Late last month Vincent Brady announced his commitment to Air Force. Brady is a 6’4” senior guard at Cathedral High School in Indianapolis and played with the George Hill All Indy program. 

In his commitment post, Brady wrote “I would like to begin by saying thank you to all of the coaches that have taken the time to recruit me. Most of all, I want to thank Coach Mike and George for all of their support and guidance over the past 11 years of my life…With all that being said I am truly blessed and excited to say that I am committed to Air Force Academy.”

Brady picked Air Force over his other offers from Army and Chicago State. “I picked Air Force because of the coaching staff, level of play and because of how it will set me up for life,” the senior mentioned on making his decision. He added in “I like that the coaching staff and team seems very welcoming and how the team is so unselfish.”

While Brady initially never saw himself attending a service academy, that all changed when a pair of them in Air Force and Army started recruiting him. When asked how he sees himself attending Air Force, Brady stated “I think attending a service academy will be tough but in the long run it is going to set me up for a bright future.”

“I decided to commit now so I wouldn’t have the stress on my back anymore, I can focus on our season and Coach Metz did a great job in showing me how great Air Force and Coach Scott is,” Brady stated on why he made his decision now. Before he heads off to Colorado next year, Brady is looking to make one last run at a state championship this season.