Named to All-Big East Honorable Mention Team as a senior. Finished career at Providence ranked 12th in scoring (1,500), sixth in free throws made (404), seventh in three-pointers made (140), ninth in free throws attempted (540), and 12th in minutes played (3,265). Started 91 of 120 games in career
Led team in scoring (15.7 ppg) and steals (1.5 spg), while ranking second in three-point percentage (.388) and third in free-throw percentage (.790). Started all 33 games on the season. Scored a career-high 31 points on 11-for-18 shooting against Notre Dame. Scored 29 points along with three rebounds and four assists against Villanova. Scored 28 points against Rutgers while hitting a career-high 15-of-17 free throws. Dished a career-high seven assists against Cincinnati while also scoring 18 points.
Ranked second on team in scoring (11.6 ppg) and rebounding (3.7 rpg) while also ranking third in three-point percentage (.380). Scored a season-high 25 points three times, against Florida State, Georgetown, and Connecticut. Posted a double-double against Sacred Heart with 22 points and 10 rebounds. Scored 21 points against Boston College while also adding nine rebounds and four assists.
Ranked third on team in scoring (14.1 ppg), rebounding (4.3 rpg), assists (2.5 apg), three-point percentage (.371), and free-throw percentage (.769), while also ranking second in steals (1.6 spg). Started all 31 games on the season. Scored a season-high 28 points against Bradley in his teamís last game of the season, while also adding four rebounds, four assists, and four steals. Scored 24 points twice, against West Virginia and Seton Hall, while adding eight points and six rebounds against Seton Hall. Notched a career-high six steals against Harvard.
Started 12 of 27 games, averaging 7.8 points, 2.4 rebounds, and 1.9 assists. Ranked second on team in steals (1.6 spg). Scored a season-high 19 points against Louisville, then followed it up with 18 points in his next game, against Notre Dame. Made five steals in a game three times on the season, against New Hampshire, Georgetown, and Louisville. Dished out a season-high five assists in his first ever collegiate game, the season opener against Vermont.
Strengths: Versatile and athletic shooting guard who can score inside and out. Creative player in the lane with an extensive repertoire of moves. Pesky defender on the perimeter.
Personal: Son of Inez and Tony Efejuku. Has one brother, Ritse. Majored in Marketing.