Lorenzo Jenkins



Current Team:


6'7" 215.6 lbs.

Date of birth:

March 7, 1997

Birth place:

Naples, Florida USA

Grand Canyon

2019-20 | Redshirt senior
  • Appeared in all 30 games as a graduate transfer.
  • Set career-high averages in minutes (24.5), rebounds (3.4) and points (7.7).
  • Logged double-figure scoring games in five of first six appearances.
  • Set career high with 20 points in a win over Montana State on Nov. 19.
  • Scored game-tying bucket after corralling a loose ball to send game to overtime against Mount St. Mary’s on Dec. 3, a game the Lopes went on to win in the extra period.
  • Tied career high with 20-point effort at California Baptist on Feb. 8, scoring 17 first-half points.

Colorado State

2018-19 | Redshirt junior
  • Started the first eight games of the season before opting to leave the team in January and pursue a grad transfer.
  • Averaged 7.1 points and 2.5 rebounds in 11 games of action, including a 17-point/10-rebound double-double against Louisiana on Nov. 19.
2017-18 | Redshirt sophomore
  • Played in 31 games with one start, averaging 3.6 points, 2.1 rebounds and 14.0 minutes.
  • Shot 40.7% from 3-point range, connecting on 22 of his 54 attempts.
2016-17 | Redshirt
  • Redshirted season due to NCAA transfer rules.


2015-16 | Freshman
  • Saw action in one game for seven minutes, knocking down his lone 3-point attempt and grabbing two rebounds.

High School

First Baptist Academy – Naples, Fla.
  • Helped lead team to three straight district championships.
  • Was named the Florida 3A District 18 Player of the Year as a senior in 2014-15, helping advance the team to the regional final by scoring 23 points in a double overtime game.
  • As a senior, averaged 14.3 points and 6.6 rebounds.
  • Ended prep career with 1,720 points and 612 rebounds.


  • Parents are Lorenzo and Barbara Jenkins.
  • Goes by childhood nickname “Doob.”
  • Father, Lorenzo, played basketball at Eastern New Mexico.
  • Chose GCU for the “great environment, great coaches and people.”
  • If he wasn’t playing basketball, it’d be football.
  • Favorite players to watch growing up included Scottie Pippen, Carmelo Anthony and Klay Thompson.