Basketball means the world to Parker Weber.
He says his passion for the sport was known when
he was in fourth grade.
The summer of his freshman year he was already able
to dunk a basketball.
Then came a scholarship to play at Division two Minnesota
But Parker's future with the sport has been temporarily
put on hold.
Six-foot-eight-inch Parker Weber was a force on the
basketball court for the Aquinas Blugolds whether
it was posting a double-double or winning a state
championship his junior season.
But for the past three years, something just wasn't
right at times.
24/44 I'd be playing in a basketball game and I'd
just have this deja-vu moment where I'd just stare
into space and my coaches were wondering what I was
They were mini-seizures related to a benign brain
tumor that was discovered this past May.
Surgery was scheduled immediatly to remove it.
25/49 Right after surgery, I actually didn't wake
up right away, and then when I did finally open my
eyes I wasn't able to stay up for more than five seconds
at a time
There were complications from brain surgery.
26/35 I don't really remember the past three days
after I woke up from surgery. I don't remember anything.