LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Everyone you ask has great memories of Garrett.
"He was fun to be around, had a great sense of humor, and had a wonderful smile," said Scooter Register, Garrett's former coach.
"He always had a smile on his face, always lightened up the hallway," said Matt Morris, a former teammate.
"He literally would give the shirt off his back whether he knew you or not. It didn't matter," said Chase Miller, Garrett's friend and classmate.
Family and friends pay homage to the big Razorback, who they say had an even bigger heart.
"He was a loved one by all of us. We all looked up to him," said Morris.
Precious memories, how they linger.
"All his buddies would be around him the table and they'd be laughing and giggling, you know. Garrett was right in the middle of it. That's just the way he was. He had fun," said Register.
A great guy who loved to win on the field.
"I talked to him after the game and all he talked about duck hunting and beating LSU," said Miller.
He'll be remembered for his inspiration to others off the field.
"If you could build one, it would be like Garrett Uekman," said Register.