Red Raider Profile - 2012
|49 Brannon Easterling
Played at Temple College for two seasons (2010-2011) for head coach Craig McMurtry... as a sophomore made four starts going 4-0 with a 2.25 ERA in 24.0 innings allowing 16 hits, seven runs (6 earned) with 25 strikeouts and four walks allowed... suffered season-ending Tommy John surgery midway through the season... named a 2010 Fall Region V JUCO All-Star... as a freshman in 20 appearances went 8-3 with a 3.59 ERA in 82.2 innings allowing 80 hits, 43 runs (33 earned) with 49 strikeouts and 21 walks allowed... 2010 first team all-conference... helped lead team to Region V championship and to an appearance at NJCAA JUCO World Series... Temple College Academic Honor Roll (Dean's List) as a freshman and sophomore.
A one-year varsity letterwinner at A&M Consolidated High School for head coach Chase Mann... went 9-2 with a 2.45 ERA with 42 strikeouts as a senior... 2009 12-5A All-District and First Team All-Brazos Valley... helped lead team to 2009 district championship... team won first and second round of state playoff competition... also earn varsity letters in golf and football... received first team all-district (defensive line) in football in 2008.
William Brannon Easterling... born August 1, 1990, in College Station, Texas... son of Marty and Darla Easterling... has a younger brother, Reece... grandfather, Earl Morris, played football at then-Texas A&I (now Texas A&M University-Kingsville) from 1957-1960 while helping lead team to the 1959 National Championship.