2015-16 • Senior
-Named second-team preseason All-SEC.
-Second on the team with his 13.0 scoring clip and 41 steals.
-Season-high 24 points came at Texas A&M on 2-24-16.
-Scored in double-digits 24 times and in 16 of the 18 SEC games
-Scored 20-plus points five times.
-Tied career high with 8 rebounds at Arkansas and home against Ole Miss.
-Season high of 4 steals came at home against South Carolina.
-In SEC Tournament against Georgia, led MSU with 19 points to go along with his 7 rebounds, 5 assists, 1 block and 1 steal.
-Finished his career with 1,492 points, the 11th most in school history.
-His 185 steals rank 4th all-time at MSU.
-He also finished with 412 rebounds, 305 assists and 69 blocked shots.
-In all for his career, he appeared in 123 games and drew 115 starts while logging 3,354 minutes.
2014-15 • Junior
-Played in 28 games, missing four games due to a back surgery in the offseason.
-Became the 34th player in MSU history to score 1,000 points.
-Currently ranks 9th all-time with 144 steals.
- Led MSU with highest 3-point percentage with .360.-Tied his career high of 8 rebounds at South Carolina.
-Tied his career blocks against Mizzou with 2 blocks.
-Scored 20-plus points against six SEC opponents.
-Season-high of 27 points came at Ole Miss on Jan. 28.
-Scored in double-digits 15 times.
-Started in 22 of his 28 games to play for the Bulldogs.
-In SEC games, averaged 14.4 points.
-In the SEC Tournament against Auburn, he totaled 21 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists.
-Finished the year with 317 points, 79 rebounds, 48 assists and 29 steals.
2013-14 • Sophomore
-Led MSU in scoring and was 18th in the SEC with his 13.7 clip.
-Scored in double-digits 24 times and totaled 20-plus points six times.
-Career high of 33 points came at LSU on Feb. 19.
-Scored 20-plus in three-straight games against Loyola Chicago (24, Dec. 1), TCU (24, Dec. 5) and Southeastern Louisiana (22, Dec. 13).
-Led the Bulldogs in field goal attempts (324), field goals made (157), free throws made (111) and attempted (179), assists (88) and steals (60).
-His 60 steals tied for the seventh-most in a single season at MSU.
-Season-best 8 assists came against Auburn on Jan. 22.
-Career-high 7 steals came in win against Ole Miss on Jan. 11.
-Was named the SEC Player of the Week on Dec. 2 after having 24 points against Loyola and 12 versus Jackson State.
-In the SEC Tournament against Vanderbilt and Ole Miss, scored 20 and 16 points. Also had 6 assists, three steals and a block against the Commodores, while having 8 rebounds against the Rebels.
-Finished the year with 437 points and 120 rebounds in 900 minutes of action.
2012-13 • Freshman
-Received SEC Freshman of the Week honors twice (Jan. 14 and March 11).
-Appeared in all 32 games and drew 30 starts.
-Led MSU with 10.5 points per game.
-Scored a career-high 25 points against LSU.
-Tied the team lead with 75 assists.
-His 55 steals were the third most all-time by an MSU freshman.
-Scored in double-digits 15 times.
-Led or co-led the team in scoring in 17 games.
-Scored what proved to be the game-winning free throws against South Carolina in MSU’s first SEC win.
-His 300th-career point came in the regular-season finale against Auburn.
-Averaged 12.5 points in the SECT, scoring 19 against Tennessee.
-Was tabbed 6A Alabama Player of the Year and Alabama Gatorade Player of the year while also earning All-Metro and All-State first-team accolades.
-Shot 65 percent from the field, 52 percent from 3-point range and 80 percent at the foul line.
-Led Carver to a 29-3 record and the Class 6A championship crown.
-In the 61-56 win against Hazel Green, scored a career-high 33 points on 10-19 shooting.
-As a junior, averaged 23.2 points, 5.2 rebounds, 5.2 steals and 5.1 assists as his team finished 33-2 and lost to eventual 6A champion Hillcrest in the semis.
-Averaged 17 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists.
-As a 4-star recruit by Rivals, listed as the 88th overall best player in the country and the 15th best shooting guard.