Has 160 points and 103 rebounds in 56 games Shooting 36.7 percent from three-point range Has made 29 of his 79 field goals from beyond the three-point line In his fourth year in the program after redshirting in 2006-07.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2008-09)
Played in the first 20 games and averaged 4.0 points and 2.6 rebounds Was suspended for the remainder of the season in early February for violating team rules Had a season-high 10 points against Evansville and seven rebounds against Boston College Hit a pair of threes and finished with eight points in the win over Kentucky Had six points against Chaminade and seven against Oregon in the first two rounds in Maui Had a season-high nine points and tied his career best with six rebounds in win over UNC Asheville Saw time at the 4/5 against Asheville Reached double figures for the first time on the year and third in his career with 10 points against Evansville Was 4 for 6 from the floor with two threes and five rebounds against the Purple Aces Had nine points and four boards against Rutgers Career-high seven rebounds against Boston College and added seven points Career-high three assists and six rebounds against College of Charleston Was Carolina's defensive winner at Virginia, the first time in his career he won that award.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2007-08)
Fourth on the team in three-pointers made with 19 Played in all but three games Was 9 for his last 17 from three-point range Scored 42 points in his last 82 minutes of action Shot 44.2 percent from three-point range Made 19 of his 27 field goals from three-point range No turnovers in nine of his last 11 games.
Had five rebounds in his collegiate debut against Iona Scored his first collegiate points as he hit a pair of three-pointers against South Carolina State and finished with seven points Scored five points and had two rebounds at Rutgers Scored in double figures for the first time as a Tar Heel when he rang up four three-pointers and was 5 for 6 from the floor overall en route to 14 points against Valparaiso Made 4 of 5 from three-point range against Valpo Scored the last five points of UNC's decisive 27-2 run in the second half after the game had been tied at 37-all Grabbed a season-high six rebounds against Kent State.
Did not play against NC State on Jan. 12 due to an illness Scored in double figures in an ACC game for the first time as he netted 10 points on 4 of 5 shooting from the floor against Virginia Tech Hit two three-pointers, the first time since December 30 he hit more than one three in a game Also played turnover-free ball in 10 minutes Hit a three-pointer with 4:20 to play to give UNC a 73-72 lead, but the Tar Heels eventually lost to Maryland, 82-80 Hit a pair of three-pointers and assisted on a Danny Green three in the 89-73 win over Wake Forest Second time in three games that he made two three-pointers in a game (Virginia Tech and Wake Forest).
Hit a three-pointer and totaled five points and a steal in win at Boston College Was in the five-man substitution that sparked comeback from 17 points behind Scored six points and had three rebounds and two assists in home win over Florida State Hit a three-pointer from the corner to give UNC a 62-53 lead, moments after FSU closed to within six points, the closest margin the game would be in the second half Played 10 minutes against Virginia Tech in ACC semifinals Second-half bucket cut Tech's lead to two.
Scored seven points and added six rebounds and two assists in 13 minutes in NCAA Tourney first round win over Mount St. Mary's Tied season highs for rebounds and assists and the 13 minutes were one shy of his longest stint (14 vs. Kent State) Played three minutes against Kansas in the national semifinal.
Led Greensboro Dudley to back-to-back state 3-A championships (both won at the Smith Center) Had 28 points and eight rebounds and was named Most Outstanding Player of the 2006 state title game 2006 North Carolina High School Player of the Year and the leading vote-getter on the all-state team by the AP Was a second-team all-state pick in 2004 and 2005 Had 24 points and nine rebounds and was named MVP of the 2006 N.C. East-West All-Star Game Coached by David Price Set a record with 30 points vs. South Carolina in the Carolina All-Stars Classic Led Dudley to a 25-4 record as a senior Averaged 25.1 points, 10.6 rebounds and 3.7 assists in 2006 and 20.8 points, 8.8 rebounds and 3.4 assists in 2005 Shot 44 percent from three-point range as a senior Had a season-high 48 points in conference tournament win over Western Guilford Hit six three-pointers en route to 42 points against Northwest Guilford Majoring in sociology.