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JaQuon Parker

  • Cincinnati Bearcats

  • Year: Junior

As a Recruit: Parker was recruited from King`s Fork (Suffolk, VA) class of 2009. He committed to Cincinnati . He was recruited by Larry Davis .


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Pronunciation: JA-kwon Parker

2010-11 Season (Sophomore): Played in 23 games with one start, averaging 8.5 minutes ... scored four or more points in four games and grabbed three or more rebounds in five games ... scored two points against Connecticut in the third round of the NCAA Tournament ... started first game of season vs. St. Francis (12/23) and produced career-high six assists, tied career high with two steals, scored five points and grabbed eight rebounds ... scored a season-high six points, pulled down four rebounds and dished out two assists against Georgia Southern (12/14) ... recorded a season high 21 minutes at Toledo (12/4), dishing out a season-high four assists and scoring two points.

2009-10 Season (Freshman): Transitioned from playing shooting guard in high school to playing the point for UC ... finished second on the team in three-point shooting percentage, knocking down 36.2 percent (17-of-47) ... poured in 13 points, including a career-high tying three 3-pointers, vs. Rutgers (3/9) in the opening round of the BIG EAST Championship ... collected season highs in points (15), assists (5), field goals made (6), and minutes (35) in first career BIG EAST start against USF (1/20) ... registered first career double-figure point performance with 10 points against Texas Southern (12/1) in 23 minutes.

Prior to Cincinnati: Led King's Fork High School to a 31-3 record and a state championship during senior season ... coached by Joshua Worrell ... was the 2009 AAA State Player of the Year in Virginia ... received Regional and District Player of the Year accolades his senior season ... holds school record for points (581), rebounds (242), and free throws made (153) in a season.

Personal: Full name is Jaquon L. Parker ... born March 29, 1990 in Suffolk, Virginia ... son of Gwinn Parker and Jociba Rodgers ... has three brothers and two sisters ... major is exploratory studies.


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