2009-10 -- Played in all 30 games with 25 starts... averaged 10.9 points and 3.8 rebounds in 28.5 minutes per game... finished with a team-high .476 (110-231) field goal percentage, a .346 (18-52) mark from long range and a .742 (89-120) clip from the charity stripe... also was second on the team with 60 assists to go along with 19 steals... was eighth in The Summit League in field goal percentage and 26th in scoring... ranked fourth in the UMKC sophomore class recordbooks in free throws and free throw attempts... also was seventh in points (327), eighth in field goals (110), tied for 10th in field goal attempts (231) and 10th in scoring average (10.9)... finished in double figures in 17 games, which included a pair of 20-point outings... grabbed five or more rebounds in 10 contests and had five assists in four games... netted 16 points on 4-of-7 shooting (8-10 FT) in the win over Lincoln (11/17)... finished with 12 points on 5-of-7 shooting at Oral Roberts (12/3) and 17 points on 8-of-9 shooting in the road win at Centenary (12/5)... made 10-of-12 free throws en route to 12 points at Houston Baptist (12/12)... netted 21 points ib 6-of-9 shooting (7-7 FT; 2-2 3PT) vs. Central Arkansas (12/19)... made 8-of-15 shot attempts to go along with six boards at Saint Louis (12/22)... netted 14 points and had five assists in the road win at SIU Edwardsville (12/28)... scored 18 points to go along with six boards vs. South Dakota State (1/7), 15 points on 7-of-10 shooting at Oakland (1/14) and 12 points at IPFW (1/16)... made 4-of-5 shot attempts en route to 15 points vs. IUPUI (1/23)... finished with 18 points (8-12 FG) vs. North Dakota State (1/26)... netted 14 points to go along with seven rebounds at Southern Utah (1/30)... scored a career-best 22 points on 8-of-16 shooting vs. Oakland (2/13)... grabbed nine rebounds in the home victory over IPFW (2/11)... closed out the year by reaching double digits in each of the final three games... scored 19 points on 5-of-12 shooting to go along with nine rebounds vs. Centenary (2/25)... his first half dunk over the Gents' Matt Marseille was the "No. 1 Top Play of the Day" on ESPN SportCenter's Top-10 plays on Feb. 25... the dunk was also among the top-16 slams in the nation, and was listed among the Hoops Manifesto's NCAA Dunk of the Year Tournament... netted 17 points on 6-of-11 shooting in the regular season finale against Oral Roberts (2/27) before scoring 11 points vs. Oakland (3/6) in The Summit League Tournament... named to The Summit League Winter/Spring Academic all-League team and to the Commissioner's List of Academic Excellence.
2008-09 -- Played in all 31 games with 13 starts... one of three players to appear in every contest... averaged 3.6 points and 3.0 rebounds in 18.7 minutes per game... shot .408 (40-98) from the floor, .212 (7-33) from long range and .571 (24-42) from the charity stripe... also had 39 assists, 14 steals and one block... reached double figures in four contests on the year... also had eight games with five or more rebounds and three games with three or more assists... made his first career start vs. North Dakota (11/14)... scored seven points and grabbed eight boards in the win over Bradley (11/24)... had a career-high four assists vs. Florida (11/30)... finished with five points and nine rebounds at Centenary (1/24)... connected on 5-of-8 shot attempts (2-5 long range) en route to a 12-point performance vs. Western Illinois (1/29)... averaged 10.0 points and reached double figures in three of the final five games... finished with 10 points and seven rebounds vs. South Dakota State (2/14)... recorded his first career double-double (11 points/11 rebounds) in the win over Centenary (2/19)... made 7-of-12 free throws in the contest... was one of three 'Roo players to post a double-double during the 2008-09 season... finished with six points and seven boards vs. Oral Roberts (2/21) and 11 points on 5-of-9 shooting at IPFW (2/26)... named to The Summit League Winter/Spring Academic all-League team.
High School -- First team all-Southeast Conference selection and high honorable mention all-suburban team honoree... averaged 15 points, six assists and 5.7 rebounds per game as a senior... helped the Rockets to a 12-9 overall record and their first North Division Championship in 22 years... highest scoring point guard in the league, while shooting 49 percent from the floor... flirted with several triple-doubles, as he had four games with more than 20 points, five rebounds and five assists... two-year starter at point guard... scored 545 career points... shot .848 (118-139) from the free throw line during his high school career... 2007 adidas Double Pump Camp all-Star... played for the Southeast Wisconsin All-Stars, where he led the team to a No. 1 seed at the Kingwood Classic... Wendy's High School Heisman Trophy winner for the state of Wisconsin... also was a standout athlete in track and field... won back-to-back Wisconsin state triple jump titles in 2007 and 2008... finished with a mark of 47-11 as a senior... also was the state runner-up in the long jump (22-9) in 2008 after finishing sixth at the state meet in the long jump as a junior... was offered track scholarships by both Marquette and Minnesota... achieved high honors in the classroom for having better than a 3.5 grade point average... also named to the high school honor roll during his sophomore through senior years.
Personal -- Born on Aug. 30, 1990... son of Dwight Jones and Luann McKinney and step-father, Ed Schmitt... his uncle, Mark Jones, played in the NBA for the Orlando Magic and professionally overseas... his aunt, Esther Jones, was a national champion in track and field at Louisiana State in 1990 in the 100 and 200-meters and an Olympic gold medalist in 1992 as a member of the 4x100-meter relay... majoring in business administration.
Points: 22 vs. Oakland, 2/13/10
Rebounds: 11 vs. Centenary, 2/19/09
FGM: 8 (four times)
FGA: 16 (twice)
3FGM: 2 (seven times)
3FGA: 5 (twice)
FTM: 10 at Houston Baptist, 12/12/09
FTA: 12 (twice)
Assists: 5 (four times)
Steals: 4 vs. Truman State, 11/14/09
Blocks: 1 (four times)
Minutes: 38 vs. Oral Roberts, 2/27/10