Kansas City, Mo.
Indian Hills CC
|Height / Weight:|
6-0 / 175
Became the first CSU player to score 40 points or more in 20 years after scoring 43 for the Top of the World Classic Tournament record vs. Tennessee State (11/17). The mark is the top point performance in the Mountain West during the season...Notched double-figures 25 times, including 23 of the last 26 games and 14 of 16 Mountain West contests...Finished with 17 points at Northern Colorado (12/1), hitting five three-pointers in the game...Had 18 points and six assists at Minnesota (12/8)... Averaged 36 minutes and 24 points per game in the month of January...Made a career-high 10 free throws, on 10 attempts, vs. TCU (1/19) on his way to a 25-point performance...Was good on five of his seven three-point attempts on his way to a 26-point night at home vs. San Diego State (1/29), and finished with three steals...Earned his first career double-double with a 20-point, 10-rebound performance at TCU (2/20)...Recorded 11 20-point games...Finished the season ranked No. 1 in points per game in the MWC, sixth in field-goal percentage and sixth in minutes played.
Played at Indian Hills Community College for head coach Jeff Kidder...Helped Indian Hills to a 33-3 record while recording 14 points and six assists a game...Was named to first-team all-region and all-district teams.
Attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and averaged 5.6 points for the Cornhuskers.
Averaged 25 points in his four-year career at Archbishop O'Hara High School in Kansas City, Mo., including scoring 31 points a night during his senior campaign... Helped lead the Celtics to a 4A Missouri state championship in 2005...Recorded a 56-point game his junior year...Was named to first-team all-metro, all-region, all-area, all-district, and all-state teams in his final three years as a Celtic...Was ranked the 24th-best point guard in the nation by Scout.com...Played with Kansas Jayhawks guard Brandon Rush during AAU basketball...Garnered high school All-America honors in 2005...Attended Nike basketball camps as well as ABCD basketball camp in high school.
Born Aug. 22, 1986, in Kansas City, Mo...Son of Shayleen Walker...Has two brothers, Jaylen Walker-Couch (12) and Marc Beachem (16), and two sisters, Andrea Beachem (21) and Aricka Beachem (20)... Lists his favorite TV show as Martin and favorite food as baked chicken and rice...His mother ran track for Nebraska and Missouri.