I misinterpreted your “thinking he did” as “I think he did”.
Jagla’s junior year was the year that we basically had no guards. Luber and Smith were forced to play almost 40 minutes a game (Sharif Chambliss transferred before the season started and Brandon Cameron left after one game). When small forward DeForrest Riley-Smith left the team in mid-season, Jagla was the only real choice to play the three. He also easily led the team in rebounding (think he was third in the Big Ten that year), so I feel that criticism was unwarranted.
The rest of the team looked like this:
Jagla had enough skill out there to basically play that spot in the Olympics as Dirk Nowitski’s backup.