15 Brandon Clarke
Brandon  Clarke


Phoenix, Ariz.

High School:
Desert Vista HS

Height / Weight:
6-8 / 210




Marie Tuite Named San José State University's Director Of Athletics

Tuite is promoted from interim director/deputy director to athletics director.


2017 SAMMY Awards Honors Best Of San Jose State University Athletics

The SAMMYS were handed out for academic, athletics and community service excellence.


Clarke Joins Rare Spartan Air As NABC First-Team All-District

Brandon Clarke is just the fifth men's basketball player at SJSU to receive NABC All-District first-team honors.


Spartans Overwhelmed In Second Half By Utah State

Utah State outscored SJSU 59-33 including 28-8 in the paint.


Clarke Is All-Mountain West First Team & All-Defensive Choice

Brandon Clarke is the 16th player in program history to receive all-conference first-team honors.


San Jose State vs. Boise State

Feb. 25, 2017


San Jose State vs. UNLV

Jan. 28, 2017


USATSI Gallery - San Jose State @ Air Force

USATSI Gallery - San Jose State @ Air Force


USATSI Gallery - San Jose State @ San Diego State

USATSI Gallery - San Jose State @ San Diego State


Men's Basketball vs. San Jose State

Men's Basketball vs. San Jose State January 4, 2017

AT SJSU: Begins the 2017-18 season 208 points away from becoming San José State’s 15th men’s basketball player to score 1,000 points … All-Mountain West First Team in 2016-17 … Voted the Mountain West Sixth Man of the Year in 2015-16 by the league’s head coaches … He was the first freshman to ever win the award since its inception in 2009, and he is the first Spartan to be named Sixth Man of the Year ... Ranked 12th on The Tribune’s list of top-20 players in the state of Arizona upon signing a NLI with the Spartans.

2016-17: All-Mountain West First Team and All-Defensive Team choice … National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-District 17 first-team selection … The only three-time Mountain West "Player of the Week" honoree during the season … Finished 25th in the country with a 59.2 shooting percentage … His 2.57 blocks per game were good for 15th in Division I basketball and 77 total blocks ranked 20th … The only player in the Mountain West to finish top-three in per-game scoring, rebounding and blocked shots … Led the Spartans in per-game scoring (17.3) and rebounding (8.7) while averaging 2.6 blocks and 2.3 assists per contest … 19.3 points and 9.2 rebounds per Mountain West game … His 2.8 blocks per MW game were a league best … New single-season blocks leader with 77, and new single-game record holder for seven swats against UNLV (1/28) … The most efficient shooter in the Mountain West overall (59.2%, 219-370) and during league play (61.6%, 149-242) … Had 11 20-point games including a career-high 36 points in the win at Air Force (1/14) … Matched a career-high with 15 rebounds in the win over UNLV (1/28) … Career-high six assists in the win over Air Force (2/18).

2015-16: Appeared in all 31 games, making three starts … Voted the Six Man of the Year in the Mountain West by the league’s head coaches … 10.1 points and a team-leading 7.3 rebounds per game during conference play … Part of a true freshmen group which contributed 43.5 percent of SJSU’s scoring, which finished second in the country to Kentucky … All five double-doubles during the year came against Mountain West foes … Led SJSU with a season-high 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds lifting the Spartans to a 68-63 victory over Boise State in the regular season finale (3/5) … Blocked 39 shots to set a single-season freshman record at San José State … Finished with a double-double in both meetings against the rival Fresno State, including 14 points and season-high 15 rebounds when the Spartans beat the Bulldogs, 65-53, at home (2/3) … 15 points, 14 rebounds and a season-high five assists at UNLV (2/10) … Ended the year as SJSU’s most efficient shooter at 63.4 percent … Hit at least four shots from the field in the 12 of the last 14 regular season contests … Season-high five blocks in the win over Air Force (1/30) … Helped force two turnovers and blocked a shot during the final minutes to help SJSU secure its first Mountain West win at home on Jan. 13 versus Wyoming.
HIGH SCHOOL: A graduate of Desert Vista High School in Phoenix, Ariz., where he was one of the state's top shot blockers … Rated as a top-five most versatile players by Arizona Power Basketball … Led Desert Vista to the Division I state championship game in 2015 … Named first-team All-Arizona Division I honoree by The Arizona Republic … Recorded 10 triple-doubles as a senior that included points, rebounds and blocks … 15.0 points, 7.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 4.0 blocks as a junior.

Plans to major in business entrepreneurship … Enjoys playing basketball and video games … The native of Vancouver, B.C., now calls Phoenix, Ariz., his hometown.