Garrison Brooks News & Bio

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
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Media Day Q&A: Seventh Woods, Garrison Brooks
North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams held a press conference to preview the 2018-19 season, players posed for photos, returning players conducted interviews, and the...

Video: UNC Basketball Preview - Garrison Brooks
Inside Carolina's Greg Barnes and Rob Harrington examine what to expect from North Carolina sophomore big man Garrison Brooks this season. Brooks is one of...

UNC big men fueled by last season, Johnson finally pain-free, Black's unique skillset
Of North Carolina's four true post players, Garrison Brooks and Sterling Manley are competing for top billing. Hearing time and again that the post was...

Video: UNC Media Day Player Interviews
North Carolina’s basketball program held its annual Media Day on Tuesday at the Smith Center, as the Tar Heels are nearly two weeks into preparation...

The Top Battles for Playing Time Between Freshmen and Returning Stars
During North Carolina's international tour in the Bahamas this summer, Nassir Little received the nod off the bench. Could that change next month? The competition...

2018-19 ACC Basketball Preview: Duke, Virginia, UNC top loaded conference
Luke Maye is one of the nation’s most versatile weapons. He’s a double-double machine who can also hit threes. Cameron Johnson and Kenny Williams are...

NBC Sports College Basketball Preseason Top 25
9. North Carolina: Where you rank UNC in the preseason is going to depend on how good you think their freshmen — Coby White and...

Sporting News updated preseason college basketball Top 25
6. North Carolina: The sooner the point guard job finds its way to Coby White’s hands, the better for the Tar Heels. Here’s the honest...

Garrison Brooks Adds Weight, Prepares for Bigger Role
Garrison Brooks started the first 16 games of the 2017-18 season before North Carolina coach Roy Williams switched up the lineup and went with Cameron...

North Carolina basketball: Four takeaways from the Bahamas
UNC has no shortage of offensive talent, with at least five players scoring in double figures in both games. The Tar Heels shot 56 percent...

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