|Ht./Wt.:||6-2, 180 lbs|
In 2004-05: Second on the Clemson team in scoring with 10.8 average, he also led the team in assists with 94...Clemson's top scorer in the postseason, he had 49 points in three games (two ACC and one NIT)...made 16 of last 18 free throws to end the season...started the first 17 games of the season, then came off the bench in the last 15, but still considered a starter for the course of the season...averaged 11.5 points a game as a reserve and 10.1 as a starter...had three of the 10 20-point scoring games by ACC reserves in 2004-05...tied for second on the team in double figure scoring games with 18...led team in assists 11 times and in scoring seven times...seventh in the ACC in three-point goals per game, eighth in three-point goal percentage and 13th in assists...key player in Clemson's three wins over ranked teams since Oliver Purnell has been the head coach at Clemson, he has scored 54 points in those three games and has made 13-19 three-point shots....big reason Clemson was 3-0 vs. Maryland in 2004-05, he had 63 points in the three wins, including 21-33 from the field and 14-20 on three-point shots...reached the 100 mark in terms of career three-point goals against Wake Forest on Jan. 8....made at least one three-point goal in all but six games in 2004-05....scored in double figures in 18 of the 32 games...top free throw shooter on the team with 83 percent mark...scored in double figures in first five games of 2004-05 season....
*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide
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