2018-19: Second season with the Hornets… Competed in 31 games with 30 starts… Averaged 9.5 points, a team high 4.4 assists (4th in the MEAC), 3.4 rebounds, and a team high 2.1 steals per game (1st in the MEAC)… Scored in double digits in 13 contests… Dished out seven or more assists in four games… Recorded four or more steals in four games… Career high 28 points (11-20 FG; 6-14 3FG) at. Norfolk State (Jan. 5)… Poured in 19 points (7-15 FG; 4-8 3FG) in a 71-61 victory vs. NC Central (Jan. 14)… Career high five steals vs. Norfolk (Mar. 4).
2017-18: First season with the Hornets… Competed in all 32 games as a true freshman … team leader with 27 starts … tops on the Hornets and 14th in the MEAC in assists at 2.8 per game (90 total) … DSU leader and fifth in the conference in steals at 1.5 per game (48 total) … third in the MEAC in minutes played at 35.8 per game … fifth on the Hornets in scoring at 8.5 points per game … reached double-figures in scoring in 12 games … second on the squad with 40 three-point field goals (40-for-131; .305 pct.) … scored career-high 18 points (8-12 FG; 2-5 3pt. FG) vs. Florida A&M on Jan. 15 … tallied 17 points (7-14 FGs; 2-7 3pt. FG) vs. Fort Wayne in third collegiate game (Nov. 15) … was 4-for-6 from the field, each a three-point, for 12 points vs. Norfolk State (Feb. 12) … second on the Hornets with 16 points and dished out career-high seven assists vs. Pitt (Dec. 19) … recorded six assists in three games (NCA&T, NC Central, Florida A&M) … recorded career-best four steals in win over Georgian Court (Nov. 25)
High School: 2016-17, Virginia 5A South Region Player-of-the-Year, Conference 12 Player-of-the-Year and 5A State Co-Player of the Year ... averaged 11 points and seven assists per game during his senior season ... 2016-17 Richmond Times-Dispatch All-Metro First Team player ... helped lead L.C. Bird to the Virginia 5A state championship as a senior ... nailed to game-winning shot with four seconds left to send the team to the championship game ...
Personal: Given first name is Johquin ... prefers to be called "Pinky"
|High School:||Chesterfield HS|