Former guard most widely known for leading the Michigan Condition Spartans for an NCAA Tournament in 2000, earning the NCAA Tournament Most Excellent Player award along the way. He performed in the NBA from 2000 to 2006 for the Detroit Pistons, Sacramento Kings, Cleveland Cavaliers and Seattle SuperSonics. He was a McDonald’s All-American during his mature calendar year at Flint North SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL. At Michigan Condition, he was a two-time Big Ten Meeting Player of the entire year and a 1999 Consensus First Group All-American. His sibling was tragically wiped out in 2001. He was called the NCAA Competition Most Outstanding Participant a calendar year before Shane Battier would earn the same award.