Sat out 2006-07 season after transferring from Daytona Beach Community College ... Ranked 18th in Sun Belt in scoring (12.5) ... Scored double figures in 20 of last 23 games ... Led team in scoring for eighth time with 17 in road win vs. Denver (02/21/08) ... Led team in scoring for seventh time with 22 vs. WKU (02/16/08), his fourth 20-plus point game this season ... Scored 21 points vs. South Alabama in semifinals of SBC Championships ... Enjoyed best all-around game vs. North Texas with 21 points, and established career highs for field goals made (10), field goals attempted (16), assists (5), and steals (5) in 38 minutes of action ... Played career-high 43 minutes vs. New Orleans (01/19/08) and 43 minutes at Arkansas State (02/04/08), and played all 40 minutes vs. Western Kentucky in SBC Championship (03/11/08) ... Collected career-high nine rebounds in win at Troy (01/16/08) and led team with eight rebounds vs. Western Kentucky in SBC Championships ... Was 6 for 6 from the field and scored 17 points against San Jose State in Blue Raider debut ... Converted the first eight field goals attempted as a Blue Raider ... Set career high with 24 points vs. Austin Peay (12/29/07) ... Also set career highs for 3-point field goals made (4), attempted (5), as well as free throws made (10) and attempted (13) vs. Austin Peay ... Scored double figures in 23 games ... Enjoyed strong all-around game at Houston with 11 points and eight rebounds, along with career-best four assists and no turnovers ... Had a strong performance in his first Sun Belt game vs. Florida International with 11 points, four assists and five rebounds, and scored double figures vs. 17 of 20 Sun Belt opponents Blue Raiders faced ... Six of six from the free-throw line and career-high two steals against Belmont (12/12).
Took a redshirt season.
DAYTONA BEACH CC
Named third-team Junior College All-American for coach Brad Underwood and was also a preseason All-American selection .... Made a strong debut in 2004-05, playing in 32 games and averaging 11.7 points, 5.0 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game .... Member of the Mid-Florida All-Conference team ... Member of the FCCAA All-America ... Selected to the FCCAA state All-Tournament team ... Selected to "Battle of the Beach" All-Tournament team ... Named Team MVP.
CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
Named the No. 2 prospect in Kentucky by the Louisville Courier Journal and Lexington Herald-Leader entering his senior season ... Selected to play in Blue Chip Shootout in 2002 ...Named Most Valuable Player of the Kentucky High School State Tournament after helping lead Catholic to an 83-53 win against Paducah Tilghman before 16,456 in the championship game. Had 24 points and 11 rebounds in the title game ... It marked the first-ever state championship for Lexington Catholic, which ended the season 33-2 and ranked No. 10 nationally by USA Today... All-Time leading scorer in Lexington Catholic High School history ... Runner-up Mr. Basketball in the state of Kentucky to Tennessee's Chris Lofton ... Named first-team All-State ... Selected All-Conference ... McDonald's All-American nominee ... Played for coach Danny Haney.
Born: Nov. 29, 1984 ... Son of Kim Green. Major: Liberal Studies.