Brandon Reed has taken his visits to a trio of southern schools after deciding to transfer from Arkansas State. After deliberation, Reed has made his decision and will stay at home and play for Georgia Tech. Reed will sit out a year but can't wait to make an impact in his time on the Flats.
Former Arkansas State guard Brandon Reed averaged 15.1 points/game last season to earn Sun Belt Freshman of the Year honors. The class of 2009 Scout.com two-star point guard is transferring to be closer to his family in Atlanta, Ga.
After getting his release from Arkansas State, former Whitfield Academy point guard Brandon Reed made plans to visit three schools. Reed made the first of the three visits when he made the short drive to Georgia Tech on Tuesday for his official visit.
Brandon Reed is a versatile player that can play point guard, shooting guard, and small forward. In fact, last season he played all three positions at Whitefield Academy in Atlanta, GA. He recently discussed his summer and more with Rocket Digest.
There were a number of big time performances this weekend, but Kemba Walker's 39 points and Derrick Favors' triple-double headlined the weekend.
February 3, 2008
Although his team has stumbled out of the gates, Brandon Reed is playing good basketball and nearly averaging a double-double and college coaches are taking notice.
January 3, 2008
The Georgia tour continued Wednesday evening when we traveled to Whitefield Academy to check out Colin Reddick, Cameron Baskerville and Brandon Reed.
October 18, 2007