As A Blue Hen
Third-year member of the Blue Hens who has earned two letters • All-CAA candidate • Preseason second team All-CAA selection • expected to start in the Delaware backcourt • excellent slasher to the basket who can also hit the three-pointer • enters junior season ranked 11th in UD history with an 80.3 career free throw percentage.
2012-13 Season: Third team All-CAA selection • appeared in 30 games while making 27 starts (missed three games with an abdominal injury suffered vs. Pitt) • ranked second on the team with 13.0 points and 5.7 rebounds per game • led the Blue Hens with 97 assists and 54 steals • ranked third in the CAA with 1.8 steals per game, sixth with a 1.3 assist/turnover ratio, seventh with 3.2 assists per game, eighth with a 79.1 free throw percentage, 10th with 4.6 defensive rebounds per game, 14th with 13.0 points per game, and 17th with 5.7 rebounds per game • only player in the CAA to rank among the top 20 in scoring, rebounding, assists and steals • scored in double figures during 22 games and reached the 20-point mark five times • had two separate nine-game double figure scoring streaks (Dec. 16 through Jan. 23 and Feb. 9 through Mar. 9) • led the Blue Hens with 17 points while adding six rebounds during the season opener at La Salle (11/10) • scored 14 points while adding five rebounds in the triumph over Virginia (11/13) • scored 15 points and handed out five assists at Villanova (12/16) • named National 5 & 10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week on Dec. 17 • scored 18 points and grabbed seven rebounds during the home win over Penn (12/21) • scored 19 points in the victory at Old Dominion, tying the school record for free throws made by going 19 of 20 from the line (1/5) • poured in 19 points while making a career-best six steals against Hofstra (1/9) • scored 18 points and grabbed six rebounds at Georgia State (1/12) • scored 21 points and handed out a career-high seven assists versus Northeastern (1/19) • scored 15 points and made four steals against UNCW (2/2) • scored 20 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, and dished out six assists while posting his first career double-double at George Mason (2/9) • recorded his second straight double-double with 10 points and a career-best 13 rebounds versus Old Dominion (2/11) • led the Blue Hens with 20 points at Northeastern, and hit a game-winning three-pointer with 10 seconds left in overtime (2/13) • scored 13 points and grabbed nine rebounds during the double overtime win over Drexel (2/21) • recorded a season-high 23 points while adding 12 rebounds and five assists during the victory at UNCW (2/23) • posted 12 points during the win at Hofstra, and scored five straight points after the game was tied at 48-48 with three minutes left (2/27) • scored 20 points versus George Mason including a 13 of 14 performance from the foul line, and scored nine of UD’s final 10 points (3/2) • hit a go-ahead three-pointer with 39 seconds left to put the Blue Hens in front for good • scored 15 points during the victory over Hofstra in the CAA Tournament Quarterfinals (3/9).
2011-12 Season: Colonial Athletic Association All-Rookie Team selection • named to CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Freshman All-American Team • appeared in all but one game (missed the Boston University game with a bruised knee), and started the first two contests • ranked third on the Blue Hens with 10.7 points per game • led the squad with 41 steals, ranked second with 70 assists, and was fourth with 3.9 rebounds per game • averaged 16.3 points over the final 15 games • reached double figures 14 times, including each of the final eight games of the year • recorded the three highest scoring games by a UD freshman in school history • ranked third in the CAA with an 81.8 free throw percentage • set Blue Hen freshman single season records with 130 free throws made and 159 attempted • grabbed a season-high nine rebounds during the win over Drexel (12/3) • led the Blue Hens with 17 points and grabbed six rebounds at Howard (12/22) • scored 30 points during the double overtime win over Georgia State (1/21) • went 10 of 15 from the field including 6 of 9 from three-point range, and hit all five of his shots from behind the arc in the first half • connected on six consecutive three-pointers, the second most in Delaware history • scored 16 points at Drexel (1/28) • scored a team-high 19 points to go with eight rebounds, six assists and three steals during the overtime win at Georgia State (2/11) • went 13 of 15 from the free throw line and scored the Blue Hens’ final six points of overtime, all from the foul line • scored a game-high 20 points and went 13 of 14 from the line during the win at Hofstra (2/14) • scored 14 points against Hampton (2/18) • scored 29 points and set UD freshman records by going 16 of 19 from the free throw line during the win at Towson (2/22) • recorded 17 points against Northeastern (2/25) • scored a UD freshman record 31 points during the CBI Tournament game at Butler (3/14), going 10 of 14 from the field while adding four steals • named CAA Rookie of the Week on Jan. 23 and Feb. 27, and CAA Co-Rookie of the Week on Feb. 13 and Feb. 20 • selected National 5&10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week on Jan. 23.
Four-year member of the basketball team at Highland Springs High School • named to Parade All-American third team as a senior • averaged 25.7 points, 7.2 rebounds, 4.8 steals, 4.5 assists and 1.9 blocks while leading the Springers to the district regular season and tournament titles • also helped Highland Springs to the Central Region finals and the state semifinals • first team All-State selection • first team All-Region, All-Metro and All-District pick • named the Player of the Year in the Region, Metro, and District • selected Richmond Dispatch Player of the Year • McDonald’s All-America nominee • selected to East squad in Virginia High School Coaches Association All-Star Game • also was an All-District and All-Region honoree as a junior • averaged 19.6 points, 2.6 assists and 3.0 steals during junior year • scored over 1,000 points during his career.
Jarvis Lorenzo Threatt • son of Jay Threatt, Sr. and Cheryl Threatt • older brother, Jay, played basketball at Delaware State • father played basketball at Virginia State University • distant cousin of Sedale Threatt who played in the NBA from 1983-97 with the 76ers, Bulls, SuperSonics, Lakers and Rockets • enjoys drawing, playing Xbox and buying shoes in his free time • sociology major at Delaware.