2009-10 Season Showed signs of a re-emergence of the play that won him Freshman All-SEC honors two seasons before. Scored in double figures nine times in 30 games. Was Georgia's most effective low-post offensive player for much of the season. Led the team in FG percentage at 56.6 percent, which would have ranked 3rd in the SEC if he reached minimum qualifying standards. Georgia's best player in home loss to Kentucky. Scored 19 points in just 20 minutes against the Wildcats. Had one of the team's best improvements in shooting from the '09 season: from 44 percent to 57 from the field, from 52 percent to 69 from the line. Outstanding in Georgia's win over South Carolina. Five of his 16 points came in the game's final two minutes, as the Bulldogs came from behind for the victory.
A 10-game starter for the Bulldogs as a sophomore. Scored in double figures in three of Georgia's mid-December games. Highlight of the SEC season was a 10-point, 21-minute effort at home vs. Miss. State. Hit for double figures in five games total, highlighted by a 15-point effort against N.C. A&T. Chipped in six points and seven boards to help Georgia to its best non-conference win, 66-66 over Virginia Tech. Wore protective goggles in some early games because he suffered a scratched cornea in the Presbyterian game on Nov. 21. 2007-08 Season Named to coaches' SEC All-Freshman team. Big, athletic and highly-skilled frontcourt reserve. Emerged from Georgia's trip to Hawai'i as his team's best inside scoring threat, with a season-high 22 points against Tulane. Named SEC Freshman of the Week for scoring 25 points in two conference victories in mid-January. Impressive in two other early conference games (both wins), when he scored 14 and 11 points, respectively, against Alabama and Arkansas. One of those games was a 19-point, 12-rebound effort in a win over South Carolina. Was 7x10 from the field with a season-high three assists in the game. Rock-solid in Georgia's last two games -- the SEC Tournament final vs. Arkanas and the Xavier game in the NCAAs -- in relief of Albert Jackson.
High School (Columbia) Regarded among the best power forward prospects in the national Class of 2007. Rivals.com service rated him 22nd of all prep players at that position. Scout.com, another web-based recruiting service, rated him 14th-best among power forwards. Averaged 14.4 points and 10.5 rebounds last season at Columbia, one of the state's top programs regardless of classification. During Price's four years, the Eagles won four sub-region titles, two region crowns and the 2006 state championship in 4A.
Full Name Jeremy D. Price
Nickname "J Peezy" Birthdate/Birthplace March 23, 1988 in Atlanta, Ga.
Academic Major Child & Family Development
Favorite Food Chicken Alfredo
Least Favorite Food Seafood Favorite Beverage Mango Lemonade
Favorite TV Show Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Channels I Most Often Watch BET, ESPN, TNT
Favorite Video Game Midnight Club L.A.
Website I Most Often Visit LiveMixTapes.com
Number of Songs in my iPod 1,481
Most Listened-To Music Young Dro
Non-Athletic Talent I Possess Cooking
How My Teammates Might Describe Me Funny, exciting, loud
Teammates Who Make Me Laugh Hardest Trey Thompkins, Ebuka Anyaorah
My Biggest Fear Failing
Non-Athletic Accomplishment I'm Proudest Of Earning my high school diploma
Favorite Academic Subject History
Most Famous Person I've Ever Met Kobe Bryant
Favorite NBA Team Phoenix Suns Favorite Non-Basketball Team Dallas Cowboys
Not Many People Know that... I have a female middle name