As A Junior (2014-15 Season) MW Rankings: 4th in blocked shots, 8th in offensive rebounds, 14th in rebounding NCAA Rankings: 14th in total blocked shots, 25th in blocked shots per game
Named the Mountain West Defensive Player of the Year by the media and the co-defensive player of the year by the coaches... Earned a spot on the MW all-defensive team in a vote by the coaches... Received the starting nod in all 36 games and averaged a 23.3 minutes... Averaged 3.7 points, a career-high 5.1 rebounds and a personal-best 2.5 blocked shots... Connected on 53.2 percent from the floor, the second-best mark on the team... Broke the school record of 214 blocked shots originally set by Leonard Allen from 1982-85, when he blocked three shots at UNLV (3-4-15) to move his total to 216... He finished the year with 231 career blocked shots with 91 occurring during the season... Blocked multiple shots 25 times... Led the team in rebounding 12 times... Finished with two double-figure scoring and rebounding efforts... Became just the third Aztec since the 1996-97 season to record a game with at least nine points, six rebounds and six blocked shots when he accomplished the feat vs. Colorado State (2-14-15); The others: Malcolm Thomas vs. Saint Mary's on Dec. 1, 2010, and Spencer at Kansas on Jan. 5, 2014... Matched his career high with six blocked shots and led the team with eight rebounds and three steals vs. CSUN (11-14-14)... Posted eight points and nine rebounds, and blocked a game-high five shots vs. Brigham Young (11-24-14)... Had a game-high five blocked shots, which was three more than Pittsburgh (11-25-14) had as a team... Set a career high with 13 rebounds, including six offensive, and made a personal-best five free-throws at Washington (12-7-14)... Scored a season-high 10 points on a career-best 6-for-6 shooting performance from the free-throw line, and added a game-high six rebounds and a game-high three blocked shots vs. Ball State (12-20-14)... Tied a career high with six blocked shots, made 5-of-6 free throws en route to nine points and pulled down six rebounds vs. Colorado State (2-14-15)... Recorded game highs of 11 rebounds and four blocked shots at New Mexico (2-17-15)... Tied his season high with 10 points and led the team with seven rebounds vs. St. John's (3-20-15) in the second round of the NCAA tournament... Blocked a game-high four shots vs. No. 4/5 Duke in the third round of the NCAA tournament (3-22-15).
As A Sophomore (2013-14 Season) MW Rankings: 3rd in blocked shots NCAA Rankings: 28th in total blocked shots, 34th in blocked shots per game
Started all 36 games, while averaging 23.8 minutes... Averaged a career-high 4.8 points and 4.3 rebounds... Shot a team-best 56.9 percent from the field... Other career highs include field goals (74), free throws (25), assists (8), blocks (89) and steals (25)... Set the single-season school record with 89 blocked shots... Blocked at least one shot in 33 of SDSU's 36 games... Had multiple blocked shots 25 times... Blocked four or more shots 11 times... Scored in double figures a personal-best five times and had one double-digit rebounding performance... Enjoyed one of the best games of his career with a personal-best 13 points, a career-high six blocked shots and nine rebounds, including six offensive, at No. 16/17 Kansas (1-5-14)... Equaled his scoring output from his previous four games with 12 points at San José State (1-22-14). Made all four field-goal attempts and a season-high four free-throws... His first blocked shot of the game was his 100th of his career in his 54th career game vs. Colorado State (2-1-14)... Was a perfect 3-for-3 vs. Utah State (3-13-14) in the MW quarterfinals, marking the fifth time he finished with a perfect field-goal percentage (min. two attempts), and tied his season high with two steals... Blocked four shots vs. UNLV (3-14-14) in the MW semifinals, giving him 11 (3.67 per game) in three games vs. the Rebels... Had a season-high 10 rebounds, his second career game with double-digit rebounds, in the MW championship game vs. No. 20/20 New Mexico (3-15-14)... Set the single-season SDSU record for blocked shots after he swatted four to go with a career-high four steals vs. New Mexico State (3-20-14) in the second round of the NCAA tournament... Played 27 minutes vs. North Dakota State (3-22-14) in the NCAA third round... Finished with five points, seven rebounds and two blocked shots vs. No. 4/5 and top-seeded Arizona (3-27-14) in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament.
As A Freshman (2012-13 Season) MW Rankings: 3rd in blocked shots
NCAA Rankings: 114th in blocked shots
Played in all 34 games, averaging 14.2 minutes... Averaged 2.9 points and 2.9 rebounds... Set the SDSU and Mountain West freshman record for blocked shots in a season with 51 (team-high 1.5 bpg)... His season blocked shot total was the fourth-most in the Aztec record book... Blocked at least one shot 24 times and had multiple blocks 13 times... His 40 offensive rebounds were the fourth most on the team... Had one double-figure scoring and rebounding game... Enjoyed his best night as an Aztec with personal-bests in scoring (12), field goals (4) and free throws (4) vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11-21-12)... Grabbed a career-high 11 rebounds in 30 minutes at USC (11-25-12)... Blocked a career-high four shots, while adding five points and two boards vs. Point Loma Nazarene (12-18-12)... Recorded four points, three rebounds, two blocks and a career-high three steals vs. No. 15/17 New Mexico (1-26-13)... Blocked a career-high four shots vs. Boise State (2-6-13)... Scored eight points on a career-high four field goals, grabbed six rebounds, had a career-high one assist and blocked a career-high four shots vs. Wyoming (2-19-13)... Set the SDSU (45) and Mountain West (44) freshman record for blocks in a season with his career-high four vs. Nevada (2-23-13)... Scored two points and had a blocked shot in the second round of the NCAA tournament vs. Oklahoma (3-22-13)... Pulled down four rebounds (three offensive) and blocked one shot vs. Florida Gulf Coast (3-24-13) in the third round of the NCAA tournament.
Finished the season ranked No. 126 on the 2012 Rivals 150 and No. 22 among the nation's centers... ESPN.com gave him a scout grade of 89 and three stars... The website tabbed him as the 16th-best player in California, the 26th-best in the region and the 37th-best power forward... Scout.com pegged him as the 30th-best center nationally and a three-star athlete... MaxPreps.com rated him as a four-star player... Helped Price High to a runner-up state finish in Division IV of CIF in 2011-12... Averaged 13 points, 12 rebounds and six blocked shots for a Price team that finished 26-9... Was named the 2012 Wave Newspapers Player of the Year and was a first-team selection... Tabbed a third-team performer on the Cal-Hi Sports all-state team... Led his squad to victory in the 2012 Collison All-American game.