13 Bryce Dejean-Jones
- Position: Guard
- Year: SO
- Height: 6′5″
- Weight: 200 lbs
- Hometown: Los Angeles, CA
- Previous School: USC
|11-12-12||Northern Arizona||W: 92-54||15||5-7||3-4||2-4||2||1||-||3||6|
|11-17-12||Jacksonville State||W: 77-58||8||3-7||1-2||1-1||5||1||1||2||3|
|11-24-12||Iowa State||W: 82-70||9||3-8||1-2||2-2||4||4||-||1||-|
|11-28-12||UC Irvine||W: 85-57||3||1-4||0-1||1-2||5||-||-||-||1|
|12-4-12||at Portland||W: 68-60||2||0-9||0-6||2-4||8||-||-||2||3|
|12-9-12||at California||W: 76-75||22||7-11||2-4||6-6||2||1||-||-||4|
|12-13-12||La Verne||W: 91-44||4||1-4||0-1||2-2||4||3||-||6||4|
|12-17-12||at University of Texas El Paso||W: 62-60||12||5-14||2-5||0-2||6||1||-||5||3|
|12-19-12||Northern Iowa||W: 73-59||5||2-8||1-3||-||5||-||-||2||-|
|12-29-12||at North Carolina||L: 73-79||14||6-12||1-3||1-3||8||-||-||4||3|
|1-3-13||Chicago State||W: 74-52||12||2-8||1-4||2-2||2||-||-||-||5|
|1-5-13||Cal State Bakersfield||W: 84-63||1||4-8||2-4||2-2||15||-||-||6||-|
|1-9-13||at New Mexico||L: 60-65||9||4-8||0-2||1-1||2||1||-||4||4|
|1-12-13||Air Force||W: 76-71||18||6-12||1-5||5-6||3||1||-||1||1|
|1-16-13||at San Diego State||W: 82-75||14||5-14||1-3||3-4||5||-||1||2||2|
|1-19-13||at Colorado State||L: 61-66||8||3-9||2-4||-||3||1||1||1||5|
|2-2-13||at Boise State||L: 72-77||7||3-8||1-4||-||6||1||-||6||2|
|2-6-13||at Fresno State||L: 55-64||7||3-11||1-4||-||7||1||-||2||1|
|2-9-13||New Mexico||W: 64-55||16||6-13||3-6||1-2||9||-||2||2||1|
|2-13-13||at Air Force||L: 56-71||4||2-6||0-1||-||1||-||-||-||2|
|2-16-13||San Diego State||W: 72-70||6||2-5||0-2||4-6||3||3||-||2||3|
|2-20-13||Colorado State||W: 61-59||15||5-8||3-4||2-3||6||1||-||2||1|
|2-23-13||at Wyoming||W: 65-42||11||5-9||1-2||-||3||-||1||1||2|
|3-2-13||at Nevada-Reno||W: 80-63||17||7-9||3-4||-||5||-||-||3||2|
|3-5-13||Boise State||W: 68-64||16||5-9||0-1||6-8||3||2||-||5||-|
|3-9-13||Fresno State||L: 52-61||6||3-9||0-3||0-1||8||2||1||1||1|
|3-13-13||Air Force||W: 72-56||12||5-8||1-3||1-2||1||2||-||5||-|
|3-15-13||at Colorado State||W: 75-65||8||3-10||0-4||2-2||5||1||-||-||3|
|3-16-13||at New Mexico||L: 56-63||19||6-16||5-11||2-2||7||-||-||1||2|
|Season Averages||9.9||41.8%||34.5%||74.7%||1 (Asst/TO)|
Bern’s take: Dejean-Jones may have been the missing piece last season. An aggressive, athletic wing player who can go off the dribble towards the rim or pull up behind the arc, he had to sit out last season after transferring from USC. With enough playing time he could be the team’s leading scorer and perhaps its emotional linchpin. He looks physically pained when something goes wrong on the court, a characteristic that suggests it will be hard to keep him off the court in a close game.
Dejean-Jones enters his second season with the Runnin' Rebel program in 2012-13 ... Transferred to UNLV from USC after the 2010-11 season and sat out the 2011-12 season as a redshirt ... Is eligible to play for UNLV as a sophomore this year ... Named Mountain West Preseason Co-Newcomer of the Year.
SOPHOMORE - REDSHIRT (2011-12)
Used the 2011-12 season as a redshirt year after transferring to UNLV from USC.
FRESHMAN (2010-11) - USC
Played as a true freshman in 2010-11 at USC ... Appeared in 18 of the team's 34 games ... Started each of the Trojans' first 10 games ... Averaged 7.6 points, 2.6 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.1 steals per game ... Shot 37.9 percent from the field and 34.5 percent from 3-point range ... Played 20.6 minutes per game ... Was fourth on the team in steals, and sixth in scoring and assists ... Scored in double figures seven times, including a career-high 21 points against New Mexico State (7-10 FG, 3-5 3FG) ... Scored 14 points with eight rebounds in his first collegiate game vs. UC Irvine ... Led the team in scoring twice ... Made at least one 3-pointer in nine games.
A 2010 graduate of Taft High School in Woodland Hills, Calif. ... Was a teammate of current Runnin' Rebel Justin Hawkins ... Averaged 16.9 points, 7.5 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 1.6 steals and made 56.8 percent of his shots in leading the Toreadors to the L.A. City Section final and third round of the Div. I state playoffs ... Also made 49.3 percent of his 3-point attempts (33-for-67) ... Scored 25 or more points six times in 30 games and reached double figures in points in all but two games ... Had six double-figure rebound games and five double-doubles his senior year ... Selected to the Long Beach Press Telegram's Best in the West First Team ... Was ranked as the No. 36 player overall in the 2010 recruiting class by MaxPreps ... Was also ranked as the No. 27 shooting guard in the class by ESPNU and the No. 69 player overall by Scout.com ... Named the L.A. Daily News 2010 All-Area Player of the Year and the CIF L.A. City Section John R. Wooden High School Player of the Year ... Coached by Derrick Taylor ... Sat out of varsity competition his junior season after transferring from View Park Prep of L.A. to Taft ... Led View Park Prep to the City Section small schools championship as a sophomore.
Bryce A. Dejean-Jones was born Aug. 21, 1992, in Los Angeles, Calif. ... Majoring in sociology ... Parents are Walter Dejean, and Franchesca and KC Jones ... Has four brothers and two sisters: Malik (20), Khalil (14), Jabriel (18), Kennedy (11), Kelly (26) and Kianna (28).
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