Former Red Raider To Play Professionally for Tortona Orsi Derthona
The junior from Laurel Hill, Florida was one of four Red Raiders to play in all 35 games in the 2009-2010 season...had nine starts and played 20 minutes per game...had nine games of at least 25 minutes of playing time with a high of 34 minutes at Nebraska...completed his first Texas Tech season with 27 steals, 29, blocks, and 35 assists...averaged 7.5 points per game and had eight games of at least 10 points...scored 16 or more points in five games...his season best was 20 points against Missouri...recorded his first Tech double-double of 19 points and 10 rebounds in the win over Jacksonville in the NIT.
Brad played two seasons for Jay Powell at Gulf Coast Community College in Panama City, Florida...started all 30 games in his first season with the Commodores...played 30 minutes per game and averaged 16.7 ppg and 4.1 rpg on the 18-12 squad...named the Panhandle Conference Freshman of the Year...as sophomore, Brad was named NJCCA Player of the Week (Jan. 7) as he powered GCCC to three wins which included a pair of 30-point performances...started 32-of-33 games as a sophomore and averaged 16.4 ppg and 5.3 rpg on the 24-9 squad... earned All-Panhandle Conference First Team honors in his second season.
Played for Kent Zessin at Laurel Hill High School in Laurel Hill Florida... averaged 24.9 ppg and 14 rpg as a senior for the 23-3 league champion Hoboes... selected to the All-State and All-District squads...in his junior and senior seasons, Brad was named the Daily News Player of the Year by the Northwest Florida Daily News...All-State Third Team as a junior and All-State Second Team as a senior.
Born March 9, 1988 in Milton, Florida...parents are Robert James and Debra Reese...has three brothers (Jeff, Derrick, and Larry) and five sisters (Maggie, Becky, Wilma, Baby Grace, and Gracelyn)...dad played football at Alabama A&M... hobbies include jet sking, fishing, shooting poll, and being with friends.