Garrison Brooks News & Bio

Name:Garrison Brooks
Hometown:Lafayette, AL
High School:Auburn
Recruit Rating:4 Stars
Born:June 29, 1999 (20)
Height/Weight:6-9, 235
Position:Power Forward
Garrison Brooks Photo

Video: UNC Basketball Pre-Duke Player Interviews
UNC Basketball's starting five met with the media Thursday at the Smith Center to field questions about their season and Saturday’s home game versus Duke...

UNC-Duke Is Old Hat For Garrison Brooks
With a combined total of 12 players preparing to experience the North Carolina vs. Duke rivalry for the first time this weekend, one UNC player...

Lucas: Droughts
The struggles of North Carolina's Garrison Brooks and Armando Bacot aren't solely their fault. It's a team problem—the guards aren't getting them the ball frequently...

Tar Heels Searching for Offensive Answers
Maybe UNC’s three-game stretch beginning in Blacksburg and rolling through Raleigh was a rare exception and not a newfound offensive form. The Tar Heels had...

Quick Hitters – UNC vs. Boston College
Garrison Brooks and Armando Bacot once again dominated from the tip, scoring or assisting on UNC's first 10 points. However, Cole Anthony checked in around...

UNC vs. Boston College Preview
Cole Anthony is probable to play against Boston College after a nearly seven-week rehabilitation following surgery to repair a torn meniscus. Only two Tar Heels...

Carolina Insider Podcast: Garrison Brooks, "Far Away Tar Heel" Ticket giveaway
Jones Angell and Adam Lucas talk about UNC Basketball and the second half of the ACC season. Then, Garrison Brooks (AKA Mr. Pickle, AKA Lil...

Video: Garrison Brooks dishes on why he chose the Tar Heels over playing for his dad
UNC forward Garrison Brooks discusses with his difficult decision to back out of a verbal commitment to play for Mississippi State — where his...

3 Stars: UNC-State
Garrison Brooks was sensational scoring 25 points and grabbing seven rebounds. He gave the Tar Heels huge energy after a quick N.C. State start to...

Carolina Insider Podcast: UNC beats State & Miami, candid interview with Andrew Platek
North Carolina won for the seventh straight time in Raleigh. Jones Angell and Adam Lucas have a mini-Pod After Dark from courtside in PNC Arena...

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