A look back at 17 years of Houston Men's Basketball in Conference USA
2004-05 (As a Junior)
Started 31 of Houston's 32 games..ranked sixth among Conference USA leaders in blocked shots and steals with 1.56 blocked shots and 1.97 steals per game...was 17th among league's rebounding leaders with a 5.8 average...led the Cougars with two double-double performances...netted a career-high 19 points and a season-high 11 rebounds against Memphis... had 11 points and 10 rebounds against McNeese State...scored in double figures 14 times... scored 18 points against DePaul and Lamar...tallied 14 points versus Wichita State, TCU, Texas A&M and 12th-ranked Washington... scored 10 points against USF in the C-USA Postseason Tournament... grabbed 10 rebounds against USF, Saint Louis and Southern Miss and McNeese State... blocked a career-high four shots against New Orleans and TCU...had three blocked shots in seven games...registered a career-high six steals against Tulane...made a career-best six three-point field goals against DePaul.
2003-04 (As a Sophomore)
Played in 26 games...started 11 contests...scored a season-high nine points at Saint Louis...netted seven points against Marquette and Texas A&M...pulled down a career-high 16 rebounds against Centenary... grabbed nine rebounds against Texas A&M...had two steals versus USF twice, Centenary, UAB and Texas A&M...blocked three shots against Southern Miss.
2002-03 (As a Freshman)
Played in 10 games...scored a season-high 10 points and grabbed five rebounds against Louisiana-Lafayette... tallied seven points, seven rebounds and two steals at Texas Tech.
Was an Honorable-Mention Class 2A All-State selection...Named an All-District 7-2A selection and a First-Team All-Metro player as both a junior and a senior by The Advocate in Baton Rouge...averaged 18.7 points, 10 rebounds and 3.2 assists while helping Jackson reach the state quarterfinals and a Top 10 ranking with a 20-10 record as a senior...was a three-year letterman in basketball at Jackson...averaged 23 points, 10 rebounds, three steals and two blocked shots as a junior...chipped in 15 points, five rebounds, four blocked shots and two assists per game as a sophomore.
Major is kinesiology and sports administration...born June 18, 1984, in Baton Rouge, La...son of Lloyd and DeGloria Dyer...chose to attend Houston after being recruited by LSU, Arkansas and New Mexico...hobbies include drawing.