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Posted On: 11/8/21 7:44 PM

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If this past Saturday was any indication, Oklahoma high school basketball fans are in for a treat over this next couple of seasons. The junior class is shaping up to be one of the best in recent years and is starting to looking deeper. Let’s take a look at a group of them that stood out this past weekend in Texas. 

Brandon Garrison Brandon Garrison 6'9" | C Del City | 2023 State #17 Nation OK , 6’9 Center Class of 2023, Del City

Oklahoma has produced its fair share of dominant post players in recent years. Garrison is shaping up to be among the very best with the way he owns the glass on both ends of the court. The Del City attacks missed shots with ferocity, which leads to put back scores on offense. And when grabbing defensive boards it’s similar but he also keeps the ball secured and high from the opposition while looking down the court for his outlets to get out in transition.  

In a match up against UNLV bound KyeRon Lindsay of Denton Guyer and Garrison dominated the senior forward in the paint. Even when Lindsay stepped out to shoot a jumper,

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