Breaking: Texas Longhorns Transfer Target Oklahoma State Star Announces Decision

Transfer target for the Texas Longhorns, Brandon Garrison, announces decision
Brandon Garrison, a transfer from Oklahoma State, was the focus of the Texas Longhorns.

AUSTIN: In order to fill its frontcourt needs this offseason, the Texas Longhorns will have to search elsewhere on the transfer site.

Brandon Garrison, a transfer center from Oklahoma State, announced on social media on Tuesday that he has committed to Kentucky, picking the Wildcats over Texas, Arkansas, and Oklahoma.


It didn’t really impact in the recruiting race overall since he had visited the Longhorns the weekend of April 20–21 before heading to Fayetteville to visit the Razorbacks. Garrison never paid Lexington a formal visit before selecting Kentucky and new head coach Mark Pope.

During his rookie season, Garrison, who is from Oklahoma City, averaged 7.5 points, 5.3 rebounds, and 1.5 blocks. For the Cowboys, he started 29 out of 32 games and scored at least 20 points three times.

The Vanderbilt transfer Malik Presley committed to the Longhorns on Monday, while the team added five other players through the transfer portal: Jordan Pope, Jayson Kent, Julian Larry, and Tramon Mark.

Texas’ roster is starting to take shape, but as the offseason goes on, head coach Rodney Terry and the Longhorns will still need to address their frontcourt.

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