Career Highlights: Finished as Daytonís all-time leader in career three-pointers made (294) and fourth in scoring (1,962 points). Became the second three-time All-Atlantic 10 selection in school history. Finished with third-highest career three-point percentage (.442) in conference history.
Senior (2007-08): Earned All-Atlantic 10 First Team honors after leading Dayton with 18.4 ppg. NABC All-District First Team selection. Named one of 16 finalists for Bob Cousy award. Scored game-high 21 points against Cleveland State in NIT First Round, followed with 16 points and six boards at Illinois State in Second Round, and netted 20 points vs. Ohio State in NIT Quarterfinal. Scored in double figures in 29 of 34 games and Earned A-10 Player of the Week honors three times on the season. Scored 23 points, including 6-of-6 in final 31 seconds in win over No. 22 Rhode Island. Poured in 28 points in win over No. 11 Louisville. Recorded 31 points and five assists in win over No. 6 Pitt. Scored 12 of team-high 20 points in final 1:04, including game-winning three-pointer in victory at Miami. Opened season with 31 points and five assists in win over East Tennessee State.
Junior (2006-07): All-Atlantic 10 Second Team choice. Led UD in scoring (18.5 ppg), assists (2.7 apg), minutes (35.6 mpg), and a host of other categories. Recorded double figures in scoring in 28 of 31 games. Had a streak of 34 consecutive free throws during the season, tied for second-best run in school history. Matched his career-high with 34 points at La Salle.
Sophomore (2005-06): Named to All-Atlantic 10 Second Team. Led Dayton and finished seventh in the A-10 in scoring (16.0 ppg). Poured in a career-high 34 points at Creighton. Scored a game-high 24 points in win at Cincinnati. Recorded 14 points, including game-winning shot with 3.6 seconds left in win over Saint Louis.
Freshman (2004-05): All-Atlantic 10 Rookie Team selection. Came off the bench in 28 of 29 games and finished second on squad in scoring (9.2 ppg). Recorded double figures in 11 of final 17 games.
Strengths: Shoots the ball effortlessly from distance with outstanding form. Quick trigger in all shooting situations: catch-and-shoot, coming off screens or off the dribble. Takes his shots in the flow of the game.
Personal: Son of Nolan Jr. and Ann Roberts. Has a brother Nolan who played basketball at Valparaiso and a sister Shanda who played at Kentucky and Toledo. Majoring in marketing.