2014-15 SEASON OUTLOOK
Brandon Parrish saw significant minutes for TCU during his first year on campus and with a year under his belt, the sophomore could have a breakout season ... A streaky shooter, look for Parrish to only improve his numbers from his freshman campaign in which he showed he had the ability to score from anywhere on the floor.
2013-14 | FRESHMAN SEASON
Parrish started 30 games in his debut campaign ... he ranked fifth on the team with an average of 8.0 points per game ... scored in double figures in 13 games this season, which included a career-high 18 vs. West Virginia ... led TCU in scoring three times and was second on the team in three-point field goals made (34) ... led the Horned Frogs with 13 points against SMU ... made it two straight games with 13 points against Longwood ... had all new career-highs in field goals attempted (17), rebounds (6) and assists (4) at Baylor ... led the team with 15 points against Kansas ... one of three Horned Frogs in double-digits against Texas with 10 points ... recorded a career-high three blocks against Baylor ... throughout the course of the season, when Parrish scored 15 or more in a single-game, TCU went 3-3.
The first player to commit to TCU head coach Trent Johnson, Parrish was rated as the nation's No. 143 overall player for the Class of 2013 and the No. 25 small forward by Rivals.com ... rated as the nation's No. 27 shooting guard by ESPN and the No. 15 overall player in the state of Texas ... owns great size and athletic ability with a college-ready physique ... a dangerous 3-point shooting threat who also is explosive enough to take defenders to the rim ... averaged 14.2 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game as a junior for a Seguin squad that won the District 7-4A title ... named First-Team All-District 7-4A in 2012 ... coached at Seguin by Bobby Thigpen ... plays AAU ball for the Urban DFW Elite squad coached by Jazzy Hartwell ... an AAU teammate of fellow TCU freshman Karviar Shepherd ... selected TCU over other offers from a selection of schools that included Marquette, Iowa, Oklahoma State and Miami.