PTS: 18 vs. NC State (1-13-21)
REBS: 5 vs. Chattanooga (11-20-19)
ASTS: 2 vs. Saint Francis (11-23-19), Chicago State (11-25-19), at Louisville (1-18-21)
STLS: 2 vs. Clemson (1-23-21)
2020 ACC Academic Honor Roll
2020 ACC Regular Season Championship Team
2020 ACC Championship Team
2021 Florida State University Graduate (Social Sciences — Social Entreprenuership and Innovation)
Earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Social Science (Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation) from Florida State University on April 23, 2021…entered the NCAA Transfer Portal on April 1, 2021…announced on April 29 that he would attend Cleveland State University…a member of two of Florida State’s most successful teams in 2019-20 and 2020-21…the Seminoles were 44-12 overall (.786 winning percentage) and 27-8 in ACC regular season play (.771 winning percentage) during his two year career in Tallahassee…played in 32 games including a career-high 19 in his second season as a Seminole…played in 32 games in the garnet and gold…played in the NCAA Tournament for the first time in his career as he appeared in two of the Seminoles’ three games in the 2021 NCAA Tournament…he earned playing time in Florida State’s victory over Colorado (March 22, 2021) and against Michigan in the Sweet 16 (March 28)…also a member of the Seminoles’ 2020 ACC Championship team as Florida State won the ACC regular season championship for the first time in school history…the Seminoles were unable to play in the 2021 ACC Tournament or the 2021 NCAA Tournament as both tournaments were cancelled because of the coronavirus…scored his career-high of 18 points on four of five made 3-point field goals in Florida State’s 105-73 victory over NC State in Tallahassee (Jan. 13, 2021)…his 18 points in the Seminoles’ win over the Wolfpack came in only 12 minutes…he made his career-high of seven of eight field goals (including his career-high of four of five 3-point field goals) in leading the Seminoles to the conference victory…helped Florida State to a record setting season in his first season as a Seminole in 2019-20…Florida State finished with a 26-5 overall record and a 16-4 record in ACC play in winning the ACC Regular Season Championship for the first time in school history…the Seminoles’ 16 ACC wins set the school record for wins in an ACC regular season and for wins in conference play play…helped the Seminoles to the championship of the Emerald Coast Classic with 14 points in Florida State’s victory over Chicago State in the second round of the tournament…was one of the top junior college transfers in the nation for the 2019-20 season…has one season of eligibility remaining as the Seminoles’ 2020-21 season gets underway…one of the top shooting guards in the junior college ranks to transition into Division I for the 2019-20 season…ranked 44th nationally among junior college recruits for the 2019-20 season by JucoRecruiting.com…the fourth highest ranked shooting guard in the nation by JucoRecruiting.com…made 13 3-point shots and totaled 44 points at the JA32 All-American Game at the conclusion of his sophomore season…in scoring 44 points and leading his team to a 108-99 victory in the camp All-Star game, Jack made a staggering 13 3-point shots…averaged a camp-leading 28.0 points per game in the JA32 All-American camp…earned academic honors during both of his seasons at Eastern Florida…named to the 2020 ACC Academic Honor Roll…earned one award at Florida State’s 2020 season-ending Honors Banquet as an Outstanding Academic All-Star.
Averaged a career-high 3.6 points (10th on the team), and 0.7 rebounds (tied for 11th) while playing in a career-high 19 games, helping the Seminoles to an 18-7 overall record and an 11-4 mark in ACC play…Florida State finished in second place in the ACC standings with an 11-4 record, advanced to the ACC Tournament Championship game and to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament…helped the Seminoles to four wins over nationally ranked teams…the Seminoles defeated No. 25 Florida (83-71, Dec. 12), No. 20 Clemson (Jan. 23, 80-61), No. 7 Virginia (81-60, Feb. 15) and No. 22 Colorado (71-53, March 22) in earning 18 wins during the season…established career-highs for games played (19), field goals made (23), field goals attempted (56), field goal shooting percentage (.411), 3-point field goals made (17), 3-point field goals attempted (46), 3-point field goal shooting percentage (.370), free throws made (five), free throws attempted (eight), offensive rebounds (five), total rebounds (14), blocked shots (one), steals (three), total points (68), average points per game (3.6), minutes played (144) and average minutes played per game (7.6) while tying his career-highs for defensive rebounds (nine) and assists (five)…averaged a career-high 7.6 minutes played per game as he appeared in a career-high 19 games including a career-high 13 ACC games…averaged more minutes played (7.9-7.6), more points scored (4.2-3.6) and more rebounds (0.8-0.7) in 13 ACC regular season games as compared to his statistics in six non-conference appearances…played the best game of his career as he totaled his career-high of 18 points and one rebound in Florida State’s 105-73 victory over NC State at the Donald L. Tucker Center in Tallahassee (Jan. 13)…established single game career-highs for field goals made (seven) while tying his career-highs for field goals attempted (eight), and 3-point shots made (four) as the Seminoles improved to 2-1 in ACC play…double figure minutes came in five different ACC games with his single-game career-high for minutes played coming in the Seminoles’ 80-61 win over Clemson at home in the Donald L. Tucker Center (Jan. 23)…earned playing time in the ACC Tournament for the first time in his career in the Seminoles semifinal victory over North Carolina (March 12)…earned playing time in the NCAA Tournament for the first time in his career with nine minutes of playing time in the Seminoles 71-53 win over Colorado (March 22)…the win sent the Seminoles to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament for the third consecutive season (March 22)…also earned playing time against Michigan in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament…scored six points and added one assist in Florida State’s 86-58 win over North Florida in the Seminoles’ season-opener in Tallahassee (Dec. 2)…totaled five points and one rebound in Florida State’s 72-59 win over Gardner-Webb at the Donald L. Tucker Center in Tallahassee (Dec. 21)…scored his career-high of 18 points on four of five made 3-point field goals in Florida State’s victory over NC State in Tallahassee (Jan. 13)…totaled five points, two steals and one assist in Florida State’s 80-61 win over Clemson in Tallahassee (Jan. 23)…scored nine points on three made 3-point shots in Florida State’s 88-71 win over Miami in Coral Gables (Feb. 24)… …earned four minutes of playing time in Florida State’s game against Michigan in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Ind. and totaled two rebounds (March 28).
Averaged 3.3 points and 0.8 rebounds while playing in 13 games in helping the Seminoles to a 26-5 overall record and a 16-4 mark in ACC play…the Seminoles set the school record for ACC wins in a single season in winning the ACC Regular Season Championship for the first time in school history…Florida State’s 16 ACC victories set a school record for ACC regular season wins and for wins in a conference season in the history of the program…averaged nearly six minutes of playing time in his 13 appearances with his season-high of 14 minutes of playing time coming in the Seminoles’ 113-56 win over Chicago State…scored his season-high of 14 points on a career-high tying four made 3-point field goals in Florida State’s victory over Chicago State in the second round of the Emerald Coast Classic in Tallahassee (Nov. 25)…also earned 14 minutes of playing time with six points (on two made 3-point field goals) and his career-high of five rebounds in Florida State’s victory over Chattanooga in the first round of the Emerald Coast Classic in Tallahassee (Nov. 20)…also totaled one assist and one steal in the Seminoles’ victory over the Mocs…helped Florida State win the championship of the Emerald Coast Classic with wins over Chattanooga, Chicago State, No. 17 Tennessee and Purdue in the championship game of the tournament which was held in Destin, Fla…made 11 3-point shots as a junior including four against Chicago State and two in Florida State’s victory of Chattanooga…made at least one 3-point shot in seven of the 13 games he played in…totaled one rebound in three minutes of playing time in his Seminole debut at Pitt (Nov. 6)… scored three points and was credited with two assists in Florida State’s 80-65 win over Saint Francis in Tallahassee (Nov. 23)…totaled five points in seven minutes of playing time in the Seminoles’ victory over North Florida in Tallahassee (Dec. 17)…scored three points in Florida State’s victory over North Alabama in Tallahassee (Dec. 28)…scored five points and pulled down two rebounds in four minutes of playing time in the Seminoles’ win at home over Pitt (Feb. 18)…totaled five points and one rebound in Florida State’s 80-62 win over Boston College…the Seminoles’ win over the Eagles gave them the first ACC regular season title in school history with a 16-4 record (March 7).
Graduated from Eastern Florida State College in 2019 with an Associate’s Degree in General Education…helped lead Eastern Florida State College to the Junior College National Championship Tournament in Hutchinson, Kan., in both of his seasons…the Titans finished as the national runners-up in 2018 and advanced to the quarterfinals in 2019…led Eastern Florida to two consecutive Mid-Florida Conference Championships in both of his years at the school which is located in Cocoa, Fla…averaged 8.9 points and 3.3 rebounds while shooting .358 percent from the field and .339 from the 3-point line as a sophomore…led Eastern Florida to an 87-73 victory over No. 1 ranked Northwest Florida in December of his sophomore season…totaled his career-high of 26 points in an 81-56 win over Florida State College at Jacksonville…was a perfect six of six from the 3-point line in the victory over FSCJ…also scored 26 points in Eastern’s victory over Miami Dade College…was seven of 14 from the 3-point line against Miami Dade…totaled 23 points on six of 12 made 3-point shots in Eastern’s 90-56 victory over Lawson State Community College…scored in double figures 14 times as a sophomore…made at least one 3-point shot in 29 of 36 games as a sophomore…averaged 10.7 points, 2.5 rebounds and made five or more 3-point shots in six different games as a freshman…shot .405 percent from the 3-point line during his freshman season…totaled a season-high 24 points – on eight made 3-point shots – in Eastern’s victory over Chipola…totaled 22 points on six made 3-point shots in a victory over Snow College…made a total of 13 3-point shots in back-to-back games against Santa Fe Community College and Chipola…each of the six graduating sophomores at EFSC in 2019 (including Jack) will play Division I Basketball during the 2019-20 season.
Graduated from Calusa Prep in Miami in 2017…earned All-State Third-Team honors on the Florida Association of Basketball Coaches Independent team as a senior…scored his career-high of 40 points against Downey Christian as a senior…played two seasons at the Miami (Fla.) based school.
Attended Freedom Christian Academy in Fayetteville, N.C. for one year (2014-15).
Born October 25, 1997…Nate is the son of Clifton and Venise Jack…has a 2-year old sister, Janae…was born in Canada and still considers Canada to be his home…his parents both work in Toronto…chose Florida State over Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas Tech, Arizona State, and Miami…Graduated from Florida State on April 23, 2021 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Science – with a Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation specialization.