2014-15: The club’s primary low-post threat returns for a much-anticipated senior season…a proven product on the hardwood, he’s a smart, confident player with all the post skills needed to put up big numbers…is a high-percentage shooter…has a nice, left-handed repertoire, highlighted by a potent jump hook…a solid rebounder in the paint, he’s been challenged by the coaching staff to pursue caroms outside of his immediate area…is an alert passer out of the block…expected to provide valuable leadership and act as a mentor for younger, less-experienced teammates.
2013-14: Initially contributing as a valuable reserve, the second-year player was rewarded with a starting job in early January and proceeded to give the club a lethal, low-post threat…averaged nine points per game overall and 10.9 as a starter…shot just under 60% (59.9) from the field…scored in double figures 14 times, highlighted by a career-high 23 points vs. Arizona Christian on 2/8/14 when he also notched the last of his three-doubles with 10 rebounds…yanked down 10 or more rebounds five times, including a career-best 14 against San Diego Christian on 2/22/14…topped the squad in blocked shots, highlighted by a career-high four vs. Arizona Christian on 2/8/14...excelled in the classroom, too, earning GSAC and NAIA scholar-athlete honors.
2012-13: After coming off the bench in a reserve role for the first 19 games, the transfer forward had his season cut short by a broken foot the first week of February…tallied a season-high eight points vs. La Sierra on 12/6/12, going 3-4 from the field…may have played his best game of the year vs. Cal Tech on 12/4/12 when he scored seven points and pulled down a season-best seven rebounds…blocked a season-high two shots against Arizona Christian on 2/2/13.
CSU San Marcos: Played one season (2011-12) for the Cougars, making two starts and averaging 11 minutes per game…shot nearly 57% from the field and pulled down 2.8rpg…came off the bench to score a season-high 10 points vs. TMC on 2/16/12…grabbed a season-best eight rebounds against Arizona Christian on 1/28/12.
Clovis HS: A two-year varsity starter for Coach John Jones and the Cougars, he wound up playing just the second half of his junior season due to injury and all of a spectacular senior campaign (2010-11)…averaged 19ppg and 14rpg in his final prep season, earning first-team All-Tri-River League and All-San Joaquin Valley honors, and was a second-team all-state choice…voted team MVP and played in the Fresno City-County All-Star Game.