Jaycee Carroll
Full Name: Jaycee Don Carroll
Position: Guard
Height/Weight: 6-2 / 200
Birthdate: April 16, 1983
High School: Evanston HS
College: Utah State

Utah State
2004-05 32 31 173 331 .523 45 61 .738 79 166 .476 138 49 28 4 470 14.7
2005-06 32 31 184 396 .465 60 76 .789 93 206 .451 113 83 31 4 521 16.3
2006-07 35 35 256 486 .527 151 170 .888 83 192 .432 220 62 31 7 746 21.3
2007-08 35 35 267 508 .526 137 149 .919 114 229 .498 209 76 33 7 785 22.4
Totals 134 132 880 1721 .511 393 456 .862 369 793 .465 680 270 123 22 2522 18.8

Originally an early entry candidate for the 2007 NBA Draft before withdrawing his name from consideration.

Career Highlights: Named WAC Player of the Year as a senior. Also named Second Team All-Senior All-American by Lowe’s. Earned First Team All-Conference honors his junior and senior seasons. Named Second Team All-WAC as a sophomore and earned Second Team All-Big West honors his freshman season. Finished collegiate career as Utah State’s all-time leading scorer with 2,522 points. Ranks as the all-time leader in three-point field goal percentage (.465), which ranks fourth all-time in NCAA Division I history. Also ranks as the school’s all-time leader in three-point field goals made (369, 12th all-time nationally), field goals made (880), games played (134) and games started (132). Ranks third all-time in free throw percentage (.862), seventh in steals (123) and 15th in assists (270).

Senior (2007-08): Led the nation in three-point field goal percentage (.498), ranked second in free throw percentage (.919) and ranked 13th in scoring (22.4 ppg). Set school records for three-point field goal percentage and three-point field goals made (114) and his season total of 785 points ranked as the second-best in school history. Scored in double figures in every game, scored 20 or more points 24 times, and topped the 30-point mark in six contests. Scored season-high 33 points twice, vs. Northern Arizona and vs. Fresno State. Tallied 20 points, a season-high 12 rebounds, and five assists at Iowa. Registered 20 points and a career-high-matching eight assists vs. Austin Peay. Hit five threes on his way to 29 points vs. Boise State.

Junior (2006-07): Led the WAC and ranked 10th in the nation in scoring (21.3 ppg). Also led the conference in three-point field goal percentage (.432) and free throw percentage (.888, ranked 12th nationally). Scored 20 or more points 21 times, topped the 30-point mark twice and the 40-point mark once. Exploded for a career-high 44 points on 12-for-16 shooting, 5-for-7 from three-point range, and a perfect 15-for-15 from the free throw line, while adding 10 rebounds vs. New Mexico State. Named MVP of the Top of the World Classic in Fairbanks after averaging 24.0 points and 5.7 rebounds in three games. Posted four double-doubles, including a 24-point, career-high 13-rebound performance vs. Hawaii in the first round of the WAC Tournament. Scored 24 points vs. Nevada in the semifinals and tallied 26 points vs. New Mexico State in the title game on his way to All-Tournament honors. Registered 22 points and seven rebounds at Michigan in the first round of the postseason NIT.

Sophomore (2005-06): Ranked ninth in the WAC in scoring (16.5 ppg). Led the conference and ranked 12th nationally in three-point field goal percentage (.451). Scored 20 or more points six times and surpassed the 30-point mark twice. Hit a school-record 10 three-point field goals on his way to a season-high 32 points at New Mexico State. Tallied 21 points, a career-high eight assists and seven rebounds vs. Arkansas-Little Rock. Recorded 30 points on 10-for-16 shooting at Weber State. Posted 21 points, seven rebounds and three assists vs. Washington in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

Freshman (2004-05): Ranked second on the team in scoring (14.7 ppg, ranked sixth in the Big West) and third in rebounding (4.3 rpg). Led the league in three-point field goal percentage (.476) and placed fourth in field goal percentage (.523). Scored 20 or more points seven times. Set a school freshman record with a season-high 28 points, hitting 8-for-10 from three-point range vs. UC Santa Barbara. Registered first career double-double with 13 points and a season-high 11 rebounds vs. BYU. Posted 22 points and seven rebounds vs. Pacific in the Big West Tournament championship game on his way to Tournament MVP honors. Hit five threes in scoring 18 points vs. Arizona in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

Strengths: Pure shooter with unlimited range. Can also create off the dribble and finish with underrated athleticism. Very competitive. Solid rebounder from the backcourt.

Personal: Majored in Spanish teaching. Got married in July of 2007. Served a two-year LDS church mission after high school in Chile.

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