|Date of birth||February 19|
|Height||177.2 cm (5' 9")|
|Weight||67.5 kg (148.8 lbs)|
|Home town||Miyagi Prefecture|
|Team|| Izumitate Junior High (Former) |
|Number|| 5 (Former) |
|Occupation||High School Student (3rd Year, Class 1)|
|Affiliation|| Izumitate Junior High (Former) |
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Ikejiri is of average height and build. He has short brown hair that is a bit ruffled. He also has freckles on his nose and cheeks. His jersey number is 4.
Ikejiri and Daichi Sawamura belonged to the same volleyball club (Izumitate Junior High Volleyball Club). They joined the tournament and won the first game but in second match they had to play against a powerhouse. Ikejiri remembered how Sawamura motivated the team, they eventually lost the will to fight during the game except for Sawamura, who kept on chasing the ball, but still they lost. He remembered that he felt jealous seeing that Sawamura was frustrated and wished he would feel the same.
During their last year in junior high they promised to each other that they will continue to play volleyball in high school and the next time they will see each other will be on the court and one of them will have to lose to the other.
He seems to be a good overall player. He also is the type of player that never gives up till the end.
Ikejiri went to the same middle school as Daichi, and they were on the volleyball team together. Ikejiri was inspired by Daichi back then because despite the huge probability of their team losing, Daichi never gave up hope. Even now, nearly three years since they last saw each other, Ikejiri still remembers Daichi's quote, "We'll never win if we don't believe we can." Ikejiri used it in his match against Karasuno as motivation. After he lost, he approached Daichi and tearfully asked him to win for Tokonami.
- Favorite food: omusoba
- Current concern: Future plans & stuff...
- His star sign is Pisces.
- He used to attend Izumitate Junior High with Daichi Sawamura and Yui Michimiya.
- "If all this was a work of fiction… the guys who go to nationals would be the protagonists, and the rest of us would just be extras. But, regardless… we got to play… volleyball."