|High School:||Bloomington South|
•Played in 35 of 36 games this season.
•Tied for third on the team in three-point field goals.
•Played in 36 games in 2011-12, including 11 as a starter.
•Saw action in two of Butler’s 2011 NCAA Tournament games.
•Member of the 2010 Indiana All-Star Team.
•Helped Bloomington South High School to a 68-3 record over three seasons.
Played in 34 Butler games (missed one game following the death of his father, Leonard), including one as a starter...tied for third on the team in three-point field goals...had six rebounds in 15 minutes in a reserve stint against Elon...came off the bench with six points in 12 minutes at Xavier...had a key tip-in down the stretch in Butler’s victory over Marquette...came off the bench with seven points and three rebounds against North Carolina...tallied six points and grabbed four rebounds in 15 minutes against Illinois in the championship game of the Maui Invitational...had four points and five rebounds in a season-high 18 minutes against Ball State...came off the bench with 10 points and three rebounds against IUPUI...grabbed eight rebounds and scored five points in 15 minutes at Northwestern...came off the bench with 10 points and five rebounds to help lead Butler past top-ranked Indiana...had seven points and three rebounds in 12 minutes at Dayton...grabbed four offensive rebounds against Temple...returned to action after missing one game and hit a three-point field goal against St. Bonaventure...had five rebounds and four points in 10 minutes at George Washington...scored a season-high 13 points and grabbed a career-high nine rebounds as a starter against Charlotte...came off the bench with five points in Butler’s victory over Xavier...scored nine consecutive points in the second half to help lift Butler past Dayton in the A-10 Tournament...came off the bench with two points and four rebounds in seven minutes against La Salle in the quarterfinals of the A-10 Tournament...hit a pair of three-point field goals in 11 minutes of action against Marquette in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.
Played six minutes in Butler’s opening exhibition game against Northern State...had five points and three rebounds in 16 minutes in Butler’s exhibition win over Franklin...came off the bench with five points in 15 minutes at Evansville...played briefly against Chattanooga, Louisville and Gardner-Webb...had one point in limited action against Savannah State and at Indiana...scored a career-high 10 points in a career-best 17 minutes against Oakland City...had five points in nine minutes against #8 Xavier...grabbed three rebounds in eight minutes at Ball State...helped spark the Bulldogs with nine points off the bench against Purdue...given first collegiate start at Gonzaga and wound up leading Butler with a career-high 16 points...had four points and a career-high four rebounds as a starter at Stanford...had five points in a reserve role at Detroit...came off the bench with 10 points and two rebounds at Green Bay...posted second consecutive double-figures scoring performance with 10 points in a reserve role against Wright State...returned to Butler’s starting lineup at home against Detroit and posted 10 points for the third consecutive game...scored five points as a starter at Cleveland State...had 10 points in 17 minutes at home against Loyola...posted fifth double-figures scoring performance in seven games with 11 points against Indiana State...had three points and two rebounds off the bench against UIC at home...grabbed a career-high seven rebounds in Butler’s Horizon League Tournament victory over Milwaukee...scored 12 points and grabbed a team-high six rebounds against Valparaiso in the Horizon League Tournament Semifinals...came off the bench with four points and three rebounds at Penn in the quarterfinals of the CBI.
Saw action in 26 regular season games...scored eight points and grabbed four rebounds against Hanover...tallied two points and one rebound against Florida Southern...had two points and a rebound in his collegiate debut against Marian...came off the bench with six points and two rebounds in Butler’s victory over Ball State...had three points in 10 minutes against Evansville...pulled down a pair of rebounds in Butler’s win at Loyola...scored four points in five minutes against Mississippi Valley State and two points in eight minutes against Stanford...scored two points in a reserve stint against Valparaiso...came off the bench with two points and a rebound at UIC.
High School: Three-year varsity team member and two-year varsity starter at Bloomington South High School...had a 52-1 record as a varsity starter (losing the final game of his senior year)...helped Bloomington South to an unbeaten (26-0) season, a #1 state rank, a #3 national rank and a state championship in 2008-09...team captain and leading scorer on No. 1-ranked team as a senior...helped Bloomington South to a 23-1 record and the Final Eight of the state tournament in 2009-10...named to the Indiana All-Star Team...John Wooden Award winner...Herald Times “Player of the Year” as a senior...A.P. Second Team All-State in 2009-10...selected to the Indiana Academic All-State Team...named to the MaxPreps Top 100 Players in the Nation (#100) and Hoosier Basketball’s “Top 60 Players”...2010 IBCA Top 15 Seniors in 2009-10...selected as one of five ESPN Rise National Players of the Week, 2/15/10...Midwest Player of the Week, ESPN Rise...IBCA/Pacers.org Player of the Week three times in 2009-10...nominated for the McDonald’s All-American Team...two-year All-Area performer...two-year, first team All-Conference...received team’s “B” Man Award for leadership as a senior...scored 25 points in the North/South All-Star Game in April of 2010...averaged 15.3 points, 8.5 rebounds and 1.2 blocked shots as a senior...had career-highs of 26 points, 19 rebounds, three assists and three blocked shots against Pike as a senior...named to the IBCA Junior All-Star Team in 2009...selected 2009 IBCA Top 15 Underclassmen...named to the 2009 A.P. State Tournament Team...chosen to the Conference Indiana Leadership Council in 2009...averaged 10.3 points and 7.1 rebounds as a junior...three-year varsity letterwiner...High School Coach: J. R. Holmes.