ROD HALL, No. 12
6-1, 210, Sophomore Guard
Augusta, GA, Lucy C. Laney HS
2012-13 Season Review
• Led Tigers in assists for the season with 110, versus just 60 turnovers.
• Averaged 5.7 points and 2.5 rebounds per game and tied for third on the team with 29 steals.
• Started all but one game and averaged 29.8 minutes per contest.
• Solid in the season opener against Presbyterian, making 3-of-4 shots for six points and five assists in 23 minutes without a turnover.
• Played 28 minutes without a turnover at Furman and added nine points and six assists.
• Posted game-high eight assists in Clemson’s rout of UTEP.
• Scored six points and had two assists in win over Marist.
• Tallied nine points in 29 minutes of Clemson’s ACC/Big Ten Challenge matchup with Purdue.
• Posted 15 points and drilled 9-of-12 free throws in road win over South Carolina.
• Made fifth career three-pointer (in six attempts) in home loss to No. 8 Arizona.
• Established career-high with 10 assists in Clemson’s win over Florida A&M; also added six points and two rebounds in just 22 minutes of action.
• Posted nine points, four steals and three assists in 23 minutes against The Citadel.
• Recorded six points, four steals and three assists in 34 minutes against Florida State.
• Scored eight points and did not miss a shot or commit a turnover in 36 minutes against Virginia.
• Produced game-high seven assists and added five points and two steals in career-high tying 39 minutes of play versus Wake Forest.
• Posted season-best 16 points at NC State; made career-high seven field goals in 33 minutes of play.
• Notched game-high six assists at Florida State on Jan. 24.
• Produced five assists and nailed a three-pointer in win over Virginia Tech at home.
• Had first slam dunk of the season in the second half on a fast break feed from Damarcus Harrison against Georgia Tech on Jan. 29.
• Came off the bench for first time this season against NC State and posted six points and four rebounds in 28 minutes.
• Scored nine points and added two steals and zero turnovers in 29 minutes of play at Georgia Tech.
• Played 33 minutes against No. 3 ranked Miami and helped hold star point guard Shane Larkin to seven points on 2-of-8 shooting.
• Scored six points and added game-high four assists at Virginia Tech in 36 minutes of play.
• Posted game-high six assists in 35 minutes versus Boston College.
• Dished out five assists and added four points, including two on a transition dunk, at Miami to close out the regular season.
• Posted seven points and five assists versus Florida State in the ACC Tournament in 34 minutes of play.
In 2011-12: Appeared in all 31 games for the Tigers, with nine starting assignments...logged 519 minutes, more than any of the other first-year freshmen...averaged 16.7 minutes per game...averaged 3.8 points and 1.3 rebounds per game...shot 44 percent from the field and 80 percent in limited attempts from three-point range...shot 52 free throws, fifth-most on the team...possessed a positive assist-to-turnover ratio (34-28)...made 49 percent of his field goal attempts during ACC regular season play...collected 14 steals and was a regular in the "jammer" role in Brownell's defensive scheme...played double figure minutes in 22 of the 31 games, with a high of 39 in the overtime win over Southern Illinois...scored at least two points in 25 of the 31 games.
In High School: Two-time Augusta Chronicle Boys Basketball Player of the Year (2010, 2011)...played in the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association All-Star Game, he scored 15 points...scored game-high 33 points in CSRA All-Star Game a few weeks later...2011 GACA AA South Player of the Year...two-time first-team AA all-state selection (2010, 2011)...two-time Region 3-AA Player of the Year (2010, 2011)...averaged 24.7 points per game as a senior when he led Laney to the AA state semifinals for the second straight season...averaged 21.9 points per game as a junior and led team to the AA state semifinals...coached by Jerry Hunter...standout football player at Laney, he was named to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution all-state team in 2010 as a wide receiver...coached by Jerry Hunter...born Jan. 12, 1993.