10 Raphael Jordan
10 Raphael Jordan
Height: 6-1
Weight: 185
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Bel Air, Md.
High School: John Carroll School
Position: G
Major: Undeclared

As a junior
One of the team's top 3-point shooters ... Appeared in 28 games in 2011-12, starting in 15 of them ... Recorded 199 points to average 7.1 points per game on the year, finishing fourth on the team ... Led the team in 3--point percentage, converting 34.7 percent of his shots from long range (34-98) ... Finished in the top five on the Bulldog roster in treys (34), free throws (25), field goal percentage (.400), field goals made (70), assists (39), assists per game (1.4), steals (21), rebounds (87) and rebounding average (3.1) ... Averaged 26.7 minutes per game, good for third on the team ... Recorded the top single-game shooting percentage of the season for Bryant, hitting 7-of-8 with a 2-for-2 clip from downtown at Mount St. Mary's on Jan. 14 ... Went 6-for-7 from beyond the arc against Robert Morris Jan. 5, also an individual game-high clip in 2011-12 ... Recorded double-digit points in 10 outings, eclipsing the 20-point mark against Robert Morris on Jan. 5 with a career-high 21 points ... Led the Bulldogs in scoring three times and rebounding twice.

As a sophomore
Followed up an impressive rookie season with a solid sophomore campaign in which he appeared in all 30 games for the second-consecutive year, earning 16 starts ... Finished the year with 153 points, averaging 5.1 per game, both numbers ranked sixth on the squad ... Averaged a steal per game with 30 on the season, good for second-most on the team ... Averaged 18.1 minutes per contest ... Lit up Iona with 14 points on a career-best three treys on Nov. 14, including hitting a buzzerbeater three to take a 76-74 win, also dragging down five boards and dishing out three helpers in the process ... In the next game against Army on Nov. 20, he picked up an personal-best six steals against the Black Knights while dropping in 11 points from the field ... His best performance occurred on Jan. 15 against Sacred Heart, during which he went for 15 points off 7-of-9 shooting from the floor.

As a freshman
Appeared in all 30 games for the Bulldogs as one of the team's top freshmen, earning five starts ... Finished the season with 217 points, averaging 7.2 per game, both good for second on the team ... Put up the most shots of any Bryant player (217), making the second most (73) for 33.6 percent accuracy ... Led the team in free throws attempted (76) and made (54), posting a .711 free throw percentage on the year ... Second on the team in assists (59), averaging two per contest, and steals (26) ... Saw the most minutes of any rookie, averaging 24.9 minutes of floor time each outing, good for third on the team ... Recorded of Bryant's three double-doubles on the year, collecting a career-best 20 points and career-high 11 rebounds at home against St. Francis (NY) on Feb. 25 ... Also set career marks in minutes (42), free throws made (10) and free throws attempted (11) against the Terriers, recording his first career block and tying a personal best with three steals as well ... Pulled down 81 boards on the season, 28 of them offensive ... Recorded 11 double-digit point contests, including three straight against St. Francis (NY), Yale and Columbia in December as well as in five of his last seven games ... Pulled in a rebound in all but four contests while dishing out an assist in all but five ... Career-best six assists came at home against Fairleigh Dickinson on Jan. 28 ... Recorded two of the three highest point outputs of the season in back-to-back games in late February (20 points vs. St. Francis (NY) and 19 at Mount St. Mary's) ... His nine field goals against The Mount were a team best on the year, as were his 10 made free throws and 11 rebounds against the Terriers ... Led the team in scoring on five occasions, including back-to-back-to-back team-best totals to close the season ... Led the Bulldogs in assists 11 times and in steals in five outings.

Before Bryant
A 2009 graduate of John Carroll School where he played for coach Tony Martin and was a teammate of fellow Bulldog Erick Smith ... Ranks ninth in John Carroll history in points, fourth in assists, third in free throws made and third all-time in steals ... Set a new school record for games played in a career ... Played in the 2009 McDonald's Roundball All-Star Classic ... Played AAU for Team Melo in the summer of 2009, where he played in such events as the Nike Peach Jam, the King James Classic and the Hoop Group Jam Fest ... Earned a Diploma of Distinction at John Carroll.

The son of Robert and Tammie Jordan, Raphael Jordan was born Jan. 28, 1991 ... Has one brother, T.J., who played basketball at St. Mary's College (Md.) from 2004-08 and is now the Director of Basketball Operations at Lehigh University.

Career Highs
Points: 21 (vs. Robert Morris, 1/5/12)
Rebounds: 11 (vs. St. Francis (NY), 2/25/10)
Assists: 6 (vs. Fairleigh Dickinson, 1/28/10)
Steals: 6 (vs. Army, 11/20/10)
Blocks: 1 (six times, last at Robert Morris, 2/16/12)
Field Goals Made: 9 (at Mount St. Mary's, 2/20/10)
Field Goals Attempted: 15 (at Mount St. Mary's, 2/20/10)
3-Point FG Made: 6 (vs. Robert Morris, 1/5/12)
3-Point FG Attempted: 7 (five times, last vs. Sacred Heart, 2/11/12)
Free Throws Made: 10 (vs. St. Francis (NY), 2/25/10)
Free Throws Attempted: 11 (vs. St. Francis (NY), 2/25/10)
Minutes: 42 (vs. St. Francis (NY), 2/25/10)