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Brantson Scott Commits To Play Collegiate Basketball For Ravens

Brantson Scott recently signed a letter of intent to play collegiate basketball for the Anderson University Ravens. He plans to major in Physical Education.

A three-year varsity starter and letter winner for the Clovers, Scott posted career numbers of 9.93 points per game, 5.77 rebounds per game, and shot 60.8 percent from the floor. The 6’6” center ended his senior season with averages of 10.4 points and 4.5 rebounds per game, while upping his field goal percentage to 70 percent.

“Brantson has been a part of some Cloverdale boys’ basketball teams that have given us great memories,” Cloverdale head coach Pat Rady, Sr. said. “I will not just remember these but his desire to improve his game each year. I feel Brantson will continue with his work ethic and will become an even better basketball player at Anderson University. It is always a pleasure when a coach has the opportunity to coach a player like Brantson.”

Brantson is shown seated alongside his mother Traci Scott and grandfather Jim Sharp. Pictured standing are, left to right: CHS Principal Sonny Stoltz, assistant coach Greg Thomas, coach Pat Rady, Sr., assistant coach Patrick Rady Jr., and CHS Athletic Director James Wade. (Photo Courtesy of CHS)

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