OREGON STATE 2004-2005: Kyle continues to make strides in terms of physical conditioning and will again be a major contributor for the program...a developing force in the middle on both ends of the floor...expected to be more of an offensive threat this season...has already shown his defensive ability...benefited as a true-freshman by playing against more experienced centers.
2003-2004:Kyle started 23 of 28 games a true-freshman...averaged 20.2 minutes per game, the sixth-highest figure on the team...third on the team for rebounding at 4.8 and the team leader for blocked shots with a total of 19...his blocked shots total is the third-highest ever by a Beaver freshman, and included a career-high four rejections vs. Kansas State...named to the Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 Freshman Team...scored a career-high 10 points at USC...had a career-high nine rebounds against Washington State and Portland...started the first eight games of the season...played a career-high 28 minutes vs. Kansas State and at Stanford.
MONTGOMERY Earned North Bay League MVP and first team All-Bay Area...NBL Defensive Player of the Year...all-state third team as a senior...NorCal Preps named him the California Division II Player of the Year...shared the Santa Rosa Press Democrat Player of the Year honors with Tsagarakis...led the team to a two-year varsity record of 54-7, including 29-4 and a trip to the NorCal finals last year...averaged 19.3 points and 14.5 rebounds as a senior, and 13.6 points and 10 rebounds as a junior...scored 1,027 points during his two-year varsity career.
PERSONAL Son of Cal Jeffers and Deana Mullikin...graduated from Montgomery with a 3.50 cumulative GPA...majoring in pre-engineering...chose OSU "because of the Pac-10 Conference and current players have enjoyed the experience."
GAMES OF NOTE
Nov. 25, 2003 vs. Portland -- In just his second collegiate start Jeffers scored seven points and corralled nine rebounds. He played 25 minutes.
Dec. 6, 2003 vs. Kansas State -- Jeffers rejected four shots in a triple overtime victory over the Wildcats. He also added six points and three rebounds.
Jan. 2, 2004 at UCLA -- In his first Pac-10 game, Jeffers made 4 of 8 field goal attempts at Pauley Pavilion. He also had seven rebounds, one steal and one assist.
CAREER-HIGHS Points:10 at USC (1/4/04) Rebounds: 9, twice (vs. Portland & WSU) Assists:3 vs. Arizona (2/21/04) Blocked Shots:4 vs. Kansas State (12/6/03) Steals:3, twice (@ Hawaii & @ Stanford) Field Goals:4, three times Field Goals Att.:10 at Colorado (12/1/03) 3-Pt FGS: 0 3-Pt FGS Att.:0 Free Throws:5 vs. Portland (11/25/03) FT Att.:8 vs. Oregon (1/10/04) Minutes: 28, twice (vs. KSU & @ Stanford)