|Hometown:||St. Louis, Mo.|
|High School:||Christian Brothers College HS|
2016-17 | Freshman
Appeared in 10 games, scoring 11 points in 43 minutes ... Had six points, rebound, assist and steal in home opener against Central Baptist (Nov. 14) ... Collected two rebounds and an assist in three minutes against SIUE (Nov. 22) ... Scored two points in seven minutes off the bench against Cleveland State (Nov. 30) ... Drained 3-point basket in two minutes off the bench against ULM (Jan. 2) ... Missed final 15 games due to injury.
All-State selection in 2016 ... A three-time first team all-conference selection ... Led the Cadets to a 20-9 record and the quarterfinals of the state tournament in his senior season ... Had team-high 15 points in loss to Chaminade in the tournament ... Helped the Cadets to the championship of their own D.C. Wilcutt Tournament and was named the MVP in 2016 ... In the championship game against Cardinal Ritter, scored a game-high 23 points and pulled down 14 rebounds for his third double-double in the tourney ... He had 11 points and 10 rebounds in the first round against Northwest Academy and 16 points and 10 rebounds in the semifinals against Hazelwood East ... An all-tournament pick at the Adam Lopez Thanksgiving Tournament in Springfield, Ill. and the Coaches vs Cancer Tournament at Meramec ... Named Most Valuable Player of the Highland Shootout and was selected to the D.C. Wilcutt All-Tournament Team in 2015 ... Led CBC to the Borgia Tournament championship in 2014-15 and earned first team all-tournament team honors ... Played AAU ball for the nationally acclaimed St. Louis Eagles that advanced to the Peach Jam Final ... A two-year team captain, helped CBC to the Class 5A State Championship in his sophomore season while averaging 13.0 points per game on 58 percent shooting. In his junior season, led the team with an average of 15.5 points per game while shooting 45 percent from the floor ... He pulled in an average of 4.3 rebounds per game and dished out 28 assists to lead the Cadets to an 18-7 record.