Height: 6'5"
Weight: 195
Year: Junior
Hometown: Washington, N.C.
High School: Miller School
Experience: 1 Letter


AS A FRESHMAN (2010-11) - Could play shooting guard or power forward... Talented four-star prospect "with all the tools"... Had 2 points with assist, rebound in 6 minutes in exhibition win over Florida Southern (11/1)... Highlight-film dunk highlighted 4-point effort in collegiate debut vs. Seattle Univ. (11/8)... Went 2-for-2 FG for 4 points and 2 boards in win over Maine (11/14)... Had 5-minute stint in victory over Delaware State (11/23)... Had 4 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists in 11 minutes in win over UNC Greensboro (12/8)... Went 1-3 FG with monster dunk in 8-minute stint vs. Colgate (1/4), also 2 assists... First ACC action came with a minute in win at Wake Forest (1/12)... Had 8-minute stint with 2 points (2-2 FT) and rebound vs. Virginia Tech (1/20)... Had 5 minutes in first half at Miami (3/2) with a steal... Longest stint in an ACC game vs. UVa (3/5) with 10 minutes, 2 boards, 2 assists.

BEFORE MARYLAND - 4-star prospect by Ranked 53rd nationally by Rated 13th nationally among shooting guards by and 42nd overall, graded at 95... Chose Maryland over Virginia, Clemson and Miami among others... Transferred to Miller School in Crozet, Va., after attending Southside (N.C.) High and Terra Ceia Christian School... Averaged 21 points, 6.5 rebounds, 4.0 assists as a senior, playing for Scott Willard... Scored 33 points in a tournament game played in his hometown... Former AAU coach Tony Squire told the Baltimore Sun, "he reminds me of a similar version of Ray Allen at this stage in the game."... Squire also coached Terrapin alumnus Bambale Osby.

PERSONAL - Born in Cleveland, Ohio... Chose Maryland over Kentucky, Virginia, West Virginia and NC State... Lists Kobe Bryant as his favorite player... Says his favorite book is "The Great Gatsby"... Majoring in criminology and criminal justice... Lists his father as his role model... Recipient of the Cliff & Camille Kendall Family Scholarship.


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