Second in assists (2.8) and No. 3 scorer (11.2) for the Cardinals last season.
Suffered a broken right leg and high ankle sprain in a pickup game on Aug. 18 and was expected to be out at least three months.
Double-figure scorer in 21 games, seven times his previous two seasons combined (3).
Scored 20 points -- matching the second highest of his career -- and added four assists and three steals at Cincinnati.
Scored 14 points, grabbed a career-high nine rebounds and scored the last three points in the 89-86 overtime win vs. Notre Dame.
Scored a career-high 31 points against UC Davis, hitting 11-of-13 shots from the field and a career-best 7-of-9 three pointers.
Scored 20 points vs. Middle Tenn., adding three steals, three three-pointers and five assists without a turnover.
Unanimous pick as MVP of the Billy Minardi Classic when he averaged 16.5 points with nine assists and just one turnover in the two games, hitting 13-of-21 shots from the field.
Scored 16 points against Prairie View A&M, adding a career-best nine assists.
Honored on the Colonial Classic All-Tournament team, averaging 10 points, 4.3 assists, 4.0 rebounds and two steals in the three games of the event.
His cousin Jermaine Jackson played collegiate basketball at Detroit and in the NBA with the Detoit Pistons, Toronto Raptors, Philadelphia 76ers, Atlanta Hawks and New York Knicks.
Top backcourt reserve whose improved play and Taquan Dean's illness thrust him into the starting lineup for seven games.
Scored eight points off the bench against Illinois in the NCAA national semifinals (4/2/05).
Averaged 6.7 points and shot 70 percent from the field (7-10) in his three C-USA Tournament games.
Started at Marquette, producing six points and his defensive efforts helped limit MU guard Travis Diener to 2-of-16 shooting.
Had nine points and two assists vs. Saint Louis in a starting role.
Scored a career-high 14 points vs. East Carolina, hitting 4-of-6 three-pointers.
Scored 12 points at Southern Miss off the bench, adding two assists, two steals and two rebounds (1/11/05).
As a starter vs. TCU, he had five points, a career-high eight rebounds, three steals and two assists (1/8/05).
Had eight points and three rebounds against Austin Peay in the championship game of the Billy Minardi Classic (12/22/04).
Hit a three-pointer in 19 games as a sophomore.
Reserve point guard who steadily progressed at the position last season, averaging 3.0 points with 34 assists as a freshman.
Started four games for the injured Taquan Dean, playing a season-high 33 minutes against both Houston and Memphis.
Committed just four turnovers over the last 11 games of the season, averaging 16 minutes at point guard during that stretch.
Scored a season-high eight points and three steals without a turnover against UAB's pressure defense (2/7/04).
Handed out an assist in 18 of 30 games.
Totalled four points, two assists and a steal against Houston in his first career start (1/28/04).
Played 24 minutes against Tennessee and totalled four points and three assists with no turnovers (1/25/04).
Produced five points, a season-high six assists and a steal vs. Toledo (12/30/03).
Produced two steals and an assist in U of L's victory over then No. 1 Florida.
Averaged 22 points, seven rebounds and six assists as a senior for Southeastern High School in Detroit.
Led Southeastern to an 18-6 record, its first district title in six years and first regional title in 30 years, reaching the Class A quarterfinals.
Scored a season-high 43 points against Osborn as a senior.
Honored on the Detroit Free Press' Class A all-state team, all-metro team and All-Detroit team (captain).
An all-state and all-city selection as a junior when he averaged 21.3 points, 5.7 assists and 5.2 rebounds as Southeastern posted a 16-2 record and reached the second round of the playoffs before falling to the eventual champion.
A member of the National Honor Society, he started four seasons at Southeastern.
A McDonald's All-America nominee, Jenkins was rated No. 41 overall and sixth nationally among point guards by ESPN; listed 38th nationally by Hoop Scoop, 46th by The Sporting News and 45th overall by Rivalshoops.com.
Totalled 10 points and 11 assists for the winning White team in the Derek Anderson Derby Festival Classic All-Star Game.
Also ran cross country at Southeastern, earning all-city honors as a sophomore and senior.
Narrowed his collegiate options to Missouri, Texas and Pittsburgh before signing with U of L.
Born Jan. 8, 1985 ... Son of Pamela and Converse Jenkins ... has one older brother (Converse) ... Major is sports administration.
Personal goal at U of L is to graduate and win a championship.
Enjoys watching movies, playing cards and "chillin' with friends and teammates" in his spare time.
Chose to attend U of L because "of Coach Pitino and his style of play."
Best basketball advice given to him was to "use everything in college as a way of getting prepared for life."
Feels Mike Epps would be the best actor to play him in a movie.
Few people know that he loves to wear cologne.
What impresses him most about Coach Pitino: "the way he dedicates himself to anything he does on and off the court, and his desire to win at anything."
His grandmother Dorothy Fuquay has had the greatest influence on his athletic career.
If you walked into his dorm room, the first thing you would notice is his large bed.
When he played basketball as a kid, he pretended he was Michael Jordan and Penny Hardaway.
Would most like to meet Beyonce Knowles and Kevin Garnett.
Basketball Player: Jermaine Jackson
NBA Team: Detroit Pistons
Athlete, Other than a basketball player: Lance Armstrong
Movies: Above the Rim, Goodfellas, Higher Learning
TV Shows: Martin, SportsCenter
Comedian: Mike Epps
Foods: chicken nuggets, Chinese food, lasagna (only my mother's)
Subject: African American History
Musical Group/Singer: The Lox, Jay-Z
Vacation Spot: Detroit (whenever I'm home, even if it's only for a minute)