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Drafted by: Denver, Round: 2, Pick: 53
College: Northern Arizona
Weight: 260 lbs.
BirthDate: Apr. 19, 1977
Birthplace: Fountain Valley, CA
Ranks fifth on the Northern Arizona career scoring list with 1,363 points. Is the only player in school history on the career top 10 list in points and blocked shots (196). Ranks third in Big Sky Conference history with 196 blocks. Is school's single-season blocks leader with 70 his senior season. At Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, averaged 10.3 points and 5.3 rebounds, blocking eight shots and grabbing six steals in three games. At Nike Desert Classic, averaged 9.0 ppg, 5.0 rpg and 2.0 bpg. College highlights at Northern Arizona
As a senior, earned All-Big Sky honors and was a three-time conference player of the week. Led the Big Sky in field goal percentage (.597, ninth-best in nation) and blocks (2.3 bpg). Led team in rebounds (6.5 rpg) and blocks, and finished second on the team in scoring (15.6 ppg). Set a career high with 27 points against Montana State. Scored in double-digits 22 times. Named to all-conference tournament team after shooting 17-for-25 (.680) in the postseason tournament.
Led the conference in field goal percentage (.668, third best in Big Sky history) as a junior, and broke his own school record. Tied for the league lead in blocks (1.6 bpg). Led NAU in scoring eight times and in rebounding seven times. Tied a school record in blocked shots with six against Weber State. Scored in double figures 15 times. As a sophomore, earned Big Sky Conference Tournament MVP honors, converting 13 of 17 shot attempts in two games. Two-game totals included 33 points, 10 rebounds, four blocked shots, two steals and two assists in just 31 minutes. Led the Big Sky in blocked shots (1.4 bpg). Scored 24 points against Western Oregon on 10-for-11 shooting, the best shooting performance by a Big Sky player that season. Big Sky leader in blocked shots (43) and field goal percentage (.657) as a freshman despite not starting a game. Was team's second-leading scorer (10.4 ppg). Blocked four shots against eventual NCAA national champion Arizona. Blocked three shots four times and had at least two blocks in 15 games.