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Jordan Williams
Jordan Williams

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Dallas, TX

High School:
Kimball HS

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 202

Position:
G

2013-14
• Ended his junior campaign ranked 19th in program history with 1,045 career points.
• Led NT in scoring (12.0 PPG) and rebounding (6.3 RPG).
• Named to the College Sports Madness All-C-USA fourth team.
• 6.3 boards per game ranked 19th in C-USA.
• Shot 76.6 percent from the stripe, which ranked 13th in C-USA.
• 14 rebounds against Rice in the C-USA Tournament were a team-season high and a personal career high.
• Posted his 5th double-double of the year in the C-USA Tourney win over Rice with 11 points and 14 rebounds.
• Became the 21st North Texas player to reach the 1,000-point plateau on Feb. 27 at UTSA.
• Named C-USA Player of the Week by CollegeSportsMadness.com (Feb. 24).
• Posted 17 points at LA Tech, which was his 50th career double-digit scoring game.
• Averaging 14.1 points per game in his career after the turn of the new year.
• 328 career 3-point attempts rank 9th in NT history.
• Had 10 boards at LA Tech for his 3rd double-double.
• Recorded his 800th career point in the win at Texas A&M.
• First career double-double in the win over Southeastern Louisiana (15 points, 10 rebounds).
• Poured in a game-high 19 points against Incarnate Word.
• Career-high 10 boards in season opener.
• Named a Conference USA "Player to Watch".

2012-13
• Led North Texas and ranked ninth in the Sun Belt with 14.2 points per game.
• One of the region's top 3-point shooters, Williams made 46-of-135 (34.1 percent) from deep.
• 73.2 free throw mark on 101-of-138 shooting ranked 13th in the conference.
• Averaged 18.5 points over the year's final 13 games, and 16.0 points per Sun Belt game (Fifth in SBC).
• Inside the 3-point arc, Williams is a career 48.1 percent shooter (155-of-322).
• Scored a career-high and team season-high 31 points at Louisiana-Lafayette.
• Hit seven 3-pointers at Troy (on nine attempts), which tied for fifth most in program history for a single game.
• 36 career double-digit scoring games, including 24 in 2012-13.
• Posted six 20-point efforts, including a three-game span in which he averaged 24.3 per game during league play.
• Made 22 straight free throws over a five-game span.
• Ranked third at NT with 3.7 rebounds per game and 18 total blocks.
• Started 28 games, but saw action in all 32 outings.
• Joined Alzee Williams as the only NT guards to shoot over 40 percent on the year (41.6).

2011-12
• Was 48-of-89 (53.9 percent) from inside the 3-point arc.
• Averaged 12.4 points per game after moving into "sixth-man" role.
• 23 3-pointers ranked second at NT only to Brandan Walton (54).
• Missed the season's final 13 games.
• NT's fourth leading rebounder at 4.0 per game.
• Posted two clutch steals in overtime to help seal the win over South Alabama.
• Posted 11 double-figure games, including 19 points in 18 minutes against Troy.
• Impressed the LMU Classic with 17 points and seven rebounds at Loyola Marymount.
• Scored 16 points on 6-of-12 shooting in his collegiate debut against St. Gregory's.
• Was the CollegeSportsMadness.com Preseason Sun Belt Freshman of the Year.

Kimball High School
• Texas Association of Basketball Coaches All-State selection.
• Also played in the TABC All-Star Game.
• Led Kimball to the 4A UIL State Championship, earning All-State Tournament Team honors.
• Averaged 29.7 points (653 total points), 9.5 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game as a senior.
• Ranked as the No. 71 player in the country and the No. 7 overall player in the Lone Star State, which made him the highest rated high school signee in program history.
• Williams was listed as the No. 24 small forward in the country by Rivals.com, and Texas Hoops named him the No. 4 small forward in Texas.
• Knocked off LeBryan Nash and national powerhouse Lincoln in the DISD Coca-Cola Tournament finals with 30 points, earning Tournament MVP honors.
• As a junior, Williams led The Colony to the state semifinals averaging 19.2 points and 8.4 rebounds per game.
• Garnered District Co-MVP honors, as well as All-Region and All-State recognition by the TABC.

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