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12/18/2019 9:43 pm  #1


former GW player Bresee's Bro, who spent much of the last few years as the #1 player in America signs with Clemson today ranked as the 4th best player in the country.


12/19/2019 7:15 am  #2

Re: Bresee

He could have helped the defensive line, too. Is GW football´s undefeated streak threatened by losing him?


12/19/2019 2:57 pm  #3

Re: Bresee

Kendall Bresee transferred to Mount St. Mary's and sat out last year, but after 9 games this year, she leads the team in scoring at 13 pts and 5 rebs per game.  She wasn't a good fit for GW, but it's great to see her doing well at Jamion's old haunt.


12/19/2019 5:10 pm  #4

Re: Bresee

So why wasn't she a good fit?


12/19/2019 5:20 pm  #5

Re: Bresee

Someone on the old board posted about him when Kendall Breese signed with GW, her brother was just a freshman in high school(or maybe an 8th grader) and was considered the top player/among the top players in his class at that time. It's good to see that he remained an elite player and prospect throughout high school. 


12/19/2019 6:41 pm  #6

Re: Bresee

I would say that most players transfer because they truly believe their talent can be put to better use in a different style of play or coaching. It seems to be working for Bresee. Same could be said for Harper Birdsong, who transferred to William and Mary the same year and is a really good player for them. Both struggled to get playing time at GW, but both thriving at other schools. Last year when W&M beat us, Birdsong torched us with a number 3's and was (if I remember) the leading scorer in that game. Both were Tsipis recruits, so maybe they expected things to turn out differently. In any event, it's a tough decision for students to make, but good to see when it works out for them.


12/20/2019 2:47 am  #7

Re: Bresee

as long as it was their decision.


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