Jeff Teague was born in Indianapolis in 1988. Teague's brother Marquis played three seasons in the NBA after a standout season at the University of Kentucky. His father played at the University of Missouri and Boston College, where he was coached by Rick Pitino. Teague played at Pike High School in Indianapolis and in his junior year averaged 12.5 points, four assists, three rebounds and two steals per game. It got even better in his senior year, as Teague averaged 22 points, four assists and two steals per game, leading the Red Devils to a 20-5 record. Teague spent the next two years at Wake Forest University, where he majored in religion. Along with his family, Teague helped open The Factory and D1 Sports Training, a brand new sports performance and physical therapy facility, in Indianapolis in 2017. He also encourages youth participation in sports, sponsoring an AAU program for local kids in the Indianapolis area. You can follow Jeff Teague on Twitter @Teague0 and @JeffTeague on Instagram.