Jaime Judkins #13
Guard 5-6, Sr. Salt Lake City, UT - Skyline HS Major: Therapeutic Recreation
JUNIOR - (2009–2010):
  • Earned five All-America honors (Basketball Times Second Team, NABC State Farm Coaches' Division I Third Team, Lute Olson, AP Honorable Mention, Sporting News Third Team)
  • Named to All-MWC First Team received All-District honors from the USBWA and NABC
  • Named USBWA District VIII Player of the Year
  • Received MWC All-Tournament honors
  • Named a first-team High Major All-American by Collegehoops.net
  • A Wooden Award, Naismith Trophy Midseason and Oscar Robertson Trophy candidate
  • Earned five MWC Player of the Week honors (Nov. 16, Dec. 28, Jan. 4, Feb. 1, Feb. 22)
  • Named USBWA Oscar Robertson National Player of the Week for his effort against Arizona
  • Named MVP of the HoopTV Las Vegas Classic and the Fiesta Bowl Classic
  • Named Male Crowd pleaser, Male Athlete of the Year and received Performance of the Year at the 2010 Y Awards
  • Led team in scoring (22.1) and assists (4.7)
  • Shot .458 from the field, .440 from three and .892 from the free throw line
  • In the MWC, was ranked in the top 10 in eight categories
  • Nationally was 7th in scoring and 12th in free throw percentage
  • Set a new BYU record for most points in a single game with 49 points @ Arizona on Dec.28, 2009
  • Scored 36 points against Utah, the most ever by a Cougar against the Utes
SOPHOMORE - (2008–2009):
  • Named first-team All-MWC
  • Named to the MWC All-Tournament Team
  • Named a CollegeHoops.net High-Major All-America Honorable Mention
  • Scored in double figures 29 times and 20-plus points 8 times
  • Posted 18 points and 4 steals against Texas A&M in the NCAA Tournament
  • Scored 25 points against Utah while shooting 8-9 from the free throw line
FRESHMAN - (2007–2008):
  • Averaged 18.5 minutes, 7.0 points, 1.7 assists and 1.1 repounds per game
  • Season highs of 19 points, 6 assists, 5 rebounds and 34 minutes
  • led BYU with 17 points at UNLV in the MWC Tournament Championship game
  • Broke out for then career-high 19 points against Hartford on 6-7 shooting from the field, 4-5 from 3-point range
  • Played 25 minutes in college debut at Long Beach State, going 3-6 from 3-point range and adding 3 assists and 1 steal
BEFORE BYU (at Glens Falls HS):
  • Ranked among nation's top 75 shooting guards
  • Section II and GFHS all-time leading scorer, ranking sixth on New York's all-time scoring list, with 2,404 points
  • 2007 Player of the Year by the channel 7 and 10 news while being named number 1 all-star by channel 13
  • Named first team all-state by New York State Sportwriter's association junior and senior year
  • Senior year averaged 28 .8 points per game while making 81 three-pointers and shooting .920 from the free-throw line
  • Season high 46 points; scored more than 30 points in 12 games
  • Led his team to 28-2 record and the Class A State Championship game
  • 2006 Times Union and Post-Star Chronicle Player of the Year
  • Averaged 29.3 ppg as a junior, including a season-high 43 point game
  • Averaged 30.1 ppg for Glens Falls summer team
  • An all-state wide receiver as a junior
  • In AAU ball, scored 28 points in helping his team to a third-place win in the 2006 AAU National Championships
PERSONAL:
  • Has one brother and one sister
  • Enjoys computer games
  • Sports hero is John Stockton
  • Recruited by Utah, Syracuse, Wake Forest, Seton Hall, Marshall, Fordham, Siena, George Mason, West Virginia, Virginia Tech, Penn St. and North Carolina State
YEAR G/GS MIN/AVG. FG/FGA% 3FG/3FG% FT/FT% OFF/DEF/TOT/AVG. PF/FO
2008 35/0 647/18.5 83-204/.407 43-128/.336 35-41/.854 8/29/37/1.1 44/0
2009 33/32 1090/33.0 184-383/.480 52-136/.382 116-137/.847 18/80/98/3.0 43/0
2010 34/33 1059/31.1 225-491/.458 77-175/.440 224-251/.892 25/80/105/3.1 36/0
Totals 102/65 2796/27.4 492-1078/.456 172-439/.392 375-429/.874 51/189/240/2.4 123/0

YEAR A/AVG. TO BLK STL PTS/AVG.
2008 61/1.7 41 3 27 244/7.0
2009 135/4.1 85 3 50 536/16.2
2010 159/4.7 93 5 41 751/22.1
Totals 355/3.5 219 11 118 1531/15.0
  • Points: 49 @ Arizona, 2009
  • Rebounds: 8 @ Wyoming, 2009
  • 3-PT FG’s Made: 9 vs. Arizona, 2009
  • Assists: 10 @ Utah, 2009, and vs. Southern, 2009
  • Steals: 5 @ SDSU, 2009
Roster
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