Becomes third Viking selected, joins Diggs in 2006 and Graham in 2009
COLLEGE: Fourth-team Division II Bulletin All-American, first-team National Association of Basketball Coaches/NCAA Division II West District and Daktronics West Region All-Star and Great Northwest Athletic Conference Player of the Year ... Played in NABC DII All-Star Game ... Started all 27 games as senior in 2008-09 ... Helped Vikings to 21-6 record, first outright GNAC title and first round of NCAA II West Regional ... Averaged team-leading 19.1 points, which ranked second among league leaders, and 3.2 assists ... Scored 515 points, becoming first WWU player to have two 500-point seasons ... Held under double-figure points just twice, being team's leading scorer in 16 contests ... Had 14 20-point games with high of 29 on two occasions ... First-team GNAC all-star as junior in 2007-08 ... Named team's Most Outstanding Player ... Started all 27 games ... Led team and was league's second-leading scorer with 18.5 average ... Named to three all-tournament teams ... Was team's top scorer in 19 games and scored double figures 24 times, both WWU bests ... Had school-record 10-game streak as team's leading scorer ... Scored 30 or more points three times, having career-high 33 vs. Western Oregon on 1/12/08 ... Team co-captain ... Started all 26 games as sophomore in 2006-07 ... Averaged 15.3 points ... Scored double figures in all but two games ... Had 20 or more points in six games ... All-tournament pick at Great Western Shootout and WWU Chuck Randall Thanksgiving Classic ... Shared team's Captains Award ... Redshirt in 2005-06 ... Viking Jam Slam-Dunk champion in 2005 and 2006 ... Played in 11 games as freshman during 2004-05 season before leaving school for personal reasons ... Averaged 4.6 points ... Four letters.
HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team all-State and California Interscholastic Federation Division I-AA all-star as senior at Fontana High School ... Also second-team San Bernardino Sun all-County and first-team all-Citrus Belt League pick ... Set school records for career and season scoring ... Helped Steelers to 19-6 record and second round of CIF playoffs, averaging 25.6 points, 6.0 assists, 6.0 rebounds and 3.5 steals ... Tied school record with 44 points in win over Redlands East Valley HS ... Team captain and MVP for third straight year ... As junior, second-team all-CIF and all-county and first-team all-league, averaging 19.0 points on 25-3 team that won league title and reached third round of CIF playoffs ... First-team all-league as sophomore, averaging 17.0 points on team that reached third round of playoffs ... Started three years and lettered four.
PERSONAL: Major is business management ... His father, Ira, Sr., played football at University of Wyoming.