Not ranked among the CBA's league leaders because he had left the team before the season ended, he would have led the league with an average of 27.6 ppg…he was one of only four players in the CBA to score 1,000+ points in 2005-06 and was just the second in Gary Steelheads history to eclipse the 1,000-point mark…his 1,213 points set the team record previously held by Bryant Notree…he scored 30+ points 18 times and hit for more than 40 points six times…he averaged 29.7 ppg in the season's first three games, but then hit 1-10 FG and totaled seven points at Michigan, 11/25…from that point on, he scored in double figures in 40 straight games…he had two of the five biggest games in the CBA in 2005-06, including his 50 points at Albany 1/6…his 50 points against the Patroons featured 19-21 from the foul line and his 19 free throws made were the most by any player in the league in 2005-06…he scored 44 points at Rockford, 2/21, which was the fifth highest totale in the league in 2005-06…he was one of only two players to be named the league's Player of the Week more than once and his three were the most in the league…he was named Player of the Week for the weeks ending 12/4, 1/8 and 2/12…he made 84 3-pt FG, third best on the team and hit at least three 3-pt FG 17 times…on his way to 30 points vs. Albany, 2/11, he made 4-4 from 3-pt range…he made a season-high five 3-pt FG (5-10) vs. Rockford, 12/8…he averaged of 5.4 apg, which would have ranked among the top five in the CBA…he recorded seven or more assists 14 times and handed out 10+ assists twice: dealing a season-high 12 vs. the Dakota Wizards, 1/7, and handing out 11 to go with his 13 points vs. Michigan, 2/16…in that game against the Michigan Mayhem, he fell one rebound short of a triple-double…he averaged 5.4 rpg and had at least seven rebounds 12 times with two games of 10+ rebounds…to go along with his 44 points at Rockford, 2/21, he added a season-high 12 rebounds…he gathered in 10 rebounds against Rockford, 2/7…he led the Steelheads with 83 steals and his 1.89 spg would have ranked among the top eight in the CBA…he had multiple steals 25 times and had four thefts or more five times, including five in the season-opener vs. Rockford, 11/18, and a season-high six steals at Rockford, 2/7…he was second on the team with 46 blocked shots and blocked a season-high three on four separate occasions…named to his third-straight CBA All-Star Classic in January, 2006, he tallied 15 points, two assists and two blocked shots for the Eastern Conference squad…he had multiple blocks 12 times…after playing 44 games for the Steelheads, he signed with Etosa Alicante in Spain's ACB…in 12 games for Etosa Alicante, he averaged a team-high 15.3 ppg, 3.7 rpg, 1.3 apg and 1.2 spg while shooting 51.0 percent from the floor and 92.0 percent from the foul line…his teammates in Spain included former Pacers' players Bruno Sundov and Britton Johnsen…one of two players to start all five games for the Pacers' entry in the 2006 Pepsi Pro Summer League in Orlando, he was third on the team with 15.4 ppg and made a team-high six 3-pt FG (6-14)…he shot 25-51 from the floor (.490) and hit 21-24 FTS (.875)…he averaged 2.4 rpg, but his five offensive rebounds were second best on the team.
In 19 games for the Gary Steelheads in the CBA, he averaged 20.8 ppg, 2.8 rpg and 3.8 apg…he scored a team season-high 48 points at Rockford, 2/1, including a league season-best 20 field goals on a CBA season-high 34 attempts from the field…in February, he agreed to terms with Sebastiani Rieti in the Italian A2 league…in 16 games for Sebastiani, he averaged 17.8 ppg, 5.2 rpg, 1.3 apg and 2.6 spg…he shot better than 50 percent (.506) from the floor, including 30.1 percent from 3-pt range…he was named to the 2004 all-USBL First Team after averaging 26.7 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 3.3 apg and 1.9 spg in 29 games for the Adirondack Wildcats.
A CBA All-Star for the Rockford Lightning, he ranked fourth in the league with an average of 20.3 ppg in 48 games…one of four players in the CBA with 90+ steals, he ranked fifth in the league with an average of 2.0 spg…he won the CBA's 3-pt Shootout at the All-Star game.
After playing 10 games for the St. Louis Skyhawks in the USBL, he signed to play for the Harlem Globetrotters in exhibition games against U.S. college teams…he averaged 11.7 ppg, 2.9 rpg and 1.7 apg for the Skyhawks.
An original member of the Huntsville Flight in the NBA Developmental League, he was an all-league honorable mention in 2001-02 after averaging a team-best 12.8 ppg, 3.2 rpg and 2.0 apg…he was fourth in the league with a total of 72 steals (1.3 spg)…he scored a team season-best 35 points at North Charleston, 3/6/02, which was one point short of the most by any player in the league that season…he was one of three players to play in all 56 games for the Flight and he started 28 contests…his 40 3-pt FG was second best on the team.
After not being drafted in the NBA, he signed with the Memphis Houn'Dawgs in the ABA, where he averaged 14.3 ppg, 2.5 rpg and 2.1apg
An early entry candidate for the 2000 NBA Draft, he was named the NAIA Player of the Year, and NAIA National Tournament MVP, as he led the Life University Running Eagles to their second consecutive NAIA National Championship in 2000…he transferred to Life University in Atlanta, Georgia from University of Memphis for his sophomore season…he had enrolled at Memphis for the fall 1997 semester, but did not become eligible to play until December 1998…as a sophomore, he was named MVP in all five tournaments in which Life participated…with the NAIA Championship Game tied, he hit the game-winning shot with 12 seconds left in regulation…he earned First Team NAIA All-America honors, after leading the team in scoring (22.1 ppg), steals (99) and blocked shots (63)…he scored 30 or more points eight times…he scored a season-high 39 points, including 16 consecutive points, against The Masters College, making 14-25 attempts from the floor…during one five-game stretch, he averaged 35.6 points…he also ranked second on the team in assists (112)…as a freshman at Memphis, he led team in scoring in Conference USA games (17.1 ppg)…for the year, he averaged 16.2 ppg, 3.8 rpg, 2.7 apg and 2.0 spg…he registered a blocked shot in each of the team’s last eight games…he scored a then-career-high 35 points in a win over St. Louis.