After an impressive summer with UTS Elite, Brady Titus has earned his first scholarship offer from Bethune-Cookman University. Titus, a junior at Tri-unity Christian High School (MI), received the offer from head coach Ryan Ridder and staff earlier this month. 

“It felt great to get my first offer. It’s definitely a blessing and it feels good to have a D1 college notice all of the hard work and effort I put in,” Titus stated on his reaction to receive the offer. 

When asked what he liked about Bethune-Cookman, Titus said “I love that they are an HBCU. It’s definitely a huge movement around the world and has a huge impact on others. I also like the fact that the coaches and the staff are willing to work with players on their game and want to build strong relationships.” 

Titus is a 5’10” junior with good point guard skills. He is at his best attacking the basket with his good handle and quickness. Titus has the ability to get to the basket plus score from the mid-range as well as distribute the ball out. 

While Bethune-Cookman is currently the only scholarship offer for Titus so far, Central Michigan, Ferris State, Grand Valley State, and Saginaw Valley State have all been in touch with him. He added in “I’m just talking with some of the coaches and working on building relationships,” when speaking about his recruitment.  For his future school, Titus wants to “be a part of a program or school that is going to feel like family and feel safe.”