Tyler Brelsford, a sharpshooting guard out of the 2020 recruiting class, has committed to play for the George Washington Colonials. This news was relayed on Twitter by 247Sports reporter Evan Daniels.
Daniels also mentioned how the young man shot 47.8% from beyond the arc while averaging 11.7 points per game in the Adidas Gauntlet. It highlights how, despite many reputable recruiting services outlets not yet ranking him, he can add value to a team like George Washington.
If he ends up being good, this wouldn’t be a new habit for Jamion Christian, who took the job after a single season with the Siena Saints. The new GW head coach aided Siena in landing then-unknown guard Jalen Pickett on the recruiting trail, who wound up being an NBA-caliber player.
As for Tyler Brelsford, a 6-foot-2 talent, he might not be ready to make a major impact right out of the gate, but that’s only conjecture at this point. He has a full year ahead of him to develop into a well-rounded player.
Nevertheless, the George Washington Colonials are hoping Christian can bring a sustained level of success to the program.
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