#23 - Jarred Guest
Position: Forward
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Columbia, S.C.
Previous School: Charis Prep
Height: 6-8
Weight: 210

JARRED GUEST - CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP-GS Min.
FG-FGA
Pct.
3FG-ATT
Pct.
FT-FTA
Pct.
Off-Def-Tot
Avg.
PF-FO
Ast.
TO
Blk.
Stl.
Pts.-Avg.
2011-12
20-0
4.1
6-17
.353
0-2
.000
6-6
1.000
3-8-11
0.6
13-0
1 5 3 3
18-0.9
Totals
20-0
4.1
6-17
.353
0-2
.000
6-6
1.000
3-8-11
0.6
13-0
1
5
3
3
18-0.9


QUICK HITS:

· Long, athletic forward who can stretch defenses with his ability to score from inside and outside
· Praised for his explosiveness around the rim and ability to clean the glass
· Looking to earn more minutes after putting on weight and training hard in the offseason

AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12):

The Basics:
· Guest saw action in 20 games last year for the Rams, averaging just over four minutes a contest.
· He chipped in 18 points and 11 rebounds during the season and also blocked three shots.  

Highlights:
· Showed flashes of his potential when he scored six or more points on two occasions (1/2/12 at Hofstra, 1/25/12 at Towson)
· Scored his first career points with his second-half bucket against George Washington in the BB&T Classic on Dec. 4
· Played crucial minutes in road victory at Hofstra, giving VCU six points and six rebounds off the bench. He went a perfect 6-for-6 from the charity stripe in that contest.

Getting to Know Jarred
Son of Carol Guest
Majoring in Information Systems
Born on August 13, 1992

PRIOR TO VCU:

· Spent senior season at Charis Prep under the guidance of Carlos Peralta. During that year, the Crimson Tide posted a 35-3 mark en route to the National Prep School Championship.
· During his one season at Charis Prep, Guest averaged 16.8 points, 12.6 rebounds and 3.1 blocks per game.
· Prior to his time at Charis Prep, he was a standout on the hardwood for Jason Powell at Richland Northeast High School in Columbia, S.C.
· At Richland Northeast, he earned multiple All-State and All-County accolades and averaged nearly 20 points and more than 10 rebounds per game.
· Three-star prospect who drew interest from schools such as Georgia, Maryland, Tennessee, Missouri and Oklahoma State, among others.



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