2012-13: Played in 27 games, starting in nine games at point guard…Handed out two or more assists in four different games, including a season-best five assists in only 20 minutes at Central Arkansas on Dec. 5…Had eight multi-rebound outings...Swiped two or more steals on three different occasions, tying a career-best four steals at Cincinnati on Nov. 11 and at Lipscomb on Dec. 8.
2011-12: Was one of only three players to play in all 31 games, logging a team-high 30 starts at point guard…Handed out a team-high 86 assists (2.8 per game) against only 57 turnovers…Ranked fourth in the OVC in conference games only in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.6)…In OVC-only games, ranked fifth in assists per game (3.4) and ninth in steals per game (1.4)…Tallied four or more assists in 11 games, including a career-best seven to go along with eight points and four rebounds in 39 minutes at Austin Peay on Jan. 28…Scored a career-high nine points in only 22 minutes against Jacksonville State on Feb. 2…Ranked second on the team with 36 steals, swiping three or more steals on seven different occasions…Swiped a career-best four steals and added eight points in a career-high 48 minutes at Eastern Kentucky on Jan. 19.
2010-11: Appeared in 28 games at point guard, making 10 straight starts from Nov. 27 through Jan. 3...Compiled 32 points, 26 assists and 22 rebounds in 296 total minutes...Led the team in assists on four occasions...Best game of the season came at Tennessee Tech on Jan. 13, when he set career-highs in minutes (34), points (nine), assists (seven; against only two turnovers), field goals made (four) and field goals attempted (10)...Handed out three assists in home games against MacMurray (Nov. 12), Lipscomb (Nov. 27) and William Woods (Dec. 19).
BEFORE UTM: Played under head coach Kevin Keatts at the prestigious Hargrave Military Academy program...He was rated by ESPN as the 12th best point guard prospect out of the state of Virginia...Before Hargrave, he attended Charlottesville High School, playing for his father Mitch Minor...He was voted Most Valuable Player of the Virginia High School Coaches Association (VHSCA) All-Star game, where he poured in 20 points, four rebounds and four assists to help the West team to a 110-94 win...At CHS, he was named second team All-Central Virginia in 2008 and led the Black Knights to two consecutive Group AA tournament showings as a junior and senior.
PERSONAL: Born on March 26, 1991...Son of Mitchell and Michelle Minor...Has one younger sister...Majoring in health and human performance.