Jamaar Taylor – Guard – FREE AGENT

Name:Jamaar Taylor
Born:April 26, 1994
Passport:American
Position:Guard
Height:193 cm / 6’4”
Team:FREE AGENT

Jamaar Taylor is a skilled, physical, and athletic guard. He has the ability to create on his own, pass, and score, which helps him in pick and roll and one-on-one plays. Jamaar can score off the dribble or coming off screens. He is an exceptional defender and is capable of pressuring guards full court, denying the ball, taking charges, getting steals, and fighting through screens or defending forwards. Because of his low stance, balance, toughness, anticipation, and discipline he is extremely hard to play against. In addition to being a great defender, he is a tremendous rebounder for a guard. He uses his body incredibly well to avoid getting screened by bigger players. Offensively, he keeps it simple using single moves, physicality, and athleticism to get by defenders. His mid-range pull up shots, transition plays, and finishes around the basket with authority are his go-to offensive moves.

During the first part of 2019/2020 season until December 1st, Jamaar Taylor played for Kordall Steelers in Luxembourg. He averaged 27 points per game and 6 rebounds and their record was 5:4.

During his senior year at The University of Montevallo, Jamaar averaged 24 points, 5 rebounds, 1.2 steals per game, and shot 51% from the field, 45% from the 3-point line, and 83% from the charity line. Below are highlights and full games.

Senior Year Highlights:

Full Games:

36 points, 5 rebounds, & 3 assists vs. University of West Florida

31 points & 7 rebounds vs. University of Alabama at Huntsville

During his junior season at The University of Montevallo, Jamaar averaged 16 points, 5 rebounds, and shot 50% from the field, 38% from behind the 3-point line, and 79% from the free throw line. He was named the Peach Belt All-Conference Team. Below are high highlights:

Prior to The University of Montevallo, Jamaar played for outstanding junior college programs. At Indian Hills Community College, he averaged 12 points per game and during his freshman year at Chipola College, he averaged 14 points per game.

Achievements:

2016/2017 Peach Belt All Conference Team Selection