2015-16 | Redshirt-Junior
Third team All-Sun Belt Conference ... Second Team National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-District 24 Team ... Leading scorer for Red Wolves, ranking fifth in the Sun Belt Conference, averaging 17.3 points per game ... His average ranked as the highest by an A-State player since 2007-08 (Adrian Banks - 18.4) ... Second on team shooting 45.8 percent (183-400) from the field and led team by shooting 41.7 percent (88-211) from 3-point range ... His 88 made 3-pointers ranked tied for the third-most in single-season program history ... Finished season ranked second in the Sun Belt Conference in both 3-point field-goal percentage and 3-point field-goals made ... Shot 70.1 percent (82-117) from the charity stripe, pulled in 4.4 rebounds per game and had 60 assists, 10 blocks and 22 steals ... Averaged 18.6 points on 46.1 percent (124-269) field-goal shooting and 42.2 percent (62-147) 3-point shooting in league games ... Logged 10 or more points in 27 of 31 games played, including the last 21 games ... Poured in 20 or more points in 15 games, including two games of 30 more points ... Posted career high of 34 points at UT Arlington (Jan. 21), shooting 54.5 percent (12-22) from the field ... Had double-double of 20 points and 11 rebounds versus Appalachian State (Jan. 16) ... Averaged 22 points on 51.0 percent (25-49) shooting from the field and 50 percent (11-22) from 3-point range in three-straight games against non-conference road games at Oregon (Nov. 25), Baylor (Nov. 27) and Missouri (Dec. 1).
2014-15 | Junior
Ineligible for competition due to NCAA Division I Transfer Rule.
2013-14 | Sophomore (Kent State)
Played at Kent State University ... Coached by Rob Senderoff ... Averaged 1.9 points (25 pts.), 0.9 rebounds (12 rebs.), 0.3 assists (four asts.), and 0.2 steals (three stls.) in 13 contests ... Started two games - against Princeton (12/31) and Bowling Green State (2/12) ... Played an average of 7.2 minutes per game with 94 total minutes of action ... Connected on 28.6 percent (8-28) from the floor, 10 percent (1-10) in three-point field goals, and had an 80 percent (8-10) efficiency rate at the free throw line ... Recorded career highs in points (seven) and rebounds (five), which included three on the offensive end, in the Golden Flashes' season opener versus Ohio Northern (11/8) ... Played career-most 16 minutes against Ohio Northern (11/8) ... Tallied six points versus Kennesaw State (12/1), which included 4-5 performance at the charity stripe ... Netted three points apiece against Seton Hall (11/13) and the College of Charleston (12/21) ... Grabbed two rebounds each in back-to-back outings against Temple (11/11) and Seton Hall (11/13) ... Saw 14 minutes of action versus Seton Hall (11/13) and 10 minutes against Princeton (12/31).
2012-13 | Freshman (Lake Land College)
Spent the season at Lake Land College in Mattoon, Ill. ... Coached by Cedric Brown ... Tabbed the Great Rivers Athletic Conference (GRAC) Freshman of the Year ... Earned first-team all-conference laurels ... Averaged a team-high 17.5 points an outing to rank 56th among the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) national leaders while his 491 points output was 76th highest nationally ... Compiled per game averages of 5.3 rebounds (149 rebs.), 2.5 assists (70 asts.), and 1.8 steals (49 stls.) while shooting 40.4 percent (156-386) from the floor, 34.1 percent (44-129) from three-point field goal range, and 75 percent (135-180) at the free throw line ... Helped lead the Lakers to a 19-11 overall record ... A nominee for the GRAC Player of the Year Award.
Achieved All-Big 12 Conference First-Team recognition in senior season at Champaign (Ill.) Centennial High ... Prepped by Tim Larin ... Garnered The News-Gazette All-Area First-Team honors, which encompasses the East Central Illinois area ... A 2012 graduate ... Played football in 2011.
Son of Terry Carter of Champaign, Ill. ... Has four brothers and three sisters ... Enjoys basketball and being with his teammates ... Majoring in interdisciplinary studies.