On Thursday afternoon, Florida State senior guard Nathanael Jack announced that he has entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal. Jack has one year of eligibility remaining per NCAA rules.
During his Seminole career, Jack played in 32 games across two seasons. He came to FSU as part of the 2019-2020 recruiting class. Jack played 74 total minutes in 2019-2020, averaging 3.3 points per game in 13 appearances.
His senior season at FSU, Jack received much more playing time on the court. He contributed in bigger situations rather than mop-up duty the year before. Jack was often a tenth or eleventh man in head coach Leonard Hamilton’s rotation during Florida State’s Sweet 16 season.
Jack averaged 3.6 points and played double-digit minutes seven times across 19 games in 2020-21. His career high came against N.C. State where he scored 18 points while knocking down 7 of 8 shots from the field. Jack played just 12 minutes that night. He went 17 of 46 from beyond the arc on the season last year.