2012-13/junior at Illinois State
After never starting as a sophomore, started 30 out of 32 games played Recorded 10 double-digit scoring efforts Collected two or more steals 11 times Was held to 2.5 points per game during the Valley Tournament Matched his career high with five assists and scored eight points in the loss at Utah State (Feb. 23) Was one of four Redbirds in double-figures with 12 points and two assists in the loss to Wichita State (Feb. 17) Netted eight points and matched his career high with four rebounds in the win at No. 16 Creighton (Feb. 9) Scored 12 points with two steals to help ISU come back from a 17-point deficit to win at Drake (Feb. 6) Netted 22 points, his second-highest output of the season, in the loss to Drake (Jan. 12) Earned a career-high five assists in the loss at Indiana State (Dec. 30) Scored seven points and grabbed two rebounds in the loss at No. 5 Louisville (Dec. 1) Became the first Redbird since 2010 to score 30 points on 9-for-15 shooting during his career-high effort in the win over UAB (Nov. 23) Also collected a career-best six steals and earned a new career-high six three-point field goals against UAB Converted a key four-point play during an 11-point effort to help beat Drexel (Nov. 15) Made his first-career start against UC Santa Barbara, and scored 10 points with two rebounds (Nov. 12) Named the 2012 Dr. James E. Collie Endowed Scholarship recipient.
2011-12/sophomore at Illinois State
Originally came to Illinois State as a member of the football team, as a wide receiver Saw his first action of the season against Norfolk State (Dec. 18), after sitting out the last academic year due to NCAA transfer rules Averaged 5.5 points per game during the NIT run Scored 51 points in 82 minutes of action against Creighton this season, or 17 points per game Named to the Valley's All-Bench Team, as voted on by the league's newspaper beat writers Poured in 17-point efforts against Wichita State (Feb. 22), Northern Iowa (Feb. 11) and Creighton (Feb. 1) Held scoreless in his first three games with the Redbirds, but over the last 21 games of the season, averaged 9.1 points Collected seven double-digit efforts on the season Left the Drake game (Jan. 15) late in the second half with an ankle sprain and missed the next two games as a result of the injury Poured in a career-best 29 points against Creighton (Jan. 13), on 11-for-17 shooting and 5-for-9 on threes Scored his first points in an Illinois State uniform at Southern Illinois (Jan. 1), and finished with 12 points thanks to a 3-for-3 shooting effort on threes.
Played as a walk-on on Tubby Smith's Gopher basketball team in 2009-10 and saw action in nine games, where he scored seven points, grabbed two rebounds and was credited with one assist Also played two seasons at Minnesota on the football team.
at Maplewood-Richmond Heights High School
A standout on the basketball court, as he led the Blue Devils to a 2008 state basketball championship Scored 25 points in that state title game, including the game-winning layup with four seconds left after his team trailed by 19 points earlier in the contest Also won a state track championship in the 300-meter hurdles in 2006 Rated as the No. 52 athlete in the nation by Rivals and the No. 99 wide receiver in the country by Scout.com Earned three-star rankings from both Scout and Rivals Holds the school's career record for total touchdowns with 62 First 1,000-yard wide receiver in MRHS history Two-time first-team all-state performer.
Born June 3, 1990 Son of Sherry Robinson and LaMont Johnson Major: journalism One of five siblings.