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Overview: Signed in the late period with the program in the spring of 2011, he was one of five players to sign with Clemson in Brad Brownell's first recruiting class...brings a physical, defensive mindset to the guard position, an attribute that has served him well in Brad Brownell's system...two-sport athlete in high school, he was an all-state player in basketball and football...does not shy away from contact on the offensive end, showing a good ability to draw fouls and finish strong at the rim...tied for third on the team with a 35.5-inch vertical leap...logged the most minutes of any of the freshmen in 2011-12, and then followed by playing the second-most minutes on the roster as a sophomore...started all but one game at the point guard position his sophomore season...through two seasons, has played in 62 games for a total of 1,442 minutes, 23.3 per game...leads all active Clemson players with 144 career assists...switched from jersey No. 4 to No. 12 after freshman season...recruited by Earl Grant...majoring in community recreation, camp & sport management.

In Italy (August 2013): Averaged 8.5 points per game in 21.3 minutes per outing over four contests against Italian club teams and all-star groups...shot 50 percent from the field, showing an improved mid-range game...posted 10 assists, third on the team...had seven steals, fourth-most on the roster...best game was the final against Airte, when he tied for team-high honors with 16 points on 8-of-10 shooting...also had nine against Dream Team Italy when he was 4-for-6 from the floor.

In 2012-13: Played in all 31 games, with 30 starting assignments...only game he did not start was at home versus NC State...averaged 29.8 minutes per game, the second-highest figure on the team...led team with 110 assists...also led team with 1.83 assist-to-turnover ratio...third on the team with 29 steals...averaged 5.7 points per game, sixth-best on the team...reached double figures on two occasions...led or tied for the team lead in assists in 20 games...played 20 or more minutes in every game...posted five or more assists in 11 games, including six times against ACC foes...ended season with an average of 5.0 assists per game over Clemson's last four contests...fourth on the team in ACC games with 3.1 rebounds per game.

Best Games of 2012-13: Scored season-high 16 points in road loss at NC State...made career-high seven field goals in 13 attempts versus the Wolfpack defense...second-highest scoring total of the season was also on the road, at South Carolina...produced 15 points in the win over the Gamecocks, making 3-of-5 field goals and 9-of-12 free throws...added four rebounds and four assists in Columbia...posted nine points and six assists with zero turnovers in 28 minutes at Furman...scored nine points in 29 minutes against Purdue in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge...posted career-best 10 assists in home rout of Florida A&M, in only 22 minutes of play...posted six points and six assists versus SC State...scored nine and added four steals against The Citadel...posted six points and four rebounds at home against Florida State...made 4-of-4 field goals and scored eight points and did not commit a turnover in 36 minutes of Clemson's home win over Virginia...tallied five points and six assists with only one turnover at Florida State...made 4-of-10 shots and scored nine points in Clemson's road win over Georgia Tech, while playing 29 minutes without a turnover...posted six points and four assists at Virginia Tech...ended season with seven points and five assists in 34 minutes versus Florida State in the ACC Tournament.

In 2011-12: Appeared in all 31 games for the Tigers, with nine starting assignments...logged 519 minutes, more than any of the other first-year freshmen...averaged 16.7 minutes per game...averaged 3.8 points and 1.3 rebounds per game...shot 44 percent from the field and 80 percent in limited attempts from three-point range...shot 52 free throws, fifth-most on the team...possessed a positive assist-to-turnover ratio (34-28)...made 49 percent of his field goal attempts during ACC regular season play...collected 14 steals and was a regular in the "jammer" role in Brownell's defensive scheme...played double figure minutes in 22 of the 31 games, with a high of 39 in the overtime win over Southern Illinois...scored at least two points in 25 of the 31 games.

In High School: Two-time Augusta Chronicle Boys Basketball Player of the Year (2010, 2011)...played in the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association All-Star Game, he scored 15 points...scored game-high 33 points in CSRA All-Star Game a few weeks later...2011 GACA AA South Player of the Year...two-time first-team AA all-state selection (2010, 2011)...two-time Region 3-AA Player of the Year (2010, 2011)...averaged 24.7 points per game as a senior when he led Laney to the AA state semifinals for the second straight season...averaged 21.9 points per game as a junior and led team to the AA state semifinals...coached by Jerry Hunter...standout football player at Laney, he was named to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution all-state team in 2010 as a wide receiver...coached by Jerry Hunter...born Jan. 12, 1993.


*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide

S T A T S

Hall Career Statistics
Year
GP-GS
Min/Avg
FG-FA
Pct
3FG-FA
Pct
FT-FTA
Pct
Off/Reb/Avg
A-T
BS-ST
PF-D
Pts/Avg
2011-12
31-9
519/16.7
41-93
.441
4-5
.800
31-52
.596
12/39/1.3
34-28
0-14
36-1
117/3.8
2012-13 31-30

923/29.8

69-158 .437 2-9 .222 37-62 .597 17/79/2.5 110-60 2-29 50-1 177/5.7
Totals
62-39
1442/23.3
110-251
.438
6-14
.429
68-114
.596
29/118/1.9
144-88
2-43
86-1
294/4.7
Hall Career Highs
Points: 18 vs. Southern Illinois, 12/23/11
Field Goals Made: 7 vs. NC State, 1/20/13
Field Goal Attempts: 13 vs. NC State, 1/20/13
Field Goal %: .500 (3-6) vs. Iowa, 11/29/11; .500 (5-10) vs. Southern Illinois, 12/23/11
3-Pointers Made: 1 vs. many (6), last vs. Virginia Tech, 1/27/13
3-Point Attempts: 1 vs. many (14), last vs. Florida State, 3/14/13
Free Throws Made: 9 vs. South Carolina, 12/2/12
Free Throw Attempts: 12 vs. South Carolina, 12/2/12
Rebounds: 6 vs. Virginia, 2/7/13
Offensive Rebounds: 4 vs. UTEP, 12/22/11
Assists: 10 vs. Florida A&M, 12/15/12
Blocked Shots: 1 vs. many (3), last vs. Wake Forest, 1/15/13
Steals: 4 vs. The Citadel, 1/1/13; 4 vs. Florida State, 1/5/13
Minutes: 39 vs. Southern Illinois, 12/23/11; 39 vs. Wake Forest, 1/15/13

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