Brady Sanders


CLASS: 2011



  • Joshua, TXHometown
  • Joshua High School
  • 5-11Height
  • Weight
  • Overall Rank
  • 36Position Rank
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ESPN Player Evaluations

Basketball on the Bayou July '10: Sanders doesn't excite you with her athleticism, but she definitely makes an impression as a floor-burn type of player who is just a whirlwind of energy, gumption and motion. Her willingness to compete and push herself, as well as try to outsmart her opponent, more than makes up for any disparity in explosiveness. She also has a variety of ways to score from the wing position, which, of course, helps bump up the quotient. Not only does she command attention from beyond the stripe, Sanders can put the ball on the deck and create, with a nice spin move off contact that she uses with great effectiveness. (Nelson)

Battle in the Boro-July 10: Nobody going to notice her for her athleticism but she won't let you overlook her play. An emotional, attacking guard who simply won%u2019t be outworked, she makes plays in almost every aspect of the game. The stroke and range are reliable, the drive isn't flashy but it's there and she believes she owns the hustle plays. Her fundamentals are sound and the work ethic takes them to another level. Defensively she's a blue collar worker who's going to make you earn every opportunity you get. (Lewis)

Flava Jam-July '10: A smart wing player who is a legitimate threat from 3-point range. She has a solid build and is strong for a perimeter player. She's not the most athletic wing in the country but seems to be in the right place at the right time to make plays. She is a player that gets amped up after making a big play and goes on a little run. She needs to capture that fire and be that vocal in pumping up her teammates even when she's not directly making the play. Her strength and good instincts makes up for the lack of elite quickness. She pushes herself so she competes with better athletes.

Deep South Classic-April 10: Good size shooting guard with nice handle. She can shoot but needs to make better decisions on when to pull up and when to drive all the way to the rim.


Club Team: North Texas Shockers