Career Highlights: Became the 43rd player in Maryland history to record 1,000 points with nine points at Florida State (1/30/07). Finished career with 203 three-point field goals made.
Senior (2006-07): Led Terps with 81 three-pointers and made at least one three-pointer in 31 of 34 games. Averaged 27.1 points over the last nine games. Scored a team-high 21 points vs. Butler in NCAA Second Round. Scored a team-high 15 points vs. Miami in ACC Tournament. Recorded 25 points, six rebounds and four assists at No. 14 Duke and followed with 21 points and six boards vs. NC State. Scored 18 points in win over No. 5 UNC. Poured in a career-high 29 points against Mount St. Mary’s, including seven three-pointers.
Junior (2005-06): Appeared in all 32 games and started 17. Shot a team-best .415 from beyond the arc and .898 from the free throw line. Led the squad with 61 three-pointers made. Averaged 13.7 points and 4.4 rebounds in last 15 games as a starter, hitting 34 threes (2.2 per game). Hit at least one three-pointer in 28 of 32 games.
Sophomore (2004-05): Averaged 10.1 points in final nine games and 14.5 points in four Postseason NIT games. Scored 12 points in 13 minutes vs. UNC. Recorded 15 points in 18 minutes vs. Duke, 13 points in 11 minutes vs. Virginia Tech, and 14 points and seven rebounds at Miami.
Freshman (2003-04): Shot a team-high .403 from three-point range. Recorded five points, two rebounds, two assists and one steal in 11 minutes vs. Syracuse in NCAA Tournament. Went 4-for-4 from the free throw line in the final 0:41 of OT to help clinch the ACC final win over Duke after hitting crucial three-pointer with 0:33 left in regulation. Scored a season-high 25 points vs. UMES. Had 10 points in 16 minutes vs. American in collegiate debut.
Strengths: Textbook release on his jumpshot. Elevates and gets it off quick. Very good athlete.
Personal: First Terrapin to wear No. 23 since Steve Francis in 1999. Has three brothers and three sisters. Won three-point shootout at McDonald’s All-American Game as a senior at Thayer Academy. Rated as No. 2 shooting guard in nation, behind LeBron James, coming out of high school.