Kris Jenkins

John Max 14 Mar,2018

Facts of Kris Jenkins

Birth Name
Kris Jenkins
Famous Name
Kris Jenkins
Affair with
Currently Married


Career & Net worth

Net Worth
$14 million


Affair with
Currently Married

An American basketball player, Kris Jenkins currently plays for Eisbären Bremerhaven of the Basketball Bundesliga. He played college basketball for the Villanova and high school basketball for Gonzaga. A professional since 2017, he played for Sioux Falls Skyforce and Yakima SunKings. 


The young talent is notable for hitting the buzzer-beating 3 pointers to win the “2016 NCAA Championship game”.

Kris Jenkins' Net Worth and Endorsement

The star basketball player, Jenkins’ key source of earning is his professional basketball career as he has not disclosed any information related to his any other business and endorsement deals.

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As of 2019, Jenkins' net worth is yet to be disclosed. As he is in his early career, he might not have gathered considerable wealth.

Kris Jenkins' Personal Life

Jenkins stands at the height of six feet six inches and weighs 107 kg. Regarding his relationship status, he  is possibly single and unmarried. When it comes to his personal life, Jenkins is quite confidential and it seems that he prefers to maintain his private life in low profile. As far, he has not shared information related to his love life nor has been spotted in public with his girlfriend.  

Apart, Jenkins is a supportive and loving brother of Nate Britt. Though Villanova’s Jenkins and UNC’s Britt are not brother by blood, Jenkins attended the NCAA Tournament title game to support Britt’s team, sitting right behind the Tar Heel bench and wearing a Carolina-branded T-shirt.

Kris Jenkins' Bio and Early Life

Kris Jenkins was born on 20th of November 1993 in Columbia, South Carolina, to mother Felicia. His birth sign is Scorpio. Regarding his nationality, Jenkins holds an American nationality and belongs to African ethnicity.

At an early age, Jenkins’s mother, who was a college basketball player and later a coach, got separated from Jenkins’ father. His mother took him to Baltimore where he played for the Britts’ AAU team and met Nate Britt for the first time. Later things got complicated but she wanted Jenkins to continue his career at AAU.

In 2007, Jenkins was adopted by the Mate Britt Sr. and Melody Britt, when Jenkins mother decided she would give her young son so as to provide a healthier environment for his basketball career. Then he grew up alongside his adoptive brother Nate Britt and sister Natalia Britt.

He has played with Nate in an AAU team coached by their father, Nate Britt Sr. Summing up, the two brothers were opponent in the 2016 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship Game, as Nate represented Tar Heels.

He also has two sisters Kelci Jenkins and Kaiya Jenkins.

Kris Jenkins' High School Career

Jenkins enrolled at Gonzaga College High School. During his junior year in 2011-12 season, Jenkins recorded 20.6 points with 10.4 rebounds per game. As a senior, Jenkins amassed 18.3 points and 10.3 rebounds per game. He was named 2012-13 Boys Basketball All-Met Player of the Year by The Washington Post.

Kris Jenkins' College Career

Upon graduation, Jenkins attended Villanova Wildcats. In his rookie year, he recorded 4-1 points per game as a reserve player.  The following season, 2014-2015 he averages 6.3 points per game.

On 1st March 2016, Jenkins scored his career-high points thirty-one in a victory over DePaul. In the Big East Tournament, he recorded 19.7 points per game and was also announced to the All-Tournament team.

On 4th April 2016, Jenkins made his appearance against North Carolina, hitting the game-winning 3 points shot as time expired along with his mates Phil Booth, and Jalen Brunson.

During his senior year, Jenkins amassed 13.1 points with 4.1 rebounds per game. Overall, in his Villanova career, he recorded 1,383 points and was listed 34th on the program’s all-time list.

Kris Jenkins' Professional Career

For the 2017 NBA Summer League, Jenkins joined the Washington Wizard, following his going undrafted in the 2017 NBA draft.

In the 2017 NBA G League Draft, Jenkins was selected 14th by the Sioux Falls Skyforce.

On 16th December of 2017, Skyforce placed the contract of Jenkins on waivers.

On August 14, 2018, Jenkins joined the German club Eisbären Bremerhaven.



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