|Hometown:||Lake Oswego, Ore|
|High School:||Lake Oswego|
ACADEMIC NOTES: Plans on majoring in electrical engineering at NAU and three years of eligibility remaining…Named to Portland State Dean’s List.
PRIOR TO NAU: Transfer from Clackamas Community College…Played for Clif Wegner…Averaged 20.8 points per game and 8.0 rebounds, while shooting 68 percent from the field…Named the Southern Region NWACC Most Valuable Player and led his team to a NWACC Southern region championship and 20-8 record…Scored a season-high 46 points and grabbed 19 rebounds against Yakima Valley, posting five double-doubles on the season and scoring 20 or more points 15 times…Originally signed with Portland State out of high school.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2009 graduate of Lake Oswego High School…Played for Mark Shoff…Played in three consecutive Three Rivers League championships, teaming with NBA standout Kevin Love during his freshman season on team that finished second at state, losing to a South Medford team that was led by Duke star Kyle Singler…Lettered three times and was named first team All-Three Rivers League two times…Named to all-state second-team and state all-tournament second team as a senior…Also a member of the Oregon Lords AAU team.
PERSONAL: Born Max Theodore Jacobsen on Dec. 1, 1990 in Portland, Ore…Son of Ted and Susan Jacobsen…Father played football at Washington State (1979-83)…Enjoys fishing and playing video games…Also considered Eastern Washington, Cal Poly Pomona, Sacramento State and Montana State.