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Quincy Douby
Full Name: Quincy Douby
Position: Guard
Height/Weight: 6-3 / 175
Birthdate: May 16, 1984 (Brooklyn, N.Y.)
High School: Grady HS (Brooklyn, N.Y.), then St. Thomas More Prep (Oakdale, Conn.)
College: Rutgers
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Rutgers
Season G GS FGM FGA PCT FTM FTA PCT 3PM 3PA PCT REB AST STL BL PTS AVG
2003-04 33 5 136 320 .425 71 86 .826 69 162 .426 63 56 27 13 412 12.5
2004-05 29 26 158 403 .392 57 76 .750 66 195 .338 70 98 36 22 439 15.1
2005-06 33 33 287 621 .462 149 176 .847 116 289 .401 141 103 58 27 839 25.4
Totals 95 64 581 1344 .432 277 338 .820 251 646 .393 274 257 121 62 1690 17.8

An early entry candidate for the 2006 NBA Draft.

Career Highlights: A First-Team All-Big East selection in 2005-06. Led the conference in scoring and ranked sixth nationally, averaging 25.3 points per game. Recipient of the Haggerty Award as the 2005-06 All-Met Division I Men’s College Basketball Player of the Year. Earned All-America honors as a junior from The Associated Press (honorable mention), CollegeHoops.net (fourth team) and CollegeInsider.com. Named the 2005-06 U.S. Basketball Writers Association District II Player of the Year. Ended his collegiate career among the Top-25 in Rutgers history in 10 statistical categories.

Junior (2005-06): Scored a career-high (and Carrier dome record) 41 points at Syracuse on 15-for-32 shooting, including 9-of-17 from beyond the arc. Ranked first in the Big East in scoring at 25.3 ppg, third in three-point field goals made, fifth in free-throw percentage and sixth in steals. Was named Big East and ESPN.com National Player of the Week following a 36-point, 11-rebound performance in a road victory over St. Mary’s (CA). Was named to the Big East honor roll 10 times in 2005-06, the most of any player in the league. Reached the 20-point plateau in 24 of Rutgers’ final 29 games.

Sophomore (2004-05): Started 26 of the 29 contests in which he played, averaging 15.1 points. Opened his sophomore campaign with three-straight 20-plus point performances, over Charlotte, St. Mary’s and Penn State. Dished out 98 assists, an average of 3.6 per game, including a season-best nine assists against St. John’s.

Freshman (2003-04): Averaged 12.5 points despite starting only five of Rutgers’ 33 games. Shot .425 from three-point range, and .826 from the free-throw line. Scored 17 points and added five rebounds and three assists in his collegiate debut, a 71-65 victory over Lafayette. Tallied a freshman-best 35 points in an 84-81 overtime victory over Iowa State.

Strengths: A natural scorer, with tremendous range on his jumpshot and a quick release. Can also get into the lane and score or create for others. Possesses a fearless approach for the game, wanting the ball in his hands at crucial junctures.