RCSI: 88 (2003)
Height: 6'9" (206 cm)
Weight: 203 lbs (92 kg)
Age: 32.9
Position: PF
Jerseys: #33, #6, #8, #25
High School: Silver Bluff High School (South Carolina)
Hometown: Jackson, SC
Agent: Johnny Foster
College: South Carolina
Current Team: South Carolina
Win - Loss: 13 - 13

Basic Per Game Stats

Season GP Min Pts 2pt 3pt FT Rebounds Ast Stl Blk TO PF
M A % M A % M A % Off Def Tot
2012/13 46 24.6 8.1 2.4 5.0 47.8% 0.8 2.2 36.0% 1.0 1.7 59.2% 2.2 4.3 6.5 1.2 0.7 1.4 1.1 2.4


Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, Day Four (part one)

Jonathan Givony
Jonathan Givony
Joseph Treutlein
Joseph Treutlein
Eric Weiss
Eric Weiss
Apr 09, 2007, 03:54 am
This was another intriguing showing by South Carolina’s raw power forward Brandon Wallace, doing a good job using his athleticism to the fullest on both ends of the floor. He clearly looks better suited for the up and down tempo we find here rather than the stagnant half-court offense he played in at South Carolina, and as a result has improved notably from game to game here.

Wallace ran the floor extremely well today and did a nice job presenting himself around the rim for easy finishes. He is a very frail power forward who can’t finish very well if being contested excessively, but his length, terrific athleticism and excellent activity level help him out tremendously in this area. Wallace also stepped outside on one occasion and knocked down a very good looking 3-pointer. He’s got decent touch and form on his jump-shot, and could reasonably be expected to develop this part of his game into a weapon in a few years via the D-League or overseas. Wallace isn’t the smartest or most skilled player in the world right now, but he has some nice tools that could intrigue some teams down the road, and therefore it will be interesting to track his progress over the next few seasons wherever he ends up.

Portsmouth Invitational Tournament: Day Three

Jonathan Givony
Jonathan Givony
Joseph Treutlein
Joseph Treutlein
Eric Weiss
Eric Weiss
Apr 07, 2007, 04:44 am
Over the past two games Brandon Wallace has shown a distinct knack for getting to the offensive glass, which is particularly impressive when considering how underdeveloped he is from a physical standpoint. Wallace is in dire need of a strength and conditioning regiment that can put about 20 to 25 pounds of muscle onto his long and lanky frame, but it would be time well-spent on his part.

Wallace moves very well without the ball and knows how to get into rebounding position while other players are standing still and watching the ball while it’s in the air.

Offensively, Wallace shows a very promising stroke from 3-point range. He shoots with his arms above his head and squares up to the basket nicely using a short wrist-driven follow through on his release. He hasn’t shown any ability to hit any type of motion shot to date, but as a set shooter he’s got the potential to develop the range necessary for his position. Coupled with his offensive rebounding ability and solid athleticism, Wallace has a nice offensive base to work off of.

Defensively, Wallace hasn’t stood out in this tournament aside from a couple of impressive blocks around the basket across the lane. But Wallace is quick off of his feet and has long arms and a low reach which helps his make it difficult for his opponent to put the ball on the floor offensively.

Overall, more work on his body and an increased commitment to building out his perimeter shooting will do a lot for Wallace’s game. Player’s that can have an impact without the ball in their hands are always a valuable commodity and with the addition of a reliable set shot, Wallace could impress more.