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Pierre Jordan

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Dunwoody, Ga.

High School:
Dunwoody

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 170

Position:
Guard

Birthdate:
05/09/1989

Experience:
2 VL


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CAREER STATS

Year G-GS FG-A .PCT 3FG-3FGA .PCT FT-FTA .PCT PTS.-AVG TR-AVG. AST TO BLK STL MIN
08-09 6-0 2-5 .400 1-1 1.000 1-3 .333 6-1.0 4-0.7 1 1 0 0 28-4.7
09-10 17-0 10-25 .400 2-10 .200 0-0 .000 22-1.3 14-0.8 10 9 0 2 93-5.5
10-11 16-0 3-23 .130 1-10 .100 2-2 1.000 9-0.6 11-0.7 16 7 0 3 81-5.1
Total 39-0 15-53 .283 4-21 .190 3-5 .600 37-0.9 29-0.7 17 17 0 5 202-5.2

ON JORDAN:: A three-year varsity letterwinner who has been a member of three NCAA Tournament teams, helped the Seminoles advanced to the Sweet 16 of the 2011 NCAA Tournament and helped Florida State advance to the championship game of the ACC Tournament for the first time in school history in 2009...helped Florida State defeat two No. 1 ranked teams in the nation during his career as a Seminole - No. 1 North Carolina on March 14, 2009 to advance to the championship game of the 2009 ACC Tournament, and No. 1 Duke on Jan. 15, 2011...both wins in both seasons helped the Seminoles advance to the NCAA Tournament in these seasons...Florida State defeated nine nationally ranked teams during his three seasons including two teams ranked No. 1, No. 5 Notre Dame in the 2011 NCAA Tournament and No. 10 Clemson during the 2009-10 season...Florida State's three consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances tied a school record for consecutive appearances in the NCAA Tournament...with Jordan on the roster and in the line-up the Seminoles developed into the third winningest program in the ACC in terms of number of ACC wins and number of overall wins...has a tremendous ability to be able to explain the wants of the coaching staff from the standpoint of a player running the plays alongside his teammates...played in six of the Seminoles' first seven games of the 2008-09 season and helped the team to victories in each of his appearances before deciding to end his season following the Seminoles' victory of Cal in the championship game of the Global Sports Classic on Nov. 29...was granted a medical redshirt for the 2008-09 season because of an injured knee...played on the same Dunwoody High School team as Seminole teammate Chris Singleton who was a first round NBA Draft selection in 2011...earned two awards at the 2010 Basketball Honors Banquet: the Mr. Hustle Award, and the award as the Seminoles' most improved student-athlete...

AS A REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE (2011): Averaged 0.6 points (tied for 13th on the team), 0.7 rebounds (12th), and 0.4 assists (ninth), as he played in 16 games including the Seminoles' victory over No. 5 ranked Notre Dame in the 2011 NCAA Tournament...the victory over the Fighting Irish sent the Seminoles to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 1993 and for only the fourth time in school history...his appearance against Notre Dame in the NCAA Tournament was the first time in his career that he had played in a NCAA Tournament game...played in 16 games during his third season - the Seminoles had a 14-2 record in the games in which he earned playing time...scored his season high of four points in the Seminoles 97-63 win over Stetson in Tallahassee (Dec. 15)...also added three points in the Seminoles' season opening victory over North Florida (Nov. 12), and scored two points in Florida State's ACC victory over Wake Forest at home (Feb. 1)...his season high of 15 minutes of playing time came in the Seminoles' win over Stetson, while double figures of 12 minutes of playing time came in the Seminoles' victory on the road at UNC Greensboro (Nov. 14)...the most complete game of his career came against Stetson with 15 minutes of playing time, his career high of four assists, his career high of three steals, a perfect two of two from the free throw line, a career high tying three rebounds in the win over the Hatters...also totaled two rebounds against both North Florida and Wake Forest in Tallahassee...his only 3-point field goal of the season came against North Florida...(vs. Miami): Scored zero points in one minute of playing time in one of the Seminoles' two games against NIT participant Miami...earned playing time in the Seminoles' 65-59 win over the Hurricanes in Tallahassee (Feb. 26)...entered the game in the first half and helped Florida State build as much as a 22 point lead in taking a 36-16 lead at halftime...the Seminoles needed his playing time and experience in the line-up as the Hurricanes' cut their deficit to as few as three late in the second half...(vs. NC State): scored zero points in three minutes of playing time in one of the Seminoles' two games against NC State...earned three minutes of playing time in the Seminoles' 84-71 win over the Wolfpack in Tallahassee (Jan. 15)...inserted into the game in the second half and helped Florida State outscore the Wolfpack, 56-52 in gaining the win...attempted two field goals in the Seminoles' 13th victory of the season...(vs. Virginia Tech): earned four minutes of playing time, but did not score in one of the Seminoles two games against NIT participant Virginia Tech...his playing time against the Hokies came in the first meeting of the season between the two teams - a 71-59 loss in Blacksburg (Jan. 8)...earned his playing time in the first half as Florida State fought its way out of as much as a 10 point deficit...(vs. Wake Forest): Averaged 1.0 points and 1.5 rebounds in two games against Wake Forest...played a total of 11 minutes in the two Seminole wins (an average of 5.5 minutes played per game), and scored two points and pulled down three rebounds as Florida State defeated the Deacons at home and on the road...totaled two points and two rebounds in his ACC career-high of seven minutes in the Seminoles' 85-61 win over the Deacons in Tallahassee (Feb. 1)...scored Florida State's final bucket of the game to give the Seminoles their 85-61 advantage...was his second career field goal in ACC play with his first coming against Clemson during the 2009-10 season...`also pulled down his ACC career-high of two rebounds - both on the offensive end - in the win...a strong game handling the basketball with zero turnovers in seven minutes of playing time...totaled one rebound in three minutes of playing time as the Seminoles won, 84-66, in Winston Salem (Feb. 19)...earned his rebound as he was inserted into the line-up in the first half to help jumpstart the Seminoles' offense...Florida State had scored only six points in the first 9:38 of the game before Jordan was sent into the game...his play helped Florida State get back into the game and trail by only 31-33 at the intermission...earned two more minutes of playing time in the second half, and helped Florida State out run the Deacons to gain the win...(In one game during the NCAA Tournament): Earned one minute of playing time in the Seminoles' magical run to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament as he earned playing time in Florida State's victory over No. 5 ranked and second seeded Notre Dame...the Seminoles led virtually wire to wire in defeating the Fighting Irish, 71-57, in the third round of the NCAA Tournament at the United Center in Chicago...totaled one rebound and one assist in one minute of playing time in the Seminoles' victory...also an assist in a 3-pointer by Andrew Rutledge to give the Seminoles their final margin of victory in the game and then pulled down the final rebound to end the game...

AS A REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2010): averaged a career-high 1.3 points (tied for 11th on the team), a career-high 0.9 rebounds (11th) and 0.6 assists (10th) while playing in a career-high 15 games and averaging 5.9 minutes played per game...played in nearly half of the Seminoles' 32 games including seven ACC games, their game against NC State in the ACC Tournament, and in one game during their run to the championship of the prestigious Old Spice Classic...scored his career-high of six points in the Seminoles' victory at Mercer as he made all three of his field goal attempts in the game...all six of his points came in the second half and helped the Seminoles to the 89-50 victory on the road...he established career-bests for points (six), and field goals made (three), in the victory over the Bears...his career-high of two assists came in victories over Jacksonville and UT-Martin which gave him a single season career-high of 10 assists on the season...had at least one assists in eight of the 17 games in which he earned playing time...earned extended playing time throughout the season with double figure minutes coming in five of his 17 appearances including a career-high 16 minutes played in the Seminoles' victory over Stetson (Nov. 18)...earned playing time of 10 or more minutes in the first three games of the season with 10 minutes coming in the Seminoles' victory over Jacksonville (Nov. 16), his career-high of 16 minutes coming against Stetson and 10 minutes coming on the road at Mercer...Florida State was 3-0 in those three games...also earned extended playing time in the Seminoles' victories over Florida International (Dec. 6) and UT Martin (Dec. 22)...saw action in the first ACC game of his career against NC State (Jan. 12) and played in nearly half of the Seminoles' ACC games during the season...also earned playing time in the Seminoles' games against ranked Duke (Jan. 27), and Clemson (Feb. 10) teams on the road...tied his career-high with one 3-point field goal made in Florida State's wins over UT Martin and Alabama A&M (Dec. 31) in consecutive games...he made more 3-point field goals in those two games than he did in his first season as a Seminole in six games (one)...earned the first two steals of his career in back to back wins over FIU and UT-Martin...also earned playing time against Ohio State in the ACC/Big 10 Challenge...(vs. Clemson): played in one of the Seminoles' two games against NCAA Tournament participant Clemson during the season...scored two points to go along with one assist in one minute of playing time as the Seminoles fell to the Tigers, 77-67, on the road (Feb. 10)...helped account for five points in the final minute of the game, with an assist on a Luke Loucks 3-point shot, and a driving lay-up of his own with under 30 seconds remaining in the games...(vs. Duke): earned one minute of playing time in the Seminoles' only game of the season against NCAA Tournament Champion Duke...his playing time came at the end of the first half as the Seminoles worked to get back in the game after trailing by as many as 16 points...Duke won the game, 70-56, in Durham (Jan. 27)...(vs. Maryland): totaled three minutes of playing time, but did not score in one game against NCAA Tournament participant Maryland...his three minutes played against the Terps tied his career-high for an ACC game in his first two seasons as a Seminole...Maryland rallied to win the game, 71-67, in Tallahassee (Feb. 4)...(vs. Miami): averaged 0.0 points and 0.5 rebounds in two games during the regular season against Miami...earned one minute of playing time in the Seminoles victory over the Hurricanes in Tallahassee (Feb. 6), and totaled three minutes of playing time in the Seminoles' win over Miami in Coral Gables (March 6)...pulled down one rebound in the Seminoles' season ending win over the Hurricanes...the victory allowed Florida State to close its regular season with a 22-8 record and a 10-6 record in ACC play...it marked the second consecutive season Florida State had finished in the top four in the ACC standings with a 10-6 conference record...(vs. NC State): played in two games during the season against NIT participant NC State...earned playing time for the first time in an ACC game against the Wolfpack in Tallahassee (Jan. 12), and appeared in a game in the ACC Tournament for the first time in his career against NC State in Greensboro (March 12)...totaled one minute of playing time in the Seminoles' loss to the Wolfpack, 88-81, at home...pulled down one rebound and was credited with one assist in the Seminoles' 58-52 loss to the Wolfpack in the ACC Tournament...(vs. Virginia): totaled zero points and one assist in one game played against Virginia...totaled three minutes of playing time as the Seminoles defeated the Cavaliers, 69-50, in Charlottesville (Feb. 17)...(In The Old Spice Classic): helped Florida State to the championship of the Old Spice Classic with an appearance in the Seminoles' semifinal victory over Alabama...earned two minutes of playing time and earned one rebound in the Seminoles' 60-51 win over the Crimson Tide...the win vaulted the Seminoles into the championship game of the tournament against Marquette...Florida State rallied to win the tournament championship with a 57-56 win over the NCAA Tournament bound Golden Eagles...his rebound came on the offensive end and helped the Seminoles to say within reach of Alabama as they trailed 15-11 at the time of his rebound...the Seminoles took the lead late in the half and did not trail in the second half in advancing to and winning their second in-season tournament championship with Jordan on the roster...

AS A FRESHMAN (2009): averaged 1.0 point (tied for 11th), 0.7 rebounds (11th), and 0.2 assists (tied for 11th) while playing in only six games because of a recurring knee injury during his first season as a Seminole...played in both of the Seminoles two exhibition games, and in six of the first seven regular season games of the season before deciding after extensive consultation with the Florida State coaching staff and his family to not play during the remainder of the year and work on rehabilitation in order to be fully ready for summer workouts and the start of practice in October of 2009...helped the Seminoles to six victories and to the championship of the Global Sports Classic in limited minutes as he earned his first taste of life as a college basketball player...earned five minutes of playing time in his Seminole debut against Jacksonville, and scored two points in the Seminoles' 57-55 victory over the Dolphins on the road (Nov. 15)...his second half basket proved to be large as it helped the Seminoles win the game by two points...his basket came on a lay-up at the 10:44 mark to give the Seminoles a 43-32 lead...the Seminoles never lost the lead, but the Dolphins came within those two precious points with six minutes remaining before the Seminoles regained control and ran the clock out to take home the win...averaged 1.0 point, 1.0 rebound and 5.3 minutes played as he helped the Seminoles win the championship of the Global Sports Classic...played in all four games and contributed to the team championship...earned playing time in Florida State's victories over Coastal Carolina (nine minutes played, one assist), Western Illinois (12 minutes played, three points), Cincinnati (one minute played), and Cal (one minute played, one point), in helping Florida State to the team championship...his career-high of three points came on a 3-point shot in the Seminoles' victory over Western Illinois in Tallahassee...his first half 3-pointer against the Leathernecks helped the Seminoles lead wire-to-wire in gaining the 67-55 victory in Tallahassee...his 3-point shot came at the 13:57 mark of the first half and gave the Seminoles a 12-6 advantage in earning their fifth win to open the season...a huge free throw in the Seminoles' championship clinching victory over Cal at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada...pulled down a defensive rebound, was fouled and made one free throw with three seconds remaining in the Seminoles' victory over Cal...his free throw gave Florida State a 80-77 lead and their final margin of victory...he made his first free throw to increase the Seminoles lead to three and forced the Bears to have to make a 3-point shot to at least tie the game...

AT DUNWOODY: Graduated from Dunwoody in 2008...averaged 14.0 points and 7.0 assists during his senior season...a two-time team captain during his junior and senior seasons...earned all-star honors in Region 5-AAA, and was an All-Northside Area Honorable Mention honors from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution as a senior...named to the DeKalb County Top-20 following his senior season...averaged 11.3 points (909 total points), 4.3 rebounds (346 total rebounds), 3.3 steals (263 total steals), and 6.2 assists (498 total assists), in 80 career games at Dunwoody...led Dunwoody to a pair of state championships during his career...helped lead Dunwoody to the state tournament Final Four in 2008...Dunwoody won regional championships in both 2005 and 2008...the starting point guard on the Adidas Super 64 National Championship team in 2007...helped lead Dunwoody to a pair of state championships as a freshman and a sophomore...led Dunwoody to the Elite Eight of the state championship tournament as a junior...played in the Georgia North/South All-Star game and the Atlanta Classic All-Star game following his senior season...brought Dunwoody to the cusp of three consecutive state championships as he helped lead the Wildcats to the state title game as they lost to Carver-Columbus, 96-89, in the championship game in 2008...Jordan scored 20 points in the 2008 state title game against Carver...the Wildcats finished with a 27-4 record, won the Martin Luther King Classic in Jacksonville, Fla., and was named the DeKalb County Team of the Year in 2008...helped lead Dunwoody on an 18-game winning streak during his senior season...helped Dunwoody win the regional championship in 2008 with a victory over Blessed Trinity...as a junior at Dunwoody, Jordan was No. 2 in Dekalb County (Ga.) in steals average (3.4 spg) and ranked among the county leaders in assists (4.1 apg), three-point percentage (.430) and free throw percentage (.730)...Dunwoody won the state tournament championship in 2006 as Pierre and his brother Kierre led the Wildcats to the title game victory over Westlake...also helped lead Dunwoody to the state championship tournament as a junior in 2007...led Dunwoody to the team championship at the Martin Luther King Classic in Jacksonville, Fla., during his senior season...also led his team to a sixth-place team finish at the 2008 Beach Ball Classic...totaled 13 points to lead Dunwoody over Scott County in a late December game during his senior season...scored 18 points in a victory over Eastern Commerce during the 2006-07 season....scored 12 points in a 60-58 victory over Milton in the Jump Ball Jam Classic in a game played at Georgia Tech during his junior season...named to the Chick-Fil-A Classic All-Tournament team in December of his junior season...played at the Adidas Superstar Camp as a freshman where his stock began to rise...averaged 11 points, 4.0 assists and 3.0 steals as a sophomore at Dunwoody...led Dunwoody to the semifinals of the Chick-Fil-A Classic as a freshman as he helped his team to a state championship title...plays for the highly successful Atlanta Celtics AAU team.

PERSONAL: Born May 9, 1989...Pierre is the son of Winfred Jordan...his father was an outstanding track and field performer as a collegian...a brother, Kierre, played point guard at Palm Beach Community College (2007 and 2008)...selected Florida State over Butler, Clemson, Virginia Commonwealth, UCF, LSU, Marshall and Winthrop.

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