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J.P. Prince Biography
By: Arizona Athletics
Release: August 15, 2006
Photo Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
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General:  An outstanding decision maker with a great ability to distribute the ball ... Extremely long and athletic with an 83-inch wingspan ... Stepped right into the backup point guard role and collected one of three double-figure assist game for the Wildcats in 2005-06 ... A strong work ethic combined with his skills and 6-foot-6 frame could make Prince nearly unstoppable.


2005-06 (Freshman):  Ranked second on the team with a 1.70 assist:turnover ratio, but had just two assists in his last seven appearances ... Made his NCAA Tournament debut on 3/17 vs. Wisconsin ... Collected a steal on 3/10 vs. UCLA ... Equaled a season-best with two blocked shots on 3/9 vs. Stanford in Pac-10 Tournament ... DNP vs. Washington on 3/4 ... Played four minutes vs. Washington State on 3/2 ... Garnered an assist and a rebound in nine minutes vs. Arizona State on 2/25 ... Collected a steal on 2/19 at Stanford ... Registered two points and an assist on 2/9 vs. Oregon ... Posted two points, two rebounds and two assists on 2/4 at UCLA ... Tallied two boards, three assists and a block on 2/2 at USC ... Collected seven points on a season-high nine FG attempts to go with three boards and two assists on 1/28 at North Carolina ... Tallied two points, three boards and a steal at Arizona State on 1/25 ... Knocked down 2-of-4 treys and finished with six points, three boards, three assists, a block and a steal on 1/21 vs. California ... Collected two boards, two steals, an assist and a block in eight minutes vs. Stanford on 1/19 ... Missed the Oregon game on 1/14 with a foot injury ... Tallied five points, two rebounds and two steals on 1/12 at Oregon State ... Grabbed three boards in six minutes vs. USC on 1/7 ... Registered an assist and a steal on 1/5 vs. UCLA ... Collected two points, a rebound and a block in double overtime win at Washington on 12/31 ... Hit 3-of-5 FGs to go with four rebounds, four assists, two blocks and three steals on 12/29 at Washington State ... Tallied six points (two treys) and two assists vs. Western Kentucky on 12/21 ... Had a season-high eight points, including his first career trey) to go with five rebounds, four assists and no turnovers vs. Sam Houston State on 12/19 ... Registered two assists and a steal in eight minutes at Utah on 12/17 ... Grabbed two boards on 12/10 vs. Saint Mary’s ... Collected four points, four rebounds, 10 assists and a block on 12/8 vs. Northern Arizona ... Enjoyed his most productive outing with season-high totals of four points, five rebounds, six assists and four steals in 26 minutes on 12/3 at Houston ... Tallied two points, a rebound and two assists on 11/27 vs. Virginia ... Passed out three assists on 11/23 vs. Michigan State ... Registered one assist and had two rebounds vs. Connecticut on 11/22 ... Posted totals of two points, three rebounds and two steals in his collegiate debut on 11/21 vs. Kansas.


High School:   Signed with Arizona during the November Early Signing Period ... A proven winner with three high school state championships to his credit ... Ranked as the No. 4 point guard in the nation by ... Attended White Station High School, where he was a four-year letterwinner ... Averaged 27.0 points, 7.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 3.0 steals per game as a senior for coach William Warren, leading the Spartans to a 29-7 record ... Named 2005 Tennessee Class AAA Mr. Basketball ... Gatorade Player of the Year ... A two-time Class AAA all-state pick ... A three-time all-district selection and a two-time all-city honoree ... Named Region 3A Most Valuable Player in 2004 ... During his four-year prep career, led WSHS to a 142-12 (.922) record and three state championships (2002-04) ... During that three-year title run, the Spartans finished each year ranked in the top 10 nationally by USA Today ... A McDonald’s High School All-America nominee ... A Parade All-American ... An adidas All-America ... Selected to participate in the Global Games, July 23-30, in Dallas, Texas, as part of the 2005 USA Basketball Men’s Junior National Select Team, where he averaged 6.3 points, 2.3 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game, while shooting 51.5 percent (17-of-33) from the floor in six games alongside current Wildcats Fendi Onobun and Marcus Williams ... Averaged 15.6 points 6.3 rebounds, 7.1 assists and 2.8 steals per game as a junior ... His AAU team won the under-17 national championship in 2003 and was the national runner-up in 2004 ... An honor student.





J.P. Prince


8, vs. Sam Houston State, 12/19/2005



5, twice, last, vs. Sam Houston State, 12/19/2005



3, three times, last, at North Carolina, 1/28/2006



9, at North Carolina, 1/28/2006



2, three times, last, vs. California, 1/21/2006



5, twice, last, at North Carolina, 1/28/2006



2, at Washington, 12/31/2005



2, three times, last, at Washington, 12/31/2005



10, vs. Northern Arizona, 12/8/2005



4, vs. Houston, 12/3/2005



2, twice, last, vs. Stanford, 3/9/2006



28, vs. Northern Arizona, 12/8/2005


Prince, J.P.

                                 Total         3-Point                    Rebounds
Year      GP-GS   Min/Avg    FG-FGA   Pct   FG-FGA   Pct   FT-FTA   Pct Off-Def  Tot  Avg  PF-FO Ast  TO Blk Stl  Pts/Avg
2005-06   28-0    346/12.4   24-84   .286    9-37   .243    4-10   .400  11-43    54  1.9  29-0   51  30  11  24   61/2.2
TOTAL     28-0    346/12.4   24-84   .286    9-37   .243    4-10   .400  11-43    54  1.9  29-0   51  30  11  24   61/2.2
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