Jimmie Taylor
Jimmie  Taylor


Greensboro, Ala.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-10 / 248




59 Alabama Student-Athletes Earn Place on SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll

The Tide's total includes 22 men's swimmers and divers, 18 women's swimmers and divers, 12 gymnasts, four women's basketball players and three men's basketball players


Alabama Men’s Basketball Honors 2015-16 Team with Annual Postseason Banquet

Crimson Tide joined by Tuscaloosa Tip-Off Club and Tide-Pride for end-of-season awards


Defensive Effort Leads Men's Basketball to a 61-55 Win at Florida

Crimson Tide wins for the first time in Gainesville since Feb. 25, 1995


Men's Basketball Outlasts Mississippi State, 82-80, in Overtime

Four Crimson Tide players score in double figures to lead balanced attack in road victory


Men's Basketball Outlasts Jacksonville State in Overtime, 67-59

Crimson Tide uses 10-0 run in extra frame for the victory over the Gamecocks


Behind the Scenes Shoot with Men's Basketball

Behind the Scenes Shoot with Men's Basketball

2015-16 (Junior)

Team co-captain … started all 33 games on the year joining Arthur Edwards and Retin Obasohan as the only players to do so … has played in 99 straight games and started 73 consecutive times for the Tide, which leads the team in both categories … finished second on the team in rebounds per game (4.7) and field goal percentage (.571) … led the team with 1.8 blocks per game which ranked fifth in the SEC 63rd nationally … ended the season ranked third in the SEC active leaders in career blocked shots (158) … set a season-high with 14 points in the win over Winthrop (12/16) while grabbing a team-leading 11 rebounds for his lone double-double this year … finished with 13 points, six rebounds and a season-high five blocks against Jacksonville State (12/29) … led the team with five blocks and two steals in the win at Florida (2/13), while scoring 11 points including a pair of emphatic dunks to seal the Tide’s first win in Gainesville since 1995 … scored 11 points and blocked four shots, while leading the team in steals (2) against Missouri (2/6) … led the team in rebounds (9) and blocks (3) at Vanderbilt (1/16) … grabbed nine rebounds, blocked two shots and recorded two steals at Clemson (12/13) … blocked four shots and recorded eight points against LSU (1/23) … blocked two shots against then-No. 17 Notre Dame (11/29) while adding five rebounds, three points and two assists  … led the team with eight rebounds while also scoring eight points at Auburn (1/19) … finished 3-of-3 from the field finishing with eight points while leading the team with six rebounds in a career-high 36 minutes in the overtime win at Mississippi State (2/2) … had three blocks against Louisiana (11/20), while also going a perfect 4-of-4 from the field to finish with nine points … led the team in rebounds (10) and blocks (2), while adding six points in season-opening win over Kennesaw State (11/13) … finished a perfect 4-of-4 from the field for eight points and five rebounds against Mississippi State (2/20).

2014-15 (Sophomore)

Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll ... named team’s Most Improved Player … started all 34 games … led the Tide with 59 blocks, the most in a season since JaMychal Green recorded 70 in 2010-11 … shot 60.2 percent from the field to lead the team … finished third in rebounding with 4.9 per game … recorded three or more blocks in a team-leading eight games and led in blocks a team-high 21 times … set a career high with seven blocks against Appalachian State (12/21) … finished SEC play shooting 70.4 percent from the field … recorded first career double-double against Western Carolina (11/17) with 15 points and 10 rebounds … put up 13 points and matched his career-high with 11 rebounds against Ole Miss (3/3) for his second double-double of the year … secured 11 rebounds against USF (12/2) … scored 13 points while going a perfect 5-of-5 from the field at Tennessee (1/10) … blocked six shots against Auburn (1/24), all in the first half.

2013-14 (Freshman)

Started 18 of the team’s 32 games and is first on the team in blocked shots (40) and field goal percentage at 61.3 percent (38-of-62) ... over the last ten games of the season, he averaged 5.4 points and 1.5 blocks per game, while shooting 66.7 percent from the field (22-of-33) ... collected season-highs in scoring (12) and rebounding (9) in the win over North Florida (12/4) ... had 10 points and six rebounds, knocking down 5-of-5 shots from the floor in 18 minutes of action in the win over Arkansas (2/5)  ... played for a season-high 30 minutes while collecting eight rebounds in the loss at Missouri (1/18) ... earned his first career start against Texas Tech (11/14) and led the team with four blocks while also grabbing six rebounds, scoring four points and collecting one steal.


Rated in the ESPN Top 100 as the nation’s No. 9 player at his position, No. 17 in the region and No. 69 overall recruit ... AL.com’s No. 1-rated prospect in  Alabama and listed among the Boys Super 5 and first team all-state following his senior season ... averaged 13 points, 11.3 rebounds and 3.5 blocks per game as a senior ... named the Regional MVP by the Alabama High School Athletic Association ... tabbed the 2013 Tuscaloosa All-Metro Player of the Year ... participated in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star game ... led Greensboro High School to the 2011 Alabama 3A state title ... named tournament MVP during championship title run … selected to Tuscaloosa News Boys Super 5 in 2011 … named to 2011-2012 USA Developmental National Team. 


Born Sept. 3, 1995 in Eutaw, Ala. … son of Juanita and Jimmie Taylor … has a brother, Kendrick Fuqua, and two sisters, Aisha Starks and Marcie Starks … member of honor roll throughout high school … his sister Aisha is enlisted in the U.S. Army … cousin of former Alabama basketball standout and 2002 Southeastern Conference Player of the Year Erwin Dudley… majoring in criminal justice.