2010-11: Played in 27 games, making three starts... Received the Patrick D. O'Pake Award as the team's Unsung Hero... Scored a career-high 14 points in win at Fordham... Started vs. UMass (Feb. 5) and had five points and three assists, with no turnovers in career-high 32 minutes... Tallied nine points in each of final two games at A-10 Tournament... Missed BU, Holy Cross, and Siena games after undergoing appendectomy... Also started Penn State and GW games... Had four points against Drexel... Dished out four assists vs. Norfolk State... Scored nine points against Penn State... Team co-captain.
2009-10: Played in 26 games... Had four points, an assist and a rebound against Charlotte... Scored two points against Xavier... Had an assist against Saint Louis... Had two steals in win over St. Bonaventure... Scored eight points and dished out a career-high four assists in win over Penn... Scored a career-high 10 points and added three assists against Rhode Island...Added six points with one assist and one steal against Cornell... Scored nine points and had four rebounds against DePaul... Added seven points and had two assists in win over Boston College... Scored three points in win over Holy Cross.
2008-09: Scored four points and grabbed two rebounds against Siena...Matched career-high seven points at Lehigh...Played a career high 19 minutes against Indiana and Alabama, respectively, at the Maui Invitational...Scored career-high seven points against Texas...Tallied two points in eight minutes at Holy Cross...Played 10 minutes against Rider grabbing a rebound and dishing an assist.
2007-08: Saw action in 18 games... Scored first career points vs. Richmond... Grabbed two rebounds at Charlotte... Recorded first assist at Creighton... Played a season-high 15 minutes versus Penn.
High School/Personal: All-State selection at Harding High School for two consecutive years... Three-time Connecticut Post Super 15 All-Star... Scored over 25 points per game his senior season, as team went 21-5... Named "Mr. Basketball" for Connecticut in 2007... Earned All-FCIAC honors for three consecutive years, while being named the league MVP in 2006... Was the Connecticut Post's Super 15 MVP as a junior after averaging 22.9 ppg and leading Harding to a 20-0 record and a FCIAC championship... Averaged 21.0 points per game in his career as a three-year starter, while scoring over 1,600 points... Played at Harding for his father, head coach Charles Bentley... Majoring in business... Born August 27, 1988.