2012-13 - SOPHOMORE:
Appeared in eight games, playing a total of 30 minutes. Scored two points with eight assists and four rebounds on the season.
Scored first career points on a lay-up late in the game of the season opener against Marymount.
Best game of the season came in the season finale against Bucknell, when McLaurin played a career-best 12 minutes, dished out five assists and grabbed two rebounds. Also added two rebounds against UAB and dished out assists against UAB and Lehigh twice.
Per 40 minutes, McLaurin averaged 10.7 assists per game and 5.3 rebounds per game.
2011-12 - FRESHMAN:
Did not see any action as a freshman.
A 2010 graduate of Hopewell High School, McLaurin lettered once at point guard.
Prior to time at Hopewell, McLaurin lettered three times at Charlotte Country Day and spent the 2011 year at NAPS.
Led Hopewell team to a 23-3 record and a title in the Dell Curry / BoJangles Shootout in 2010, and the squad was ranked third in North Carolina Class 4A.
A two-time all-conference selection at Charlotte Country Day, setting the school record at Charlotte Country Day in career assists (453), single-season assists (176) and most free throws made in a game (20).
At Hopewell, he scored his 1,000th career point as a senior and won the US Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award.
While at NAPS, scored 32 points in a contest against Army's prep school, MAPS.
Was a member of National Honor Society.
Teammate of Army's Alex Godette at Hopewell and played against teammate Worth Smith and Army's Sean Billerman.
Son of Earl, Jr., and Tondra McLaurin.
Enjoys coaching kids at basketball camps and aspires to be a coach.
Majoring in economics.