- ACC Rookie of the Week (2/18/13)
AS A SOPHOMORE (2013-14): Appeared in 20 games and made 15 starts after missing the first 12 games due to a fracture in his left foot...led team with 3.0 assists/g and 2.95 3-pointers/g...second on team with 13.4 points per game, notching double-figures in nine of last 11 games...knocked down four 3-pointers for 18 points in the ACC Tournament versus Florida State (3/13)...scored five of 20 points in overtime to down #5 Virginia (3/9)...posted five assists versus Virginia Tech (3/4)...scored 20+ points in back-to-back games for first time in career...poured in 20 points at Clemson, playing a career-high 45 minutes (3/2)...led team with 22 points (6-of-9 from 3-pt range) against #4 Syracuse (2/24)...posted career-highs in points (32), field goals made (11) and 3-pointers made (7) in sensational display against Florida State (2/8)...dished season-high seven assists and added 16 points at Virginia Tech (2/1)...played a career-high 35 minutes vs. Pitt (1/25), notching six assists...made first start of season versus Notre Dame (1/15), posting 15 points and four assists...led team with 18 points, including four three-pointers, at Pitt (1/6)...starred in season debut against Tulsa, tallying 15 points in just 21 minutes; sparked a key 14-2 first half run with five straight points...sustained a fracture in his left foot on Oct. 29 and missed first 12 games of season...recorded a double-double with 26 points and 10 assists en route to leading Maryland to a 97-90 win over the Commonwealth Giants during the Terps’ Foreign Tour this past August.
AS A FRESHMAN (2012-13): Finished fourth on the team in scoring with 7.8 points per game... Second on the team with 36 steals... Had six of the top 12 single-game steal performances with three steals on five different occasions and five on one occasion (2/10 vs. Virginia). Has multiple steals in nine games... Recorded five or more assists on six occasions... Scored 19 points on 7-of-10 shooting, including 5-of-6 3s, vs. LIU Brooklyn (11/16)... Dished out a then season-high 6 assists in 29 minutes vs. Georgia Southern (11/24)... Made his first career start vs. UMES (12/5) and dished out a season-best eight assists... Led the Terps in scoring with 13 points against IUPUI (1/1)... Led Maryland in scoring for the 2nd straight game with 21 points 8-of-12 shooting in his ACC debut vs. Virginia Tech (1/5) while also grabbing a season-high 4 rebounds... Grabbed a season-high seven rebounds and added 12 points against Wake Forest (2/2)... Totaled 11 points, five assists and a season-high five steals vs. Virginia (2/10)... Scored 16 points and hit the game-winning free throws with 2.8 seconds left in a 83-81 win over No. 2 Duke (2/16)... Scored in double figures for the sixth time in ACC play and ninth time this season with 12 points off the bench at Georgia Tech (2/27)... Tied for a team-high with 15 points while adding three assists and no turnovers vs. Niagara (3/19)... Scored in double figures for the fourth time in five postseason games with 13 points vs. Denver (3/21)... Fractured a bone in his left (shooting) hand during practice on March 24 and missed the last two games of the NIT.
AT FREDERICKSBURG CHRISTIAN SCHOOL: Graded at 89 and a three-star prospect by ESPN.com... Rated the 42nd best shooting guard by ESPN and the 7th best player in Virginia... Averaged 20 points, five assists and four rebounds as a senior... Athletic guard with 40-inch vertical leap... Led Fredericksburg Christian to a 31-2 record and a conference title as a junior... Took just 42 high school games to score his 1,000th career point... Was the first player to commit to Maryland under Coach Turgeon.
PERSONAL: Parents are Joe and Deborah Allen... Father played running back at Arizona State University... Is the youngest of four children: Starr (sister) and (brothers) Cameron and Brandon, who played basketball at Mount Olive College in North Carolina... Attended his final two years of high school at Fredericksburg Christian School... Favorite basketball players is Tracy McGrady... Enjoys spending time with his family... Chose Maryland because of the coaching staff and its location near his family.