- 6' 1
- 180 lbs.
- High School/Other
- John Bartram
- Philadelphia, Pa.
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Talented young guard who will see meaningful time in the back court … Strong, explosive player who can score the ball … Has a feel for the game … Tough, strong “Philly” guard who can create his own shot … Can play either guard position, but has gotten more work during the preseason at his natural scoring guard position.
2011-12: Has appeared in eight games, making one start ... Scored 13 points in first career start, also adding three assists in the season opener against East Tennessee State ... Missed just one shot and tallied a career-high 18 points against Monmouth ... Dished out a career-high five assists against FIU ... Grabbed two boards and added four points against Oklahoma State.
2010-11: Appeared in 30 games as a freshman ... Averaged 2.7 points in 6.6 minutes per game ... Recorded 80 points, 13 assists, 10 three-pointers, eight rebounds and five steals in 197 total minutes played ... Named to the All-ACC Academic team ... Made his first collegiate appearance against Campbell ... Notched his first career assist at UNC-Greensboro ... Had one assist in three minutes of play against Cal. State Northridge ... Scored his first career points against Oklahoma State, registering six ... Scored three points and notched his first career rebound against UNLV ... Scored a career-high nine points off the bench against Penn State, going three-for- four both in the field and at the line, while adding one assist ... Made his first career three-pointer against Mississippi State, going one-for-two behind the arc ... Earned a rebound and an assist against St. Bonaventure ... Drained his second career three-pointer against USC Upstate ... Notched a career-high 16 points against Mount St. Mary’s, going seven-for-nine in the field, while adding two assists and his first career steal ... Scored five points including Tech’s only three-pointer in his first ACC competition, playing eight minutes against Florida State ... Scored five points with a rebound and a steal against Wake Forest ... Was perfect from the field, draining two threes in eight minutes on the court versus Miami ... Sunk his only three-point attempt against Georgia Tech, with a rebound and an assist in 10 minutes on the court ... Sunk his first career free throws in ACC play against Maryland while adding a career-best two steals ... Scored three points in just four minutes in his postseason debut against Georgia Tech in the ACC Tournament ... Went one-for-two from the field in two minutes on the court against Duke in the ACC Tournament Semifinals ... Scored seven points, sinking three-of-three at the line, in a career-high 23 minutes of play against Bethune-Cookman in the first round of the NIT.
High School: Four-year letter winner at John Bartram High School under coach James Brown … First team All-City selection by the Philadelphia Daily News and a first team All-State selection in Class AAAA by the Associated Press as a junior and senior … Leading scorer in Philadelphia and the Philly Public League as a junior and senior … Team captain as a senior … Scored 2,198 career points, third-most in Philadelphia Public League history.
Personal: Tyrone W. Garland … Son of Audrey Tyler … Has one brother.