Scored in double figures in eight of Georgia's 18 SEC games.
Had 12 points and three boards in SEC Tournament win over Ole Miss.
Career scoring high in SEC games of 15 points vs. Kentucky on Jan. 25.
Has 10 career 3-pointers, four of which cane in SEC play.
Saw his 1st action of the season Nov. 22 vs. Temple after a 3-game suspension.
Earned a spot in the starting lineup in 20 of Georgia's 32 games.
Performances vs. Ga. Tech and Iona marked a significant breakthrough after a quiet start to this collegiate career.
Scored in double figures in three of Georgia's 5-game December homestand.
Seven of his nine points vs. Ga. Tech came in the second half.
All 10 of his points vs. Southern Cal came in the second half.
Career-high 11 rebounds in Georgia's 2nd win over South Carolina.
Only double-figure scoring effort of the SEC schedule came in finale at Alabama (11 pts.).
Averaged 10.9 points and 8.0 rebounds per game as a senior, when Miller Grove captured its fourth straight Georgia Class AAAA state crown.
Also shot 52 percent FGs and averaged 2.3 blocks per game for the 24-9 Wolverines, who compiled a 112-19 record in his career there.
Averaged 9.3 points and 7.8 rebounds for the 2011 MGHS team which went 31-1 and ranked among the nation's top 10 teams throughout the season.
Full Name: Brandon Rasheed Morris
Birthdate/Birthplace: Jan. 12, 1994 / New York, N.Y.
Mother: Stephanie Pollock
Academic Major: Housing
Favorite TV Show: Family Guy, ESPN
Websites I most often visit: Twitter, Facebook
Favorite Foods: Wings, Crab Legs
Favorite Video Game: 2K12
Favorite Academic Subject: Science
Most Challenging Academic Subject: Math
Non-Basketball Interests and Hobbies: Going to the movies, hanging out with friends
Non-Athletic Talents: Drawing
How my teammates would describe me: Funny, Outgoing
Sports I'd Most Like to Try: Football
Teammate that makes me laugh the hardest: Vincent Williams
My Most Prized Possession: State Championship rings
Pre-Game Ritual: Listen to music
Superstition: Don't split the pole
Non-Athletic Accomplishment I'm proudest of: Making Honor Roll in 12th grade
Athletic Accomplishment I'm proudest of: Team MVP in junior year
What Got Me Started in Basketball: My mom introduced me to the YMCA.
What drives me to excel in basketball: Seeing my family in a better place.
When I was young and playing basketball, I used to pretend I was: Tracy McGrady
The thing I like most about being part of this team: I'm able to play comfortably within the system and I'm able to work on my game.