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Jake  Lindsey

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Houston, Texas

High School:
Olympus HS [Utah]

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 200

Position:
G

Experience:
2L

02/23/2017

MBB's Lindsey and McClure Named Academic All-Big 12

Sixth straight season Baylor has had an Academic All-Big 12 honoree

01/04/2017

No. 2 MBB Improves to 14-0 with 65-63 Win over Iowa State

Manu Lecomte hit the game-winning shot with 8 seconds left on the clock.

03/15/2016

No. 5 Seed MBB Takes On No. 12 Seed Yale in First Round

Baylor and Yale will be meeting for the first time.

03/11/2016

No. 20/22 MBB Falls to No. 1 Kansas in Big 12 Semis

Al Freeman scored 14 points to lead the Baylor offense.

03/10/2016

No. 22 MBB Rolls Past No. 23 Texas in Big 12 Quarterfinals

Taurean Prince scored 24 points and grabbed 13 rebounds.

12/14/2017

Baylor vs. Texas Southern (USATSI)

Photos from Baylor men's basketball vs. Texas Southern - Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017

12/09/2017

Baylor vs. Randall (USATSI)

Photos from Baylor Men's basketball vs. Randall - Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017

12/04/2017

Baylor vs. San Houston State (USATSI)

December 4, 2017

12/02/2017

Baylor vs. Wichita State (USATSI)

Photos from Baylor men's basketball vs. Wichita State - Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017

11/28/2017

Baylor vs. Xavier (USATSI)

Photos from Baylor men's basketball vs. Xavier - Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017

Athletic, versatile junior guard with strong basketball bloodlines and a Baylor legacy ... Served as backup point guard over first two seasons, also saw action at shooting guard and small forward ... Has played all 69 games over first two seasons, including four starts ... Drastically improved 3-point shooting following freshman season, making four more 3-pointers (21) as a sophomore than he attempted during freshman season (17) ... Has played turnover-free in 32 of 69 career games and committed one or fewer turnovers in 49 of 69 games ... Ranked second in Big 12 Conference with 2.82 assist-to-turnover ratio during 2016-17 sophomore season ... Son of former Baylor player and current Utah Jazz general manager Dennis Lindsey ... Grandfather, F.A. Dry, was football head coach at Tulsa and TCU and an assistant coach at Baylor ... Named to 2017 Academic All-Big 12 First Team ... Four-time Baylor Dean's List and Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll member.

2016-17 (Sophomore):
Played in all 35 games, extending streak to 69 consecutive games played over first two seasons ... Made four starts, including three at point guard and one as small forward ... Took on expanded role as season progressed, playing at least 24 minutes in 15 of final 23 games after doing so just once in first 46 games of BU career ... Played at least 15 minutes in 34 of 35 games and 20-plus minutes 26 times ... Led team and ranked second in Big 12 Conference with 2.82 assist-to-turnover ratio ... Ranked third on team with 110 assists, 17 steals and 13 blocks ... Made career-first start at small forward spot in season opener vs. Oral Roberts (11/11), posting six points, five rebounds and two assists in 23 minutes ... Came off bench for next 28 games before taking on starting point guard role for three consecutive contests with Manu Lecomte injured ... Played crucial role in Battle 4 Atlantis title game win over No. 10 Louisville, posting eight points on 4-of-4 shooting, five assists, two steals and zero turnovers in 23 minutes off bench ... Saw action as point guard for final 15 minutes without taking a breather as Bears rallied from 20-point second-half deficit to beat Louisville ... Had five points, five rebounds and two assists in 23 minutes of win over No. 7 Xavier ... Posted five points, then-career high eight assists, two blocks and zero turnovers in 23 minutes of win vs. Southern (12/14) ... Recorded four assists over each of next three games, capping four-game stretch from Dec. 14 through Dec. 21 with a combined 20 assists and one turnover ... Had career-high four steals in 25 minutes of Big 12 opener at Oklahoma (12/30) ... Scored in double-figures for first time in collegiate career and made multiple 3-pointers for first time on way 10 points in 26 minutes of win over Iowa State (1/4) ... Had nine points, three rebounds and three assists as Bears rallied from 15 down for 78-75 win at Ole Miss (1/28) ... Posted 10 points, six rebounds and four assists in 25 minutes of win at Oklahoma State (2/7) ... Had seven assists in games against No. 3 Kansas (2/18) and at Iowa State (2/25) ... Made career-first start at point guard and led Bears to win with six points and four assists vs. No. 10 West Virginia (2/27) ... Scored career-high 16 points on 6-of-7 shooting, added four assists in win at Texas (3/4) ... Started at point for third straight game in Big 12 Championship quarterfinals vs. Kansas State (3/9), posting career-high 11 assists with zero turnovers and five points in career-high 35 minutes ... Played 21 minutes off bench and had five assists with zero turnovers in NCAA Tournament first round win over New Mexico State (3/17) ... Helped Bears clinch Sweet 16 berth with six points and two assists in 29 minutes off bench vs. USC (3/19) ... Named to fall and spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Rolls and Baylor Dean's Lists.

2015-16 (Freshman):
Played off bench in all 34 games, averaged 12.7 minutes per game ... Served primarily as backup point guard, also saw action at shooting guard and small forward ... Finished with 2.72 assist-to-turnover ratio, fourth-highest among all Big 12 players ... Ranked fourth on team with 2.0 assists per game ... Posted 2:1 or better assist-to-turnover ratio in 17 of 34 games ... Played first 72 minutes of collegiate career without a turnover, posting 11:0 assist-to-turnover ratio across first five games ... Recorded five-plus assists three times (12/2 vs. PVAMU; 12/16 vs. Hardin-Simmons; 12/19 at Texas A&M) ... Set career highs in points (11), rebounds (nine) and steals (three), added five assists in 22 minutes against Hardin-Simmons (12/16) ... Dished out career-high six assists with no turnovers, added four points in 17 minutes at Texas A&M (12/19) ... Played crucial role guarding Georges Niang in triangle-and-two defense over final seven minutes and made two late free throws in win at No. 13 Iowa State (1/9) ... With leading rebounder Rico Gathers out sick, stepped up with six rebounds, four assists and no turnovers in career-high 26 minutes of win at Kansas State (2/10) ... Six rebounds and four assists at KSU were both season-highs for Big 12 Conference games ... Made buzzer-beating 3-pointers before halftime in both games at Big 12 Championship (3/10 vs. Texas; 3/11 vs. Kansas), matching total of 3-pointers made over 31 regular-season games ... Named to Baylor Dean's List and Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll in both fall 2015 and spring 2016.

High School:
Four-year varsity letterwinner, spent final three years playing for coach Matt Barnes at Olympus High School in Salt Lake City, Utah ... Played freshman season for coach Steve Sylestine at Clark High School in San Antonio, Texas ... Led Olympus to identical 21-5 records and state semifinals in both 2014 and 2015 ... Earned all-state recognition in all three years at Olympus, including first-team honors in 2014 and 2015 and honorable mention in 2013 ... Named Region MVP as senior in 2015, following three straight years as first-team All-Region selection ... In three seasons at Olympus, has 1,200 points, 425 rebounds, and 245 assists ... Finished as Olympus' all-time leader in assists, ranked second in points and fifth in rebounds ... Averaged 24.1 points, 9.3 rebounds, 5.5 assists and 1.9 steals during senior season ... Played for North Carolina squad that won 2014 LeBron James Skills Academy, also participated in 2014 Kevin Durant Skills Academy ... No. 3 ranked recruit in Utah's 2015 class by ESPN.com ... Ranked No. 208 recruit nationally in 2015 class by 247Sports.com.

Personal:
Given name is Jacob Lindsey ... Nickname is Jake ... Son of Dennis and Becky Lindsey ... Father is general manager of NBA's Utah Jazz and played basketball at Baylor from 1988-91 ... Both parents are Baylor graduates ... Grandfather, F.A. Dry, was football assistant coach for Houston Oilers (1966-70) and Baylor (1984-92) and was football head coach at Tulsa (1972-76) and TCU (1977-82) ... Business major.

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