Wells’ name can be found all over the Citadel basketball record book and he turned one of the best careers in Bulldog basketball history into a very promising professional career. Selected for the first time by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) District 22 National Team, Wells was named 2007-08 Southern Conference Rookie of the Year by media and coaches. Selection by the Southern Conference coaches and media and team honors for the first team and the second team in 2008-09 and 2009-10. He was also triple SoCon player of the week and double NetScouts.com Player of the week. On top of all that, Wells is the all-time leader in the program with 2,049 career college points after breaking Regan Truesdale’s record 1,661 points for almost 26 years. He is also still the Bulldogs leader in goals scored (753) and assists (485), and second in free throws (454), interceptions (187) and minutes played 4,463. Wells started 126 of the 127 games he played and ended his career with an average of 16.1 points per game. He was a key member of the 2008-09 team, coached by Ed Conroy, which became only the second Citadel basketball team to win 20 games in one season (20-13) and participated in the very first post-season tournament CollegeInsider.com Tournament.