An early entry candidate for the 2005 NBA Draft.
Career Highlights: Ranks 26th on Tech’s career scoring list (1,265 points), fifth all-time for career assists (543) and steals (183) and 14th for career free throw percentage (.796). The sixth player in school history to record 1,000 points and 500 assists. Started every game of his collegiate career except Senior Day at Tech (3/5/05).
Junior (2004-05): All-ACC Second Team and ACC All-Tournament Second Team after helping lead Georgia Tech to the finals. Finished second in the ACC in average minutes (34.1 mpg), third in free throw percentage (.866), fourth in field goal percentage (.514), sixth in assists (4.5 apg), seventh in steals (1.8 spg) and 12th in scoring (15.5 ppg). His three-point percentage of .442 topped the ACC, but he fell two shy of the minimum attempts to qualify for league leaders. Scored in double figures in 28 of 32 games.
Sophomore (2003-04): One of four guards named to the All-ACC Third Team. Ranked fourth in the ACC in assists (5.6 apg), fifth in steals (2.0 spg), eighth in free throw percentage (.802), 17th in scoring (12.5 ppg) and 18th in rebounding (4.9 rpg). Earned Most Outstanding Player honors for the St. Louis Regional in the NCAA Tournament after pouring in 29 points to lead the Jackets past Kansas in overtime in the regional final. Hit the game-winning shot in Tech’s ACC Tournament victory over North Carolina.
Freshman (2002-03): Ranked fourth in the ACC and sixth in the nation with 6.0 assists per game. Also ranked fourth in the conference in assist/turnover ratio (1.8) and fifth in steals (1.7 spg). Recorded 14 double-figure scoring efforts for the season. Recorded 12 assists in his collegiate debut vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff. Averaged 7.7 points and 6.3 assists for Tech in the NIT.
Strengths: Tough and competitive lead guard with good overall skills and a solid basketball I.Q. Great size for the point guard position. Improved his outside shooting during his stay at Tech.
Personal: Son of Carlton and Louise Jack. Attended four high schools—DeMatha (Md.), now-defunct St. Vincent (Md.), Mt. Zion Academy (N.C.) and Worcester Academy (Mass.)—three of which have produced NBA players.