAA record for points by a player in an overtime period. His 24 20-point games led the Atlantic 10 Conference.
Junior (2002-03): Second Team All-Atlantic 10 Conference selection. Tallied double figure points in 28 games, the leading scorer twice. Scored season high 36 points in NIT win over Boston College. Led team and ranked eighth in A-10 in scoring (16.9 ppg.). Also topped TU in assists (95), steals (85), free throw percentage (.787) and minutes per game (36.5 mpg). Ranked second in A-10 and 16th in nation in steals (2.5 spg).
Sophomore (2001-02): Third Team All-Atlantic 10 Conference selection. Second on the team and ninth in the A-10 in scoring (15.1 ppg.). Helped lead Temple to NIT Final Four. Tallied 20 points in win over Syracuse in NIT third-place game. Scored in double figures in 23 games, with a high of 28 at George Washington.
Freshman (2000-01): Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team selection. Fourth on team in scoring (10.4 ppg) and tallied double figures in 21 games.
Strengths: Power guard who can take it strong to the basket and finish at the rim. More of a two, but solid passing and ballhandling skills allow him to slide over to the point on occasion.
Personal: Married in October 2003 to Akilah. Has two children, Nike and Trinity.