Quickly: Outstanding athlete, who has excellent face-up skills and can also shoot the three ... Has great length and comes from a basketball family ... Will look to contribute more in her second year on campus.
As a Freshman (2010-11): Logged minutes in 10 contests with six in Mountain West Conference action ... Scored seven points on 3-for-4 shooting in the exhibition contest with UC San Diego ... Saw her first action at Pepperdine, playing two minutes off the bench ... Reserve vs. Washington State, logging two minutes but no stats ... Attempted her first career shot - a 3-pointer - vs. UTSA ... Converted her first bucket and had her first blocked shot in two minutes against No. 7/5 Texas A&M ... Made her MWC debut vs. BYU, contributing a free throw, a rebound and a blocked shot in eight minutes ... Played in a season-high nine minutes at Wyoming ... Two rebounds at TCU ... Had a blocked shot and a rebound at Utah ... Came off the bench against both UNLV and Air Force ... Did not play in the team's Mountain West Conference tournament game.
At Layton Christian Academy: All-time leading scorer at Layton Christian Academy in Layton, Utah ... Played for coach Shara Fernandes, serving as team captain three years ... Picked for Sports Illustrated's Faces in the Crowd in Feb. 2010, after setting a state record for points in a game with 51 in a win over Maeser Prep ... Played in the Utah senior all-star game ... First-team all-state and 2A state all-tournament team in 2010 ... As a junior, averaged 19.7 points per game, highlighted by a 37-point effort, and was the state's fourth-leading scorer ... Tabbed "Utah's best high school girls' basketball player" by the Salt Lake Tribune ... An all-state choice and a first-team all-area honoree in 2008-09, setting the Utah single-season record for blocked shots (169) ... Was a two-time invitee to the adidas Superstar Elite basketball camp ... Also participated in volleyball and track ... As a senior, led Layton Christian to the school's first-ever state volleyball title and was named tournament MVP with 17 kills, 10 digs and 10 blocks in the championship match.
AAU: Competed during the summer with the Salt Lake Metro club basketball team under coach Dave Hammer.
Personal Jasmine Marie Porter was born Aug. 28, 1992, in Dayton, Ohio ... Daughter of Montenna and Bobby Porter ... Father, Bobby, is the boys basketball coach at Layton Christian and has led his team to a state title ... Brother, B.J., plays basketball at Azusa Pacific ... Undecided on a major.