- position Forward
- height 6-6
- Weight 198
- class Sophomore
- Hometown Mount Sterling, Ky.
- High school George Rogers Clark
Junior: Inducted into the Frank G. Ham Society of Character which honors student-athletes who have shown an extraordinary commitment to academic excellence, athletic participation, personal development, career preparation and serving as a role model … Appeared in nine games … Scored his first career points against Central Michigan at home, also adding a rebound … Also had a bucket against Western Kentucky and High Point … Registered a block in the home win over Tennessee … Named to the Southeastern Conference Winter Academic Honor Roll.
Sophomore: Southeastern Conference Winter Academic Honor Roll member … Appeared in two games in 2020-21 … Logged two minutes and recorded his first career steal in the win vs. South Carolina … Played a minute in the season-opening win vs. Morehead State.
Freshman: Appeared in four games during his freshman campaign … Made his collegiate debut in the win over Eastern Kentucky.
One of the best prospects from the state of Kentucky … Capped his career at George Rogers Clark with 1,371 points and 776 rebounds … Two-year captain … Named an All-10th Region First Team selection following a senior season where he averaged 15.0 points and 9.5 rebounds per game … Averaged double-digit scoring over his final three seasons of high school basketball … Logged 13 double-doubles his senior season … A three-time All-District Team selection and a three-time All-District Tournament Team pick … Team claimed two District 40 titles … 10th Region runners-up in 2019.
Born July 15 in Lexington, Kentucky … Parents are Lynn and Melissa Canada … Major is communication … 4.0 student in high school … Member of the National Honor Society and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes … Also participated in Big Brothers, Big Sisters … Father has been his biggest influence … Chose No. 14 because it’s always been his favorite number … His definition of a true hero is someone who you can rely on and follow.