UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
An athletic big man who saw action at both the forward and center positions last season ... Served as David Dixon's backup at center after the season-ending injury to Marlon Shelton ... A capable player both inside and outside who started twice in 2002 ... One of the top shot blockers in the Pac-10 last season. 2001-02 (Freshman) -- Played all but one game (at California, Jan. 17) and drew starting assignments at USC (Jan. 6) and Arizona State (Feb. 9) ... Ranked second on the team and ninth among Pac-10 players with 30 blocked shots (1.07 bpg) ... His 30 blocks were the second-highest single-season total ever for a Husky freshman, trailing only Todd Macculloch's 32 blocks in 1996 ... Rejected a single-game high four shots against Gonzaga (Dec. 11) ... Tallied seven points and seven rebounds with three blocks in his collegiate debut at Alaska Fairbanks (Nov. 15) ... Had season-high eight points and three assists against Oregon (Jan. 24) ... Matched his career-high with eight points at Washington State (Jan. 3).
SEATTLE PREP HIGH SCHOOL
Averaged 14.8 points and 6.6 rebounds per game as a senior in 2001 ... Averaged 13 points and eight rebounds per game as a junior at Seattle Prep ... Helped lead the Panthers to the 2000 Washington state Class AAA state championship ... Seattle Prep finished the 2000 regular season with a 19-1 record ... An honorable mention prep All-America selection by Street & Smith's magazine ... Rated the No. 17 prep power forward in the West by Pac-West Hoops ... Was injured during the spring and summer of 2000 ... High school teammate Erik Bond plays basketball at California.
COACH ROMAR ON JEFFREY DAY
"Jeffrey has as much potential as anyone on our roster. He's really versatile. He can really shoot the basketball at 6-9. He can put it on the floor at 6-9. He is a good shot blocker. He needs to be able to play with consistent intensity and develop some strength."