|High School:||Central Catholic|
2011-12: Played in all 27 games as a freshman and made a single start ... Averaged 5.9 points per contest ... Averaged 22.5 points a game off the bench ... Pulled down 2.5 rebounds a contest ... Finished with 160 points, 68 boards, 39 assists and 27 steals ... Shot 33% from three-point range ... Valuable reserve for a GLIAC Championship team ... Totaled 607 minutes of playing time ... Prior to FSU: Was a three-year varsity starter for Toledo Central Catholic under prep head coach Jim Welling ... Averaged 14 points, four assists and three rebounds per contest for the Irish as a senior ... Earned first team All-City League and All-Toledo Blade honors his senior season ... Was a second team Ohio Division I All-District honoree ... Helped the Irish to a 20-5 overall record after the squad previously recorded a 20-3 mark his junior year while claiming the school's first city league boys baksetball championship in 42 years .... Talented playmaker ... Helped lead Central Catholic to the Ohio state semifinals before being edged by eventual champion Cincinnati La Salle on a tip-in in the closing seconds .... Guided the Irish to the program's first final four showing since 1949 ... Was a Ohio High School Hoops Division I All-State Fifth Team honoree ..... Son of former University of Toledo point guard Jay Lehman (1977-81), who led UT to three Mid-American Conference (MAC) Championships and two NCAA Tournament berths. He has served as Toledo's men's basketball radio color commentator.