Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 187 lbs
Hometown: Cincinnati, OH
High School: Princeton
Year: RS Sophomore
Jordan Sibert is a transfer from Ohio State and sat out the 2012-2013 season due to NCAA transfer rules. Sibert will suit up for his first season in a Flyer uniform in 2013-14 and will have two seasons of eligibility at UD.
Sibert sat out the 2012-13 season due to NCAA transfer rules.
At Ohio State
Sibert played in 24 games on OSU’s Final Four team in 2011-12, averaging 11.4 minutes, 3.0 points and 1.4 rebounds. He played in a total of 49 games in two seasons for the Buckeyes. His career high in scoring was 12 points against Northwestern on Dec. 28, 2011.
As a senior at Princeton High School in 2010, he was named the Ohio’s Gatorade Player of the Year. He averaged 18.7 points a game and was also Associated Press Southwest Ohio Division I Player of Year and Associated Press First Team All-Ohio. Princeton was 19-5 and advanced to the regional semifinals in 2010, after finishing 25-2 with a two-point loss in the state championship game to a Jared Sullinger-led Columbus Northland team. Sibert scored 21 points in that game, and averaged 13.3 ppg. as a junior.
He was ranked as the 39th best recruit nationally and the seventh best shooting guard in 2010 by Rivals.com.
Coach Archie Miller was a member of Thad Matta’s staff at OSU when Sibert originally committed to the Buckeyes. Flyer assistant Kevin Kuwik was also on the Buckeyes’ staff during Sibert’s freshman year.
Full name: Jordan Sibert
Son of: Sheila and Scott Sibert
Birthday: August 1, 1992
Major: General Studies
Siblings: Logan (29), Scott Jr. (24) and Gennise (23)
High School Coach: Josh Andrews
AAU Team: All-Ohio Red
Career Goal: Play in the NBA and be a college coach
Why I Chose UD: My brother Logan went to school at UD, and I’ve known Coach Miller for a long time.
Gene Joseph (1950-52), Chris Harris (1952-55), Dick Bogenrife (1955-58), Stan Greenburg (1958-62), Ralph Steffano (1962-63), Stan Greenberg (1963-64), Jerry Gottschall (1977-70), Don Fritz (1970-71), Ted Sizemore (1971-72), Danny Jones (1974-75), Doug Harris (1975-79), Bill Crotty (1985-89), Alex Robertson (1989-94), Stephen Bamigbola (1998-2000), Luke Hendrick (2006-09), Dennis Williams (2011-12)