Was part of four straight NCAA Tournament teams. Named First Team All-West Coast Conference as a senior. Became the 32nd player in program history to reach 1,000 points. Suspended indefinitely on Feb. 10, 2007, for violation of team policy and missed the final nine games of his sophomore season. Fulfilled all stipulations of suspension and was reinstated to team in October, 2007.
Averaged a team-high 15.3 ppg for sixth overall in the WCC, grabbed 6.8 rpg for seventh and shot 55.0 percent from the field for third in all games. He capped the year with an amazing run that saw him set his career-high with 28 points against Pepperdine and then come back five days later and set it again with 29 at SCU the final weekend of the WCC season. He had four double-doubles. In WCC games he averaged 16.0 ppg to rank fourth and 6.8 rpg to rank eighth. Scored 22 points and added nine rebounds against Maryland. Helped Zags upset Tennessee with 15 points and six rebounds. In NCAA tournament, he scored 14 against eventual national champion North Carolina in a Sweet Sixteen game in the NCAA Tournament. Scored 22 points against Akron in NCAA opener.
Averaged 10.3 points during the season. In conference play, he ranked 22nd in scoring (9.6 ppg), 14th in field goal percentage (48.9 percent) and 11th in rebounding (5.1 rpg). Scored 15 points against Santa Clara in a WCC tournament game. Scored 12 points in NCAA Tournament first round against Davidson.
Increased scoring average nearly 12 points from his freshman year, finishing the year averaging 15.5 points. Had one of the most dominating games by anyone in program history with a 27-point, 22-rebound effort on the road against Pepperdine. Missed final nine games while serving a suspension.
Fought ankle injury all season. Had nine points and four rebounds in triple-overtime win against Michigan State. Scored three points in NCAA tournament game against Xavier. Finished year averaging 3.8 points.
Strengths: Athletic big man with a nice overall skill-set. Shoots with range. Can score on the block. Runs the floor well and rebounds at a decent clip.
Personal: Is his high school's career leader in points (1,380), rebounds (642) and blocked shots (247.). Was state player of the year from his sophomore to senior seasons.