Jordan Williams
Jordan  Williams

Dallas, TX

High School:
Kimball HS

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 205



Mean Green Host Conference USA Favorite Middle Tennessee

North Texas Hoping To Snap Four-Game Losing Streak


Men’s Basketball Returns Home To Face UAB On ESPN3

First Conference USA Home Game Set For 7 PM Tip-Off


North Texas Welcomes Southeastern Louisiana Tuesday Night

Mean Green Played Final Two Home Games At The Super Pit


Mean Green Basketball Faces Delaware State Thursday

North Texas Sits At 4-4 On the Season


Men’s Basketball Faces Tough Road Test At Texas Tech

Tip-Off Set For 6:30 On Fox Sports Southwest Plus


Mean Green Prepared For First C-USA Tournament

MBB: Look Back At 2013-14 Season - Mean Green Prepared For First C-USA Tournament


North Texas vs. Tulsa

MBB: March 6 Game Highlights - North Texas vs. Tulsa


North Texas vs. UTEP

MBB: March 2 Game Highlights - North Texas vs. UTEP


North Texas vs. East Carolina

MBB: February 15 Game Highlights - North Texas vs. East Carolina


North Texas vs. Old Dominion

MBB: February 13 Game Highlights - North Texas vs. Old Dominion

• Finished his career as the ninth highest scoring player in NT history with 1,501 career points.
• 117 career steals rank fifth in school history.
• Also ranks seventh in 3-pointers with 143, ninth in total field goals with 504, and 10th in free throws made (350) and attempted (469).
• Named third-team All-Conference USA.
• Joined Chris Davis (2001) and Donnell Hayden (1991) as the only North Texas players to lead their team in scoring, assists and steals in the same season.
• Registered 47 steals in '14-15, which ranks 12th in NT history.
Led NT in scoring in 2015 (14.7 PPG), 2014 (12.0 PPG) and 2013 (14.2 PPG), which makes him just the fifth player in NT history to lead the team in scoring for three seasons or more.
• Had 62 career assists over his first three seasons, but tallied 64 assists as a senior.
• Had a total of 49 steals in his sophomore and junior seasons, but posted 47 as a senior.
• Posted five 20-point games this year, including 23 points at ODU and at Marshall.
• 8th career double-double in the win over UAB.
• Was the only player to start all 31 games in 2014-15.
• Led the Mean Green with 34.3 minutes per game.
• Started his senior campaign strong with a game-high 27 points in the exhibition win over Oklahoma City.

• 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".

• 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).

• 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.

Career Statistics

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