2013-14 • Junior
-Averaged 6.5 points and 2.0 rebounds.
-Had career-highs in points (18) and assists (9) at Auburn on Feb. 15.
-Had season-high of 6 rebounds twice — Prairie View on Nov. 8 and at Auburn on Feb. 15.
-Led MSU in minutes played with 927.
-On the year was a 38.2 percent shooter (99-259), but in last six games was 32-60 (.533).
-Scored in double-digits 14 times, with season-high of 18 points coming twice in back-to-back games — Tennessee on Feb. 26 and Missouri on March 1.
-Grabbed season-high 6 rebounds five times.
-Had three steals four times.
-Second on the team with 82 assists and fourth with 30 steals.
-Started both SEC Tournament games against Vanderbilt and Ole Miss, scoring 16 points in each game.
-Finished the year with 289 points and 91 rebounds.
2012-13 • Sophomore
-Averaged 6.1 points, 2.3 assists, 1.2 steals and 3.3 rebounds.
-Tied for the team lead with 75 assists.
-Led the team in minutes played with 931.
-Drew a team-high 12 charges.
-Scored a career-high 13 points against Missouri.
-Pulled down a career-high 8 rebounds against Providence.
-Recorded first and only block at Georgia.
-Went 6-6 from the free throw line in the win against Ole Miss.
-Recorded a season-best two made 3-pointers against Texas.
-Scored double-digits in 6 games.
-Led or co-led the team in assists in 15 games.
-Led or co-led the team in steals in 6 games.
-In the SECT, averaged 9 points, 1.5 assists and 5 rebounds and shot 6-14 from the field.
-Helped lead the Blue Knights to the finals of the Region 24 Tournament and finished the season as a finalist for player of the year honors.
-Averaged 15.4 points, 3.1 assists, 2.6 rebounds and 1.8 steals en route to earning Great River Athletic Conference and Region 24 Freshman of the Year plaudits.
-Guided the Tigers to four Manhattan Borough titles and three appearances in the quarterfinals of the Double A playoffs.
-Played an instrumental role in helping Wadleigh post a 29-6 mark as a senior and nearly led the Tigers to a berth to the Final Four.
-Registered 30-plus point games on five different occasions and finished his prep career with an average of 23 points per game.
-Recognized as a first-team Manhattan All-City performer by both the Daily News and the Post.
-Selected as a two-time Public School Athletic League player of the week.
-Was a McDonald's All-American nominee.