Jon Brockman, Washington's all-time leading rebounder and one of the best big men in school history, will be inducted into the Pac-12 men's basketball Hall of Honor as part of the 2014-15 class.
The class will be inducted in March at a ceremony prior to the Pac-12 tournament championship game in Las Vegas.
More on Brockman and his career achievements from the UW:
Brockman had a stellar career while playing for the Huskies from 2005-09. He finished his four-year career as the career leader in rebounds with 1,238 and third overall in scoring with 1,805 total points.
He was the first Husky ever and fourth Pac-12 player to surpass 1,800 career points and 1,200 rebounds, and was the first player to lead UW in rebounding for four-straight seasons. The 2009 Pac-10 Tom Hansen Conference Medal Winner, Brockman was also a two-time first-team All-District by Basketball Times, the NABC and the USBWA. He also picked up honorable mention All-America accolades as a senior, along with first-team All-Pac-10 honors.
On the court, Brockman led the Huskies to their first outright Pac-10 title in 2007, and first outright championship in any league since winning the Pacific Coast Conference 56 years prior. The Huskies advanced to the Sweet 16 his freshman season and to the NCAA second round in his senior campaign. Brockman was selected as the 38th pick in the 2nd round of the 2009 NBA Draft by the Portland Trailblazers, and played with the Sacramento Kings, Milwaukee Bucks and Houston Rockets.
Brockman will be joined in the 2014-15 class by Fred Snowden (Arizona), Ron Riley (Arizona State), Sean Lampley (California), Jim Davis (Colorado), Anthony Taylor (Oregon), Jim Jarvis (Oregon State), Casey Jacobsen (Stanford), Dave Meyers (UCLA), Alex Hannum (USC), Danny Vranes (Utahand Bennie Seltzer (Washington State).
Since the Pac-12 Hall of Honor was established in 2002, the Huskies have had the following players inducted: Bob Houbregs (2002), Marv Harshman (2003), James Edwards (2004), Jack Nichols (2005), Steve Hawes (2006), Christian Welp (2007), Louie Nelson (2008), Detlef Schrempf (2009), Eldridge Recasner (2010), Todd MacCulloch (2011), George Irvine (2012), Nate Robinson (2013) and Brandon Roy (2014).