Hometown:  Quincy, IL
Transfer to Quincy College and then University of South Florida

YEAR     Fr.
HEIGHT     6'2
WEIGHT     200
JERSEY     33
Games Played/Started 28/2   28/2
Minutes 306   306
   Per Game     10.9
Points 96   96
   Per Game 3.4   3.4
Rebounds 19   19
   Per Game 0.7   0.7
Blocks 1   1
Assists 30   30
Steals 19   19
Turnovers -   -
FG: Attempts 65   65
       Made 36   36
       Percent 55.4   55.4
FT: Attempts 36   36
       Made 24   24
       Percent 66.7   66.7
Production Points/Game 4.43   4.43
Production Points/Minute .405   .405

1979: Holds the school's single-game scoring record with 48 points against Galesburg. Owns second-highest single-season scoring average at 25.5 points per game in 1978-79. Unanimous all-stater in 1979.

1981:  Transferred to Quincy College

Douglas, a 1979 graduate, was the driving force behind the 1979 boys basketball team that won its first 32 games and was ranked number 1 in the Class AA state poll before losing to Maine South in the championship game. He led the Blue Devils in every offensive category that season except assists, averaging 25.5 points and 10.8 rebounds per game. He set school records for rebounds (355) and field goals (352) in a season and points in a game (48 against Galesburg). He finished with 843 points as a senior. He has 671 career rebounds, in school history. He averaged 18.9 points and 9.5 rebounds during his varsity career. Douglas was the most valuable player at the 1977 and 1978 QHS Thanksgiving Tournaments, and he was named to the all-state team by the Associated Press, the Chicago Sun-Times, the Chicago Tribune, the Association. He was named the most valuable player for the South AA team in the 1979 IBCA all-star game. He played one season at the University of Kansas before transferring to Quincy College, where he set a single-season record by scoring 25.6 points per game in his half-season there. He finished his college career at the University of South Florida.

Source:  Quincy Blue Devils Sports Hall of Fame