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Juwan Parker Booker T. Washington Junior-Combo Gurad Forward | 6'4" | Nickname : JP, Wan or J-Park


THE VITALS VYPE: How many years have you played basketball? Parker: i’ve played since i was 4-years old.


VYPE: What has been


your greatest sport moment? Parker: Winning back-to-back state titles.


VYPE: Are you going to play at the next level? Parker: Yes, but i haven’t signed yet.


VYPE: Best advice you’ve ever received? Parker: No matter what, don’t give up.


THE NOT-SO VITALS


VYPE: What do you enjoy doing when you’re not playing basketball?


Parker: in my free time i’m usually playing Call of Duty or hanging out with friends and family. i’m also part of the National Honor Society at school.


VYPE: Favorite musician or band? Parker: j. Cole or Rick Ross.


VYPE: Favorite T.V. show? Parker: Family Guy, ESPN and Ridiculousness.


VYPE: Favorite subject in school? Parker: History.


VYPE: Favorite toy as a kid? Parker: Power Rangers


THE SHOUTOUT Parker: just to my family!


L.J. Ross Victory Christian Senior -Forward | 6'7"


THE VITALS VYPE: How many years have you played basketball? Cole: i’ve played basketball for 13 years.


VYPE: What has


been your greatest sports moment in those 13 years? Cole: Beating Verdigris by one- point this year.


VYPE: Are you going to play at the next level? Cole: Yes, at the university of Oklahoma.


VYPE: Best advice you’ve ever received? Cole: You can accomplish anything with hard work, and persistence.


THE NOT-SO VITALS 30 VYPEOK.COM | FEBRUARY 2012


VYPE: What do you enjoy doing when you’re not playing basketball? Ross: i like to hang with my team.


VYPE: Favorite musician or band? Ross: Wale.


VYPE: Favorite T.V. show? Ross: ESPN


VYPE: Favorite subject in school? Ross: History.


VYPE: Favorite toy as a kid? Ross: My Nintendo.


THE SHOUTOUT Ross: Shotout to my mom, the greatest mom on earth!


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