Milestones: Scored his 300th career point against Indiana (2/26/12) Grabbed his 100th career rebound against Indiana (2/26/12)
2011-12 | Sophomore Season: Played 12 minutes and scored four points in the season opener against Bucknell (11/11) tied a career high with three assists and two steals against South Dakota State (11/14) scored 13 points off the bench against Indiana State (11/25) scored eight points in 21 minutes off the bench against Appalachian State (12/6) scored seven points in 13 minutes off the bench at Michigan (1/1) played a career-high 26 minutes against Purdue (1/8), finishing with 12 points tied a then career-high with 14 points and set a career-high with seven rebounds against Illinois (1/28) scored a career-high 15 points and tied a career-high with three assists off the bench at Nebraska (2/5) tied a career-high with seven rebounds against Indiana (2/26) set career-highs in points (20), minutes played (30) and tied career-highs in rebounds (7) and steals (2) against Nebraska (3/3/12) letterwinner.
2010-11 | Freshman Season: Made his collegiate debut against Wofford (11/12) scored 11 points on 4-of-5 shooting from the field in 12 minutes played averaged 3.3 ppg and 2.7 rpg at the Puerto Rico Tip-Off scored six points in seven minutes played against Cornell (12/4) scored six points and grabbed three rebounds at Michigan State (12/31) scored sevenpoints and dished out a career-high three assists at Purdue (1/29) scored a career-high 14 points and grabbed four rebounds in 23 minutes off the bench against Ohio State (2/6) scored 12 points in 21 minutes off the bench against Michigan State (2/22) scored seven points in 12 minutes off the bench against Penn State (3/6) scored six points off the bench against Northwestern in the Big Ten Tournament (3/10) letterwinner.
High School: A graduate of Sulphur High School high school coach was Clint LeBato played four years of varsity basketball also played football led the Tors to a 30-6 record as a senior and to the Class 5A quarterfinals won the District Championship as a senior averaged 15.2 ppg and 5.2 rpg as a freshman, 18.0 ppg and 6.0 rpg as a sophomore, 20.5 ppg as a junior and 23.5 ppg and 9.2 rpg as a senior named to the 3-5A All-District first team three times named District 3-5A MVP as a senior named All-State three times in basketball and once in football.
Personal: Son of Gerald Armelin, Sr. and Martha Armelin born December 21, 1990 has an younger sister, Emani Armelin cousin, Martin Zeno, played four years at Texas Tech and in the NBA Development League undecided on a major.