Friday, June 10, 2011

Jordan Estrada to Sacramento State

We featured this earlier but in nowhere near the depth provided here by Sacramento State athletics:
"...[Jordan] Estrada, a 6-foot-1, 185-pound combo guard from Concord, Calif., played two years at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, Calif. Last season, he was a first team all-Big 8 Conference selection after helping lead the Vikings to a 26-5 overall record, a league championship and a Northern California Regional semifinal appearance. He played in all 31 games while averaging 13.2 points, 3.0 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 1.6 steals per game while shooting 39.5 percent (132-334) from the field and 40.6 percent (101-249) from the three-point line. He averaged 3.3 three-pointers made per game, including at least one in every contest during the season. Over the last six games of the season, he shot 65.9 percent (27-41) from the three-point line, including 73.7 percent (14-19) during the Vikings’ three regional games. Estrada’s scoring average was the second best mark on the team and he scored in double figures 23 times.

As a freshman in  2009-10, he helped DVC to a 17-12 overall record after averaging 8.4 points, 2.9 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 0.9 steals per game. He shot 35.9 percent (37-103) from the three-point line and scored in double figures in six of the 19 games he appeared. That included a career-high 31-point effort against Ohlone College where he buried eight three-pointers and hit the game-winning shot.

Estrada prepped at Concord’s De La Salle High School where he was a three-year member of the varsity squad. The Spartans won the league championship all three years of his varsity tenure, including a state ranking as high as 12th during his junior season. He helped De La Salle to a three-year combined record of 82-9 overall and 43-1 in league games.

“Jordan is an excellent three-pointer shooter with very good range,” Katz said. “He comes from a winning tradition at both De La Salle High School and Diablo Valley College. He was a team captain at both schools, and has a great pedigree in terms of leadership."

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