Born January 24, 1997... Majoring in Business Management and Minoring in Accounting... Favorite verse is 23:4... Favorite team is the Miami Heat... Favorite athlete is James Harden... Son of Tonia Kinsey and Chris Barber… Has three siblings: Tyrone Barber, Elijah Lubsey, and Jayla Barber.
Played in 29 games on the year while making 26 starts… Averaged 27.9 minutes per game, playing a season-high 38 minutes against Barry in the SSC Tournament semifinals on March 4… Finished tied for third on the team in scoring, averaging 9.8 points per game… Finished in double figures 12 times, scoring a career-high 22 points against Pace on Dec. 17… Led the Sailfish in rebounds with 164 on the year, averaging 5.7 a game while grabbing a career-high 14 at Tuskegee University on Nov. 11…Finished second on the team in steals with 38 on the year, swiping a career-high four against Eckerd College on Jan 4… Finished fourth on the squad with 41 assists on the year, dishing out a season-high five against Tampa on Jan. 21.
Appearing in 25 games, and making 14 starts, the freshman came into his own later in the year, starting 11 of the final 12 games… Averaged 25.1 minutes per game… Finished third on the team scoring 10.2 points per game and scored in double digits 15 times… Scored a season-high 20 points twice, at Rollins on January 16 and again at Florida Tech on February 24… Found his way to the charity stripe 94 times on the season, second on the team, where he connected 59.6percent of the time… Finished fourth on the team grabbing 3.7 rebounds per game, and pulled down a season-high eight rebounds twice, at Saint Leo on January 2 and against Nova Southeastern on January 30… Finished fourth on the squad with 1.4 assists per game, dishing out a season-high of four at Lynn on January 20… Played a season-high 36 minutes against Nova Southeastern.
Attended North Port High School and played for head coach Travis Slanger...Was named 2nd Team All-State, Herald Tribune and Sun Player of the Year... 1st Team All-Area all four years of HS... North Port High School rebound record holder.