Enjoyed a solid final season at Texas A&M, being one of only two players to start all 33 contests while averaging 24.3 minutes per contest … averaged 6.1 points per contest (201 points) while compiling 61 rebounds, 61 assists, 15 steals and four blocked shots … maintained a 49.7 field goal percentage with a 38.1 percent mark from 3-point range and a 78.2 clip from the free throw line … helped the Aggies top the 100-point mark on opening night vs. Northwestern State (11/14), finishing with 15 points and a season-best seven assists against no turnovers … went 5-of-7 from the field to put up 13 points as the Aggies rallied from a 13-point, second-half deficit to defeat Arizona State (12/6) … notched a campaign-high six rebounds on a pair of occasions, vs. the College of Charleston (11/21) and vs Montana (3/17) during the opening round of the NIT when he also contributed 15 points on 6-of-9 shooting and six assists … honored with a spot on both the Allstate NABC Good Works Team and the SEC Men’s Basketball Community Service Team, Green was also a nominee for the Senior CLASS Award.
Showed marked progression on the court during his junior campaign ... played in all 34 games while starting 27 contests ... averaged 25.4 minutes per game ... saw his scoring average jump to 6.9 points per game as he shot 45.7 percent from the field and 30.2 percent from beyond the 3-point arc ... ranked second on the Aggies with 54 assists ... pulled down 77 rebounds (2.3 rebounds per game) while compiling 25 steals and four blocked shots ... enjoyed a career night in the season-opener against Buffalo (11/8), scoring 15 points on 6-of-7 shooting ... contributed nine points and three assists in the win over Mississippi Valley State (11/11) ... scored the Aggies’ final five points of the contest vs. Rice (11/15), including a game-winning 3-pointer with under seven seconds to play ... contributed 13 points on 5-of-9 shooting against Missouri State (11/24), while also pulling down four boards ... selected to the All-Tournament Team following the conclusion of the Corpus Christi Invitational ... finished with nine points, four rebounds, an assist and a steal during the victory over South Carolina (1/15) ... played a vital role in the win over Ole Miss (3/1), setting a career-high with 16 points on 6-of-12 shooting while playing solid defense against the Rebels’ Marshall Henderson ... honored with the Defensive Player of the Year Award at the program’s end of the year banquet.
Played in 31 games as a reserve during his sophomore campaign, averaging 12.4 minutes a game ... contributed 2.8 points and 1.5 rebounds per contest, while totaling 33 assists, 11 steals and two blocks on the year ... came off the bench to play 21 minutes and contribute five points and three assists in the win over Troy (11/12) ... scored 10 points during a victory over Prairie View A&M (11/15) ... distributed a game-high six assists against the Panthers ... enjoyed a solid night in the win over Houston Baptist (1/3), finishing with four points, five rebounds and three assists in 22 minutes of action ... put together his best game of the season at Arkansas (3/9) by setting season highs in points (14), rebounds (6) and minutes played (25).
Appeared in 31 games as a true freshman, starting 13 ... averaged 16.3 minutes, 3.4 points and 1.7 rebounds ... ranked third on the team with 22 steals ... started seven games in place of injured Khris Middleton in non-conference play (11/13-12/7), averaging 6.0 points ... averaged 11.5 points, 2.5 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 30.5 minutes in back to back games against Texas Tech and Missouri ... scored season (and career) high 14 (on 6-of-8 shooting) against No. 3 Missouri (2/18) ... played a career-high 32 minutes in win at Texas Tech (2/14) ... scored 9 points and matched a season high with five rebounds while dishing out a team-best three assists ... posted two strong defensive efforts late in Big 12 play ... helped limit Oklahoma State’s Keiton Page (14.7 ppg entering game) to 2-of-13 shooting and nine points ... then helped shut down K-State’s Rodney McGruder (19.3 ppg in Big 12 play entering), holding him to 1-of-9 from the floor and five points ... two double-figure scoring games on the year, the first coming in win over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (11/26) ... also dished out a season-best six assists against the Islanders ... season high in rebounds was five, set twice.
Rated among the top shooting guards in the class by both ESPN.com and Scout.com ... ranked 12th overall in Texas by Rivals.com and 114th nationally ... rated fourth on the Maroon and White Report’s Hoops Hot List for 2011 ... became the first player in his school’s history to sign a Division I basketball scholarship straight out of high school ... was a 3-year letterwinner at Flower Mound High School ... played for coach Charles Freet ... a 3-time all-district pick and was named the Offensive Player of the Year as a senior (2011) ... named to the Texas High School Coaches Association (THSCA) All-Star team ... ended his career as the Jaguars’ all-time leading scorer ... holds multiple other school records ... averaged 19.6 points and six rebounds as a senior (2011) and 17.8 points and 4 boards as a junior (2010) ... career-high output was 37 points against Plano during his senior season ... played AAU ball for Team Texas, where he teamed up with several collegians including Thomas Gipson (Kansas State), Austin Chatman (Creighton), and former Texas A&M player Jamal Branch ... chose Texas A&M over Marquette, Oklahoma State, UNLV and Utah.
Jordan David Green is the son of Cliff and Kathy Green of Flower Mound ... born May 5, 1993 in Hoffman Estates, Illinois ... nickname is “JG” ... has one sister, Emonne Markland ... majoring in interdisciplinary studies, plan is to become a teacher after graduation ... enjoys reading and watching black-and-white movies ... a cousin, Danny Green, was a standout player at North Carolina who won a title with the Tar Heels in 2009, and has played with the Cleveland Cavaliers and San Antonio Spurs ... another cousin, Rashad Green, plays at the University of San Francisco.