|Last seen||"Winner Takes All"|
|Appeared in||22 episodes (see below)|
|Title(s)|| The Captain of the Devil Girls|
|Hair Color||Brown with Red streaks|
|Parents|| James Howard (father)|
|Occupation|| Devil Girl|
part-owner the Devil's basketball team and owns ten percent of this team.
|Home||Los Angles, California|
|Loyalty|| Devil Girls|
Jelena Howard is a major character in the first season of Hit the Floor. Jelena is the captain on the Devil Girls team, she is the mean girl of the Red Devils and is played by Logan Browning and debuts in "Pilot". She has been show to run the team and is in close association with Olivia Vincent. She hates Asha and sees her as a threat. Later on in season 3 her and Terrance separate and she later is shot.
Jelena is tough, savvy, utterly out for herself, and a bully, bent on intimidating or outright hurting anyone who gets in the way of her position in the limelight. Jelena is the mean girl of the Devil Girls. Jelena is a powerful girl
The current captain and unequivocal star of the Devil Girls, Jelena is very threatened by the obvious star quality of newcomer Ahsha, Jelena quickly makes a point of becoming her enemy--and she's not that nice to her friends, either. Jelena is a powerful bitchShe owns ten percent of the Devil Girls given to her by then-owner, Oscar Kincaide, as payment for drugging Terrence Wall, leading to positive results in his drug test, and ruining his chances to leave the Devils for another team. Terrence ends up finding out and breaks up with her. She took control over Devil's arena and Oscar's position by stealing the company from him. She is now owner of the Devils and no longer engaged to Terrence Wall. Due to her dangerous power control, Sloane Hayes ends up shooting her. Instead of telling the police what happened, she decided to keep it to herself due to all the hurt and damaged she caused from the very beginning. It also had something to do with pride. Jelena grew up with an abusive father, James Howard, who used to beat her mother, Vanessa Howard, on a regular basis. Her mother hid the abuse from the authorities, neighbors, and friends rather than leaving James, causing Jelena's hatred of her father and disdain for her mother for failing to leave him and remove her from an abusive environment.