2011-12: Went a career-tying four-for-six in three-pointers, finishing second in scoring against Montreat with 18 ... Scored in double-figures for the second game in a row with 14 against Western Carolina ...Was a season-high six-for-six from the free throw line against the Catamounts ... Hit a career-high 25 points off a best 11 field goals, including the gamewinning three-pointer with 7.6 seconds at Cincinnati ... Led the team in scoring against Winthrop (14) with his fifth straight double-figure scoring game ... Posted a team-leading 15 points at South Carolina ... One shy of his career-high with 24 points at VMI ... Scored 20 against High Point and 23 against Coastal Carolina ... Tied his career-high with four three-pointers against the Chanticleers ... Posted 20 points against VMI ... Started in all 29 games and was second on the team in scoring wiht 13.7 ... Earned Big South Player-of-the-Week honors Nov. 21 ... 15th in the league in scoring, 11th in field goal percentage (.439) and first in minutes played (36.38) ... Moved up to second in the PC Division I era record books in points (1,075) scoring average (11.8), free throws (193) and assists (204) ... He is in the top five in three-pointers (98), rebounds (290), steals (99) and games started (90) ...
2010-11: Started in all 31 games for PC on the season...Averaged 13.5 points while playing 1,205 total minutes, breaking his own PC Division I record for minutes in a season...Finished ranked first in the Big South Conference standings for minutes played...Led PC in scoring nine times on the season and tallied 25 double-figure scoring games, including three games with over 20 points...Scored a career-high 25 points against Winthrop on Jan. 29...Tallied 24 points in the loss against Charleston Southern on Jan. 13, including 20 second half points and three consecutive three-pointers in the last two minutes...Scored 17 points in the win over Auburn, followed by 14 points in the win over Wake Forest...Recorded a career-high seven assists at VMI on Dec. 4...Went 6-7 and shot 85.7 percent from the field at VMI on Dec. 4 and scored 22 points
2009-10: Played in all 31 games, earning 30 starts ... Finished third on the team, scoring 8.4 points per game ... Grabbed 100 rebounds and dished out 74 assists on the season ... Played a PC Division I record 1,090 minutes, playing the entire game on six occasions ... Tallied nine points and had six rebounds at Furman ... Scored 13 points and dished out a career-high six assists at Bradley ... Dropped in double figures in the win over Montreat with 11 and against High Point with 10 ... Scored a career-high 14 points at Marquette ... Had a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds at Coastal Carolina ... Tied his career high with 14 points at UNC Asheville ... Netted 12 points at VMI ... Scored 10 points and had a block at Winthrop ... Totaled 14 points against Gardner-Webb and 10 at High Point.
High School: Played for Peachtree Ridge H.S. ... Led his team to the Sweet 16 in the state tournament as a senior ... Helped the squad earn its second-best record in school history while averaging 20 points, eight rebounds and four assists per game during his senior campaign ... Three-year varsity memeber ... Named to the Gwinnett all-stars team his senior season ... Honorable mention all-state accolades ... Became the third student-athlete to score 1,000 points in the school's history ... Selected to the Deep South Classic all-tourney boys team as a senior ... Garnered a spot on the Boys Basketball Super Six by Gwinnett Daily Post ... Earned second-team all-region honors as a junior ... Won the Gwinnett County scholar-athlete award as a senior.
Personal: Khalid Angelo Mutakabbir was born May 20, 1991 in New York City, N.Y. ... Son of Abdul Mutakabbir and Odette Russell ... Has a sibling, Kinyumba ... Has not declared a major.