|High School:||Klein Collins|
|College:||Northwest (Wyo.) College|
ACADEMIC NOTES: Majoring in applied sociology…Graduating in May 2011.
CAREER NOTES: Seen action in 60 games with 26 starts...Ranked third in the Big Sky in assists per game and second (tied for 29th in Division I) in assist-to-turnover ratio at 2.4-to-1 in 2009-10.
2010-11 (SENIOR): Saw action in all 32 games with two starts...Scored 1.3 points per game with 2.1 assists per game...Had 27 steals on the season...Recorded four straight games in Big Sky play with two steals in each game at one point...Had a season high seven points at Montana State...Recorded a season-high six assists against Sacramento State and Portland State.
2009-10 (JUNIOR): Saw action in all 28 games with 24 starts...Averaged 2.9 points, 1.4 rebounds and a team-best 4.0 assists...Ranked third in the Big Sky in assists per game and second (tied for 29th in Division I) in assist-to-turnover ratio at 2.4-to-1...Had eight games with six or more assists...Ranked third on the team steals with 27...Had more than one steal in six games...Tied season-high with 10 assists against Eastern Washington...Had a season-high 10 points against Southwestern with 10 assists for first career double-double in first NAU game...Scored length of the court dribble and score with less than five seconds left to send game into second overtime against Portland State...Steal with 10 seconds left sealed the win at Eastern Washington
PRIOR TO NAU: Transfer from Northwest College in Wyoming…Two-year starter at Northwest College…Coached by Andy Ward… Named to the WCCAC first-team, the All-Region IX Team and was the Player of the Year in Region IX North…Started 31 games as a team captain…Averaged 14.3 points and 4.0 rebounds…Named to the All Tournament Team at the College of Southern Idaho K & T Steel Classic…Started 29 games in 2007-08, scoring 5.4 points per game…Was named to the Wyoming Community College Athletic Conference All-Defensive Team and was named team’s Best Defender.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2007 graduate of Klein Collins High School…Coached by Tim Shoemaker…Led his school into the top 8 as a sophomore and top 16 of the state tournament in the Texas’ largest classification during his final two seasons.
PERSONAL: Born Julian Prister Olubuyi Oct. 25, 2009 in Houston, Texas…Son of Margaret Olubuyi…Has one brother, Justin, and one sister, Josephen.