Energetic reserve forward who averaged 5.6 points and 4.8 rebounds, ranking as the Cards' No. 3 rebounder.
Made the most of starting four of the last six games, averaging 7.8 points and 4.3 rebounds in those games.
Grabbed six or more rebounds in 14 games (U of L was 12-2 in those games).
Grabbed 10 rebounds vs. Southern Miss, adding six points, two blocks and two steals (1/7/04).
CBS Player of the Game in the Cards' victory at then No.1 Kentucky when he led U of L with 13 points and eight rebounds, hitting five-of-six shots (12-27-03) off the bench.
Totalled 11 points and eight rebounds vs. Memphis (2/28/04) and followed that with 13 points and six rebounds at Saint Louis (3/3/04).
Produced 10 points, seven rebounds and three assists against Toledo (12-30-03), connecting on his first three-point goal of the season.
Totalled nine points, seven rebounds, three assists and a career-best five steals vs. No. 5 Cincinnati (1-21-04), the most steals by a U of L player in four years.
Reserve forward who averaged 2.9 points and 1.9 rebounds. He garnered more court time late in the season with U of L's front line depleted.
Averaged 4.3 points and 2.9 rebounds over the last eight games of which the Cardinals won six.
Scored 14 against Tulane in the C-USA Tournament quarterfinals, the second-highest tally of his career. He connected on a career-high three free throws (3-of-3) and hit just the second three-point field goal of his career en route to the third double-figure scoring game of his career.
Had five points and four rebounds against Memphis in the C-USA semifinals, the second starting assigment of his career.
Scored in double digits three times.
Had six points and nine rebounds vs. East Carolina.
Produced his first career double-double with a career-best 16 points, 10 rebounds and two blocked shots against Eastern Kentucky, hitting 7-of-9 shots from the field (12-17-02).
Had 10 points and three boards vs. Manhattan, connecting on four of his five field goals (12-18-02).
Played basketball only two years prior to college.
Grabbed two or more rebounds in 12 of his 24 appearances as a freshman.
Produced a career-high eight rebounds vs. DePaul in Freedom Hall.
Had two points, two rebounds and a season-high four assists against Eastern Kentucky.
Scored a season-high four points against Coppin State and at Charlotte.
Averaged nine points and seven rebounds as a senior for Coach Roland DeLaBarrera at The Berkshire School in Homestead, Fla., helping his team to a 16-2 record and top five national ranking.
Played on the junior national volleyball and soccer teams for the Commonwealth of Dominica.
Named the Most Improved Player on his Berkshire team as a senior.
The Commonwealth of Dominica is a Carribean island located midway between Martinique and Guadeloupe.
Originally signed with Florida A & M, but obtained a release from his letter-of-intent when the FAMU coach left the school.
Chose U of L after also considering South Carolina and Miami.
High school teammate of DePaul's Quemont Greer at Berkshire.
Born May 7, 1982 ... Son of Marcella Green and Peter George ... One of six children in his family ... Major is sports administration.
Enjoys playing volleyball and soccer in his spare time.
Personal goal at U of L is to graduate.
Post-college ambition is to play professional basketball.
Biggest thrill in sports came "when I scored the final point for my volleyball national team to win the gold."
Chose to attend U of L because "I think they have the best program and everyone treats you like family here."
What impresses him the most about Coach Pitino: his personality.
Best basketball advice given to him was to "always strive for nothing but the best."
Most proud of his mother and father.
His mother had the greatest influence on his athletic career.
Would most like to meet Michael Jordan.
Basketball Player: Michael Jordan
NBA Team: Detroit Pistons
Athlete, Other than a basketball player: Pele'
Movies: Shrek, Shrek II, Alien vs. Predator, Bad Boys II
TV Shows: Martin, Fresh Prince of Bel Air, BET Comic View