After 24 games, Jarrius Jackson’s 20 ppg is currently third in the Big 12 Conference and he was named to the Preseason All-Big 12 Team. With 477 points over the first twenty-four games, Jay (Monroe, LA) is Texas Tech’s fourth leading career scorer with 2,021 career points. With his 16 points at Baylor, he passed Cory Carr’s (Kingsland, AR) 1,904 career total established between the 1994-95 season and the 1997-98 season. Jay is the second Bob Knight player at Texas Tech to score over 2,000 career points. Senior Jarrius Jackson has started 121 times and has played in 123 games as a Red Raider. Texas Tech’s game at home against Nebraska on February 6 was his 97th consecutive start.