2015-16: Appeared in seven games his senior season…Played one minute against Wagner (12/22) in season’s first appearance…Contributed six points in 13 minutes at VCU (1/2) in the conference opener…Was 2-for-3 from the charity stripe against the Rams and also picked up two rebounds and two blocks…Chipped in two points and one rebound in six minutes against Dayton (2/6)…Secured a rebound at Rhode Island (2/9)…Played two minutes on senior day against Richmond (3/5), recording two points and one rebound.
2014-15: Appeared in 18 games and earned one start versus College of Charleston (11/23)…Opened the season with five points and three rebounds against Cornell (11/14) in 14 minutes…Followed with six points and three rebounds against Princeton (11/16)…Recorded first steal versus West Virginia (11/20) to open the Puerto Rico Tip-Off…Pulled down four rebounds versus New Mexico (11/21)…Earned start versus College of Charleston and finished with four rebounds, three points and two assists in 14 minutes…Scored six points and hit four free throws against Davidson (1/24)…Posted six points and four rebounds at Duquesne (1/31)…Scored season-high nine points hitting first three-pointer at Saint Joseph’s (2/7)…Had seven points and three rebounds in 18 minutes at Dayton (2/25)…Contributed eight points and an assist at Saint Louis (2/28).
2013-14: Sat out the season due to NCAA transfer rules and earned a redshirt.
At Georgia Tech: Appeared in 54 games in two seasons…Averaged 11.8 minutes per contest and contributed 3.2 points and 1.9 rebounds per outing…Totaled 21 assists, 15 steals and 14 blocks…Was a 40.8 percent field goal shooter…Connected on 26-of-35 free throw attempts (74.2 percent).
Prep: Four-year letterwinner at Milton High School… MVP all four years…Helped lead the Eagles to a State Championship in 2010…Three-time All-State selection and a four-year All-Region and All-County selection…Helped lead Eagles to Georgia Class AAAAA state finals appearance…Ranked as high as 11th-best power forward prospect and 64th in country among recruits…Left as the all-time leading scorer with 2,039 career points.
Personal: Parents are Charles and Joy Royal…Has one sibling, Skylar…Plans to major in marketing.
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