Jon Elmore
Jon  Elmore


Charleston, W.Va.

Last College:

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 189



Jon Elmore Granted Extra Year of Eligibility

Elmore received his release from his original letter of intent


MCGILL: Elmore Returns To Herd With NBA Feedback

Jon Elmore will forego the NBA draft and will return to Marshall


C-USA Announces 2016-17 Commissioner's Honor Roll

Marshall places second-most student-athletes on list among league schools


Jon Elmore Declares for the 2017 NBA Draft

The junior led the league in points and assists during the 2016-17 season


Jon Elmore Named to NABC All-District First Team

It is the first time Jon Elmore has been named to the NABC All-District team


Marshall 72, MTSU 83 (C-USA Tournament Championship)

Photos from Marshall vs. Middle Tennessee State University in the Conference USA Tournament Championship on 3/11/17.


Marshall vs. North Texas

Men's Basketball against North Texas on March 4, 2017 at the Cam Henderson Center. Senior night. Photos by Rick Haye.


Marshall vs. Rice

Marshall basketball against Rice on March 2, 2017 at the Cam Henderson Center. Photos by Rick Haye.


Marshall vs. UTEP

Photos of Marshall men's basketball against UTEP on Jan. 28, 2017 at the Cam Henderson Center. Photos by Rick Haye.


Marshall vs. UTSA

Marshall men's basketball photos against UTSA on Jan. 26, 2017 at the Cam Henderson Center. Photos by Rick Haye.

2015-16 (SOPHOMORE): 2015-16 Conference USA All-Academic Team … named Tamar Slay Newcomer of the Year by Herd coaches ... became active as D-I transfer from VMI on Dec. 14; joined starting lineup immediately at point guard … Herd went 15-10 with him in the starting lineup after beginning the season 2-6 without him … led Marshall with 5.8 assists, 34.6 minutes per game … No. 2 on the team with 15.2 points and 2.4 threes made per game … team-high free throw percentage of Herd players with 90 makes or more (.803, 98-of-122) … career-high 35 points against Southern Miss (March 5) with the best perfect game of free throws in school history (15-of-15) … double-figure scoring in 19 games with seven 20-point games … 15 games of five or more assists, with three games of 10 or more … two double-doubles (24 points, 10 assists at WKU – Feb. 13; 18 points, 10 assists versus Louisiana Tech – March 3) … career-high seven 3-pointers made at UTSA (Feb. 6) … career-high seven rebounds at Rice (Jan. 16) … No. 2 in Conference USA with 5.8 assists per game (through games of  March 12) … named to C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

2014-15 (FRESHMAN): Transferred to Marshall from VMI in January 2015.

HIGH SCHOOL: One half of the only father-son duo to win Evans Award as the West Virginia’s top prep basketball player - Elmore’s father, Gay Elmore, won the award while playing at South Charleston High School in 1982 ... averaged 31.4 ppg as a senior at George Washington in 2013-14 ... was Class AAA All-State captain in 2014 ... Kanawha Valley Player of the Year in 2014 ... established new GW single-season scoring record of 815 points in 2013-14 ... scored 40 points in a Class AAA State Tournament quarterfinal loss to eventual state champion Huntington in 2014 ... scored 45, with 40 coming in the second half, in a sectional tournament win over Capital in the same season ... signed with VMI prior to his senior year of high school, when he transferred back to West Virginia to play at George Washington High School ... averaged 13 points and six assists per game as a junior (2012-13) at Christ School in Arden, N.C., after leaving South Charleston High school following his sophomore year ... was honorable mention All-State selection as a sophomore (2011-12) at South Charleston ... withdrew early his senior season (2013-14) to go back to Charleston and play ... ranked as the No. 8 player in North Carolina by Phenom Hoops Report.

PERSONAL: Born Dec. 20, 1995 ... son of Gay Elmore (VMI ’86) who was a two-time Southern Conference Player of the Year for the Keydets in 1986 and 1987 and finished his career as the school’s then all-time leading scorer with 2,422 points – a mark that stood for 22 years ... majoring in public communications with a management minor.