2012-13: High expectations precede the final collegiate season for one of the club’s primary offensive weapons…has the game to be one of the GSAC’s premier wings…possesses an explosive all-around repertoire, draining the perimeter shot or taking it to the rim…able to create his own shot, he usually gets the ball in late-game situations…probably the club’s best on-ball defender, he’ll typically draw the opponents’ top scorer…displays a great attitude with a no-excuses approach…will provide veteran leadership that speaks loudly on and off the hardwood.
2011-12: Starting every game in which he participated, the junior guard improved his numbers nearly across the board, finishing third on the team in scoring and second in assists…posted a career-high 18 double-figure scoring outings, tallying a season-high 25 points and going 5-6 from behind the arc vs. Corban (OR) in an NCCAA West Region playoff game on 3/7/12…dropped in 23 points just six days earlier in the regular-season finale vs. Biola…recorded a double-double vs. Holy Names on 11/10/11, going for 12 points and 10 rebounds…finished second on the squad in assists, dishing out three or more 11 times, including a career-high seven against Corban.
2010-11: Overcoming early-season struggles, the sophomore wing started to fulfill high expectations with a potent second half…started a pair of games early in the season but became a regular part of the lineup in mid-December and started the club’s final 21 games…averaged 12.4ppg over that span and notched five 20-point games during the campaign…finished with 14 double-figure scoring efforts…tallied a career-high 27 points vs. Concordia on 2/5/11 and capped off his first-ever double-double with a career-high 11 rebounds.
2009-10: The talented freshman showed great promise despite fighting inconsistency related to shoulder problems…started the first two games of the season, going for 10 points vs. Southwestern of Arizona on 11/20/09… notched season-highs of four rebounds and 18 points vs. William Jessup on 12/4/09, hitting seven of his 10 shots from the field…handed out a season-best four assists vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills on 12/8/09.
Temecula Valley HS: Played four years for the Golden Bears, three of those as a starter on playoff teams for Coach Rico Thompson…improved his numbers exponentially every year, going from 11ppg as a sophomore to 15.2 as a junior and, finally, to 24.5 in his senior year when he became the school’s all-time leading scorer (1347 points)…scored 30 or more points six times in his senior year, including a career-high 35 vs. Chino Hills…named All-Southwestern League his final three years and was voted league MVP as a senior.