Cedarville University and head coach Pat Estepp picked up an in-state commitment from Brayden Sipple. Sipple is a 6’5” senior guard at Blanchester High School and played with the Midwest Basketball Club. 

Sipple picked Cedarville over his other offers from Detroit Mercy and Fairmount State. The commitment comes after a recent visit, which he described simply as “great.” When asked why he decided to make the decision now, Sipple said “committing now made me feel relief to know where I’m going next year and takes the pressure off to enjoy my senior year and to know that I am going to a great school is a relief.”

Many aspects of the school as well as its basketball program came into Sipple’s final decision. “Cedarville campus is amazing. It is a very beautiful campus and it felt like home. It is also a great place to get a great education. The coaching staff is great. Coach Estepp and the coaching staff made me really feel wanted at Cedarville and that was a big part when it came to committing there.” 

The commitment is just one of the recent accomplishments for the senior. Just recently Sipple passed a major milestone on the court when he scored his 2,000 point. “Passing 2,000 points was special. Especially to be the first person in Blanchester history to do that,” he commented on the feat. Sipple currently stands at 2,038 points for his high school career.