Forward who earned an athletic scholarship to Kansas University, where he became a staple off the bench during his four years with the Jayhawks. He won a gold medal at the World University Games in 2015.
He didn't start playing organized basketball until he was 16 years old, playing at Fenger High School and Julian High School before making his way to IMG Academy as a senior.
Prior to finding a home with basketball, he'd spent time in and out of juvenile detention centers and had been kicked out of his house when he was only 15.
He was born to Tracey Golson and Jessie Trayler and has a brother named Jamani. His father was sentenced to life in prison for drug-related offenses in 2010.
He and Wayne Selden, Jr. were teammates at Kansas.