2019-20 (Redshirt Senior):Gonzaga
Appeared in 33 games … made 10 starts … averaged 25.5 minutes … 10.7 points … 2.0 steals … 1.1 steals … made 48.3 percent from the field … including 36 percent from three-point range … second on team with 45 made three-pointers … 125 three-point attempts … made 76 percent from the free-throw line … scored a season-high 22 points in win over Eastern Washington on Dec. 21 … scored 13 points, grabbed a season-high seven rebounds, had three assists and made all four of his three-point attempts at No. 15 Arizona on Dec. 14 … Prior to the season, was named one of the nation’s key graduate transfers, the WCC Newcomer of the Year and second-team All-WCC by Lindy’s magazine … named to the WCC All-Defense Team by Street & Smith’s … named All-WCC Second Team by Athlon … named the sixth-best graduate-transfer by ESPN.com.
Missed year for health reasons.
2017-18 (Junior):Texas A&M
Put together another solid campaign as a junior that was interrupted by a mid-season injury … played in 30 games and drew 29 starting assignments … ranked second on the team by averaging 12.3 points per contest … shot 45.8 percent from the field (127-for-277) with a team-leading 39.5 percent clip from 3-point range (47-for-119) … led the Aggies in free throw shooting at 82.1 percent from the charity stripe … paced the Aggies with 37 steals, checking in at eighth in the SEC with a 1.2 steals-per-game average … ranked ninth in the SEC by playing a team-leading 32.0 minutes per contest … dished out 77 assists on the year … joined Texas A&M’s exclusive 1,000-Point Club as a junior … earned SEC Player of the Week honors after helping lead the Aggies to a victory against No. 11 West Virginia (11/10) during the season-opening Armed Forces Classic at Ramstein Air Base in Germany … approached a triple-double by tallying 23 points, nine rebounds, seven assists and a pair of steals in 33 minutes vs. the Mountaineers … scored 13 points and dished out seven assists in first start of the season during home-opener vs. UCSB (11/17) … scored in double figures for the third straight game, finishing with 10 points in 36 minutes against Oklahoma State (11/20) … was perfect 4-for-4 from the floor including a 2-for-2 mark from 3-point range in a win over Penn State (11/21) during the title game of the Legends Classic at Barclays Center in Brooklyn … added four rebounds, three assists and a block against the Nittany Lions … made season-high three steals in win over Pepperdine (11/24), filling up the stat sheet against the Waves with five points, five assists, four rebounds and three steals … pulled down career-best 10 rebounds in road win at No. 10 USC (11/26), added nine points and three assists in Los Angeles … one of seven Aggies in double figures with 15 points against Savannah State (12/13) … scored 15 points vs. Savannah State (12/13) but suffered a knee injury late the contest that resulted in Gilder missing Texas A&M’s next five contests … returned to action at No. 21 Kentucky (1/9), scoring 14 points in 35 minutes of action … led the Aggies with 16 points at No. 24 Tennessee (1/13), converting 7-of-13 field goals to go along with four rebounds, an assists, a block and a steal … led the team with 15 points and recorded three steals against South Carolina (2/3) … contributed 14 points on 6-of-11 shooting as the Aggies carded a home win over No. 24 Kentucky (2/10) … a perfect 6-for-6 from the free throw line during the final 1:04 to help seal a win at Vanderbilt (2/24) … scored 14 points against Alabama (3/3) during the regular season finale to become the 37th member of Texas A&M’s 1,000-Point Club … one of only two Aggies in double-digit points against Alabama (3/8) during the SEC Tournament, finishing with 15 points … posted a team-high 18 points during A&M’s NCAA Tournament opening contest against Providence (3/18) … played all 40 minutes during the win over the Friars … contributed 12 points, four rebounds, two assists and a steal in the Aggies upset win over No. 2 seed North Carolina during the NCAA Tournament second round … scored 10 points in the Sweet 16 loss to Michigan.
2016-17 (Sophomore):Texas A&M
Emerged as a leader on and off the court during his third season at Texas A&M, starting all but one of the teams 31 games while leading A&M and ranking second in the SEC by playing 34.6 minutes per contest … led the team in both assists (120) and steals (60), ranking eighth and second in the SEC in each category, respectively … checked in 38th nationally with a 1.94 steals per game average … maintained a 13.7 point-per-game scoring average for the season, but saw that rise to a team-leading 14.1 points per game during league play … second on the team with a 74.3 shooting percentage from the free throw line … also hauled down 120 rebounds (3.9 per game) while blocking nine shots on the season … dished out five assists and grabbed five rebounds to go along with nine points and two blocks against American (11/14) … finished with eight points, four rebounds and four assists in 39 minutes against USC (11/18) … scored in double-figures all three games at the Wooden Legacy in California, including 17 points against both CSUN (11/24) and No. 14 UCLA (11/27) … shot 50 percent or better in all three games on the West Coast and set then-career-highs in rebounds, seven vs. CSUN, and assists, seven vs. Virginia Tech (11/25) during the holiday tournament … hit double-digit scoring vs. A&M Corpus Christi (12/5) with 17 points added by four 3-point field goals … filled up the stat-sheet against Denver (12/7), finishing with seven points, five assists, four rebounds, one block and a steal in 26 minutes of action … scored 16 points against SC State (12/10), adding six rebounds, four assists, two steals and a block against the Bulldogs … turned in 20th double-digit scoring performance in his 50th career game by finishing with 13 points at Kentucky (1/3) … went 4-of-6 from 3-point range to contribute 16 points against Arkansas (1/17) … notched four steals against Georgia (1/21), while reaching double-digit scoring with 11 points and playing all 40 minutes of action for the first time in his career … the contest vs. the Bulldogs would be the first of eight consecutive 40-minute games for Gilder … in a road win at Ole Miss (1/25), hit the 20-point mark for the first time by scoring 22 points on 6-of-11 shooting including a 4-of-6 ledger from beyond the 3-point arc … also went a perfect 6-of-6 from the free throw line and contributed seven rebounds as well as a season-best seven assists against the Rebels … posted a season-high in points with 24 at West Virginia (1/28), converting 7-of-16 shots from the field with four 3-point baskets while making 6-of-8 free throw attempts … made 7-of-11 field goal attempts to record 20 points during a road win at LSU (2/4) … cracked the 20-point plateau for the fourth time in five games with a 22-point effort that featured a season-best six 3-point baskets during a victory over Missouri (2/8) … concluded his ironman streak with 40-minute efforts against on the road Florida (2/11) and Vanderbilt (2/16) … recorded a personal-best five steals at Florida before pulling down a personal-best eight rebounds at Vandy … hit the 20-point mark for the fifth time in the regular season finale against Kentucky (3/4), finishing with 22 points, five rebounds, four assists and a steal … honored as the Aggies’ Most Outstanding Player by the A&M coaching staff at the conclusion of the season.
2015-16 (Freshman):Texas A&M
Enjoyed a well-rounded and productive freshman campaign, playing in all 37 contests while averaging 20.4 minutes per contest … contributed 7.0 points, 2.3 rebounds and 2.3 assists per contest … totaled 50 assists, 34 steals and five blocked shots while shooting 43.1 percent from the field … owned a 34.7 shooting percentage from 3-point range (35-of-101) and a 76.1 percentage from the free throw line … hit double-digit scoring in 12 games as a freshman and finished with eight or more points in 18 contests … made 4-of-7 three-pointers in his A&M debut against USC Upstate (11/13), finished with a season-best 16 points in 22 minutes of action … scored in double figures for a second straight game to begin his career, scoring 14 points and adding a season-best five assists in a win over Southeastern Louisiana (11/16) … scored 12 points in 18 minutes of action to help the Aggies notch a win over Texas (11/25) during the opening round of the Battle4Atlantis … reached double-digits with 10 points in back-to-back contests against Arkansas (1/2) and Mississippi State (1/6) as the Aggies notched wins in their first two SEC contests … provided a spark off the bench in A&M’s win over LSU, scored 13 points on 5-of-8 shooting including a 3-for-5 night from 3-point range … scored only two points but compiled five assists with five steals in an A&M win at Georgia (1/16) … scored 13 points on 5-of-8 shooting vs. Missouri (2/23) … tallied 11 points in 23 minutes of action at LSU (2/13) … poured in 14 points during 26 minutes of action at Missouri (2/27) … against the Tigers was 2-for-3 from 3-point line with three assists and three steals … scored in double-figures for a second straight game with 10 points against Auburn (3/1) … chipped in eight points in regular season finale to help Aggies clinch share of SEC Championship with win over Vanderbilt (3/5) … contributed 10 points, four rebounds and an assist during the victory over LSU (3/12) in the SEC Tournament semifinals … scored 11 points in each of the Aggies’ opening two NCAA Tournament games at Oklahoma City’s Chesapeake Arena … was a catalyst for the epic A&M comeback against UNI (3/20), tallying four points, two steals, an assist and a rebound in game’s final 37 seconds including the game tying layup with 1.9 seconds remaining … scored all six of his points against Oklahoma (3/24) during the Sweet 16 game from the free throw line, where he was a perfect 6-of-6.
Before Texas A&M:
2015 Gatorade Texas Player of the Year and Parade All-American … a three-time TABC All-State selection at Dallas Madison High School, earning first-team Class 4A honors in 2015 after first-team Class 3A honors in 2013 and 2014 … a prolific high school scorer, was considered a four-star prospect by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout … member of ESPN’s Top 100 and ranked by the outlet as the No. 8 prospect in Texas as well as the No. 22 shooting guard in the country … named Dallas Morning News’ 2015 Player of the Year … helped the Trojans capture back-to-back state Class 3A titles on the court in 2013 and 2014, earning state title game MVP honors in 2014 … also helped MHS make a semifinal appearance in the Texas Class 4A state tournament in 2015 … maintained a 9.7 rebound-per-game and a 4.8 assist-per-game average during his final prep season while compiling 108 steals and 45 blocks … scored a career-best 51-point effort against Waxahachie High School during his senior season when he stood out as one of the nation’s leading scorers, averaging 30.8 points per contest while shooting 58 percent from the floor and 40 percent from beyond the 3-point arc … a three-time district MVP honoree who saw offensive production rise from 15 points per game during the 2011-12 season, when he earned District 11 3-A Freshman of the Year honors, to 22 points per game as a sophomore and 26 points per game as a junior … also competed in cross country and track & field … member of the National Honor Society … played AAU ball with the Dallas Mustangs, playing alongside such notable players as Marcus Foster, Jordan Mickey and LeBryan Nash.