Last season as a junior, 6'5 Brayden Gault enjoyed a stellar high school season. For Battlefield High School of Haymarket, Virginia, Gault averaged 17.9 PPG, 6.5 RPG and 2.3 APG.

Last season as a junior, 6'5 Brayden Gault enjoyed a stellar high school season. For Battlefield High School of Haymarket, Virginia, Gault averaged 17.9 PPG, 6.5 RPG and 2.3 APG. He is known for his perimeter shooting skills and Gault enjoyed many honors throughout the course of the season. He made First Team Northern Virginia All Junior Team, Second Team All Region and scored his 1000th career point. Gault finished up the past summer with Team Takeover coached by Dennis Marshall. In addition to being an outstanding player on the court, Gault is a true 'student athlete.' He has an impressive 3.5 GPA and has scored 1100 on his SAT.

After an outstanding sophomore season, Gault earned an invitation to the prestigious Virginia Top80. In our Virginia Top 80 recap, we stated the following.''Gault came into this camp with purpose and showed a full skill set during camp. He comes from great basketball stock as both mom and dad played in college. He showed the ability to handle in the half court, as well as create his own shot off the bounce. Gault has deep range and a competitive nature.' Even camp coach Cade Lemke stated,''Brayden Gault was great to work with today. He has a very advanced skill set for his age, and has great upside.'

This past summer at the Summer Havoc event, Gault was one of the best shooters in attendance. Without question, his ability to consistently knock down long range 3-pointers made him one of the more intriguing players of the event. In our Summer Havoc review, we stated,''Gault has a really tough all-around game. He can definitely be a quality glue-guy at the level, where he can score in bunches and play as a the secondary ball handler.''Whether it was at the Virginia Top 80 or in a team setting this past summer, we have always been impressed with his work ethic and relentless competitive nature. One thing is for sure, with Brayden Gault, you get a player who is wired in to play to his maximum. You don't have to teach effort or energy. His DNA is all about competing and being the best team player on the court.'With his ability to score efficiently from the perimeter and the countless intangibles he brings to the court, it's hard to believe he is still vastly underrated and flying under the recruiting radar.