Brandon Parrish signs his first professional contract with the Worcester Wolves for our upcoming 2017/18 season.

Parrish joins us after a successful season at Texas Christian University (TCU). He was part of the 2016/17 team that was crowned 2017 National Invitational Tournament (NIT) Champions and made the final of the Big 12 conference, upsetting nationally ranked Kansas in the process.

He comes to the club as a versatile combo forward/guard with the reputation as a quality 3-point shooter and the ability to use his size and athleticism to get to the basket to score.

He will also be valuable as as a key defensive stopper, which was demonstrated last season whilst defending a variety of players including a number of recently drafted NBA draft picks.

Worcester Wolves Director of Basketball, Dale Ryan, he said “Brandon comes to the club highly recommended by TCU Associate Head Coach, David Patrick”

He added “Not only was he a significant contributor to their national title winning programme, but he was also held in very high regard for the contribution he made to the university and community during his time at TCU.”

“We are excited about what he will bring to the Wolves programme and hope that his championship winning success is replicated in the BBL”

Brandon Parrish is the Worcester Wolves second signing of the summer and will join returning point guard Ashton Khan for the 2017/18 season, which kicks off at the University of Worcester Arena on the 29th September, against London Lions.

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