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Oklahoma State Signee Brandon Garrison Named Oklahoma Gatorade Player of the Year

He is the first OSU signee to win the award since Stevie Clark (not including Bryce Thompson).



The list of accolades keep stacking up for Brandon Garrison.

Garrison, an Oklahoma State basketball signee, was named Oklahoma’s Gatorade Player of the Year on Wednesday. A 6-foot-9 big from Del City, Garrison is the No. 42 player in the country and a McDonald’s All-American. With his Gatorade Player of the Year honor, Garrison joins a list of Oklahomans like Bryce Thompson, Trae Young, Blake Griffin, Obi Muonelo and Chianti Roberts to have earned the honor.

The last player to win the award and go straight to Oklahoma State (aka not Bryce Thompson, who went to Kansas before transferring to Stillwater) was Stevie Clark, who took home the honor in 2012 and 2013.

Garrison is coming off a state-title winning season with the Eagles where he had 17 points and 16 rebounds in the championship game. He was named the 5A tournament’s most valuable player.

Garrison heads an exciting crop of prospects en route to Stillwater. Mike Boynton’s 2023 class ranks ninth nationally. Eric Dailey Jr., Justin McBride and Jamyron Keller join Garrison as four-star prospects, while OSU also brings in three-star Broken Arrow standout Connor Dow.

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