Has yet to miss a game in his three-year career, playing in all 95 games and starting 76 times.
Has played and started more games than any other current Horned Frog player.
Needs just 63 rebounds for 500 and 29 points for 400 in his career.
Played in each of the team's 31 games, averaging 16.7 minutes per contest.
Started 14 games during the season, including the first 11.
Averaged 3.0 points and 3.7 rebounds per contest.
Dragged down at least 100 rebounds for the third straight season.
Pulled down a board in all but one game and entered the scoring column in all but four.
Grabbed a season-best nine rebounds in the win against Arkansas-Pine Bluff.
Scored a season-high seven points on 3-of-8 shooting at Wyoming on Feb. 8.
Attempted a career-high eight shots in the game against the Cowboys.
Snagged five boards in just 15 minutes in the home win over Utah on Mar. 1.
Turned in a season-best two assists in the losses to San Diego State (Jan. 18) and Colorado (Dec. 20).
Posted a career-high three steals twice, versus Oklahoma St. on Nov. 25 and at Tulane on Dec. 7.
Started every game of the season except for TCU's Senior Day in which all five Frog seniors were given the starting nod.
Set personal bests in scoring average (4.9 ppg) and rebounding (5.4 rpg) while averaging 20.0 minutes per contest.
Ranked 19th among Conference USA players in rebounds per game.
Led the team in field goal percentage (.488), improving his shooting by six percent from the previous season.
Had three double-figure rebounding games and two double-digit scoring games on the season.
Recorded his second career double-double against Houston on Jan. 19 with personal highs in both points (12) and rebounds (12).
Averaged 8.5 points and 11.5 boards per game in two meetings with Houston.
Posted his first collegiate double-double with 11 points (on 5-for-5 shooting) and 10 rebounds at North Texas.
Had seven boards in each of the Frogs' three National Invitation Tournament games.
Averaged 8.7 points per game over a three-game hot stretch in December.
Grabbed 8.0 rebounds per game during a five-game span in league play.
Established a career high with two blocked shots against Texas State.
Was a perfect 5-for-5 from the free throw line against Arkansas-Pine Bluff.
Provided an immediate impact in his first season wearing purple, making 28 starts in the middle for the Horned Frogs.
Averaged 3.9 points and 4.6 rebounds per game on the year.
Was voted the squad's Most Improved Player by his teammates following the campaign.
Ranked second on the team in rebounds with 134, which included a team-high 91 on the defensive end of the floor.
Shot 41.3 percent from the field, making 38 of his 92 attempts.
Made fewer than half of his 65 free throw attempts on the season, but was 16-for-28 (.571) from the charity stripe in league play.
Started each of the first 22 games for TCU, the longest streak to start a season by a true frosh since Juan Bragg (26) in the 1994-95 campaign.
Did not start the game on Feb. 21 at East Carolina and played just 13 minutes due to injury, snapping his consecutive games started streak at 22.
Narrowly missed a double-double with 10 points and nine rebounds vs. Charlotte on Feb. 25.
Followed that with a nine-point, five-rebound performance against Houston on Feb. 28.
Had a pair of dunks in the Horned Frogs' home finale, including one over Conference USA's top shot blocker Anwar Ferguson, and was 3-for-3 from the field against the Cougars.
Was 4-for-5 from the field in scoring eight points at UAB on Mar. 6.
Averaged 8.3 points and 5.3 rebounds per game over the last four regular-season league contests.
Played at least 20 minutes in 10 of the last 12 games of the year after playing more than 20 in just four of the first 17 contests.
Had four points, three rebounds, two steals and one block in 13 minutes against Texas-Arlington in his collegiate debut.
Set a career high with nine boards against Memphis on Jan. 31, while also adding two assists and a blocked shot.
Had his second nine-rebound performance of the year at USF on Feb. 9.
Saw 27 minutes of action at Washington State, scoring five points and adding four rebounds.
Scored a then-personal-best nine points against Stephen F. Austin on 3-of-4 shooting.
High School Career
Averaged 11.4 points, 12.0 rebounds and 5.0 blocks at New Hampton Prep School in New Hampton, N.H.
Showcased his abilities in the 2002 War on the Shore Tournament in Milford, Del.
Rated as the No. 4 unsigned big man in the nation in the spring signing period according to Bob Gibbons' All-Star Report.
Came to the United States in the summer of 2002.
Played in the 2003 Global Games.
Chose TCU over interest from Marquette, Oklahoma State and Iowa State.