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#10 Ben Middlebrooks

Ben Middlebrooks - Men's Basketball - Clemson University Athletics
Position:
Forward/Center
Height:
6'10.5"
Weight:
242
Class:
So.
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Hometown:
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
High School:
Westminster Academy
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BIO

2021-22

  • Played in 26 games as a freshman and earned four starts.
  • Playing time was limited until injuries to Hunter Tyson and PJ Hall late in the season. Started four consecutive games, including playing 27 minutes in a win at Boston College (Feb. 26).
    • Scored a season-high eight points on 4-for-6 shooting and added nine rebounds, including four on the offensive glass.
  • Scored six points and grabbed three rebounds in an early season win over Charleston Southern (Nov. 26).
  • Blocked a season-high two shots on two occasions against Charleston Southern and Georgia Tech (March 2).

Before Clemson

  • Middlebrooks is a 6-10, 232-pound frontcourt player who is rated as a four-star prospect, according to ESPN.
  • As a senior at Westminster Academy, he averaged 20.5 points and 13.6 rebounds per game. During his junior year at Westminster Academy, he averaged 20.0 points and 13.0 rebounds per game.
  • He was a member of Each 1 Teach 1 Elite basketball program and they reached the Elite Eight of the 2021 Nike EYBL Peach Jam. He finished second in rebounding during Peach Jam with 9.9 per game. He also tallied 7.7 points per contest.
  • Middlebrooks chose Clemson over Florida, Auburn, Georgia, Ole Miss, Virginia Tech, Notre Dame and Dayton.

Personal

  • Middlebrooks’ sister, Mackenzy, was a member of Clemson’s women’s tennis program and graduated in 2021.

“The Clemson Family certainly rings true with the Middlebrooks. I’m very happy that Ben chose to join his sister and become a Tiger,” said Brownell. “Ben is a skilled, versatile big who moves very well for his size and rebounds the ball at a high level. He has a high motor and excels because of his skill level and high basketball IQ. His passion for Clemson was evident throughout the recruiting process and fans will see it in his play.”