|Previous College:||Coffeyville (Kan.) CC|
|Points||12 at Pacific, Nov. 23, 2004|
|Field Goals||6 at Pacific, Nov. 23, 2004|
|Field Goal Att.||9 vs. UC Irvine, Dec. 14, 2004|
|3-Pt. Field Goals||None|
|3-Pt Field Goal Att.||None|
|Free Throws||5 at New Mexico, Nov. 13, 2004|
|Free Throw Att.||6 at New Mexico, Nov. 13, 2004|
|Assists||1 five times|
|Blocked Shots||2 twice|
|Steals||1 seven times|
|Minutes||26 vs. Yale, Dec. 29, 2004|
AS A REDSHIRT SENIOR IN 2006-07: 23 appearances, including one start in his final season ... shot 57 percent from the floor ... chronic knee injury limited Parham to just under nine minutes a game ... missed games on Feb. 5 vs. USF and Feb. 10 at Portland with groin injury ... netted season high six points on Nov. 18 against Utah ... played season high 14 minutes three times, Nov. 20 against Cal, Dec. 16 against Stanford and Feb. 17 against USD ... had four rebounds and six points in 12 minutes vs. Eastern Washington on Dec. 11 ... had back-to-back four rebound games vs. LMU and Pepperdine on Jan. 27 and Jan. 29 ... had critical rebound dunk to give SCU eight-point lead last in game vs. Saint Mary's on March 4 in WCC Tournament semifinal ... played four minutes vs. Gonzaga in WCC Tournament Final on March 5.
AS A SENIOR IN 2005-2006: Granted a medical redshirt after playing only two games due to a knee injury ... played against UC Riverside in the Cable Car Classic and blocked two shots in eight minutes of action ... grabbed six rebounds in the win over Bucknell.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2004-2005: Registered a double-double in Bronco debut with 10 points and 11 rebounds against Duquesne in the NABC Classic ... went 4-for-6 from the field in 18 minutes against the Dukes ... scored nine the next night at New Mexico and went 5-for-6 from the free-throw line ... went 6-for-6 from the field for 12 points at Pacific ... earned first start in 86-76 win over Stanford ... scored 10 points on 5-for-7 shooting with five boards and a block in just 15 mins. at Montana ... grabbed 11 rebounds with two blocks against Chico State ... scored six points with four rebounds and a block in 18 minutes against San Francisco ... missed five games due to a knee injury suffered against San Francisco on Jan. 27.
JUNIOR COLLEGE INFORMATION: Played two seasons for coach Jay Herkelman at Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College ... helped lead the team to a fifth-place finish at the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) championships ... averaged 6.3 points and 4.3 rebounds per game, while shooting .554 from the field and blocking a team-leading 19 shots as a sophomore ... led team to 31-6 record as a sophomore ... defeated by Chipola JC 69-55 to end its run in the NJCAA tournament in Hutchinson, Kan. ... As a freshman, helped Coffeyville finish second in the NJCAA championships in 2002 ... Coffeyville led the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) in scoring defense, allowing just over 60 points per game.
HIGH SCHOOL INFORMATION: A 2002 graduate of Thornridge High School in Dolton, Ill. ... coached by Mike Flaherty ... led team to consecutive regional championships as a junior and senior ... a McDonald's All-America nominee ... averaged 10 points and eight rebounds per game as a senior ... helped the Falcons compile a 62-24 record in three seasons and advance to two regional playoff appearances ... a second-team all-Chicagoland area selection, despite suffering a minor knee injury early in his senior season ... registered a 14-point, 12-rebound effort in a win over highly-rated Joliet (Ill.) while playing only half the game after coming back from injury ... ranked as one of the top 50 prospects in the state of Illinois and one of the top 150 players nationally by Street & Smith's and Prepstars.
PERSONAL DATA: Born in Chicago, Ill. ... son of Gregory Parham and Ruby Blanton ... has four sisters (Jessica, Misty, Kelly and Alana) and a brother (Gregory) ... father played professional basketball in the NBA and in France ... enjoys computers and music production in addition to playing basketball.