Brampton proved itself surely by the end of the regular season. Finishing almost undefeated throughout their whole season. They have solid players like Reece, Justice and Jemol which gave them the advantage over other teams in the end. Reece proved to be Peels top player by averaging close to 21pts a game in the regular season. One thing Reece can always work on is his jump shot. He needs to be more consistent which will allow him to be effective if he wants to play Prep or even Senior basketball in Peel. Justice also proved that he was a force in Peel by also putting up high numbers. The duo of Reece and Justice allowed Brampton to bring home the ROPSSAA Gold. I cant wait to see this team in the near future play head to head with powerhouses such as Joan of Arc or Loyola.
Reece Brooks 6'0 G 2015
What amazes me the most about this young gun, is that hes only just 15 years old and he already established the fact that hes a force in Peel basketball. Despite Reece's height, he still is able to grab rebounds and finish strong on shots with contact allowing him to head to the free throw stripe for a extra bucket. His smooth game and slick handles allow him to get anywhere on the court with ease. Not only is he playing junior, but he is also playing an age ahead on the OBA circuit with H.Y.P.E and still dominating! The duo of him and Jamaal Potopsingh is crucial in their success. I advise this young gun to play senior next year for a chance for him to improve amazingly!
Jemol Edwards 6'1 G 2014
When you hear of Brampton Centennial success, you automatically assume Reece Brooks was involved. But most people have this young man named Jemol over their radar. Jemol can shoot, just like almost everyone else on the Brampton team but what was most surprising is the chemistry between him and Reece. These two can flat out play basketball as their both fundamentally sound players. Looks like these two are going to be pairing up in the near future for Senior Basketball!