Named to the 2017 USA Basketball Men's U19 World Cup Team on June 22, 2017.
Accepted an invitation to the 2017 USA Basketball Men's U19 World Cup Team training camp on June 8, 2017.
Member of the 2016 USA Men's U18 National Team that won a gold medal with a 5-0 record at the 2016 FIBA Americas U18 Championship from July 19-23 in Valdivia, Chile; the top four finish qualified the USA for the 2017 FIBA U19 World Championship; averaged 6.8 ppg. and 1.6 rpg.
Started all 33 games for Maryland in 2016-17, averaging 9.3 ppg. and 4.9 rpg. in 29.4 mpg.
Became the sixth player, and the first freshman, in program history to hit at least seven 3-point shots in a game en route to a career-high 26-point performance against Nebraska on Jan. 1, 2017.
High School Honors
2016 USA Today All-USA New York first team.
2016 New York Mr. Basketball.
2016 Gatorade New York Boys Basketball Player of the Year.
2015 All-New York State second team.
2015 Suburban Council Player of the Year.
2015 Saratogian and Times Union Player of the Year.
2015 New York State Class 2A Championship MVP.
High School Notes
Attended Shenendehowa High School (N.Y.), where he amassed 1,454 points, 504 rebounds, 512 assists and 167 steals in his four-year prep career, and aided Shenendehowa to three league titles, two regional crowns, two sectional titles and one New York Class 2A State championship.
As a senior in 2015-16, averaged 21.4 ppg., 7.4 rpg. and 5.7 apg. and led his team to the New York State Class 2A semifinal and a 24-1 record.
As a junior in 2014-15, averaged 17.5 ppg., 6.1 rpg. and 6.7 apg. as Shenendehowa advanced to the state semifinals.
Father, Tom, played basketball at Siena College.
While in high school, volunteered locally on behalf of an assisted living facility and youth basketball programs.
Birthplace: Albany, New York
Parents: Erin and Tom Huerter
Siblings: 3 (Thomas, Meghan & Jillian)
Began playing basketball at age: 4
Best player ever faced: Trey Burke
Favorite basketball player of all-time: LeBron James
Favorite sports aside from basketball: baseball & football