Brayden Burries shooting for supremacy in Southern California 

This spring Brayden Burries have shown why he is a five-star prospect for the Class of 2025. The 6-foot-4 shooting guard plays for Roosevelt high school in Riverside, California. Also, he plays for Strive for Greatness on the Nike EYBL and is being highly recruited by several top schools and have offers from the best. 

Burries is averaging 20.8 points per game and has offers Duke, Kansas, Arizona, Alabama, USC, UCLA, and other top programs. He took an official visit to Arizona back in September of 2023. In addition, he made two unofficial visits to UCLA and USC. 

His game stands out as an efficiency on the offensive end. A prolific scorer and has a nice shooting touch. He can penetrate inside the paint get to the bucket easily. He is quick on both ends of the court and he is a factor on the rebounding end. 

In the EYBL in Atlanta, he had 40 points and eight rebounds in a win over Team Melo. In Section I of the EYBL he had 36 points and shot 11-17 against Vegas Elite. He had 25 points in a win against the Oakland Soldiers led by top prospects AJ Dybansta and Tyran Stokes. He is the op player on the Strive for Greatness squad which featured Bryce James (LeBron’s son). 

Burries led his Roosevelt HS team to a 31-4 record before falling to Harvard-Westlake in the California state championships. He averaged 24.8 points per game this past season. However he helped his team won The Throne National basketball high school championship. They upset Columbus HS (Florida) in the finals led by Cameron and Cayden Boozer in New Jersey back in April. Burries was named MVP by averaging 27 points and eight rebounds per game. 

Look forward for Brayden Burries to build his stock up for the upcoming season. He will have the EYBL and the All American camps this summer to possibly shine as one of the best in the Class of 2025. He will continue to make his case as the top guard spot in the Class of 2025.

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