CB | WR | PR | KR
St. John's Fisher College
Brandon has had an outstanding football career who played multiple positions including CB, Punter and also served as a PR/KR for St John’s Fisher College.
Brandon currently trains with legendary Coach Tom Shaw in Orlando where he works with many professional athletes.
Brandon has delivered competitive numbers across all measurables. Brandon had a 60-Yard Shuttle of 11.15 which ranked him 3rd; Pro Shuttle of 4.12 which ranked him 10th and a 3-Cone that placed him tied for 11th compared to all DBs at the 2016 NFL Combine.
2015: Brandon played in 9 of 10 games staring all 9 games at CB and Punter. Finished the year with 37 tackles, 24 Solo, 13 asst. and 6 interceptions leading the Empire 8 Conference. One Interception was taken back 44 yards for a touchdown against Ithaca. 2 of the 6 Interceptions where game clinchers. Brandon avg. 33.7 yards a Punt with a long of 47 with 12 kicks inside the 20-yard line. He also returned both PR/KR. He Avg. 23.8 on kick returns and 11.7 yards on PR. Brandon was selected to the D3 Football.com National Team of the week the week of 11/2/15 for his 2 interception performance against Ithaca.
In 2015, Brandon was Empire 8 Special Teams Player of the week the week of 9/28/15 for his fake punt that he took down the sidelines for 55 yards for the one-point win over Brockport State 42-41. Brandon was selected to the 1st Team Defense All- Conference team for the Empire 8 which is considered the 2nd toughest Conference in D3.
In 2015, Brandon had received multiple Athletes of the week. He is a 2 sport star also excelling in Track and field. He ran the 60-yd dash and does the Triple Jump and Long Jump. He is the current record holder in the Triple Jump both Indoors and Outdoors.
2014: Played in nine games, making eight starts at defensive back ... Finished the year with 30 tackles, including 23 solo ... Also had two interceptions on the year ... Had five pass breakups on the year tying for second on the team.
2013: Played in all 13 games for Fisher at the varsity level ... returned 12 kickoffs on the season for a total of 240 yards including a career-best 51-yard return against Hobart ... Ranked ninth on the team with 47 tackles ... Ranked second on the team with nine pass breakups ... Posted one interception on the year and returned it 92 yards ... Recovered one fumble.
Brandon has intuitive football instincts and a willingness to learn and develop as a player. Brandon has the intelligence, work ethic, talent, heart, and determination to succeed as a professional football player, and will reward the team that signs him. Brandon is the type of player that would be an asset to your team both on and off the field.