In this Scorers 1st series, we will be meeting the new additions to our agency who have joined after finishing their respective college careers and as they prepare to make the jump from campus to the pros.
This week we get to know Brandyn Curry of Harvard University. Curry -- a Senior co-captain who ranks fifth all-time on the school's assist list with 489 assists -- was an integral part for head coach Tommy Amaker’s squad who captured the Ivy League championship this season and made a prominent run in the NCAA Tournament by going 27-5 overall during 2013-14.
Give us the scouting report on Brandyn Curry. How would you best describe yourself as a player?
I think the best way to describe myself as a player is just simply as a playmaker. Whether it is setting my teammates up, locking down a key player or having to handle the scoring load, I pride myself on being a complete player who can do it all. I love the challenge of guarding the opposing teams best player. No greater feeling than shutting someone down. Offensively, I am very comfortable with having the ball in my hands a lot and making the right decision. I love the pick and roll. We used it all the time in our offense. Playing both the point guard and shooting guard position for Harvard has highlighted my passing and scoring capabilities. While at times I was more of pass first point guard early on in my college career, this past year I was more of a scorer at the shooting guard position. Whatever it is that my team needs most out of me I am confident I can deliver.
Everyone at Scorers 1st is proud to announce the addition of Bill Clark to our agency.
Clark arrives after an accomplished college career at Duquesne University and professional experiencing ranging from Turkey, to France, Cyprus and the Ukraine, where he averaged 11 points, 5.9 rebounds and 3.1 assists in 14 games during the 2013-14 season.
The 6-foot-5, 210 pound swingman was also a featured player at the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament and in NBA pre-draft workouts with the Milwaukee Bucks and Memphis Grizzlies.
We are pleased to announce that Ben Aird of Utah Valley University has joined Scorers 1st.
A 6-foot-9 center, Aird averaged 11.8 points, 8.3 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.2 blocks per game (29.6 minutes per game) for the Wolverines.
The third all-time leading scorer in school history and all-WAC First-Team selection as a Senior, the Bountiful, Utah native helped Utah Valley capture the WAC regular-season championship and locked up an NIT bid with 13 league wins.
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