|Hometown:||South Orange, NJ|
|High School:||Seton Hall Prep|
2008-09: Led team with 79 assists... Finished seventh in the Ivy League in assists (2.9 per game) and ninth in steals (1.2 per game)... Started all 14 Ivy League games... Recipient of the Stan Smith Senior Award at the post-season banquet... Made his first career start against Hartford... Scored 10 points, which matched his career high, and handed out four assists in home victory over Cornell.
2007-08: Returned from a second off-season injury to appear in two games... Made his first appearance since his freshman year at home against Dartmouth... Received a loud ovation from the crowd at Lee Amphitheater, assisted on a Raffi Mantilla three-pointer and scored his only points when Ari Greenberg passed up a breakaway layup to feed him... Recipient of the Josh Hill Award for hard work and dedication at the post season banquet.
2006-07: Missed season due to injury.
2005-06: Appeared in all 29 games off the bench... Tied for fifth on the team in steals with 21 and was sixth in assists with 39... In the victory at home over Harvard, scored 10 points, all from the free throw line. Was 10 for 12 from the line, including making two with eight seconds left that sealed the win... Against Navy, his two steals in the final 15 seconds helped clinch a 73-70 win... In the Bulldogs' win at Rice, matched his career high with four assists.
Before Yale: Helped Seton Hall Prep, one of the top high school programs in the country, to the state championship in his senior year... A second team all-state selection after averaging 5.8 assists and 6.3 points... Named the Essex County Player of the Year.
Personal: Mentors students from Career High School in New Haven as a member of the Yale Black Men's Union... Teammate and close friend of Harvard junior Andrew Pusar at Seton Hall Prep. They first met during the summer of eighth grade when they were randomly selected to be roommates at the Eastern Invitational Camp.