Over the past few weeks while playing with MidPro Academy, the offers have continued to pour in for Braylon Roman. There are few players in the entire Midwest that have received as many offers as the 6’4” point guard during the April live periods. After a junior season in which he averaged 13.1 points, 3.5 rebounds, and 3.5 assists at Normal Community High School (IL), Roman has had a big start to his spring season. 

“It’s definitely a blessing and something I’ve dreamed of,” Roman said of the recent influx of offers. Bradley, Murray State, Radford, and UIC have all offered Roman in the past few weeks. This goes along with the previous offer he held from Illinois State which came in last summer. 

As well to the offers, there have been several new programs that have started recruiting him following the April live periods. Appalachian State, Cal Poly, Indiana State, Miami (OH), and Wisconsin-Green Bay, are all amongst this list of new interest. 

“I think each game I got more aggressive,” Roman said talking about his spring season to date. “I played with more confidence which led to me having a pretty good spring.” There are many different aspects to like from the game of Roman that will translate to the college level. He has plenty of size in the backcourt at 6’4”, defends multiple positions, plays at a high level on the attack creating for himself and teammates, and can hit shots from the outside.