Marcus Denmon
Marcus Denmon


Kansas City, Mo.

High School:
Hogan Prep

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 185




Mizzou Basketball Trio Selected For Top Instructional Camps

Dixon, Pressey and Clarkson tabbed to three of the country's top summer events


Sixty-NineMizzou Student-Athletes to Graduate

Commencement exercises will take place Friday, Saturday and Sunday


Denmon, Ratliffe to Compete in Final Four Events

Denmon will compete in the Hampton Hotels Men's 3-Point Championship and Ratliffe will play in the Reese's Division I College All-Star Game


Denmon Named AP Second Team All-American

Tiger senior is program's 21st All-American.


Mizzou Basketball Banquet Set for April 9

Fans Invited to Celebrate Amazing Season, Honor Senior Class


Denmon after Tigers beat OSU

Denmon OSU Post-Game


Tigers Top OSU at Big 12's

Big 12 OSU Highlights


Top plays from win over Cowboys

OSU Top 5


Tigers take down Tech

Mizzou beats Texas Tech


Denmon addresses Crowd

Denmon Sr. Speech


Missouri Men's Basketball vs. Norfolk State - NCAA Tournament - March 16, 2012

Missouri Men's Basketball vs. Norfolk State - NCAA Tournament - March 16, 2012


NCAA March Madness Selection Sunday Watch Party

NCAA March Madness Selection Sunday Watch Party - March 11, 2012


Big 12 Men's Basketball Championships - Missouri vs. Baylor

Big 12 Men's Basketball Championships - Missouri vs. Baylor - March 10, 2012


No. 5 Missouri vs. No. 12 Baylor

No. 5 Missouri vs. No. 12 Baylor - AP Photo Gallery. Big 12 Finals


Big 12 Men's Basketball Championships - Missouri vs. Texas

Big 12 Men's Basketball Championships - Missouri vs. Texas - March 9, 2012

Honors & Awards
2011 All-Big 12 First Team
2011 NABC All-District
2011 USBWA All-District
2010 All-Reserve Team (Big 12 Media)
2010 Phillips 66 Classroom Champion
ESPN SportsCenter #1 Play of the Day on March 26, 2009

2010-11: Earned First Team All-Big 12 honors after averaging 16.9 points, 3.5 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 1.8 steals per game ... Led the Tigers in scoring, 3-point shots made (82) and three-point field goal percentage (.448) ... Ranked in the top 10 in the Big 12 in scoring (7th), field goal percentage (5th), steals (3rd), 3-point percentage (2nd), and 3-point makes per game (5th) ... His 82 3-point makes were the 7th most in school history and his 3-point percentage tied fellow Kansas City native Kareem Rush for 7th ... Started 33-of-34 games and reached double figures in 30 contests, topping 20 points 12 times ... Scored 19 or more points in seven of his last eight games ... Shot 50 percent from the floor for the year, the highest for a Missouri guard since Rickey Paulding in 2001-02 ... Voted team MVP by his teammates at the annual awards banquet ... Topped 1,000 career points in the home win vs. Texas Tech ... His 1,156 career tallies is 29th all-time in school history ... Incredibly efficient player that had 61 assists and just 32 turnovers last season ... Needs just 28 more steals to move into the Mizzou all-time Top 10 ... Needs 29 games played in 2011-12 (along with teammate Kim English) to break the school record of 134 held by Mike Sandbothe (1986-89).

One of the Big 12's most-improved players as a sophomore, averaging 10.4 points, 2.9 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 0.9 steals ... Saw his scoring totals increase to 10.9 points in Big 12 play ... Shot .418 percent from three point range in league action and .407 percent for the year ... That .407 percent three-point shooting ranked #7 in the Big 12, while his 2.0 makes per game ranked #10 ... Made four starts, but was one of the league's most effective sixth men, earning a nod on the All-Reserve Team, chosen by a panel of Big 12 sportswriters ... Reached double figures in scoring 16 times, including four 20-point games in Big 12 competition ... Missouri was 4-0 when Denmon dropped in 20 or more, including three road wins at Texas Tech (20), Colorado (22) and Nebraska (24) ... The 24 tallies at Nebraska marked a career high ... He hit 8-of-12 shots from the floor and a career-best 5-of-7 three-pointers in the win ... Hit at least one trey in 14-of-16 Big 12 games, including 10 games with multiple triples ... Also an improving defender and passer, he dished five assists in the win against Oklahoma State and two steals and 12 points in the win against #10 Kansas State.

Versatile guard for the Tigers as a rookie, that played double-figure minutes in all-38 games in 2008-09 ... Finished #6 all-time among Missouri freshmen with 34 three-point makes, including a memorable 60-footer at the half of MU's 102-91 Sweet 16 win against #2 Memphis ... That play was #1 on ESPN's Plays of the Day ... Was Mizzou's top free throw shooter by percentage at 79.5 percent and ranked among team leaders with 54 assists and 34 steals ... Those 34 thefts were tops amongst Tiger newcomers and actually equaled the 34 steals enjoyed by both Anthony Peeler and Clarence Gilbert during their freshmen campaigns ... Reached double figures nine times, including 15 tallies in his Division I debut against Prairie View A&M and a career high 16 vs. Iowa State at home ... Hit a career high 4-of-6 treys vs. the Cyclones for the best shooting night of his young career ... Also reached double figures with 14 points in the home win against Texas Tech and 14 against California.

High School:
All-State performer as a senior at Hogan Prep High School and the winner of the prestegious DiRenna Award as the top player in the Kansas City Metro Area as a senior ... Two-time all-metro pick by the Kansas City Star and was named MVP of the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Game ... Team MVP for Hogan Prep High School after leading the Rams to a the Class 3 State Championships in Columbia, Mo. ... Hogan Prep finished the season with a third place finish ... Averaged 28.5 points and 5.8 rebounds and was named Player of the Year in the State of Missouri (all classes) by MaxPreps.com ... Ranked among the nation's Top 100 players (No. 88) by Scout.com recruiting guru Eric Bossi and was a three-star recruit by rivals.com ... High School coach was Steve Stitzer ... Played on the AAU circuit for L.J. Goolsby and Kansas City Pump N Run ... Played AAU ball with fellow Tiger freshman Steve Moore.

Son of Marcus and Bertha Denmon... Full name is Marcus Edward Denmon ... Born in Kansas City, Mo. ... Majoring in general studies and would like to become a basketball coach following his playing career ... Full-filled his childhood dream by becoming a Missouri Tiger ... Uncle Martinez Denmon played basketball at Iowa State and brother Martane Freeman played collegiately at Colorado ... Lists leading his team to the Missouri High School Final Four as his favorite moment in basketball thus far ... Favorite movies are all three of the Friday's ... Mike Epps is his favorite actor ... Favorite food is tacos ... Lists football as his hidden talent off the basketball court and was a standout receiver and defensive back at Hogan Prep.

More Headlines
Online Stores
Official Store
Official Online

Top Videos
Download Schedules:   Add to calendar

Follow us!

Shelter Insurance
Shelter Insurance
Fan Poll
Where will Baseball finish in the SEC East this season?