Earned his niche on the 2011 squad as a reserve long-range shooter...Demonstrated such ability on many occasions.
Shot a career-best 36 percent from 3-point range in his final season.
Career high in minutes played (32) came in season opener vs. Jacksonville.
Set a new career high with 10 points in Georgia's loss to Arkansas.
Two second-half 3-pointers proved critical in Bulldogs' win at Texas A&M.
Saw substantial action in 27 of 32 games, averaging 9.9 minutes per game.
Considered primarily as a shooter, he's also demonstrated his passing skills in limited time.
His most extensive playing time vs. an SEC team came in season finale, when he played 16 minutes vs. Vanderbilt.
Scoring high of six points came at South Carolina.
Played in 32 games and averaged 12.7 minutes as the Bulldogs' first backcourt reserve.
Made 25 three-point field goals, third-most among all Bulldogs. Eighty-one of his 99 total field-goal attempts were from 3-point range.
Played major roles in two early-season Georgia victories, scoring eight points against UAB and sinking three critical treys in the win at Georgia Tech.
Tried just 11 free throws all season and none after his two most important. Those two came with 39 seconds left in OT against Florida and gave the Bulldogs a 1-point lead.
Played one season at Northwest Florida State College in Niceville, Fla.
In the 2010 season with the Raiders, he averaged 13.7 points per game, second-best on the team.
Made an eye-popping 43 percent of his 263 three-point shots (113 x 263).
Also averaged 2.3 rebounds and 3.1 assists, shot 42 percent from the field and 78 percent from the line.
NWFSC went 30-5 in his one season, won its conference and state titles and reached the quarterfinalsof the National Junior College tournament in Hutchinson, Kan.
Was named the Panhandle Conference Freshman of the Year at season's end.
A key member of Dublin HS's 2009 Class AA state championship team.
Averaged 15.1 points per game for the Irish, who went 31-1 that year, including a season-ending, 23-game win streak.
Full Name: Sherrard Brantley
Birthdate/Birthplace: Sept. 30, 1990 / Dublin, Ga.
Mother: Annette Brantley
Academic Major: Consumer Economics
Nickname: Old School
Favorite TV Show: Martin, Jamie Foxx, Wayans Brothers, Everybody Hates Chris
Favorite Beverage: Orange Juice
Websites I most often visit:Livemixtapes, Worldstarhiphop
Favorite Academic Subject: Phys Ed
Most Challenging Subject: Math
My role models away from sports: My mom
Adjectives that I would use to describe myself: Old-Fashioned, Funny
Teammate that makes me laugh the hardest: Vincent Williams
Non-Athletic Accomplishment I'm proudest of: Going to college
Athletic Accomplishment I'm proudest of: Two state championships in high school, and also Freshman of the Year in my conference
My Most Prized Possession:My state championship rings
Pre-Game Ritual: Sleeping
Favorite NBA Team: L.A. Lakers
Favorite non-basketball pro team: Atlanta Braves
Favorite non-basketball athlete:Floyd Mayweather
Sport I'd like to try: Boxing
What drives me to excel in basketball: Just my love for the game and the work I invest into it
I chose my jersey number: Number 22 and 2 were already taken
The thing I like most about being part of this team: We like to have fun together and we all love to play basketball