Sheridan College Men's Basketball Coach Steve Smiley is proud to announce today the signing of Baltimore, MD native Wayne Bradford. The 6'3", 185 pound guard will come to Sheridan from the east cost where he played basketball for Roanoke Catholic High School in Virginia and legendary coach Bill Hodges (Former Head Coach at Indiana State). While at RCHS, Wayne averaged 17 points, 4.5 assists, and 3 rebounds for Coach Bill Hodges and the Celtics. Bradford had his best game when his best was needed against powerhouse Oak Hill Academy when he scored 27 points, dished out 6 assists, and had 3 steals. Wayne will add to a recruiting class that will bring in recruits from all around the world. He brings a lot of game experience from high school playing against some of the very best the nation has to offer. Sheridan College will welcome Wayne Bradford to campus when the school year begins in August.
Coach Smiley had this to say about Wayne: "We're really excited to have Wayne join our team for next year. Wayne is not only a really good player, but a good student as well. Realistically, he should be at a D1 school right now, but a few things fell through for Wayne, and we were able to get involved with him late in the process. Wayne played for a great high school coach and also played for one of the top AAU programs on the East Coast when he played for the East Coast Fusion and Head Coach Cade Lemcke. Wayne is a very versatile player that is naturally a scoring guard, but could also play the point or the small forward if needed. He will really help us out for next year."