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Brandon Ellington Starting to Hear From Multiple Schools
by Zachary Lyon, Future150 (10:19 AM CT, Fri December 1, 2017)
Ellington always finds a way to be productive on the court.
Ellington always finds a way to be productive on the court.
Zachary Lyon
Zachary Lyon:

Future150 Regional Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball: NC, SC & VA

Davidson, NC (Future150) -- The Hoop State of North Carolina was well represented throughout each of Future150's elite camps this past summer. One prospect that was a standout at multiple elite camps was 2019 SG Brandon Ellington of the Community School of Davidson. 

One of the most fundamental and hard working guard prospects the Future150 staff saw throughout the summer, Ellington is well on his way to being a very solid DII prospect with some considerable upside. 

Standing nearly 6'3" in shoes, he is a great rebounder for a guard and has a beautiful stroke from beyond the three point arc. He mostly showcased his three-point jumper at Future150's Summit Camp but came to Future150's National All-American Camp and showed that this wasn't all he was capable of. 

"The wing prospect showed he is more than just a one trick pony," Future150 GM Eric Hampford previously stated. "He's a serious competitor who loves to defend and showed the ability to create on penetration oppurtunities." 

Right now, Ellington is hearing from a handful of programs. Limestone (SC), Hampden-Sydney (VA) & Dickinson College (PA) are all showing interest in the talented shooter.

"I am able to score from everywhere on the court," Ellington said. "I'm very strong for the guard position, and mentally tough in late-game/clutch situations." 

Continue to follow along with Future150 as we track Ellington's progress and keep an eye out to see if he can score his first collegiate offer before the season comes to a close. 

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