Played nine total minutes playing off and on throughout the game ... Had two assists and one defensive rebound ... Grabbed three rebounds while picking up three assists and one steal against Ohio ... Scored two points and had one assist against Marshall ... Scored a season high seven points with four rebounds against Lamar ... Went 2 for 3 from the field against Howard ... Went 2-2 from the field and 1-1 from behind the arc scoring five points against Houston Baptist ... Also grabbed four rebounds and had two assists.
Three-time Mr. Basketball Finalist in Tennessee played 14 minutes in his Middle Tennessee debut ... Saw action in 28 of 32 games, earning two starts ... Scored seven points off the bench and dished out five assists with just two turnovers in his first collegiate action vs. Trevecca ... Enjoyed a break-out game at Troy, establishing career high for points (12), field goals made (4), and minutes (25) ... The 12 points at Troy represented his first career double-figure scoring game as a Blue Raider ... Earned first career start vs. SIU-Edwardsville, with career-high four steals and four rebounds ... Earned second career start vs. North Texas, with eight points and three rebounds ... Dished out five assists vs. Trevecca ... Saw extensive action off the bench in 60-57 conference win vs. Arkansas State, playing 17 minutes, scoring four points, dishing out an assist, no turnovers and providing a defensive spark.
CULLEOKA HIGH SCHOOL
Played for coach Bruce Slatten at Culleoka High School ... Regarded as a Top 10 prospect in Tennessee by various recruiting services ... Scored 2,077 career points to become all-time leading scorer at Culleoka High School ... Three-time Mr. Basketball Finalist ... Three-time All-State selection ... Three-time All-Region selection ... Three-time District 9 most valuable player ... Averaged 18 points, eight assists and eight rebounds to help lead Culleoka to the Class A state semifinals ... Increased average to 19 points per game as a senior and led Culleoka to the Sub-state before being upset ... Lettered all four years of high school basketball and also lettered four years in football; however, played prep football at Class AAA Columbia as Culleoka did not offer the sport ... Regarded as one of the top multisport players in Tennessee and turned down football scholarship offers to concentrate on basketball during his first season at Middle Tennessee ... Also a DECA officer and a member of youth leadership in Maury County.
Born: Jan. 30, 1989 ... Major: Liberal Studies ... Notable: Two-sport standout; however, played basketball at Culleoka High School and football at Columbia High School.