As a Freshman in 2010-11:
team leader in FT% at .909 (10-11)
suffered a strained shoulder against Nevada (11-22-10)
sat out Hampton, UNCW, GMU games w/shoulder injury
returned in BB&T Classic,scored 4 pts., 3 assts. vs. Navy (12-5-10)
scored 5 pts. on 2-4 FGs, 6 assts. vs. Towson (12-8-10)
made his first college start w/ 4 pts. @ Oregon State (12-18-10)
scored 7 pts., incl. 3-3 FTs, stl. vs. Fordham (1-12-11)
added 6 pts., 4 assts., 3 rebs. @ Richmond (1-19-11)
4 assts., stl. @ Duquesne (2-2-11)
Averaged 19 points, eight rebounds and six assists per game for the Master's School in West Simsbury, Conn., under coach Ralph Auriantal. "First and foremost, he is a leader on the court," Auriantal said of Guest. "His strengths are going to the basket, collapsing the defense and finding an open teammate. He is a pass-first type of player but when the pressure is on, he can score and he shoots the 10-foot jumper very well."
"Daniel Guest is a physical point guard with great ballhandling and passing skills," Hobbs said. "He plays with confidence and composure and will add depth to the point guard position. He's capable of taking it to the opponent and matching their intensity."
Born July 15, 1991 in Hartford, Connecticut ... full name is Daniel Clayton Guest ... son of Hanson and Janet Guest ... has one brother, Jonathan (21) and two sisters Kristen (23) and Maya (34) ... enjoys football and soccer ... undecided on a major.