Jasmine is five feet and four inches in her height. She has an amazing body and it allures everyone while she is on the pitch. Her nationality is American and she is of black ethnicity.
During her young age, Jasmine dreamed to be a medical student but at the later stage of her life, she chose to be a basketball player. She pursued her high school education in Santiago High School. There she was also active in basketball and she also won several titles and honors. She has won Big 8 League and played in the school's first CIF-SS Division IAA Championship. In 2010, she was also named the Santiago High School Female Athlete of the Year and Principal's Award winner. After her high school, she joined Vanderbilt University where she majored in women and gender studies. During her first game, she scored 13 points and grabbing six rebounds against Howard. In 2011, she was named the Second Team All-SEC by the league's coaches. That year, she was also awarded with the Honorable Mention from the Associated Press. She also had an outstanding year during her junior and senior year. In 2013, she was named the All-SEC Honorable Mention, SEC All-Freshman Team and so on. In 2014, she was listed in the WBCA All-American Honorable Mention. In the early 2014, she was named the Player of the Week by espnW, SEC and USBWA for week of Jan. 6-12. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from there in 2014 and then she joined University of Connecticut where she majored in Sports Management. On 20th of July 2016, she was named an assistant coach by the University of Washington NCAA Final Four head coach Mike Neighbors. Her net worth is unknown.