- Transferred to Murray State after sophomore campaign.
Started all 33 games at the two guard for the Mocs…was fourth in points (10.0) and third in rebounds (4.8) per game on the squad while leading with 90 total assists (2.7/gm)…tied Casey Jones for the team lead in steals with 40 with a season high of five against Montreat and DI high of four in home win over Furman…scored in double digits 17 times…three double-doubles while grabbing 10 or more boards three times…had 16 points, a career-best 15 rebounds and five assists in the pivotal home win over Western Carolina…season-high 21 points in OT loss at Samford…first career double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds against Kennesaw State…posted 17 points and a career-high 10 assists in the Dr Pepper Championship win over Maine...ranked among Southern Conference leaders in scoring (29th, 10.0), assists (13th, 2.7) and steals (T8th, 1.2).
Second on the Mocs in scoring behind Z. Mason (12.1 ppg)…started all 32 contests…set freshman records for three-pointers made (38), three-pointers attempted (125), free throws made (120), free throws attempted (196), free throws made in a game (13) and free throws attempted in a game (19) with both coming in home win over Elon…tied freshman mark for steals in a game with four at College of Charleston and in road win at Western Carolina…ended up just four free throw attempts shy of 200 with 196 which is the sixth most of the DI era…21 double-digit games with three in the 20’s…high of 24 came in home win over Elon…tallied 22 points with seven rebounds and four assists in home win over The Citadel…20 points, eight rebounds and two steals in narrow home loss to CofC…high of nine boards in Dr Pepper Classic Championship win over Utah Valley…10 or more free throw attempts in five games…high of six assists in road loss to UNCG…led the team in scoring nine times, five time on the boards.,,five or more assists four times, three or more steals thrice.
Led Redemptorist to 99 wins over his four-year career playing for Tim Waller, Jr.…averaged in double digits each of his four seasons for the Wolves including 29.2 points per game as senior…also topped 20-plus as a junior scoring 26.2 points per contest…rated top 20 player by ESPNHS prior to start of 2011-12 season…ranked No. 11 by Scout.com overall, No. 3 shooting guard…chose Chattanooga over Murray State and Arkansas State.