University of Washington Three-year letterwinner ... Ranks No. 1 among UW marksmen with 231 career three-point field goals ... Third on te school list for three-point percentage (.413) ... Owns three of the top five single-season three-point performances ... Set a school record with nine three-pointers at Oregon State ... Made six 3-pointers in a game on five occasions ... Of his 288 career collegiate field goals, 231 came from 3-point range (80 percent) ... Transferred to UW after one season at the University of Florida ... One of the top-rated point guard prospects in the nation coming out of high school ... Admittedly is obsessed with "Pistol" Pete Maravich, often watching videos on the ball-handling and passing wizardry of the NCAA's all-time leading scorer.
2007-08 (Senior) -- Saw action in 26 games and started 25 .. suffered a hand injury during the early part of the season nad missed the first seven games of the year ... Mde 6-of-12 three-point attempts in first game back following the injury, a 75-74 loss to 12th-ranked Pittsburgh ... Averaged 11.2 points per game on the season adn shot .385 from behind the three-point arc ... made 9-of-15 trey attaempts at Oregon State and scored 32 points in UW's 97-59 win ... made five or more threes on five occasions during the year ... went 77-for-200 from three-point range on the season ... Averaged 11.4 points during the Huskies five-game preseason tour of Greece.
2006-07 (Junior) -- Played all 32 games, starting 24 of them ... Amassed 84 treys, breaking the school single-season 3-point record of 80 set in 2005 by Tre Simmons ... Had 60 more 3-pointers than any teammate in 2007 ... Hit six 3-pointers in a game three times, vs. Arizona State (Jan. 6), at USC (Dec. 28) and vs. Southern Utah (Dec. 4) ... Made a 3-pointer in each of the final 31 games, including 22 multiple-trey performances ... His 43.3 percent 3-point accuracy ranks No. 6 on the Husky single-season chart ... Ranked second among Pac-10 players with 84 treys and fifth in 3-point percentage (43.3%) ... Ranked fourth on the team with a 10.5-point scoring average ... Distributed 70 assists, the second-highest figure on the team ... Posted 17 double-figure scoring games ... Tallied a career-high 24 points against Southern Utah (Dec. 4) ... Distributed eight assists at Gonzaga (Dec. 9) ... Received the team's Industrial Award. 2005-06 (Sophomore) -- Honored as the Pac-10 Newcomer of the Year in a vote of the conference's radio broadcasters ... Played all 33 games ... Drew one starting assignment, against Lehigh (Dec. 23) ... Led UW with 70 treys, nearly one-third of the team's total of 220 ... Made 31 more 3-pointers than any other Husky ... Those 70 treys were the fourth-highest single-season total in school history ... Hit six 3-pointers against Loyola Marymount (Nov. 25) ... Made a 3-pointer in 26 of 33 games, including 21 games with multiple treys ... His 42.4 percent 3-point accuracy ranks No. 8 on the Husky single-season chart ... Ranked third among Pac-10 players in 3-point percentage (42.4%) and sixth in total treys (70) ... Of his 85 field goals, 70 came from 3-point range while 165 of his 194 shot attempts came from beyound the arc ... Ranked sixth on the team with a 7.9-point scoring average ... Distributed 62 assists, the third-highest figure on the team ... Posted 13 double-figure scoring games ... Tallied a season-high 18 points against Loyola Marymount (Nov. 25), all of them on treys ... Compiled six assists versus USC (Feb. 9) ... Helped the Huskies to a 26-7 record and their second straight Sweet 16 berth. 2004-05 (Red-Shirt) -- Practiced with the team, but did not participate in games due to NCAA transfer regulations.
University of Florida 2003-04 (Freshman) -- Started the Gator's two exhibition games and the season opener against Montana State...Had 10 assists and just four turnovers in the two exhibition games, playing 26 minutes against EA Sports and 27 against Team Nike, starting both games ... Recorded 27 assists to 22 turnovers on the year, seeing time in 23 games ... Played in the final 11 games of the season, picking up an expanded role with the departure of Christian Drejer ... Recorded six assists and grabbed five rebounds in first game playing in a Gator uniform against Montana State... In that same contest was perfect from the field (2-for-2), finishing with six points in a season-high 19 minutes of action ... Posted career-highs in steals (2) and blocked shots (1) against then-No. 3 Arizona in the MassMutual Classic ... Scored two points and grabbed two rebounds in eight minutes of action against Vanderbilt ... Three points on 1-of-2 shooting from behind the arc and recorded an assist in 11 minutes of play vs. Ole Miss ... Scored five points and recorded one assist in six minutes of playing time against Kentucky in the SEC Championship game ... Recorded double digits playing time in six games (19 vs. Montana State, 14 vs. FAMU, 13 vs. EKU, 11 vs. Ole Miss, 10 vs. Arkansas, and 10 vs. Georgia) ... Converted a three-point field goal in four games (2 vs. Montana State, 1 vs. EKU, 1 vs. Ole Miss, 1 vs. Kentucky) ... Committed to Florida on July 18, 2002 ... Originally chose Florida over Washington, Oregon and Gonzaga.
Stanwood High School (Stanwood, Wash.) Averaged 24.0 points and 9.0 assists per game en route to earning First Team All-State honors (Wash.) in 2002-03... Earned first team all-state honors along with three other top Division I signees, Aaron Brooks of Oregon and Loderick and Roderick Stewart of USC...Runner-up for Mr. Basketball in the state of Washington... Rated the No. 43 high school prospect in the country by Rivalshoops.com and a consensus top 10 point guard by all major recruiting services... Left Stanwood High as the school's all-time leader in points (1,709) and assists (763)...Averaged 18.2 points per game and 10.1 assists during his junior season, including a career-high 22-assist performance ... Helped Stanwood High School reach the Washington Class 4A State Tournament in both his junior and senior seasons, reaching the semifinals in 2002... Invited to try out for the U.S. Junior National Team in 2002.