Jaylen Franklin 

Player Info


Name: Jaylen Franklin

Height: 6’2” (188 cm)

Weight: 210 lbs. (95.25 kg)

Position: Point Guard

Birthdate: December 22nd, 1995

Hometown: Little Rock, AR.

College(s): Abilene Christian University

Previous Professional Experience: N/A

Current Team: BC Tskhum-Abkhazeti (Georgia-Superleague)

Nationality: American


College Career Stats:

2015-2016 Abilene Christian University: 29 games, 16.3 PPG, 3.9 RPG, 2.7 APG, 1.8 SPG, 53.6% FG, 28.6% 3FG, 60.1% FT

2016-2017 Abilene Christian University: 25 games, 11.0 PPG, 3.8 RPG, 4.4 APG, 1.9 SPG, 49.8% FG, 17.2% 3FG

2017-2018 Abilene Christian University: 31 games, 10.8 PPG, 3.9 RPG, 4.5 APG, 1.8 SPG, 60.0% FG, 19.0% 3FG, 53.9% FT

2018-2019 Abilene Christian University: 34 games, 10.2 PGP, 3.7 RPG, 4.8 APG, 1.8 SPG, 54.2% FG, 45.0% 3FG, 59.5% FT


College Accolades:

Southland Conference 2nd Team- 2015-2016

Southland Conference Freshman of the Year- 2015-2016

Southland Conference All-Defensive Team- 2017-2018

Southland Conference 3rd Team- 2018-2019

Southland Conference All-Tournament Team- 2018-2019

Professional Career Stats:

2019-2020 BC Tskhum-Abkhazeti (Georgia-Superleague):

Scouting Report:
Jaylen Franklin made a name for himself during his time in college at Abilene Christian for his great Point Guard skills and defensive ability. A four year starter at the NCAA Division 1 level, Franklin was one of the best players in the Southland Conference since he stepped on campus at Abilene Christian. As a Freshman he was Southland Conference Freshman of the Year. Earned other honors such as All-
Conference, All-Defensive team, Conference All-Tournament team. Most importantly his Senior year he led Abilene to their first ever run to the NCAA Tournament with a Southland Conference Championship. Franklin is unbelievably athletic and strong. A physical specimen, Franklin can cause havoc on the
defensive end where he almost averaged 2 steals per game during his career at ACU. He is a big time leaper and dunks in traffic often. Gets to the rim at will and when he is going full steam ahead there’s little that can stop him. His jump shot and free throw shooting will need to improve at the next level but his Senior year showed that he has improved on it and will only continue to get better shooting the
basketball. Jaylen has a very high ceiling and we see him projecting to play at a very high professional level for a long time.