Full Name:
Frederick Terrell Jones
Position:
Guard
College:
Oregon
Height:
6-4
Weight:
210
High School:
Barlow HS (Gresham, Ore.)
Birthdate:
March 11, 1979
Birthplace:
Malvern, Ark.

Statistics

HIGHLIGHTS
Only Oregon player to rank in top 10 in eight different categories – steals (second), assists (third), blocks (fourth), scoring (fifth), three-pointers made (fifth), free throws made (sixth), free throw percentage (sixth) and field goals made (seventh).
Became sixth Duck and 73rd player in Pac-10 history to amass 1500 career points.
Finished career 49th all-time in Pac-10 scoring.


AT OREGON
As a senior, team MVP guided Oregon to Pac-10 regular season title and NCAA Tournament Elite Eight berth.
Named to AP Honorable Mention All-America Team, All-Pac 10 First Team, NABC All-District First Team, USBWA All-District First Team, Basketball Times All-America Third Team and Basketball America All-America Fourth Team.
Topped Ducks in scoring (fifth in Pac-10) and ranked second in rebounding (16th in Pac-10).
Total of 650 points was second-best in school history (Terrell Brandon, 745).
Matched Brandon’s school record for total single-season steals and ranked third in Pac-10 (1.8 spg).
Scored 20 points or more in eight of final 12 games.
Scored in double figures 32 times and reached 20 points 15 times.
Tied career high with 36 points against Stanford.
Sank game-winner against USC with :01 left to help Oregon clinch share of Pac-10 title.
Two days later hit clinching basket with :13 left against UCLA to give Ducks title outright.
Finger-roll layup with :02.8 left against Texas sent Oregon into NCAA Elite Eight.
Named to All-Midwest Regional First Team.
Made it to the semifinals of ESPN’s Slam Dunk Championship.

Earned All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention status as a junior.
Led team in scoring eight times, rebounding six times and assists 11 times.
Ranked second on the team in scoring ( eighth in the Pac-10), rebounding (5.6 rpg, 16th in Pac-10) and assists (3.4 apg, 10th in Pac-10).
Topped team in free throw percentage (seventh in Pac-10), steals and minutes (31.9 mpg).
Scored career-high-tying 36 points in 37 minutes against Arizona State.

As a sophomore, topped team in blocks and ranked third in rebounding (3.9 rpg).
Led team in rebounding six times and scoring twice.
Poured in season-high 27 points (on 9-of-17 shooting from the floor, including 3-of-5 from three-point range) to spark upset of Arizona.

Earned spot on All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention Freshman Team.
Ranked second in the league in three-point accuracy.
Tipped in game-winner with :0.8 seconds left against Cal.
Topped team in scoring (14 points) and rebounding (eight boards) vs. Xavier in NIT consolation game.

STATISTICS
SEASON G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
1998-99 32 9 103 201 .512 50 74 .676 108 62 23 22 290 9.1
1999-00 30 23 100 249 .402 62 81 .765 117 99 30 21 291 9.7
2000-01 30 23 100 249 .402 62 81 .765 117 99 30 21 291 9.7
2001-02 35 33 215 413 .521 169 194 .871 189 111 63 18 650 18.6
TOTALS 125 92 554 1151 .481 389 483 .805 571 367 148 74 1644 13.2
Three-point field goals: 1998-99, 34-for-83 (.410); 1999-00, 29-for-107 (.271); 2000-01, 33-for-108 (.306); 2001-02, 51-for-137 (.372). Totals: 147-for-435 (.338).