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Four-star OSU Signee Brandon Garrison Earns McDonald’s All-American Honors

OSU is officially adding one of the most highly-decorated seniors in America.

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Four-star OSU hoops signee Brandon Garrison became just the latest star recruit for the Cowboys to earn McDonald’s All-American distinction after the rosters were released on Tuesday. Garrison joins a long list of ex-Pokes who earned such honors as high school seniors like Marcus Smart, Cade Cunningham, Le’Bryan Nash, Byron Eaton, Gerald Green and Jawun Evans.

Garrison was named to the West roster where he will play next to Bronny James, the eldest son of LeBron James, who is the only uncommitted player in the game this year. Also on Garrison’s team will be No. 1 overall recruit and USC-bound Isaiah Collier and a trio of incoming Big 12 recruits in Iowa State signee Omaha Biliew, Baylor signee Ja’Kobe Walter and Texas signee Ron Holland. The only other incoming Big 12 recruit, Kansas signee Elmarko Jackson, was named to the East roster.

Garrison is the tenth-highest ranked signee in OSU basketball history according to the 247Sports Composite rankings and the consensus No. 1 player in the state of Oklahoma. The Del City native, a 6-foot-9 big man, committed to OSU last summer over a list of suitors that included Texas, Florida, LSU, Texas A&M, Kansas and others. He officially signed with OSU during the early signing period as the headliner of a top-10 recruiting class.

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