2008-09 (Senior): As the lone senior leading a young and energetic roster, finished his Fresno State career as the 41st highest scorer in Bulldog history with 876 points for an average of 9.2 points over a 95-game career ... after spending the vast majority of his collegiate career solely on the wing, split time at the point and wing while helping direct the Bulldog offense to top the WAC for the third straight year with the most 3-pointers made per game (7.2) with a team-high 117 assists ... started 23 of 25 games played ... averaged 12.9 points, 4.7 assists and 4.4 rebounds per game for his best complete season as a Bulldog ... recorded a career-high 22 points against San Jose State on Jan. 10, 2009 ... scored a game-winning fall-away jumper off an inbounds pass from freshman point guard Bryce Cartwright with 0.9 seconds left for the `Dogs first road victory of the season, 66-64, over the Pacific Tigers on Dec. 6, 2009 ... delivered a clutch 20 points in thrilling 90-87 overtime win at Cal Poly on Dec. 29, 2009, including a critical set of 3-pointers and five vital free throws ... knocked down the `Dogs biggest shot of the season by softly lofting a 15-foot go-ahead jumper with 21.7 seconds remaining to lift Fresno state ahead for good in 62-58 opening round victory against Hawai'i in the 2009 WAC Tournament.
2007-08 (Junior): Played in 14 games, starting 12 while averaging a career-best 29 minutes per game ... sidelined due to injury during first half of 2007-08 ... surpassed the 550-point career mark in the regular season finale against Nevada on March 8, 2008 ... made 15 three-pointers on 50 attempts ... fourth on team with 3.7 rebounds per game and 24 steals ... scored a career-high 21 points and five three-pointers in 75-68 win over Portland on Nov. 9, 2007 ... recorded double digit point totals in five games.
2006-07 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season.
2005-06 (Sophomore): Closed out the year with six straight double figure games and averaged 14.2 points and 4.8 rebounds per game while totaling eight steals, a block and 14 assists ... also closed out the season by posting double figures in 13 of last 15 games for an average of 12.1 points and 5.2 rebounds per game ... recorded his 18th double figure game at Nevada ... was one rebound away, twice, from recording first career double-double (vs. Utah State and vs. New Mexico State) ... set a season-high and tied career-high in rebounds (9) versus New Mexico State ... in his 40th career game, collected his 100th rebound against San Francisco ... had season-high three offensive rebounds vs. Iona, USF, New Mexico State and Creighton ... tied his career-high in field goals (7) at Creighton ... versus San Francisco, had a team-high 16 points to go along with a team-best seven rebounds ... set career-high in assists (5) vs. New Mexico State ... has a career-high 7-10 mark at the free throw line against Iona ... collected a career-high 18 points, four 3-pointers and two blocks against Buffalo ... has a career-high four steals against Cal Poly and Idaho ... has career-high 41 minutes against Utah State ... eclipsed the 400-career point plateau versus Boise State ... in the final overall WAC stats, finished seventh in steals per game (1.42) ... in the final WAC games, only, finished third in steals per game (1.57) and 14th in rebounding (5.3) ... starting 20, played in 26 of the team's 28 games ... named team's Best Defensive and Most Improved player.
2004-05 (Freshman): Played in all 30 games, starting seven ... starting four of the last eight games, averaging 6.6 points per game in this span ... scored a season-high 15 points, twice, in the season-opener against Maryland-Eastern Shore and Buffalo ... a top reserve who made 35.0 percent of his three-point attempts ... averaged 5.0 points per game.
Washington Union High School: Lettered all four years at Washington Union ... led school to the Central Section's Division III title as a senior ... named to the state's All-Division III team ... ended his prep career with 1,960 points, fourth-best in school history and 11th-best in section history ... wrapped up a stellar senior campaign averaging nearly 20 points per game.
Personal: Born Jan. 30, 1986 ... parents' names are Landrea Wade and Jonathan Willis ... has two brothers, Trevon Willis and Vernell Green, and two sisters, Vennessa Willis and Yolandrea Green.
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