Written by: Carson Cook
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AJ Bramah, a 6’7 wing who averaged 21 points and 10.3 rebounds per game for the Robert Morris Colonels, entered the transfer portal with one year left of eligibility. Bramah decided to attend Arizona State via Twitter.
Robert Morris Colonels
Last Season with the Colonels Bramah balled out, shooting an amazing 51% from the field while shooting 80% from the line. Bramah scored a season high 28 points against Purdue Fort Wayne, Robert Morris, as a team, did not do well. Robert Morris finished last in the Horizon division at 3-12. After a great season with the Colonels Bramah chose to enter the transfer portal to play for a contender and a chance to be in March Madness
The Final Four Options
Finishing in first in the Conference USA Western Kentucky will look to add the versatile guard to try and make a push for the March Madness. The team would look to Bramah to score the ball and play great defense. Western Kentucky would love to have a player like Bramah and out of all of these teams may benefit from his talent the most.
After a relatively disappointing year for the Arizona State Sun Devils they look to add Bramah’s leadership and skills back to the West. The Sun Devils struggled to outscore their opponents and one thing Bramah does is score the rock. Although the Sun Devils underperformed this season Bramah would have more media coverage and a higher chance to make a push to play professional basketball by attending Arizona State.
Possibly the best team on Bramah’s list, St. Bonaventure played against LSU in the first round of March Madness. If Bramah wants to win this may be his best option, the St. Bonaventure Bonnies finished first in the Atlantic 10 division. Bramah would go to St. Bonaventure and score a lot less points and would have to play a more all around game for the team but choosing to go to a winning program may give him more notoriety. If Bramah wants to win he will choose St. Bonaventure but if he wants to put up numbers he will choose one of the other three schools.
Last season the Nevada Wolfpack finished fifth in the Mountain West division but with Bramah the Wolfpack may be able to win a few of those close games. Many Nevada fans are begging for Bramah to come to their program because they know what he can bring them. With Bramah, Nevada may possibly sneak into the second seed in the Mountain West division which was good enough for Utah State to make the tournament this season. Nevada may give Bramah the most balanced option with winning and personal achievements.
On Twitter via a post shared by Bramah he announced that he would become an Arizona State Sun Devil. Bramah will be joining the PAC-12 for his final year of eligibility. Last season five of the twelve teams in the division competed in March Madness. Not only did ASU snag Bramah heading into next season, they also had Enoch Boakye commit to the program. Although the program had a relatively disappointing season last year the way ASU has constructed their team for the upcoming season brings hope to Sun Devil fans. Bramah and Boakye will be a monstrous front court that every team in the PAC-12 will struggle to defend. Bramah will be looked at to be an important piece in the Sun Devils run towards the tournament
100% COMMITTED!!! pic.twitter.com/UFY8kAqCgv— BramahBull (@ajbramah) March 26, 2021