Jordan Smart - Men's Basketball - Vanderbilt University Athletics

#12 Jordan Smart Season 2011-12


Class Redshirt Junior
Height 6'6"
Weight 200
Hometown Lexington, Ky.
High School Lexington Catholic

Added 20 pounds to his frame since arriving on campus…Redshirted his freshman season….Made All-SEC Academic Honor Roll in his sophomore and junior seasons.

2011-12 (RS Junior):
Played in eight games…scored three points against Bucknell (11/15) and Longwood (12/19), both on threes.

2010-11 (RS Sophomore):
Played in 14 games…Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the third consecutive year…Handed out three assists in just four minutes in season opener against Presbyterian (11/12/10) … Scored first career points and pulled down a career-high two rebounds in win over SE Louisiana (12/18) … Grabbed two rebounds in a career-high 16 minutes against Davidson (1/2).

2009-10 (RS Freshman):
Played in 10 games as a redshirt freshman…Tallied career-high two rebounds in games against Chaminade (11/24) and Manhattan (12/30)…Had career-best two assists against Southern Miss (1/2)…Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll.

2008-09 (Freshman):
Redshirted…Named to the All-SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll for his work in the classroom.

Lexington Catholic:
Was the 11th Region MVP in 2008 and was a member of the All-Region regular season team… His Lexington Catholic team finished the year as a 2008 state semi-finalist, and captured the 43rd District and 11th Region championships… Also claimed the 43rd District championship as a junior… He was a second-team All-City selection in 2007 and 2008, and an honorable mention All-State selection… His team won the 2008 Fifth Third Tournament, where he was named the MVP…Also was a McDonald[apos]s All-American nominee… In 2007, he was named to the All-Academic team at the Great Florida Shootout.

Jordan David Smart… Born Aug. 30, 1989 in Richmond, Va. … Son of David and Jennifer Smart… Majoring in English… Nickname is Smeez or Smarty… Chose Vanderbilt over Princeton, Harvard and Centenary… Advice to youngsters: ‘Respect your elders.’