Another week, another national championship for the Pac-10 as Arizona State women's golfers tossed another title into the conference's bin. CougZone counts 'em up with the conference of champions.[details]
2005 (Redshirt):HIGH SCHOOL — Utilizes the size to be able to look over the defensive line while displaying a solid arm and good accuracy. The PrepStar all-region pick ranked among the top 75 prep prospects in Georgia and one of the top 28 quarterbacks in the nation following last year’s 12-1 record and a 8-AA league championship. Completed 58 percent of his passes for 1,423 yards and 18 touchdowns as a senior despite operating within the confines of a run-oriented system. Threw for over 1,500 yards and 10 scores in 2004 while suffering only three interceptions to lead team to state runner-up finish. The Wolves accumulated a 25-3 record over his final two prep years, with Roper serving a role in a program that has set the Georgia high school record for consecutive wins (47). The team captain helped lead program to region titles his junior and senior seasons in addition to earning Gwinnett County pre-season accolades prior to his final prep campaign. Also served as a guard on the school’s basketball team that has fashioned a 16-5 record, sporting per-game averages of 7.3 points, 5.8 rebounds and 2.2 steals. The four-sport letterman also finished third in the state high jump as a junior, posting a school record of 6-6, and was clocked in 1:04 in the 100-meter breastroke on the school’s swim team.
Personal: Born Justin Parks Roper on July 28, 1987 in Douglassville, Ga. Parents: Brad and Donna Roper. Family: Two sisters. High School (Coach): Buford (Jess Simpson), 2006.