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Juwan Parker
Juwan  Parker

Class:
RS Junior

Hometown:
Tulsa, Okla.

High School:
Booker T. Washington High School

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 205

Position:
G

Birthdate:
09/07/1994

Experience:
2L

05/03/2017

Ninety-Seven UGA Student-Athletes to Graduate Friday

Ninety-Seven UGA Student-Athletes to Graduate Friday

04/24/2017

Frazier, Orji Take Top Honors at Awards Banquet

Frazier, Orji Take Top Honors at Student-Athlete Awards Banquet

03/28/2017

Q&A With J. Reid Parker Director of Athletics McGarity

Q&A With J. Reid Parker Director of Athletics McGarity

03/15/2017

Georgia Falls To Belmont In NIT

Georgia Falls To Belmont In NIT

03/10/2017

Dawgs Face Wildcats in SEC Quarterfinals

Dawgs Face Wildcats in SEC Quarterfinals

03/10/2017

USATSI Gallery - Georgia vs. Kentucky - SEC Tournament

USATSI Gallery - Georgia vs. Kentucky - SEC Tournament

03/09/2017

USATSI Gallery - Georgia @ Tennessee - SEC Tournament

USATSI Gallery - Georgia @ Tennessee - SEC Tournament

01/14/2017

No. 23 Florida 80, Georgia 76

The Bulldogs fall to Florida, on January 14, 2017.

01/11/2017

USATSI Gallery - Georgia @ Ole Mis

USATSI Gallery - Georgia @ Ole Mis

01/07/2017

UGA vs. Missouri

UGA vs. Missouri

◊ Vincent J. and Barbara Dooley Basketball Scholarship recipient.

◊ Enters his senior season ranked No. 3 among Georgia’s career leaders in free throw percentage at .815.

2016-17 Season Highlights:
◊ Named to the CoSIDA Academic All-America District 4 team.
◊ Along with Brandon Young, became the Bulldogs’ first two-time honoree on the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Honors Court. The accolade recognizes juniors and seniors with a cumulative grade point average of 3.20 or higher.
◊ Started 31 of 32 games played, every game he played in except at Tennessee.
◊ Missed games against Morehouse on Nov. 30 to rest his Achilles and Belmont on March 15, also due to Achilles.
◊ Among Georgia’s all-time single-season leaders, compiled the No. 6 free throw percentage in school history (.856).
◊ In stats for SEC games only, finished the season ranked No. 3 in free throw percentage (.867).
◊ Completed the season with averages of 9.3 ppg, 5.3 rpg and 1.8 apg, considerably higher than his career averages of 4.9 ppg, 3.7 rpg and 0.9 apg entering the 2016-17 season.
◊ Saw a considerable jump in his offensive production – and consistency – following the break for Finals in December. In 58 games played in his first two-plus seasons at UGA, posted one double-digit scoring performance. In 25 GPs after that break, notched 14 double-figure outputs, including 12 of 18 SEC contests.
◊ Led Georgia in steals in eight games, in rebounds seven times and in assists for six outings.
◊ Came within a point of his first career double-double with nine points and 11 rebounds against George Washington, as well as distributing a career-high five assists.
◊ Posted his career-high scoring output – 17 points – in back-to-back outings at Florida and against Vanderbilt in Athens.

2015-16 Season Highlights:
◊ Missed the entire regular season due to pain in his left Achilles, an injury originally suffered midway through the 2014-15 season that required off-season surgery that summer.
◊ Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the third straight year.
◊ Did participate in the Bulldogs’ exhibition outing against Armstrong State on Nov. 6, posting two points, six rebounds, two assists and a block in 19 minutes of playing time.
◊ Did not play thereafter but was able to assist in preparation for games in certain “scout team” situations.
◊ Did see “action” in Stegeman Coliseum on Dec. 18...when he walked across the stage to receive his bachelor’s degree in Management.
◊ Began classes to pursue a master’s degree in Sport Management in January.
◊ Awarded a medical redshirt to retain his junior season of eligibility.

2014-15 Season Highlights:
◊ Named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Honors Court.
◊ Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the second consecutive year.
◊ Had earned a starting position, and his productivity had reflected the increased role, before missing most of the SEC campaign due to an Achilles injury.
◊ Averaged 4.9 points and 3.7 rebounds on the season, with a pair of double-digit scoring outputs against Colorado and No. 23 Arkansas.
◊ Starter for the first 14 games before an Achilles injury forced him to miss all but four of the final 19 contests.
◊ Established season highs of 11 points and seven rebounds in SEC opener vs. No. 23 Arkansas.
◊ Aggravated his Achilles in the Bulldogs’ next outing on Jan. 10 at LSU. Subsequently did not play at Vanderbilt on Jan. 14 and logged six minutes versus Florida on Jan. 17 before posting 10 consecutive DNPs.
◊ Played first significant minutes since Jan. 10 in regular-season finale at Auburn and also saw limited PT in an SEC Tournament semifinal matchup with Arkansas.

2013-14 Season Highlights:
◊ Recorded significant playing time as a reserve, seeing action in 33 of 34 games.
◊ Paced the Bulldogs offensively twice – 12 points versus Gardner-Webb and 13 points at No. 7 Florida – and on the boards three times – six versus Georgia Tech, six versus Davidson and nine versus Gardner-Webb.
◊ Made the most of his first collegiate start Dec. 19 vs. Gardner-Webb, responding with team-high points (12), rebounds (nine) and steals (three) in 30 minutes.
◊ Posted a career-high 16 points Feb. 12 at Mississippi State, including 14 in the second half. Did so in spite of suffering through a stomach virus on the day of the game.

Prep Highlights:
◊ Coached by Shea Seals for his first three seasons at Booker T. Washington and by Joe Redmond as a senior.
◊ As a senior, averaged 21.8 points per game while leading Booker T. Washington to a 17-9 final record and the quarterfinals of the 6A state tournament.
◊ As a junior, averaged 20.5 points and 9.4 rebounds for the Hornets.
◊ Helped Booker T. Washington to back-to-back Oklahoma 5A state titles in 2010 and 2011.
◊ As a sophomore, averaged 16.8 points and 10.8 rebounds for the 21-0 Hornets.
◊ As a freshman, averaged 9.1 points and 6.3 rebounds.
◊ Named the 2011 Player of the Year in his home state by the Tulsa World.
◊ Two-time Tulsa World All-State pick, and also twice a “Super 5” selection by The Oklahoman newspaper.

Personal:
◊ His older brother Jason played at Tulsa and professionally in Russia, Greece and Italy.
◊ Academic Major: Management (bachelor's in Dec. 2015), Sport Management (master's in Aug. 2017).
Full Name: Juwan Howard Parker
Birthdate/Birthplace: September 7, 1994 / Tulsa, Okla.
Academic Major: Management (graduated in Dec. 2015), currently pursuing a master’s in Sport Management

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