|Hometown:||New Castle, Ind.|
•Butler’s top scorer off the bench in 2008-09 and 2009-10.
•One of nine players who share Butler’s single season record for games played (38).
•Named to the Horizon League Academic All-League Team in 2008-09. 2009-10 and 2010-11.
•Played in 37 regular season games, including 14 as a starter...came off the bench with nine points and four assists in Butler’s victory over Florida Southern and had seven points and three assists against Hanover in Butler’s two exhibition games...came off the bench with six points and three assists in Butler’s season-opener against Marian...recorded a career-high five assists in 20 minutes at Louisville...had nine points as a starter against Ball State...posted four points and three assists at Siena...scored 11 points, including two free throws to send the game into overtime, and matched his career-highs with five free throws and five rebounds in a career-high 36 minutes against Evansville...hit a pair of clutch free throws with seven seconds remaining and shared Butler’s scoring lead with 15 points at Loyola...shared the team lead with two steals and added three points and three rebounds against Duke...scored six points in 19 minutes against Mississippi Valley State...scored 14 points, all in the second half, to help spark Butler past Washington State in the championship game of the Diamond Head Classic...hit a pair of clutch, second half three-point field goals and finished with nine points against Valparaiso...missed Butler’s home game against Cleveland State while battling the flu, and then played briefly against Youngstown State...scored three points, grabbed three rebounds and had two assists at Detroit...had six points in a reserve role at Wright State...came off the bench with nine points on three three-point field goals in Butler’s home win over Green Bay...hit five of eight three-point field goal attempts and matched his career-high with 17 points at Valparaiso...hit three three-point field goals in the second half at Youngstown State...scored six points at Cleveland State...came off the bench with 10 points in Butler’s home victory over UIC...hit three three-point field goals and scored nine points in Butler’s home win over Wright State...hit a pair of key three-point field goals and scored six points in Butler’s victory over Florida in the championship game of the Southeast Regional...came off the bench with eight consecutive points to put Butler in front for good against VCU in the national semifinals.
2009-10: Played in all 38 Butler games this season, including one as a starter...ranked fifth in the Horizon League in three-point field goal percentage (.414)...led Butler’s reserves in scoring and minutes played...hit three of five shots from beyond the three-point arc and scored a season-high 13 points in Butler’s win at Northwestern...came off the bench with nine points in 18 minutes against UCLA in the second round of the 76 Classic...had six points in 18 minutes against Clemson in the 76 Classic...grabbed a season-high three rebounds at Ball State...hit all three shots he attempted and scored seven points in Butler’s league-opener against Valparaiso...came off the bench and hit three three-point field goals and scored 11 points against Georgetown in the Jimmy V Classic...scored five points in a reserve role in Butler’s home victory over Green Bay...tallied five points and matched his career-high with five rebounds against Milwaukee at Hinkle Fieldhouse...hit a big three-point field goal late in the game and scored eight points in Butler’s victory at Wright State...came off the bench with five points in the second half in Butler’s victory at Detroit...hit four of six three-point field goals and scored 12 points in Butler’s homecourt victory over Youngstown State...came off the bench with eight points at UIC...hit three three-point field goals in the first half and scored nine points to help lift the Bulldogs past Green Bay on the road...didn’t miss a shot and scored 10 points in 16 minutes in Butler’s home victory over Wright State...hit a pair of key three-point field goals to help spark the Bulldogs’ comeback in Butler’s home win over Loyola...came off the bench with eight points at Youngstown State...came off the bench and scored six points on back-to-back three-point field goals against Siena...finished with six points in a career-high 33 minutes, while making first collegiate start at Valparaiso...came off the bench and hit three three-point field goals and finished with 11 points against Wright State in the Horizon League Tournament championship game...hit three three-point field goals in a reserve stint against UTEP in the first round of the NCAA Tournament...saw nine minutes of action against Michigan State in the national semifinals...came off the bench and hit a three-point field goal against Duke in the NCAA Division I national championship game.
2008-09: Played in 30 games for the Bulldogs...Missed two games due to illness ending a streak of 43 consectutive games...Led Butler's non starters in scoring and minutes played...Recorded over 10 points in five games...Scored 13 points to go along with two rebounds, two assists and a steal in a career high 31 minutes against Drake...Led the team scoring a career high 17 points to go along with two rebounds against Wright State...Made a career high five three point field goals at Wright State and vs. UIC...Had 11 points, two rebounds, two assists and a rebound in Butler's win over Wright State in the Horizon League Tournament Semi-finals...Had six points and three rebounds included a buzzer beating three pointer at Cleveland State...Scored five points to go along with a career high three steals against Valparaiso...Led the Bulldogs with 13 points in the season opening victory over Drake...Finished the season averaging 5.2 points and 1.2 rebounds per game.
2007-08: Has played in all 33 games this season...Scored first collegiate points with a three-point field goal in Butler's victory over Indiana State...Tallied seven points in Butler's win at Evansville...Had three points, a rebound and a steal in nine minutes against Florida State in the Wooden Tradition...Posted three points, two rebounds and two assists at Florida Gulf Coast...Came off the bench and scored five points to help Butler defeat Valparaiso at Hinkle Fieldhouse...Had three points and three assists in 10 minutes at Loyola...Scored eight points to help spark the Bulldogs past Green Bay at Hinkle Fieldhouse...Matched his career-high with two rebounds at Youngstown State...Came off the bench with a career-high four assists against Loyola in Hinkle Fieldhouse...Scored a career-high nine points in 12 minutes to help lift the Bulldogs at Milwaukee...Came off the bench with eight points and career-highs of four assists, two rebounds and one steal against Youngstown State...Scored eight points, grabbed two rebounds and added two assists in 19 minutes of reserve action at UIC.
High School: All-State guard at New Castle Chrysler High School...named to the Indiana All-Star Team for the two-game summer series against Kentucky...chosen captain of the Indiana All-Star squad...named to the 2007 Academic All-State Team...three-year all-conference performer...two-year team captain...averaged 18.7 points as a senior...led the North Central Conference in three-point field goals (3.00) and assists (5.58) in 2006-07...shot .821 from the free throw line as a senior and .847 as a junior...had a high game of 37 points (in 32 minutes) against Danville in the 3A Regionals as a junior (his 37 points came in the second game of the day. He scored 25 points in 32 minutes in the first game against Roncalli)...nailed 13 of 21 shots in the win over Danville...hit 10 three-point field goals against Rushville...posted a career-high 13 assists against Shenandoah as a sophomore...named third team All-State in 2005-06...averaged 18.9 points, 6.5 assists and 3.4 rebounds as a junior...selected as Muncie Star Press boys basketball Athlete of the Year in 2006...helped lead his high school squad to an Indiana state championship in 2006...played on teams that set a school record with 18 consecutive victories between 2006 and 2007...helped New Castle Chrysler to a 23-3 mark in 2006-07...played on three sectional championship teams, one regional championship squad and one semi-state championship team...earned four varsity basketball letters......High School Coach: Steve Bennett.