Bruce Brown Puts on a Show

While Vermont Academy fell short on the scoreboard to Brewster Academy (94-87), 6'4 senior guard Bruce Brown put on a splendid scoring exhibition. Brown finished with a game high 37 points. He went 15-24 from the floor, 3-7 from the 3-point line, 4-6 from the free throw line. The strong and powerful scoring guard has the ability to score from all three levels on the court. He can simply overpower smaller guards or take bigger players off the dribble from the perimeter.

In addition, Brown collected eight rebounds with six coming on the defensive end of the court. He dished out two assists and had three steals. More importantly, Brown finished with zero turnovers. While Brown filled up the stat sheet, it was his intangibles that spoke the highest volume. First of all, Brown is a vocal leader on the court. He is constantly talking on both ends of the court and provides natural leadership, which is not often seen at this level. Brown is also a tough hardnosed defender. He is a relentless 'on ball' defender.


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Brown has a physically mature body and a college ready frame. He can play and guard multiple positions on the court. Brown can step in and not only play, but be a major contributor his freshman season. That being said, there are not many players in the country that competes as hard as Brown! He's a tough competitor and only knows how to play one way and that is all out.