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Full Name: Jermaine Jamar Boyette
Position: Guard
Height/Weight: 6-2 (1.88 m)/ 190 (86.2 kg)
Birthdate: December 7, 1978 (Hammond, Ind.)
High School: Hammond HS (Hammond, Ind.)
College: Weber State

Salt Lake CC (Utah)
Three-point field goals: 1998-99, 25-for-70 (.357).

Weber State
Three-point field goals: 2000-01, 20-for-64 (.313); 2001-02, 32-for-100 (.320); 2002-03, 31-for-89 (.348). Totals: 83-for-253 (.328).

Career Highlights: Named Honorable Mention All-America by AP as a senior. Named Big Sky Conference MVP as a senior and was a three-time All-Big Sky selection. Finished career as third all-time leading scorer at Weber State and 14th-best in Big Sky history. Is also school’s all-time leader in free throws made and attempted, and ranks second in steals. At 2003 Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, earned all-tournament honors after leading the tournament in scoring (20 ppg) and field goal percentage (71.9%) and finishing fifth in assists (5.3 apg). Played final three seasons of collegiate career at Weber State, after starting career at Salt Lake City Community College in Utah. Sat out 1999-2000 season at Weber State to concentrate on academics.

Senior (2002-03): Averaged 20.5 points (31st in nation), 3.3 assists and 1.8 steals. Led conference in scoring and ranked third in field goal percentage and steals. Led team in scoring 18 times. Recorded career-high 37 points vs. Brigham Young. Dished out season-high seven assists twice, vs. Sacramento State and Northern Arizona. Registered 29 points in Big Sky Tournament championship vs. Eastern Washington. Scored 25 points in NCAA Tournament first round loss to Wisconsin.

Junior (2001-02): Led conference in scoring and steals. Registered season-highs with 32 points and nine assists vs. Portland State. Helped lead team to the Big Island Invitational, earning All-Tournament honors by scoring 20 points vs. Wisconsin in the semi-finals and 22 points vs. Colorado State in the championship game. Named to the Big Sky All-Tournament Team.

Sophomore (2000-01): Posted 13 games of 20 or more points. Recorded season-high 36 points vs. Brigham Young. Delivered 27 points in upset victory at Utah. Scored 24 points and grabbed career-high nine rebounds vs. Portland State. Shot a perfect 10-for-10 from the field on his way to 24 points vs. Idaho State in the Big Sky Tournament. Scored 29 points in Big Sky Tournament semifinals vs. Cal State Northridge.

Freshman (1998-99): Top scoring game was 29-point effort vs. Utah Valley State. Earned Honorable Mention All-Region honors.

Strengths: Shows excellent ability to finish his drives to the basket with crafty releases. Stronger than his size indicates.

Personal: Majoring in physical education. Imitated Jalen Rose on the basketball floor as a youngster.