SG/SF   Ht: 196cm   Wt: 91kg   DOB: 4/19/1996

A very talented player who is a great addition to any roster.  Can get into 'the zone' and be an offensive machine.  Has the ability to get his shot off in traffic and can use his great body control to draw contact and still get off a good look.  An excellent skill set to run out of the SG spot where he is most comfortable but can move to the opposite wing also.  Can play  lockdown defense when he puts him mind to it and is easily a team leader in all situations.  Can find open teammates and will deliver the ball to the right place at the right time.  Great feel for the game.  Long arms can harass the opposition and is always looking to pick up break away steals.  Can really be a menace in the passing lanes and will disrupt the opposing teams offensive sets.  Definitely a deadly long distance shooter and will really open teams up looking to pack into a zone.  Set a Harvard freshman record making 74 3pt shoots in his first season there.  Plays internationally for the Canadian National Team.

2018-19  NCAA - Harvard (19 games due to injury)

                  3.4ppg,  1.4rpg, 0.7apg, 11mpg

                  FG 35%, 3pt 34%(17-50), FT 83%

2017-18  NCAA - Harvard

                  6.5ppg,  2.9rpg, 1.3apg, 28mpg

                  FG 56%, 3pt 33%(53-160), FT 88%

2016-17  NCAA - Harvard

                  8.2ppg,  2.8rpg, 1.0apg, 23mpg,

                  FG 47%, 3pt 41%(62-150), FT 80%

2015-16  NCAA - Harvard

                  9.8ppg,  2.3rpg, 1.5apg, 28mpg,

                  FG 35%, 3pt 40%(74-186)*, FT 68%

* - Harvard Freshman record

2015  FIBA U19 World Cup - Team Canada

            12.1ppg, 3.4rpg, 0.7apg, 3pt 46%

2018-19 Highlights: Check out Corey on court as he shoots the lights out at Harvard this season in the NCAA 


GAME VIDEO: Corey (#25white) redefines efficient as he goes wild for 21pts, 3rebs, 1ast, 1blk with an unbelievable 7-14 3pt shooting display in the NCAA

GAME VIDEO: Corey (#25dark) is fantastic with 17pts, 6rebs, 3asts, 3stls with a great shooting display behind the arc as Harvard takes the victory from Cornell.