2007-08 Season (Junior):
Left the team after 19 games because of personal family reasons ... A starter in eight games at point-guard ... Hit .833 (40-for-48), tops on the team and at the time of his departure was fifth-best in the Big West ... Ninth in the Big West in steals (1.5 spg) at the time of his departure.
College Of Southern Idaho:
Played his sophomore season (2006-07) at the College of Southern Idaho, the winningest program in junior college history ... Helped the Golden Eagles to a 30-7 record, a co-championship in league competition (15-5) and a trip to the National Junior College Tournament in Hutchinson, Ks ... On a team that ranked ninth in the nation in scoring (106 ppg), Paul was asked to be primarily a playmaker and ball stealer ... Started 15 of 23 games played ... Averaged a team-leading 4.5 assists per game ... In ten games, dished out five or more assists including a season-high ten assists ... Collected 56 steals (2.4 spg) ... Collected a season-high seven steals in two games, and in eight games had three or more steals ... In five games, grabbed five or more rebounds ... Averaged 5.4 points per game ... Began his collegiate career at Salt Lake City Community College ... Helped lead the team to a 22-8 record (2005-06) ... Thus in two seasons of junior college basketball, helped CSI and SLCCC to a 52-15 record.
Dunbar High School:
Prepped at Dunbar High School in Washington, D.C. ... As a senior, averaged 15 points, 8.6 assists and 6.2 rebounds per game in leading his team to a division championship and a 24-6 record ... Played in the Jordan Classic All-Star game and was named to the all-tournament team at the L.A. Tournament ... Graduated in 2005.
Born July 20, 1987 in Washington, D.C. ... Parents are Dana Wayne and Paul Winestock ... Stepmother is Ranee Marsing ... Has one sister, Alexis ... Also recruited by many schools including Temple, Boise State, Fresno State and Northern Iowa ... Since Paul is from the Washington D.C. area, his favorite NBA team is the Wizards ... Likes the playing style of Tony Parker of the San Antonio Spurs ... Favorite movie is Friday After Next, and his favorite tv show is Martin ... Enjoys the music of Christina Milian ... His greatest sport moment was winning the Region-18 title last year while at College of Southern Idaho ... His advice to young people is to stay in school ... If an autobiography were to be written about Paul, the title would be "The Ups and Downs of Paul Wayne" ... Loves to shop ... If he could change one thing about the world, he would make sure everybody had food to eat ... He says his sister, Alexis, always makes him smile ... His greatest hero is his mom ... Sociology major.