2013-14: As a sophomore with the Drovers, Tucker played in every game and saw 26 starts on the season. Tucker was dangerous beyond the arc, sinking 56 long-range shots for a three-point percentage of .421 on the year. He led the team and came in 33rd in the NAIA in three-point field goal percentage. Also, he was second on the team in assists with 67. For the year, he scored 286 points and grabbed 86 rebounds. In a January contest against Southwestern Christian, Tucker had a season-high 22 points off seven field goals, five of which were three-pointers.
2012-13: Tucker played point guard one season at Paris Junior College. There, he was fourth in the country in assist-to-turnover ratio.
High School: In high school, Tucker was named All-District First Team his senior year and All-Tournament at the Beaumont Tournament. He helped his team to become two-time State Champions and State Runners Up once. He averaged 12 points and six assists a game and was ranked in Texas’ Top 50 best players.
Interesting Fact: Is a decent baseball player
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