Will not sign with an agent, maintaining his amateurism
Boilermakers advance to fourth Big Ten Tournament final
Vincent Edwards leads Boilers with 25 points
Haas' free throw with 4.0 seconds left is final margin
Dakota Mathias leads five players in double figures
Photos from Purdue men's basketball vs. Texas Tech - Friday March 23, 2018
Purdue vs. Michigan (USATSI) Men's Basketball
Penn State vs. Purdue - 2018 Big Ten Tournament Semifinals: Photos by USA Today Sports Images
Purdue at Illinois
Purdue vs. Rutgers (USATSI) 2-03-2018
Eastern appeared in all 37 games off the bench averaging 2.9 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.1 assists per game while shooting 48.3 percent from the field.
Ranked third on the team in offensive rebounds (37) despite playing the eighth-most minutes.
Grabbed 10 rebounds in 24 minutes against Minnesota, the most for a guard in almost five years.
Scored a career-high 11 points with six rebounds and a steal in the Big Ten Tournament championship game against Michigan.
Dished out eight assists in 21 minutes in the season opener against SIU Edwardsville, the second most for a freshman in a season opener in school history. Also added eight points and five rebounds for a "statsheet stuffer" game, the second by a freshman in a season opener in school history (Chris Kramer).
Sparked a second-half surge in a loss to Wisconsin, scoring seven points with two rebounds, two steals and an assist in 14 minutes.
A 4-star recruit according to ESPN.com, he was ranked as the 78th-best prospect in America and the 21st-best point guard nationally.
Ranked a 4-star recruit and 73rd nationally by Rivals.com.
Ranked a 4-star recruit and the 19th-best point guard nationally by Scout.com. "By adding Eastern, Purdue has one of the better classes in the Big Ten Conference".
A 4-star recruit by 247Sports, ranked as the 59th-best player nationally.
Called one of the "most unique and versatile perimeter players in the country" by ESPN, and a "playmaker with tremendous upside".
Was 1-of-18 finalists for the USA Basketball U-17 team in the 2016 FIBA World Championships.
Named to the 2015-16 USA Basketball men's junior national team in April 2015. Attended the 2015 USA Basketball U16 Training Camp, but was unable to participate due to injury.
Participated in the 2014 USA Men's Junior National Team October minicamp.
Named to the 2016 Chicago Sun Times All-Area first team.
Illinois Basketball Coaches Association Class 3A/4A All-State first team (2016) and IBCA 3A/4A All-State second team (2015).
As a junior in 2015-16 at Evanston Township, he averaged 14.9 PPG, 6.5 RPG, 4.0 APG, 2.0 BPG and 2.0 SPG in helping his team to a 23-6 record, an Illinois 4A Warren Regional championship and the Illinois Class 4A Glenbrook Sectional semifinals.
Posted 25 points, nine rebounds and seven assists to help lead his team to a 53-39 victory over New Trier High School for the 2016 Central Suburban South title.
In 2014-15, he averaged 15.7 PPG, 5.3 RPG and 3.0 APG in leading his team to the Central Suburban League championship and an Illinois High School Association regional title.
Owns a 6-foot-8 wingspan.
Turned down offers from Michigan State, Ohio State, DePaul, Seton Hall, Iowa State, Northwestern, Missouri, Michigan and Illinois among others.
Mother, Tamala Reed, played basketball, softball and volleyball at Chicago State.
Member of his school's honor roll.
Head coach at Evanston Township is Mike Ellis.
He compares his game to Jalen Rose.
Away from the court, he enjoys writing poetry and studying the game of basketball.
Has never traveled outside the United States.