THREE-YEAR LETTERMAN/PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR
ON WILLIAMS - One of the top returning scorers in the nation and is on track to become the all-time leading scorer in Big South history...climbed from 30th to third on the VMI career scoring list and has 1,861 points...has drawn attention from pro scouts with his slashing style of play and scoring ability...named to the 2007-08 Wooden Award Preseason List, becoming the first VMI player named to the list and the only Big South player to do so this season...on track to also grab the school record in career scoring average...has 17 career 30-point games which leads the school career charts and has scored 20 or more points in a game 43 times...expected to wrap up his outstanding VMI career with another record breaking season...voted to all-conference preseason squad.
2006-07: Led Division I in scoring with a 28.1 PPG average and averaged 30.5 points in conference games ... Ranked in the top four in the conference in points (1st), rebounding (4th), FG% (3rd), and assists (3rd) ... Also ranked 9th in the BSC in FT% and 10th in steals ... Set new Big South and VMI records for most points in a season ... Became the first player in conference history to log three 40-point games in a career and topped 40+ points in four games last season ... nine double-doubles last season ... had career-high 12 assists against CSU 2/5 ... scored in double figures 31 games during the year and had fourteen 30+ games ... scored 41 points and grabbed 15 rebounds against Cornell 12/1 and had 40 points and 15 rebounds against High Point 1/10 ... Three-time Big South Player of the Week ... Sixth player in League history with 1,500 career points and 500 rebounds ... Named William & Mary Classic All-Tournament ... Set school single game record with a League season-high 45 points vs. VIC...Named NABC All-District 4 second team...Named 2007 All-Big South Tournament...became the second Keydet to lead the nation in scoring since Jason Conley who averaged 29.3 points per game in 2001-02.
2005-06: Second-team All-Big South in 2005-06...Ranked 3rd in the Big South in scoring, 5th in rebounding, 11th in FG%, 8th in FT%, 14th in 3-pt. pct...Scored in double figures in 24 of 27 games including 17 straight...Had 10 20-point games on the season...Put together seven double-double games on the year...Scored a career-high 34 points against High Point Jan. 12 and had 30 points and a career-high 12 rebounds against Liberty Jan. 14...Big South Player of the Week Jan. 16 after averaging 32.0 points and 8.5 rebounds, shooting 57.5% from the floor (23-of-40), 88.2% from the line (15-of-17), and 4.5 assists in two games...Had 15 points and 12 rebounds against UNC Asheville...Had three-game stretch in January where he averaged 20 points and 11 rebounds...Hit 13-of-16 free throws against CCU Jan. 7, including 7-of-8 in the final 2:59 ... Made 9-of-11 free throws in win over Army and made all five free throws in win over Towson Dec. 21...Had six-assist games against High Point and ODU...Started 25 games this year and led the team in scoring with a 19.0 average...had his double figures scoring streak snapped at 22 games dating back to the previous year when he scored seven points at Radford Jan. 26...had seven career double-double games following a 21-point, 10 rebound outing against Radford in the season final...second on the team in rebounding with a 6.8 average...led the team in free throw shooting
2004-05: Selected to 2004-05 Big South All-Freshman team ... 4th in the League in scoring at 15.5 ppg ... 2nd in free throw percentage (.796) ... Also ranked T-13th in assists and 13th in steals ... Named New Balance Freshman of the Week four times ... Produced seven 20-point games ... Scored a career-high 28 points and nine rebounds vs. Towson Dec. 11, 25 points at Radford Feb. 14, and 23 points with eight rebounds against Coastal Jan. 10 ... Led VMI in scoring in 16 games and was top assist man in eight games ... Scored in double figures in 22 of 27 games and had a 18.1 PPG average during a mid-season eight-game double figures scoring streak.
HIGH SCHOOL: Named MVP of the 2004 VHSL All-Star game when he scored 32 points...averaged 20.5 points for Prince George (Va.) High School in 2003-04...during his senior year, sank 41 three-pointers, 13 rebounds per game, and eight assists per game for the 22-5 squad that advanced to the Central region quarterfinals...scored in double figures in all 27 games of his senior year...was named Central District Player of the Year and also earned All-State second team honors last season while leading the Royals in scoring, assists, rebounds, and steals...played several positions - ranging from the point to the pivot... averaged 12.4 points and hit 28 three-point shots as a junior.... also lettered two years in cross-country and one year in volleyball.