Lumberjacks become just the second SLC team to repeat as both regular season and tournament champions
Senior (2014-15): Appeared in 32 games off the bench, averaging 1.9 points, 1.7 rebounds and 0.5 blocks per game … Finished third on the squad with 15 blocked shots … Scored a season-high seven points with five rebounds against Long Beach State (12/5) … Secured a season-best six rebounds at Central Arkansas (1/13) … Blocked two shots four times, against Prairie View A&M (11/27), Ouachita Baptist (12/7), Arkansas Tech (12/20), and Sam Houston State (3/14) … Helped SFA earn Southland Conference regular season and tournament titles, and advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year.
Florida A&M: Appeared in all 32 games, making 18 starts, as a junior ... averaged 5.4 rebounds and 5.0 points per game ... totaled 160 points across 609 minutes ... led the team with 33 blocks ... ranked second with 173 total rebounds and a .556 (70-for-126) field goal percentage ... recorded three double figure scoring performances ... pulled down 10 boards or more twice ... recorded one double-double.
Junior College (Lawson State CC/Wallace Selma CC): Spent sophomore season at Lawson State Community College under head coach Philip Shumpert after transferring from Wallace Selma Community College, where he played his freshman year under head coach Ronald Lane.
High School: A four-year letter winner at Woodlawn High School under head coach Demetrius Turner ... named All-Tournament, All-Region, All-Northeast Team and Powerade Slam Dunk Champion during prep campaign ... averaged 12 points, nine rebounds and four blocks per game for his career ... member of National Honor Society and named recipient of highest team GPA (3.8) ... also lettered in baseball and track ...was on the student government, the heritage panel and a member of the choir.