21 Jordan Talbert
21 Jordan Talbert
Height: 6-6
Weight: 200
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Little Rock, Ark.
High School: Little Rock Central HS
Position: Forward

In 2011-12: Starting all 30 games for the Lions at forward, Talbert averaged 8.0 points, 6.3 rebounds and 2.0 assists a game while averaging 27.2 minutes a contest ... the sophomore was third on the team in field goal percentage hitting 90 of 168 from the field, good for a .536 mark ... Talbert was second on the team in rebounds, collecting 168 boards, 72 of which were offensive ... was second on the team in blocks with 34 on the year ... went for double digits scoring in 11 games  ... went 6 of 7 from the field dropping 17 points & grabbing 7 rebounds in a 72-64 win at Central Missouri on December 3 ... had a double-double vs. Pittsburg State going for 10 points & 12 rebounds in a 96-92 double overtime win ... recorded 13 points, 9 rebounds and 3 assists in a 90-64 win at Lincoln on February 1 ... recorded season-high six assists twice vs Dallas Baptist and Fort Hays State ...

In 2010-11: Started in 21 out of 23 MIAA games while playing in 30 out of the Lions’ 31 contests…averaged 15.5 minutes per game with a season high 25 minutes against Pittsburg State on Jan 2…Talbert’s best game of his young Lions’ career came in the first round of the MIAA Post-Season Tournament on Mar. 3 vs. Southwest Baptist as he went 3-for-4 from the field, 4-for-4 from the free throw line, with four rebounds, four blocks and 10 points…set career high mark in rebounds with 9 at Fort Hays State on Feb. 19..recorded three assists twice on the year vs. Washburn on Jan. 8 and against  Fort Hays State in the MIAA Post-Season Championship game on Mar. 6.

In 2009-10: Talbert redshirted. 

In high school: Averaged 12.0 ppg and 5.0 rpg during his senior season ... helped the Little Rock Central HS Tigers to a 12-11 record as a senior. 

Personal: A pre-dental major ... born March 11, 1991 in Little Rock, Ark. ... son of Tony Talbert and Faye Perry ... his father, Tony, competed at Southern Arkansas from 1978-79.