Profile: A very athletic forward who is also a strong shot blocker.
2014-15: Earned OUA first-team all-star honours for the first time … Team MVP … Appeared in 19 games and set career highs in nearly every major statistical category … Ranked seventh in OUA scoring with 19.1 points per game, was second in rebounds (10.1 per game) and blocks (1.8 per game) and 13th in field goal percentage (53.4) … Was one of only five CIS players to average a double-double … Named the CIS athlete of the week for the period ending Feb. 1 after averaging 27.5 points and 15 rebounds against Western and Windsor.
2013-14: Team MVP … Earned OUA East second-team all-star honours for the first time … Started 20 games at forward and averaged career highs in points, rebounds and blocks … Was one of only three players in the OUA to average a double-double with 13.4 points and 10.4 rebounds, ranking him 24th and second, respectively, in the conference … The OUA leader with 41 blocks, 11 more than any other player … Named York’s male athlete of the week for the period ending Feb. 9 after putting up 36 points and 20 rebounds against No. 2 Ottawa.
2012-13: Started all 20 games … Led the team in rebounds and tied for 16th in the OUA with 6.2 per game and was sixth in scoring with 9.3 points per game … Led the team in three-point percentage (36%) and was tied for third in field goal percentage (44%).
2011-12: Appeared in 21 games and started 10 … Led the Lions with 6.5 rebounds per game and 24 total blocks, ranking 11th and second, respectively, in the OUA … Finished second on the team in field goal percentage (47.9).
2010-11: Appeared in 16 games as a rookie forward … Ranked fifth on the team with 2.7 rebounds per game and also averaged 3.1 points per game.
High school: A star for the basketball team at Riverside … Named Windsor’s Mr. Basketball in 2010 … A three-time city all-star his high school’s team MVP twice … Helped high school advance to OFSAA championships for the first time in school history after winning gold at city and regional levels.