Quick, athletic guard who saw time at both back court positions Averaged a team-high 5.0 assists during the Lobos' Bahamas tour over the summer 2007 BTI All-Tournament Team selection
2007-08 SeNIOR Season
1.97 A/TO ratio on the season was 5th in the MWC
Had a span of five-plus games without a TO this season earlier in the season
Six assists at Colorado State was his most in a MWC game this season
Tied a season-high with 19 points on 6-8 shooting from 3-pt. range, 1-2 from the FT line, in 22 minutes off the bench at TCU...Career-high for 3-pt. FGs
15 points off the bench at Wyoming...also had four assists and two steals
13 points off the bench at UTEP...eight points in OT
Tied a season high with 19 points off the bench against San Diego...went 7-9 from the field, 2-3 from 3-pt. range and 3-5 from the FT line
19 points off the bench vs. Loyola Marymount
Tied a career-high with eight assists against Eastern Washington
2006-07 JUNIOR SEASON
Named honorable mention All-MWC Saw action in 31 games with 19 starts Averaged a team-high 3.3 apg...had 101 assists on the season...first Lobo with over 100 assists in a year since Marlon Parmer had 182 in 2001...7th in the MWC in assists Averaged 8.9 ppg for the season 1.91 assist/turnover ratio was third in the MWC Averaged 11.7 ppg and 4.0 apg in MWC action Shot 42.5% from 3-pt. range in MWC play Led the team with 35 steals Career-high 28 points at Utah tied for the most by a Lobo in the season Hit double figures in scoring in his last four games of the season, averaging 18.3 ppg in that span.
2005-06 SOPHOMORE SEASON
Averaged 2.0 ppg in 23 games Shot 56.7% from the floor and 50% (8/16) from 3-pt. range Sore knee flared up against TCU, limiting him to one minute of action Also kept him out of the Wyoming game at The Pit Season-high eight points, all in the second half, against TCU in The Pit Went 3-3 from the field, hitting a pair of big 3-pt. FGs late in the game.
2004-05 FRESHMAN SEASON
Saw action in 25 games, including his first collegiate start at Utah on Jan. 22 Only freshman to start a game in 2004-05 Averaged 1.9 ppg and 7.8 mpg Scored double figures once with 11 points against Mississippi Valley State on Dec. 28 Was granted a scholarship in late April 2004 after the NCAA repealed the 5/8 rule.
A 2004 graduate of Alamogordo HS in Alamogordo, N.M. Prentice was named first team all-state by the Associated Press after leading Alamogordo High to a 22-6 record and an appearance in the Class 5A semifinals The Tigers lost to Albuquerque Cibola in the semis in The Pit Prentice averaged 23.4 points, 5.5 assists and 5.1 rebounds for head coach Mike Day.
Born May 11, 1986, in London, England Raised in San Antonio, Texas, for much of his youth before moving to Alamogordo, during high school Full name is Darren Devaughn Prentice Son of Paul and Myra Prentice Has five older brothers, Darius, Lamont, Derek, Jose and Michael Majoring in University Studies.