Marshon Brooks
Marshon  Brooks


Stone Mountain, Ga.

High School:
Tucker '07

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 200



Kris Dunn And Ben Bentil Headed To The 2016 NBA Draft

Friar duo looking to become first PC pair taken in the first round.


Kris Dunn Named Second Team Associated Press All-American, Ben Bentil Earned Honorable Mention Accolades

Dunn is first Friar to be named AP All-American since 2011.


Men’s Basketball Defeats St. John’s, 90-76

Jalen Lindsey led the Friars with a career-high 30 points


Men's Basketball Advances To BIG EAST Semifinal With 74-57 Win Over St. John's

Three Friars register double-doubles led by LaDontae Henton with 20 points and 12 rebounds.


Bryce Cotton Named Associated Press Honorable Mention All-America

He is the first Friar to earn AP honors since Marshon Brooks in 2011.

2010-11: Picked up 13 points, seven rebounds, three asissts and four steals in the season-opener versus Dartmouth (11/13/10)... Recorded his first double-double of the season against Yale (11/15/10) with 15 points and 12 rebounds...Picked-up his second-consecutive double-double against Morgan State (11/18/10), with 22 points and 12 rebounds...Registered a double-double with 22 points and 10 rebounds versus Prairie View A&M (11/20/10)... Registered a double-double with 20 points and 11 rebounds versus La Salle (11/23/10)...Scored 10 points and recorded three assists against Wyoming (11/24/10)...Recorded a game-high 26 points, along wtih six rebounds and four steals against Central Connecticut State (11/29/10)...Tallied 27 points and eight rebounds against Northeatern (12/1/10)...Scored 26 points and added nine rebounds against Rhode Island (12/4/10)...Recorded 33 points and eight rebounds against Brown (12/6/10)....Registered a double-double with 28 points and 10 rebounds against Boston College (12/8/10)...Scored 33 points and added eight rebounds against Alabama (12/11/10)...Named BIG EAST Player of the Week (12/13/10)...Registered a double-double with 25 points and 12 rebounds against Sacred Heart (12/21/10)...Led team with 27 points at No. 5/5 Syracuse (12/28/10), while playing all 40 minutes for the first time in his career...Scored 20 points versus St. John's (1/1/11)...Tallied 28 points and six rebounds against #5 Pittsburgh (1/4/11)...Scored 29 points and added three assists at Rutgers (1/8/11)...Scored 13 points and grabbed eight eight rebounds at West Virginia (1/13/11)...Scored 28 points against USF (1/16/11)...Recorded 27 points and three rebounds against #19 Louisville (1/22/10)...Tallied 20 points and eight rebounds against #8 Villanova (1/26/11)...Posted 20 points and five rebounds against Seton Hall (1/30/11)...Registered 24 points and seven rebounds against USF (2/2/11)...Registered a double-double with 43 points and 10 rebounds against #13 Georgetown (2/5/11)...Named BIG EAST Player of the Week (2/7/11)...Tallied 25 points and seven rebounds against #10 Connecticut (2/13/11)...Recorded 28 points and seven rebounds against DePaul (2/17/11)...Scored 27 points and added six rebounds against Cincinnati (2/19/11)...Scored a BIG EAST Record 52 points against #9 Notre Dame (2/23/11), making a BIG EAST record 20 field goals (20-28)...Scored 17 points against Marquette (2/27/11)...Named BIG EAST Player of the Week (2/28/11)...Tallied 12 points, seven assists and six rebounds against No. 11 Louisville (3/2/11)...Recorded 28 points, seven rebounds, five assists and three blocks against Rutgers (3/5/11)...Scored 20 points against Marquette (3/8/11)...Named First Team All-BIG EAST (3/6/11)...Named a FOXsports.com Fourth Team All-American (3/7/11)...Named to the NABC Division I All-District 5 First Team (3/9/11)...Named to USBWA District I All-District Team (3/10/11)...Named John R. Wooden Award Finalist (3/14/11)...Name to the 2011 Lute Olson All-America Team (3/25/11)...Named Cox Sports Rhode Island Basketball Media Men's Player of the Year (3/28/11)...Earned Associated Press Third Team All-America Honors (3/28/11)...Named to ECAC Division I All-Star First Team (3/29/11).

2009-10: Posted 10 points, seven rebounds, four assists and three steals versus Bryant (11/13/09)...Recorded 15 points, six rebounds and five assists against Bucknell (11/14/09)...Notched a game-high 26 points and grabbed seven rebounds versus Mercer (11/15/09)...Named World Vision Invitational Most Valuable Player (11/15/09)...Scored 22 points and grabbed five rebounds at Alabama (11/20/09)...Registered a game-high 24 points on 8-of-10 shooting and made five steals against Vermont (11/24/09)...Scored 16 points and grabbed four rebounds versus Boston College (11/28/09)...Had 10 points, four assists and three steals at Northeastern (12/1/09)...Posted eight points and six rebounds versus Brown (12/7/09)....Scored a team-high 19 points at George Washington (12/9/09)...Scored 18 points and registered seven rebounds versus Iona (12/12/09)...Registered 13 points versus Yale (12/21/09)...Registered 12 points, six rebounds and three assists at Notre Dame (12/30/09)...Posted 10 points, five rebounds and four steals at St. John's (1/3/10)...Tallied a team-high 21 points and grabbed four rebounds against Louisville (1/6/10)...Notched 15 points and six rebounds versus Rutgers (1/9/10)...Scored a team-high 17 points and recorded seven rebounds at DePaul (1/14/10)...Recorded 25 points and five rebounds against USF (1/23/10)...Scored 12 points at Cincinnati (1/30/10)...Notched 14 points at #3 Syracuse (2/2/10)...Scored 18 points and was 8-8 from the free-throw line versus #7/#8 Georgetown (2/9/10)...Scored 13 points versus #8/#8 West Virginia (2/17/10)...Recorded 23 points and four rebounds against #4 Syracuse (2/23/10)...Scored 16 points at USF (2/27/10)...Tallied 13 points and five rebounds at #17/#18 Pittsburgh (3/4/10)...Had nine points and seven rebounds versus Seton Hall (3/6/10)...Scored 15 points against Seton Hall (3/9/10).

2008-09: Scored four points and grabbed six rebounds versus Northeastern (11/15/08)...Registered 18 points, seven rebounds and three blocks against Dartmouth (11/18/08)...Posted 24 first-half points and finished with 30 points and five steals versus Sacred Heart (11/20/08)...Recorded eight points against Maine (11/22/08)...Scored 10 points and grabbed five rebounds versus Baylor (11/27/08)...Scored 12 points and was 5-9 from the field versus Charlotte (11/28/08)...Scored nine points versus Saint Mary's (11/30/08)...Posted 22 points and pulled down five rebounds against Brown (12/03/08)...Registered 14 points and five rebounds versus URI (12/06/08)...Scored 13 points at Boston College (12/20/08)...Had a team-high 18 points and added four rebounds against Bryant (12/22/08)...Recorded 15 points and had three steals versus St. John's (12/31/08)...Registered eight points at Cincinnati (1/7/09)...Posted a team-high 18 points and added four rebounds at #9 Georgetown (1/10/09)...Tallied a team-best 21 points and added six rebounds and three blocks versus #14 Marquette (1/17/09)...Scored 14 points at Seton Hall (1/22/09)...Registered 17 points and grabbed four rebounds and three steals versus #15 Syracuse (1/28/09)...Notched nine points at #2 Connecticut (1/31/09)...Did not play at West Virginia (2/7/09) due to an injury...Scored 14 points at South Florida (2/10/09)...Scored 12 points and grabbed six rebounds versus Rutgers (2/14/09)...Had seven points at #7 Louisville (2/18/09)...Posted six points, five rebounds, three assists and three steals against #1 Pittsburgh (2/24/09)...Recorded six points and six rebounds in NIT First Round versus Miami (3/18/09)...Earned the team's Coca-Cola Promising Prospect Award.

2007-08: Scored four points and grabbed four rebounds versus Harvard (11/24/07) in his collegiate debut...Scored four points and had two rebounds against Maine (11/27/07)...Scored seven points and was 4-4 from the free-throw line at #10 Marquette (1/3/08)...Recorded a team-high 15 points versus #22 Pittsburgh (2/12/08)...Scored 15 points on 6-10 shooting against Cincinnati (3/2/08).

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Tucker High School 2003-07...Helped Tucker High School post a 31-2 mark and capture the Class AAAA state title...Averaged 20.1 points, 6.0 assists and 8.0 rebounds in 33 games in 2007...Shot 53.3 percent from the field overall and 39 percent (47-119) from three-point territory as a senior...Earned 2007 Class AAAA All-State honors...Named MVP of the Peach State Classic and the East West All-Star Game...Averaged 9.8 points, 6.0 assists and 5.0 rebounds as a junior...Scored 57 points in a 16 and under AAU game. PROFILE

Name: Marshon S. Brooks

Birthdate: January 26, 1989

Major: Social Science

Family: Son of Darlyn Brooks and Freddie Woods. Has one sister, Naya.

Favorite Teams: Los Angeles Lakers

Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant

Hobbies: Playing video games and basketball

Biggest Thrill In Sports: When Kobe Bryant scored 81 points versus the Raptors

What I would Like to Do After I Leave Providence: Own my own business

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