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6-3 / 205
Played in two all-star games in April 2001 -- the 28th Annual Capital Classic at the MCI Center in Washington, D.C. and the Pittsburgh Hoops Classic at Duquesne.
Finished his schoolboy career with more than 2,000 points (including two years at Tabor and two years at Lincoln-Sudbury High School).
Played the 1996-97 and 1997-98 seasons at Lincoln-Sudbury and the 1998-99 season at Thayer Academy, before finishing at Tabor Academy.
AS A JUNIOR
Played in all 34 games; played an average of 20.6 minutes per game.
Averaged 6.8 points and 2.8 rebounds per game; averaged 6.0 points and 2.8 rebounds per game in BIG EAST contests.
Led or tied for the team lead in scoring once, in rebounding once and in assists five times.
Scored in double figures in eight games, including one game with more than 20 points.
Scored a career-high 22 points against Notre Dame (2/8), marking the most points scored by a BC reserve since Xavier Singletary scored 25 points at West Virginia on Feb. 19, 2000.
Scored in double figures in each of the Eagles' three wins in the 2003 Paradise Jam in St. Thomas, USVI; scored 17 points against Wichita State (11/24) in the title game, shooting 11for-12 from the foul line.
Tallied 12 points in the win at Seton Hall (2/16); shot 8-for-10 from the foul line in the game's final 2:25.
Scored 10 points - all on free throws - in the Eagles' win over Georgetown in the first round of the BIG EAST Tournament (3/10).
Netted 11 points against Georgia Tech in the second round of the NCAA Tournament in Milwaukee, Wis.
Grabbed a season-high six rebounds in each of three games.
Recorded a season-high four steals at Providence (3/6) and a season-high five assists at Pittsburgh (1/28).
AS A SOPHOMORE
Played in all 31 games; played an average of 18.5 minutes per game.
Averaged 5.1 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game.
Finished the season with a 1.9 assist-turnover ratio, tying for the team high with Louis Hinnant.
Led or tied for the team lead in assists twice, in steals twice and in rebounding once.
Scored in double figures in each of six games; BC had a 6-0 record in those games; five of those six games were road contests.
Recorded a career-high six assists in each of two games.
Grabbed four or more rebounds in each of eight games.
Scored 18 points in the Eagles' NIT opening-round victory at Fairfield (3/18); shot 8-for-15 from the field and 2-for-2 from the foul line.
Tallied 17 points - 15 in the second half - in the team's win at Miami (3/1); shot 4-for-7 from the field and 9-for-10 from the foul line.
Netted 12 points at North Carolina State; scored all of his points in 16 second-half minutes.
Played 28 productive minutes at Villanova (1/22), finishing with nine points, nine rebounds and six assists; his nine rebounds marked a career-high.
Made solid contributions in each of the team's two BIG EAST Tournament contests; recorded five points, five rebounds and six assists in a career-high 31 minutes against St. John's; added seven points in a quarterfinal-round loss to Pittsburgh.
AS A FRESHMAN
Played in all 32 games; played an average of 12.8 minutes per game.
Averaged 3.6 points and 1.8 rebounds per game.
Led or tied for the team lead in assists once and in steals twice.
Scored in double figures in each of five games.
Grabbed four rebounds in each of six games.
Scored 14 points on 6-of-9 shooting from the field against Morris Brown (12/4); made a career-high five steals in the same game.
Netted 11 points in each of the team's last two Rainbow Classic contests -- against Arkansas State (12/21) and Holy Cross (12/22).
Scored 11 points in his collegiate debut -- against Boston University (11/18).
Tallied 11 points -- all in the second half -- in BC's come-from-behind win against St. Bonaventure (11/28); also added four rebounds and two assists.
Contributed eight points and four rebounds in the team's home win over Villanova (2/23); shot a perfect 6-for-6 from the foul line.
Recorded seven points, four rebounds and three assists against Connecticut (2/25).
Averaged 28.5 points and 5.0 assists per game as a senior at Tabor Academy.
Earned Gatorade Massachusetts Player of the Year honors in 2000-01; also captured USA Today Massachusetts Player of the Year accolades.
Captured All-New England honors as a junior and senior.
Set a tournament scoring record with 153 points in the 20th Annual King of the Bluegrass Holiday Classic in Fairdale, Ky.; the old mark of 146 points was set by Todd May in 1981; scored 50 points in a 71-65 second-round victory over Westbury (Texas) Academy.
Led Tabor to the 1999-2000 New England Class B Championship; earned championship-game MVP honors.
Served as 2000-01 team captain; played for head coach David First.
Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.
Jermaine is the son of Pamela Judge and the late Darryl Watson; has one brother and one sister.
Born on September 11, 1981.
Points: 22 vs. Notre Dame (2-4-04)
Rebounds: 9 at Villanova (1-22-03)
Assists: 6 - twice
Steals: 5 vs. Morris Brown (12-4-01)
FGM: 6 - twice
FTM: 11 vs. Wichita State (11-24-03)
3-pt. FGM: 1 - 10 times
Minutes Played: 31 vs. St. John's (3-13-03)