Full Name:
Dajuan Marquett Wagner
Position:
Guard
College:
Memphis
Height:
6-3
Weight:
200
High School:
Camden HS (Camden, N.J.)
Birthdate:
February 4, 1983
Birthplace:
Camden, N.J.

Statistics

NBA DRAFT 2002
Selected in the first round (sixth overall) by the Cleveland Cavaliers.

TEAM WORKOUTS/FEATURES
May 23: Q&A with Chicago Bulls


HIGHLIGHTS
An early entry candidate for the 2002 NBA Draft.
In his lone season at Memphis, broke the single-season scoring record with 762 points.
Named Honorable Mention All-America by The Associated Press, Conference USA Freshman of the Year, First Team All-Conference USA, All-District 7 by NABC and All-District 4 by USBWA.
Broke the school record for field goal attempts in a season (647).
Named to The Sporting News All-Freshman Team.
He is the son of Milt Wagner, who played at Louisville (1981-86), winning the 1986 National Championship, and was a member of the 1988 NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers.


AT MEMPHIS
As a freshman, averaged 21.2 points (2nd in Conference USA, 21st in nation), 3.6 assists, 2.5 rebounds and 1.2 steals.
Scored 20 or more points 22 times.
Reached double figures in 35 of 36 games.
Concluded the season being named MVP of the NIT as the Tigers captured the NIT title.
Averaged 21.4 points and 4.4 assists while shooting 53 percent from the field for the tournament.
Scored a career-high 32 points in the semifinal win over Temple and 16 points (on 6-of-11 shooting) in 72-62 win over South Carolina in title game.
Also scored 32 against Old Dominion.
Had 26 points against Iowa and 21 vs. Alabama in the Guardians Classic in Kansas City.
Tallied 21 points and 10 assists at TCU.
Scored 27 points against Arkansas.
Had 23 points against Louisville, knocking down four three-pointers.

As a senior at Camden High School, named Player of the Year by USA Today and the Naismith Player of the Year.
Averaged 42.5 points, topping 50 on nine occasions, to become New Jersey’s all-time scoring leader with 3,462 points.
Scored 100 points in a win over Gloucester Tech.
Scored 25 points in the McDonald’s All-America Game played at Duke’s Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Named New Jersey Player of the Year.

STATISTICS
SEASON G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
2001-02 36 35 265 647 .410 166 230 .722 89 128 43 20 762 21.2
Three-point field goals: 66-for-208 (.317).