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Sophomore Guard Plans to Transfer at End of Semester
Penn State tops Northwestern in the second round of the Big Ten Tournament, 65-57
Penn State vs. Nebraska (USATSI) Men's Basketball
Penn State vs Ohio State
Penn State vs. Illinois (USATSI) Men's Basketball
Penn State vs. Iowa (USATSI) 02-03-2018
AS A SOPHOMORE (2017-18)
• Played in 35 games with three starts.
• Sliced first-half deficit vs. Temple to five points with critical jumper and 3-pointer in final 69 seconds of first half. Went 4-4 for
• Averaged 3.0 rebounds in three Big Ten Tournament games with high of four vs. Ohio State.
• Scored seven points and had three assists at Illinois. Also delivered
• Thunderous dunk vs. Rutgers broke backboard camera.
• Hit a jumper in overtime to help defeat Nebraska and finished with a then-Big Ten-best seven points.
• Earned his third start of season and career at Indiana and played 25 minutes. Had five points off two field goals.
• Played 19 minutes vs. Northwestern and had his fourth block in five games.
• Scored five points and had one rebound in eight minutes at Maryland.
• Played 18 minutes vs. Coppin State scoring seven points with two treys. Also had
• Made his first career three-pointer vs. Rider. Recorded
• Gave quality minutes on defense at Iowa and had seven minutes with one assist vs. Wisconsin.
• Went 6-6 from the free throw line at N.C. State and added three rebounds, an assist
• Shared team
• Had 10 points off 4-5 shooting against Pittsburgh and had career bests in assists (4) and steals (4).
• Had 10 points vs. Columbia, going 6-6 from the free throw line. Pulled down a career-best eight rebounds.
• Upped his minutes on the court to 22 vs. Montana.
• Scored then-career-best 12 points in 20 minutes of action vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11-12).
• Inserted into the starting lineup vs. Columbia due to injuries to guards Tony Carr and Josh Reaves.
• Had four points, two steals and two rebounds in 15 minutes of play in the opener vs. Campbell.
AS A FRESHMAN (2016-17)
• Saw action in 18 games and 11 conference contests...Missed last six games with a hand injury
• Averaged 6.7 minutes per game for the season, but started to contribute more from the bench with double figures in minutes vs. No. 24 Maryland, at Illinois and at Nebraska
• Totaled season- and career-best seven points vs. Grand Canyon with three field goals and a successful trip to the charity stripe
• Also pulled down two defensive rebounds and registered an assist and a steal vs. the Lopes
• Scored four points vs. Maryland shooting 2-2 from the field and pulled down two rebounds
• Made the most of his time vs. Terps, registering a block and a steal
• Perfect from the line with five made and five attempts in 2016-17
• Had a career-best two steals at Nebraska and picked up a block.
PRIOR TO PENN STATE
ESPN three-star recruit and No. 7-rated player from Pennsylvania...Helped lead Roman Catholic to back-to-back PIAA AAAA State Championships, along with teammates Tony Carr and Lamar Stevens...Named First Team All-Pennsylvania by the PA Sports Writers) and Second Team All-Philadelphia by the Philadelphia Daily News following senior season after being third-team honoree as a junior...Played with AAU team "Team Final," averaging 8.5 ppg and 5.1