Set ACC record with .440 three-point percentage during his Miami career. In only three seasons, hit a UM record 286 career three-pointers, 11th on the ACC charts. Averaged 3.1 three-point baskets over his career, fifth-best in ACC history. Ranks second in ACC with .900 career free throw percentage.
All-ACC First Team selection. Led ACC in three-point percentage (.453, 6th in NCAA) and free throw percentage (.885, 10th in NCAA). Averaged a league-best 3.2 three-pointers and set a UM single-season record with 101 three-pointers made. Finished third in ACC in scoring (19.3 ppg). In five games vs. No. 1 ranked opponents (UNC twice, Duke, Wake Forest and UConn), averaged 29.8 points and 5.2 three-pointers. Posted back-to-back 30-point games vs. Wake (32), Duke (34) and UNC (35).
First Miami men’s player to earn All-ACC First Team honors. Led ACC in free throw percentage (.919, 3rd in NCAA) and three-pointers per game (2.9) Ranked second in the league in three-point percentage (.427) and fourth in scoring (17.7 ppg). Averaged 28.0 points in NCAA Tourney, including a career-high 38 points vs. St. Mary’s. Named to Puerto Rico Tip-Off All-Tournament Team after leading Miami to title.
All-ACC Third Team pick. Started 22 of 31 games. Shot an ACC-best .440 from beyond the arc and .895 from the free throw line. Led the Hurricanes with 31.5 minutes per game. Scored 20 or more points in 10 games. Scored a season-high 31 points vs. Florida State (3/3).
Six-time MAAC Rookie of the Week. Started 23 of 30 games. Averaged 13.6 points, 5.0 rebounds and 2.7 assists. Played a career-high 57 minutes in four-OT win over Youngstown State.
Strengths: Prolific deep shooter with unlimited range. Quick release with excellent form. Solid first step keeps defenders off balance.
Personal: Won the three-point contest at the 2009 College Slam Dunk and Three Point Championship in Detroit. Named Co-MVP of Chris Paul’s Elite Camp in 2008. Nickname is J-Mac. Prepped at South Kent in Connecticut as a senior.