After a strong junior season, Solomon Garrison continues to be a point guard on the rise. This season he was a large part of why Homestead accomplished a 24-3 record including an undefeated conference slate. 

On the season he scored 12.9 points per game while adding in a staggering 5.9 assists. With his outstanding play he was awarded first team all-conference honors. 

“I’m a guard who gets others involved. A guard with great court vision and quickness. Also, being an exceptional passer and scorer,” Garrison said to describe his own game. The junior is a pure point guard who is very skilled with the ball in his hands. He has great quickness with a tremendous ability to get into the paint and create for himself and his teammates. He excels with his playmaking ability as a very skilled passer as well to having good court vision. 

While not the biggest of players, Garrison more than makes up for it with his quickness and all his abilities. Some parts of his game he would like to improve include his defense and shooting, as well as just all aspects of his game. 

In the upcoming spring season, Garrison will be playing with the Chapman Basketball Academy 17U Elite team. His goals for his time with Chapman this year include showcasing his talents and “continuing to grow on and off the court.”