- Saw his first game action (3 minutes) in a month at St. Bonaventure
- Had missed the previous eight games due to a hip pointer.
- Appeared in 21 games, earning 11 starts and averaging 21.0 minutes per game
- Made 5-of-7 shots from the floor, scoring 13 points with five boards and four assists vs. New Hampshire
- Scored a career-high 14 points (5-6 FG) against UNC Asheville
- Earned his first Rhody start against McNeese State, logging a career-best eight assists (two TO)
2011-12 (Freshman at Texas Tech):
- Saw action in 28 games for Texas Tech, earning five starts
- Made his collegiate debut at home against Troy, scoring a career-high 12 points while grabbing four rebounds
- Earned his first collegiate start and dished out a career-best five assists against Cal State Bakersfield
- Had seven points, five assists and two steals against Baylor
- Connected on 5-of-5 from the charity stripe, scoring seven points to go along with seven rebounds at Texas A&M
- Collected six rebounds at Iowa State
- Shot 5-for-7 from the floor, good for 10 points against Oklahoma State in the Big 12 Tournament.
At Atlantic Christian School:
- Earned third team National Christian School Athletic Association (NCSAA) All-America honors as a senior at Atlantic Christian School in Egg Harbor Township, N.J.
- Was a two-time NCSAA Northeast Super Regional honoree and TSCAC All-Conference selection for head coach Tom Piotrowski
- Averaged 18.5 points, 6.0 assists, 4.5 rebounds and 2.8 steals per game as a senior
- Began his high school career at South Philadelphia H.S., leading them to the Philly Public League Class AAAA Championship, after averaging 15.0 points and 4.0 assists as a sophomore
- Earned first team All-Public League and third team All-City that season.
- DeShon Minnis was born Sept. 1, 1992 in Philadelphia, Pa.
- Son of Shon Minnis and Chandra Myers
- Has five siblings, Kechan Myers, who played basketball at New Orleans, Karai Smith, Shon Myrick, Javon Minnis and Syeed Minnis
- Uncles Jeff Myers (Drexel) and Louis Myers (St. Francis) and godfather Kareem Townes (La Salle) played basketball collegiately
- Nicknamed "Biggie."
- Communications and writing major