One of the most athletic players on the Wake Forest roster... played sparingly as a rookie last season, but the coaching staff feels he has the potential to blossom into an outstanding player... has exceptional leaping ability and is probably the best dunker on the team... will emerge as a regular contributor with more experience and adjusting to the speed and intensity of ACC competition... possesses the foot speed and quickness to become a very good defensive player... showed glimpses last season of developing into a solid perimeter shooting threat... underwent arthoscopic knee surgery following the end of his freshman season, but is expected to be 100 percent when fall drills begin.
Saw action in eight games, averaging 7.4 minutes of action in those contests... made 5-of-15 field goal attempts... made 3-of-7 three-point attempts (.429)... had six assists and just three turnovers... recorded six steals... made his career debut Nov. 22 against Elon with two points and a career-best five rebounds in 12 minutes of action... came off the bench at Yale Nov. 29 to score a career-high five points and sink his first career three-point field goal... sank another three-point field goal and dished out a career-best three assists in Dec. 2 whipping of Indiana... played 14 minutes and had two assists and two steals in Dec. 30 win over North Carolina A&T... played four minutes against No. 2 Duke at Cameron Indoor Stadium Jan. 17 and made his only three-point field goal attempt for three points.
Kinston High School, 2003 ... averaged 19 points, eight rebounds, five assists, three steals and two blocks per game as a senior ... played for coach Wells Gulledge at Kinston ... led Kinston to a 23-7 record and the state finals last season ... earned 2003 all-conference team honors ... was named the 2003 conference player of the year ... named 2003 Associated Press first team All-State ... a 2003 McDonald's All-America finalist ... played in the North Carolina East-West All-Star Game in Greensboro along with future Deacon teammates Chris Paul and Todd Hendley ... named the Sprint Fast Connect DSL Scholar Athlete of the Week Feb, 18, 2003 ... a two-year Nike All-American Camp participant ... ranked as the nation's 55th-best high school prospect by PrepStars ... averaged 17 points, eight points, four assists, four 3-point field goals and two steals per game as a junior ... played AAU ball for the North Carolina Red Storm.
Comes from the same high school that produced former Wake Forest standout Craig Dawson and former North Carolina All-American Jerry Stackhouse ... Dawson, in fact, is Ingram's cousin ... chose Wake Forest over Georgia Tech, NC State, Florida State, Virginia Tech and Maryland ... nicknames include "Jumpon" ... has four siblings -- Courtney (30), Pooh (30), Corey (29), and Nicole (16).