“Later in the June Brian attended the Chris Paul Skills Academy (NC) and the NBAPA Top 100 Camp. He came out in July averaging 25 ppg at Reebok Summer Classic East until he took an accidental elbow to the mouth that knocked a front tooth out, two days later at the Joe Brown tournament he rolled his ankle which was presumed to have ended his playing for July.
“With the help of a great Orthopedic and physical therapists, a week after the mishap he was able to play (albeit only approx 70% healthy) in the Adidas 64 in Las Vegas and was picked as one of the top 35 players in Vegas regardless of tournament by HoopScoop scouting service. He’s been continuing to go to physical therapy since he returned home.
“With the school selection out of the way now, he can focus on his last year in the classroom and continue to work on his basketball skills. The commitment takes a lot of pressure off of him, even though he continues to hear from some schools.
“He will take his official visit to Georgia Tech the weekend of September 19th.”