Finished career at Baylor near the top of many categories in program history. Is tied for first with fellow seniors with most career wins at 64. Is third all-time in rebounds with 865, sixth in blocked shots with 85, and seventh in points with 1,371. Helped lead Bears to NCAA Tournament as a junior and NIT championship game as a senior. From his sophomore year to his senior year, he started in all 101 games he played, and only missed one due to injury.
Averaged 12.6 points and 9.5 rebounds and was named to All-Big-12 honorable mention. Helped lead Baylor to NIT championship game, scoring 20 points in win over Georgetown, getting 16 points and eight rebounds over Virginia Tech, and collecting his 25th career double-double with 15 points and 12 rebounds against Auburn. Had a career-high 20 rebounds against Nebraska in opening round of Big 12 tournament. Became the 22nd player in school history to go over 1,000 points.
Was an All-Big 12 Third Team pick by the AP and an Honorable Mention selection by the coaches after averaging 12.3 points and 8. 5 rebounds. Was sixth in Big 12 in free throw percentage at 77.1 percent. Scored 20 points with 11 rebounds in season-opening win vs. Jackson State. Had season-high 26 points on 12-for-15 shooting with 10 rebounds in win vs. Mississippi Valley State.
Averaged 12.8 points, 7.6 rebounds, 0.9 blocks and shot 52.5 percent from the floor. Ranked among the Big 12 leaders in several statistical categories: scoring (12.8 ppg, 18th), rebounding (7.6 rpg, fifth), offensive rebounds (2.53 orpg, seventh) and shooting (52.5%, fourth). Was named to 2007 Big 12 All-Improved team, selected by league media after doubling his scoring average from freshman season from 6.1 to 12.8 ppg. Averaged 13.1 points and 9.0 rebounds and recorded five double-doubles in conference games. Had streak of 18 straight made free throws over eight-game span early in the season.
Played in all 17 games of Baylor's abbreviated schedule. Averaged 6.1 points and 4.0 rebounds. Was second on the team in free throw percentage at 76.9 percent and third in rebounding. Scored six points and had four rebounds in collegiate debut at Texas Tech. Played a season-high 29 minutes vs. Texas and had season-best two blocks. Had season-high nine rebounds in season's first win, an overtime thriller over Kansas State. Registered first career double-figure scoring game in upset of Missouri.
Strengths: Athletic forward who uses his quickness and leaping ability to make plays in the paint. Knows how to function in the half-court, flashing into the paint and also working the screen and roll. Runs the floor well.
Personal: Nicknamed K-Rod and Dos Tres, Spanish for his number 23.