Brannen Greene is the epitome of a small town student-athlete. In Forsyth, Georgia, a town of less than four thousand and located about an hour south of Atlanta, the sophomore 6’6″ wing led Mary Persons HS to its best season in history on the court, made All-State, and achieved a 4.0 grade point average off of it. On the AAU circuit, he plays for the Southern Kings and the 2013 recruit was recently elevated to the 17 and under team, where the competition is most fierce. Greene, who has started to build a reputation as a tall deep shooter, is planning on deciding on a college program in the next four months. Right now, he is making plans to visit prospective schools. After a controversial last second loss against Baltimore Elite at a recent tournament, Greene was gracious enough to speak with Blue Devil Nation about the latest in his recruitment, balancing academics with athletics, and Duke’s recent interest in the confident sophomore. Get to know Greene up close and personal with our latest premium offering and when you are finished, check out the latest on Alex Proythress.
How have you done so far this season?
Let’s start with the AAU. I’ve done fine here, but I started out in 16-and-under and I was like killing them there. Like, I was dropping players there. Some of the scouting services said that I should be playing up so I could have more competition and so I am.
How was your high school season?
It was the best season in our high school’s history.
Thank you. We hosted our first round game, we won a regional championship, and I was named first-team all-state.
What are you hoping to
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