Quentin Groves - Family

Family

Groves was born in Greenville, Mississippi to Barbara and Bennett Groves and has two brothers, Antonial and Bennett. On July 31, 2006, he married Treska Baptiste, a member of Auburn's track team who hails from Trinidad. The couple have two sons; Que'Mani Kassan Shiloh Grooves and Que'Jaah Grooves.

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