Jordan Mickey: 2015 Draft Prospect

Height: 6-8
Weight: 238
Position: PF
College: LSU
Age: 20

2014-2015 Season Stats

PPG: 15.4
RPG: 9.9
APG: 1.3
BLK: 3.6
STL: 0.9

Player Bio
Courtesy of LSU Athletics

Started all 31 games he played in … Dressed for other two games but DNP-Coach’s Decision with injuries … Averaged 15.4 points, 9.9 rebounds (just two boards shy of a double double average) … Averaged 34.9 minutes a game … Posted a 50.4 FG percentage (191-of-379), fourth in the SEC … Fifth in the league in scoring average, league leader in rebound average … Blocked 113 shots, averaged a nation’s best 3.64 blocked shots per game … Second consecutive year to block 100 or more shots, only player other than Shaquille O’Neal at LSU to block more than 100 shots in a season … Blocked 113 shots, 219 for his career, second to O’Neal … 25 double figure scoring games, 51 for his career … Best was 27 vs. Weber State in the Paradise Jam (11/22), 25 at Mississippi State (1/31), 25 at Vandy (1/25), 24 vs. Alabama (2/7), 24 vs. Savannah State (1/3) and 23 vs. Auburn (2/6) … 17 games with double figure rebounds … 16 double doubles, 25 for his career … Became 39th player in LSU history to surpass 500 career rebounds … Had at one point a string of 11 straight double figure scoring games in SEC play … For second straight year 10 games of 5 or more blocks, 20 in two years … 7 three times in two years, this past season at UAB and vs. Texas A&M … Had 25 points-20 rebounds at Mississippi State (1/31), the first 20-20 game since 2003 and Mickey is the seventh player to post 20-20 since the 1973-74 season … Mickey was the 11th player to have 20 rebounds in a game dating back to Bob Pettit in 1953.

Stared all 34 games … Nine-double doubles, third in the SEC this past season … Averaged 12.7 points per game, 7.9 rebounds and 3.1 blocks per game … Scored in double figures in 26 of the 34 games … Led the league in block average and became just the second player in LSU men’s basketball history to block 100 shots in a season, joining Shaquille O’Neal … Fourth best total (106) for a season at LSU … One of 11 players in SEC history to have blocked at least 100 shots in a season in the league … Already seventh in career blocks at LSU … Made 171-of-321 shots this season, 53.3% for the season, second in the SEC … Nine games of 5 blocks or more in a game, topped by 6 vs. Northwestern State (11/16), 7 at Ole Miss (1/15), 6 vs. Arkansas (2/1) … Topped 20 points three times – 25 vs. ULM (12/14), 22 vs. Arkansas (2/1), 21 vs. Rhode Island (1/4) … Had 13 rebounds on three occasions … 11 games with double figure rebounds … Made 11-of-12 free throws vs. Miss. State (2/19), part of a series of games when he was 25-of-29 at the line … Finished the season 91-of-131 (69.5%) … One of three freshman to start the opener against UMass (11/12), first time since the national semifinal vs. UCLA in 2006 that three freshman started a game … Named SEC Freshman of the Week on three occasions during the 2013-14 season … First LSU player to start his career with three consecutive double doubles since Storm Warren (2009-10) … Averaged 32.8 minutes a game.

Consensus four-star recruit who played his senior season at Prime Prep Academy for Coach Ray Forsett after playing at Arlington Grace Prep … Averaged 16 points and 10 rebounds, with two blocks … Grace Prep won the state Texas championship his junior season.

Born July 9, 1994 … Nickname is “JMick” … Right handed … Listed “The Atmosphere” as the influence to come to LSU … Parents are James Wright, Torand Hunter … Major is engineering … Likes to “go to movies” to relax … Favorite food is Mexican … Favorite NBA player is Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder.

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