Had one of the best careers in program history. Finished second on Washington’s career scoring list with 1,805 points and first 1,283 rebounds. First player in program history to score more than 1,800 points and grab more than 1,200 rebounds. The feat has only been achieved by four players in Pac-10 history. He was a three-time team MVP.
A First-Team All-Pac-10. Named Honorable Mention All-America by The Associated Press and CollegeHoops.net. Averaged 14.9 points and Pac-10-leading 11.5 rebounds. Had six games of 18 rebounds or more. Made the game-winning shot against Stanford with five seconds on the clock. Grabbed 18 rebounds in league-title clinching win over Washington State on Senior Day. Had 14 rebounds against Mississippi State and 18 against Purdue in the NCAA Tournament.
Led the Pac-10 and was third nationally with 11.6 rpg. Was sixth in the Pac-10 in scoring (17.8 ppg). Was a Second-Team All-Pac 10 selection. Had 23 double-doubles, tops in the conference.
A First-Team All-Pac 10 selection. Led all Pac-10 players with an average of 9.6 rebounds per game. Had 15 double-doubles to lead the Pac-10. Ranked third among Pac-10 players in field goal percentage (55.0%). Scored in double figures in 26 games.
Played in all 33 games, starting every one except the final home game on senior night. Voted to the All-Pac-10 Freshman Team by the league's coaches. Had 18 points and 10 rebounds in his college debut against Morgan State. His 215 rebounds were the second most by a freshman in program history.
Strengths: Plays the game with reckless abandon. Built like a truck, with above average mobility and hops. Outworks other players for rebounds and tip-ins.
Personal: Was named the Seattle area “Sports Star of the Year” by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer in 2008. Was the 31st ranked high school prospect in 2005 by rivals.com.