As A Redshirt (2011-12 Season)
Used his redshirt season after transferring from St. John's prior to the 2011-12 academic year... Practiced with the team throughout the campaign.
As A Freshman at St. John's (2010-11 Season)
Played in all of St. John's 33 games, while making 27 starts... The Red Storm with a 21-12 record (12-6 BIG EAST)... He was one of five to play in every game... His 27 starts were the fourth-most on the squad... Averaged 4.4 points and 2.5 rebounds in 14.9 minutes... Shot 45.6 percent, which was the fifth-highest on the team... Blocked 15 shots, the second-most among the Red Storm... His minutes (15.1) and shooting percentage (.476) increased during conference play... Led the team in scoring and rebounding once... Started the season opener at Saint Mary's (11-16-10) in front of a national television audience and scored a career-high 16 points on the strength of a personal-best six field goals and two three-pointers... Connected on another two three-pointers en route to 10 points and a career-high nine rebounds vs. Columbia (11-17-10)... Had 10 points and five boards vs. Northwestern (12-21-10)... Blocked a career-high three shots at West Virginia (12-29-10)... In a career-high 31 minutes at Notre Dame (1-8-11), he had 12 points and six rebounds... Against DePaul (2-23-11), he matched his personal-best with three blocked shots, while adding eight points and four rebounds... In the second round of the NCAA Tournament vs. Gonzaga (3-17-11), he had 12 points, on 4-of-6 shooting and a career-high four free throws, three rebounds, a personal-high three assists and a career-best three steals.
Attended Westchester High and played for coach Ed Azzam, who coached SDSU all-time scoring leader Brandon Heath and current Aztec assistant coach Tony Bland... Was the California State Player of the Year and Los Angeles City Section Player of the Year after guiding the Comets to a 32-3 record and their second consecutive Division I title... Rated a top-30 prospect after averaging 20.9 points, 9.8 rebounds and 2.0 blocks as a senior... Father, Dwayne Polee Sr., was the 1981 Los Angeles High School Player of the Year, which made the father-son duo just the second-such tandem to accomplish the feat in L.A.