H.S.: South Lakes High School
COLLEGIATE: Northeastern University, High Point University, California State Fullerton
Brandon has been training with Hoops since he was in 7th grade and played on our developmental teams. SENIOR (2019-20) Big West Player of the Week on Jan. 27 ... averaged 15.5 points for the year and posted 18.4 points per game in league play, the second-best mark in the Big West ... hauled in 4.4 rebounds per game and was tied for third on the team in steals at 21 total ... had a 25.9 usage rate, the eighth-highest mark in the Big West ... took 27.7% of the team’s shots when he was the court, the No. 6 ranked mark in the Big West ... scored in double figures in 25 of the 29 games played ... averaged 32.6 minutes per game ... due to COVID-19, the season was canceled prior to the Big West Tournament. 2018-19 (at High Point): Played in 24 games, starting 22, before an injury ruled him out the rest of the season... Averaged 13.8 points, 5.2 rebounds and 1.8 assists... Ended season with a six-game double-figure scoring streak... Recorded a double double for the first time in his collegiate career with 12 points and 10 rebounds at Gardner-Webb on Jan. 30....Achieved a game high with 19 points and grabbed 5 rebounds against UNC Upstate on Jan. 16.... Scored a game high in points with 25 along with 7 rebounds and 5 assists against Presbyterian on Jan. 10....Recorded game-high 18 points against Washington College on Jan. 2... Tallied 21 points and hit game-tying buzzer beater in regulation in win over NC Wesleyan... Game-high 25 points, including career-high four 3-pointers vs. Western Carolina on Dec. 15... Scored 16 points, including last-second bank shot to defeat Valparaiso, 55-53... Career-high 27 points vs. EKU on Dec. 1... Scored 16 off the bench at The Citadel on Nov. 27... 2nd-career 20-point game with 24 to go along with career-high five steals at William & Mary on Nov. 7 ... Grad Transfer rated as a top 50 transfer in the country. 2017-18 (at High Point): Tied for the team lead with 18 points vs. Longwood (2/22/18) ... Dished out a career-high seven assists at CSU (2/1/18) ... Registered 16 points for second game in a row and matched career highs in assists (4) and steals (3) at UNC Asheville (1/27/18) ... Posted 16 points (6-8 FG) and 4 rebounds at Longwood (1/21/18) ... Recorded career-high three steals and matched career-high with four assists vs. Liberty (1/18/18) ... Registered 13 points while going 3-4 from 3 against Presbyterian (1/15/18) ... Accounted for 11 points, 2 assists and 6 rebounds against Gardner-Webb (1/9/18)...Recorded 12 points and three rebounds vs. CSU (1/6/18) ... Posted 13 points and five rebounds at WCU (12/19/17) ... Scored 12 points and was 6-6 from the line vs. Wofford (12/17/17) ... Tied a career high with four assists at College of Charleston (12/4/17) ... Career-high pair of blocks vs. Johnson & Wales (12/1/17) ... Scored in double figures for fourth-consecutive game at Pitt with 10 points, along with career-high four assists (11/28/17) ... Recorded a career-high 26 points (11-16 FG) at Charlotte (11/24/17) ... Posted 11 points, five rebounds and a career-high three assists vs. Methodist (11/21/17) ... Tallied 13 points against The Citadel (11/18/17) ... Started in the opening game recording 18 points (7-10 FG) and 7 rebounds in the win vs William & Mary (11/10/17). 2016-17 (at High Point): Redshirted the season ... Millis Scholar-Athlete. 2015-16 (at Northeastern): Made his collegiate debut while posting a career-best 12 points, five rebounds, two steals and two assists against Wentworth (Nov. 17)...Tallied 8 points against Delaware (Jan. 7). Prep: A four-year letterwinner at South Lakes High School in Reston, Va...Three-time captain of the Seahawks...Finished his senior season averaging 22 points per game...Returned after missing a month of his senior year after suffering a bone chip in his ankle to help his team to the 6A conference tournament...Averaged 20.6 ppg, 2.3 apg and 1.6 spg during his final three seasons in high school...Named First Team All-District in his sophomore, junior and senior seasons, First Team All-Region during his junior and senior years...Tabbed the District Player of the Year in his junior season as well as the Conference Tournament MVP after helping his team to its first conference or district title in 10 years, laying up the game winner with three seconds remaining...Named to the conference tournament first team in his senior season.Brandon remains “very appreciative” of Hoops the Right Way and gives back during his off seasons by helping us with camps, coaching, and mentoring. He often checks in on students and send them encouraging words regarding the importance of being consistent.