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Name:Garrison Brooks
Hometown:Lafayette, AL
High School:Auburn
Recruit Rating:4 Stars
Born:June 29, 1999 (19)
Height/Weight:6-9, 230
Position:Power Forward
Notes:Basketball
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Lucas: A Grownup
With five minutes left in the North Carolina-Gonzaga game, this story was going to be about Garrison Brooks. It had to be. One of the...

Video: UNC Players Post-Gonzaga Locker Room Interviews
UNC defeated No. 4 Gonzaga, 103-90, on Saturday at the Smith Center on a night both teams shot better than 50 percent from the floor...

Six moments that have defined 2018 for UNC men's basketball
On Jan. 9, with his team 1-2 in the ACC and 12-4 on the season, Roy Williams made a lineup adjustment that ended up changing...

UNC Basketball, Football Players Sign Silent Sam Protest Letter
Many North Carolina football and basketball players have joined fellow UNC student-athletes and signed an open letter denouncing the university's plans for Silent Sam. Among...

Garrison Brooks shows improvement as No. 2 big
The No. 32 power forward and No. 131 overall player in the 247Sports Composite, Garrison Brooks had his moments as a freshman, starting 16 games...

Ten Takeaways from UNC's First Three Basketball Games
After three games, there is some clarity about the 2018-19 UNC basketball team. Roy Williams has started the same lineup each game, going with...

Video: UNC Takes Down Stanford 90-72 in Home Opener - Highlights
Four Tar Heels scored in double figures as a 52-point first half capped with a Luke Maye 3 at the buzzer led the Tar Heels...

Garrison Brooks aims for breakthrough sophomore season
Garrison Brooks admits he models his game after a former Tar Heel big man. It just might not be the player you expected. “I think...

Three observations from Carolina's victory over Wofford
Garrison Brooks looked like a new man in last week’s exhibition win over Mount Olive, but naturally, that performance was approached with guarded optimism given...

The New & Improved Garrison Brooks
One might say Garrison Brooks is a changed man. Actually, Garrison himself is saying that, repeating his new mantra following North Carolina’s 78-67 victory at...


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