|College:||Wallace State Hanceville|
2008 (As a Junior) – Played in 18 games,
averaging 2.3 points per game and 3.4 rebounds per game…shot
34.1 (14-41) percent from the floor…connected on 70.0
(14-20) percent of his free throw attempts, team
fourth-best…recorded ten assists, seven blocks, and five
steals…scored a season-high six points twice against Augusta
State on January 17 and February 21…grabbed a season-high
eight rebounds against Georgia Southwestern on February 16.
2006 (As a Sophomore) – Averaged 7.97 points per game at Wallace State Hanceville…led the team with 9.03 rebounds per game, grabbing a career best 271 rebounds on the year…was 6th in ACCC Division I in defensive rebounds per game with 5.66, 6th in total rebounds per game with 9.03, 9th in offensive rebounds per game at 3.36, and ranked 22nd in field goal percentage at .667…scored a season-high 15 points against Jefferson Davis on December 7, and against Gadsden State on February 8…pulled down a season-high 15 rebounds on two different occasions, and attempted a season-high 12 field goals against Cleveland State Community on November 29.
2006 (As a Freshman) – Averaged 9.93 points per game at Wallace State Hanceville…led the team with 9.0 rebounds per game, pulling down 178 defensive boards and 74 rebounds on the offensive end…ranked 2nd in the ACCC Division I in defensive rebounds per game at 6.35, 7th in total rebounds per game, and 19 in field goal percentage at .496…scored a season-high 17 points against Columbia State Community on November 8, and against Bevill Stat Fayette on January 19…pulled down a season-high 17 rebounds against Lawson State on February 23, and made a season-best seven free throws on January 19 against Bevill State Fayette.
High School – Played basketball for head coach Sherman White at George Washington Carver High School in Atlanta, Georgia…received the Coca-Cola Recipient Award, was a top 20 senior in the nation, and was named the school’s Most Valuable Player.
Personal – Born July 6, 1984…son of David and Sandra Butler…majoring in Education.