Cohee Jadon

Cohee Jadon

Player Profile

BirthDate 06/29/1996
Height 6.4''
Country Canadian
Available YES
Passport Import Players
Role Point Guard

Profile

Jadon is a 6'4, 195 lbs Combo guard with a beautiful balance of scoring and passing. Jadon finished 6th in the country in total points scored and finished 9th in PPG (19.7). Jadon also finished 4th in the country in total assists and 9th in the country in APG (4.9). Jadon with his high volume scoring and high assist totals managed to do both at an extremely efficient rate on 50% 2fg and 39.4% from three while finishing 7th in the entire country in assist/turnover ratio. These stats alone speak for the type of player Jadon is.  Jadon also finished with a solid 4 rpg in Conference play and just under 2 steals per game on the other side of the ball. Jadon's length and height allow him to guard all 3 guard positions. Jadon's knockdown ability and basketball IQ allow him to use ball screens, make close out decisions, end of shot clock plays, and off ball screen decisions at a high rate. If guarded by a small PG; Jadon can also post up and use his turn-around jumper or body to get an easy hoop. If guarded by a bigger guard Jadon has the ball handling and foot speed to create attacks for himself and passing for others. At the end of the day Jadon is a winner; He led his team in his senior season to a Canada West Title, and the programs first medal since 2011.

Background: Jadon played his high school ball in BC where he won Mr. Basketball in 2012, won many championships and was also selected to the U-19 Canadian national team where he started at PG. Jadon went on to earn a full scholarship to the University of Seattle. At Seattle he had a solid two seasons including a career high 18 against Idaho in the CBI tournament. As a sophomore he averaged nearly 8 ppg before ultimately transferring programs to the University of Southern Utah. After sitting out a season due to transfer rules, Jadon really left his mark in his only season with SU averaging 12.6 ppg, leading the team in assists, and had a new career high 25 against Long Beach State. Jadon decided to transfer one last time to head back home to Canada where he could finish his career close to friends and family at the University of British Columbia. During his time at UBC, Jadon proved to be one of the best players in the country for his final two seasons. Jadon was a two time second team All Canadian and was runner up in his senior season for Conference Player of the year. Jadon also lifted his team to a third place finish in the country this season 2019-2020. 

Langley, B.C.
2013-2014: Langley, BC / Walnut Grove HS
2014-2015: Seattle University (NCAA): 34 games: 5.6ppg1.6rpg1.5apg, FGP: 39.9%, 3PT: 31.4%, FT: 71.4%
2015-2016: Seattle University (NCAA): 31 games: 7.8ppg2.0rpg1.0apg, FGP: 39.2%, 3PT: 37.2%, FT: 84.4%
2016-2017: Southern Utah University (NCAA): sat out due to NCAA transfer rules
2017-2018: Southern Utah University (NCAA, starting five): 32 games: 12.6ppg2.5rpg3.1apg, FGP: 41.2%, 3PT: 37.4%, FT: 79.5%
2018-2019: University of British Columbia (CIS, starting five): 28 games: 18.3ppg4.3rpg3.8apg1.1spg, FGP: 52.9%, 3PT: 30.8%, FT: 78.8%
2019-2020: University of British Columbia (U Sports, starting five): 25 games: 18.8ppg3.6rpg5.4apg, FGP: 50.2%, 3PT: 40.5%, FT: 83.3%

Awards/Achievements

Canadian U19 National Team -14-15
Canadian U18 National Team -14
WAC Tournament Finalist -15
CBI Championship Semifinals -15
World Championships U19 in Heraklion (Greece) -15: 7 games: 6.0ppg3.3rpg2.9apg1.0spg, FGP: 45.8%, 3PT: 36.4%, FT: 80.0%
WAC Tournament Semifinals -16
CBI Championship Quarterfinals -16
Big Sky Conf. Tournament Semifinals -18
Canada West Regular Season Runner-Up -19
Canada West Tournament Finalist -19
All-Canada West 1st Team -19, 20
U Sports All-Canadian 2nd Team -19, 20
U Sports Tournament Quarterfinals -19
Canada West Tournament Winner -20
U Sports Tournament Semifinals -20