Career Highlights: Ended his career raked second at Syracuse in three-point field goals made (282) and attempted (754), and seventh in three-point percentage (.374). Of his 360 career field goals, 282 were three-pointers (78.3 pct.). Became 53rd SU player to surpass 1,000 career points.
Senior (2009-10): All-Big East Second Team. Received Fifth-Team All-America honors from Sporting News and Honorable Mention All-America by the AP. Averaged 16.7 points in NCAA Tournament, including 24 points vs. Gonzaga in second round. Went 12-for-24 from three-point range in the three NCAA contests. Poured in a season-high 28 points at Providence, including eight three-pointers. Scored 26 points at Georgetown. Recorded 23 points, a career-high eight rebounds and nine assists in 40 minutes at Rutgers. Named to the 2K Sports Classic All-Tournament Team, averaging 8.5 points in two games, including 11 points and seven steals vs UNC.
Redshirt Junior (2008-09): Connected on 102 three-pointers, the fourth-best single-season total in school history. Dished a career-high nine assists vs Le Moyne. Scored 15 points in 19 minutes, including five three-pointers, in win over Florida. Recorded a career-high 29 points and nine three-pointers, tying the SU single-game record for three balls, vs. Coppin State. Followed with seven three-pointers and 26 points vs. Seton Hall. Logged 50 minutes in the six-OT Big East Tournament victory vs. UConn, finishing with 20 points. Finished the BET with 15 three-pointers. Had 17 points and five assists in NCAA Tournament victory vs. Arizona State.
Junior (2007-08): Awarded a medical redshirt following knee surgery.
Sophomore (2006-07): Scored 18 points, including six three-pointers, vs. DePaul. Played a season-high 38 minutes at Providence, netting 19 points. Had five straight double-digit scoring games from Feb. 11-26, averaging 12.8 points and connecting on 21-of-36 three-pointers during the stretch.
Freshman (2005-06): Converted a three-pointer in 11 of 20 appearances. Recorded a season-high 10 points vs. USF. Contributed six points, three assists and two rebounds in a season-high 16 points vs. Manhattan.
Strengths: Unlimited range. Most of his damage is done from behind the arc. Very good passer with a high basketball I.Q. Will get after it defensively.
Personal: Son of former Orange standout and NBA player Leo Rautins. Member the Canadian Olympic Team. The squad, coached by his father, finished fourth at the 2009 FIBA Amercas Tournament, earning a spot in the 2010 World Championships. Rautins averaged 9.5 points and shot 45.1 percent from behind the arc during the 10-game tournament.