Brooklyn Guard Thrives At Post In Connecticut

Reporter Mike Sullivan is keeping track in how Brooklyn guard Brandon Romain is doing in the state of Connecticut ...

Brandon Romain, a 6-foot-3, 170-pound shooting guard who played last season at Brooklyn's Boys and Girls High School, is a player we were fortunate enough to watch many times over the past couple of years.

Romain's individual game always excited us since he had such a passion for winning and helping his team succeed.

He recently set a school record with 41 points against division one school South Dakota, helping his Post University basketball program pull off a stunning 102-94 victory.

Romain was terrific from the field with his shooting. He buried 17 of 22 from the field.

His father has been very happy with his son's progress. Previously, this webite reported:

"Brandon is at Post University in Waterbury Connecticut on a full ride which always helps in this economic environment," Mr. Romain said.

Mr. Romain stated his son is very happy to have an opportunity to go to school and play basketball at Post. "He likes it at Post and will certainly have a big year."

This is a great chance for Brandon to grow in his individual game as well as attend a solid school.

"We're very happy he is there," Mr. Romain said. "Brandon loves it and is looking forward to the basketball season. The coaching staff has been great to him and he's excited about learning more about the game there."

PREVIOUS EVALUATION OF BRANDON ROMAIN'S INDIVIDUAL GAME: A rangy, slashing guard, the lefthander has an unorthodox game and an exceptional wingspan which helps him play the passing lanes. He is frequently around the ball.

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