2013-14: Recipient of the team’s most improved player award… Appeared in 26 games off the bench… Fourth on the team with 22 three-pointers… Shot 50 percent (22-of-44) from beyond the arc… Scored a career-high 18 points in road win at Cornell… Averaged 16 minutes and 6.6 points in the five games in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament… Scored nine points in the wins over Quinnipiac and Columbia.
2012-13: Shot 66.7 percent (6-of-9) from the field in limited action… Had 11 assists and three turnovers… First career appearance came at Saint Joseph’s… Scored nine points in 11 minutes against Albertus Magnus.
Off the Court:
- Involved in highschool Younglife, a fellowship that bring youth closer to Jesus helping them grow in their faith, and was a camp leader
- Summer coach for high school's junior varsity team
- Worked on construction job sites with his father's electrical contracting business the past two summers
Before Yale: District, Region and County most valuable player at Brentwood High School… Tennessee McDonald’s All-America nominee… Averaged 17 points and seven assists… Scored more 1,200 career points… Holds school assists record… Helped Brentwood to the 2012 region championship and three district titles… Played for Tennessee Travelers and Tennessee Contenders AAU teams… Played against Kentucky’s Alex Poythress and Florida’s Dillon Graham and with Maryland’s Charles Mitchell.
Personal: Cousin, Brad Trout, played professional football with the Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs and Atlanta Falcons.