Nevada at No. 5 San Diego State photos by USA TODAY Sports
Bio entering 2013-14
As A Freshman (2012-13 Season)
Played 31 games, starting twice... Averaged 5.7 points, 3.5 rebounds and 1.9 assists in 20.3 minutes... In conference play, averaged 7.3 points, 4.1 rebounds and 2.3 assists in 21.1 minutes... Scored in double figures six times... Led the team in rebounding once and assists four times... Had multiple assists 15 times and one turnover or less 14 times... In his first four games, he had three assists and 15 turnovers, but rebounded in his final 27 with 58 assists and 48 miscues... Played 21 minutes off the bench, the most of any reserve, vs. No. 9/9 Syracuse and finished with four points, seven rebounds and one block... Finished with two points, two rebounds and one assist at USC (11-25-12), his first game back after serving a three-game NCAA penalty... Scored five points and connected on his first three-pointer vs. UCLA (12-1-12)... Had a then-career-high four assists and added four points vs. UC Santa Barbara (12-6-12)... Tied his then-career high with a game-high four assists and pulled down six rebounds vs. Point Loma Nazarene (12-18-12)... In 18 minutes vs. San Francisco (12-22-12), he finished with a then-career-high five points, three boards and two assists... Recorded a then-career-high five points, five rebounds and three assists in a career-high 23 minutes vs. No. 3/3 Arizona (12-25-12)... Scored a then-career-high 11 points, his first double-figure scoring game of his career, and added four rebounds, three assists and one steal vs. CSU Bakersfield (1-3-13). He also made a career-high seven free-throws... Started his first career game for the injured Xavier Thames at Fresno State (1-9-13). Responded with a career-high seven rebounds, personal-best seven assists, career-high two blocks, four points and one steal in a career-high 34 minutes... Scored a career-high 18 points, including 10 on a personal-best 10 free-throws, a game-high five assists and a career-high two steals in 24 minutes vs. No. rv/23 UNLV (1-16-13)... Started at Wyoming (1-19-13) for the injured Xavier Thames and produced 10 points and six rebounds... Finished with nine points, a career-high eight rebounds and three assists at Nevada (1-23-13)... Had four points, five rebounds, four assists and zero turnovers in 20 minute at Air Force (2-2-13)... Pulled down six rebounds and added five points vs. Boise State (2-6-13)... Matched his then-career high with four field goals en route to 10 points and added three boards, two assists and a steal vs. Fresno State (2-9-13)... Registered seven points and five rebounds in 23 minutes at UNLV (2-16-13)... Posted his fifth double-figure scoring game with 12 points vs. Wyoming (2-19-13), while adding three assists and two rebounds... Scored 14 points on a career-high five field goals and three three-pointers vs. Nevada (2-23-13), and added three assists... Had six points and a team-best three assists off the bench at No. 14/14 New Mexico (2-27-13)... Recorded seven points, seven rebounds and a career-high three blocked shots in 30 minutes off the bench, his most as a reserve, vs. Boise State (3-13-13) in the quarterfinals of the MW tournament... Recorded two points and two rebounds in 14 minutes off the bench in the second round of the NCAA tournament vs. Oklahoma (3-22-13)... Had two points, three rebounds and three assists vs. Florida Gulf Coast (3-24-13) in the third round of the NCAA tournament.
Helped lead the Pilots to a 32-1 record in 2011-12 as Findlay Prep finished the campaign ranked No. 2 by USA Today and second in the POWERADE FAB 50 poll... Guided the Pilots to the ESPNHS National High School Invitational title, Findlay Prep's third championship in four years... Rivals.com pegged him a five-star recruit, while ESPN.com, CBSSports.com and Scout.com gave him four stars... Was also rated No. 21 on The Rivals 150, No. 40 by CBSSports.com and No. 53 on the ESPNU 100... At his position, meanwhile, he was ranked as the 10th-best small forward by Rivals and was considered the 14th-best at the position by ESPN... Scout ranked as the No. 9 power forward in the country.