|Hometown:||Kansas City, Mo.|
|High School:||Hogan Prep|
|Other College:||Fresno State|
2015-16: Played in 17 games before suffering a season-ending foot injury ... Averaged 6.1 points, 3.3 rebounds and 17.0 minutes per contest … Shot 47 percent (35-for-75) from the floor and 71 percent (30-for-42) from the foul line … Scored in double figures three times … Grabbed at least four rebounds in six games … Played at least 20 minutes six times … Blocked seven shots & logged six steals … Registered season-highs with 13 points, seven rebounds and five made field goals at South Dakota (12/8) … Also grabbed a season-best seven boards at Oklahoma State (12/29) … Scored 10 points with five rebounds and tied a career-high with two assists vs. UT Martin (12/1) … Finished with 11 points vs. CSU Bakersfield (1/9) in his final game of the season ... Tied a career-high with five made free throws vs. Seattle U (1/7) and vs. Lincoln (11/25).
2014-15: Played in 29 contests, starting three times in the first four games ... Opened the season strong by scoring 11 points at Kansas State (11/17) and a season-high 14 the next game vs. Missouri S&T (11/19) ... Had four double-digit scoring outputs and two games with 3-plus steals ... Led the team with a 46 percent shooting percentage among players with 100-plus attempts.
2013-14 (Fresno State): Saw reserve action in 10 games ... Averaged 1.8 minutes per contest ... Scored six points and grabbed two rebounds ... Made three of his five field goal attempts ... Dished out one assist.
2012-13 (Fresno State): Redshirted
High School: Led Hogan Prep to a Missouri state championship while averaging 21.5 points, 7.0 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game ... Was a first-team all-state selection, named to the Kansas City Star All-Area Team, a Hy-Vee Player of the Month and McDonald’s All-American nominee ... Team captain ... Played in the 2012 Missouri-Kansas All-Star Game.
Personal: Born Sept. 13, 1993 ... Son of William Newbill and Angelia Bluford ... Has a brother, Andrew ... Favorite athlete is Michael Jordan ... Also recruited by Colorado, Iowa State, Missouri, USC and Southern Illinois.