Prophecies In The Old Testament About Jesus
I paraphrase. Read them for yourself.

There are actually many more prophecies about Jesus in the Old Testament, some which are quoted by the authors of the New Testament. Note that the prophecies start in Genesis, the first book of the Old Testament, and go to Malachi, the last book.

Genesis 22:1-18 The concept of offering a lamb, that God provides, as a sacrifice
Genesis 49:10
One to whom the scepter of Judah will come and the nations will obey him.
Exodus 12:1-15 The blood of the lamb, in order that God's judgement does not fall on those who are marked by it.
Numbers 9:12
The Passover lamb must not have it's bones broken. (This being a reference to Jesus' bones not being broken before he is taken down from the cross.)
Numbers 21:8-9
Those bitten by the snake (devil), will be saved when they look at the one put on a pole (crucifixion of Christ).
2 Samuel 7:12-16
A descendant of David, will build God's temple, and that kingdom will endure forever.
Jeremiah 31:31-34
A new covenant where God will write his law in our minds and hearts.
Psalm 22:14-18 Description of some of the events around the crucifixion.
Psalm 110:  David calls him Lord.  He will be an eternal priest (one who intercedes for people), he is at the right hand of God, he will defeat the nations.
Isaiah 9:1-2 In the future, out of Galilee, they will see a great light.
Isaiah 9:6-7 The government will be on the sons shoulders, he will be called Mighty God, govenment without end, David's throne, forever.
Isaiah 7:13-14 A virgin birth. The Child will be called God With Us.
Isaiah 11 From Jesse, Spirit of God will be on him, a rightheous judge, will slay the wicked, and he will gather his people from all the nations.
Isaiah 40:3-5 One will come calling in the wilderness, prepare the way for the Lord. The glory of the Lord will be revealed.
Isaiah 42 A servant who will bring justice to the nations, be a covenant for the people and light for the Gentiles.
Isaiah 52:13-53:12 A clear description of one who was despised and died for our transgressions. And that after dying we would come to life again.
Isaiah 61:1-2 The anointed one would proclaim the good news to the poor.
Daniel 2:44 God will set up a kingdom that will never be destroyed.
Daniel 7:13-14 A Son of Man will be given all authority, an everlastin rule.
Daniel 9:25-27 Talks about the anointedone being put to death, then the city being destroyed (Jerusalem, AD 70).
Zachariah 12:10 The One will be pierced, but the one is also Me (God seems to be saying the one that's pierced will be himself.)
Zachariah 9:9 The King would come to Jerusalem riding on a donkey.
Micah 5:2 A ruler, with origins of old, will come out of Bethlehem.
Malachi 3:1 God will send a messanger (John the Baptist) to prepare the road before Me, the Lord you are seeking, the messanger of the covenant.