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Parker Starting to Adjust to College Game

Just one year ago freshman guard Jaquon Parker was leading King's Fork High School in Suffolk, Virginia to a 31-3 record and a AAA state championship. Parker was named the 2009 AAA basketball player of the year as a senior.

Parker also set single season records at King's Fork for scoring, rebounding and free throws made in a season. In his freshman season at Cincinnati, Parker is averaging 3.5 points per game, in eleven games this season in just about eleven minutes per contest that he has appeared in. Parker has yet to play in a Big East game but he has got several minutes in the other contests in his early Bearcat...

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