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Triple Threat Titan: Unleashing Explosive Combo with Lockdown Swagger

Peyton Brown @peytonbrown , 6'1 , 165 , c/o 24 from St. Albans High School, WV  is an explosive and crafty combination guard that can fill up the stat sheet in a hurry.  Peyton is a dynamic triple threat scoring option with nice blow-by speed and shifty athletic ability that helps him create his own shots with ease. Great elevation to shoot over defenders once he gets into the seams of the lane. Silky smooth rainmaker from deep. He can deliver a nice dime. Even can be trusted to get a few boards. Peyton thrives on attacking the rim the most with electrifying moves . Defensively Peyton is a tenacious nightmare for opponents with a fierce scrappy attitude that he is gonna block the shot or get a steal. Never doubt no matter the level of the shot by his counterpart he is doing to get that . 

Peyton didn't play AAU but used that time to train with semi- pro and Argentinian pro Chris Johnson who is currently playing in Morocco.  The focus was developing a higher IQ , finishing  and his core on the pro level in preparation for the upcoming season and beyond. Last season  Peyton  averaged 10.2 points, , 2 assists, 3 rebounds, 2 steals and 1.5 blocks per game. Peyton's biggest improvement  since last season  has been his relationship with his teammates and coaches while mentoring the underclassmen.  Peyton developed even more of a drive to put his team on his back and not shy away from any challenge. Peyton's goals for this season is developing more as a leader and enjoy his teammates more than being a great scorer or even wins and losses. Being his senior year it's more about building memories and making it last. So far this season Peyton has led them to a 7-4 record, 4-1 in the region  and 3-1 at home with only a loss to state powerhouse Catholic who is probably hands down the best team in the entire state.  Peyton was averaging about 14 points the first four games but has really elevated that number to  close to 16+ per game and improved his assists and rebounding as well. 

Coaches should know what separates Peyton from the rest is his fire and drive to excel  being underrated and facing so many challenges, Peyton has learned to be humble.  He doesn't have to be the best on the team but uses those hard challenges as defining lessons to develop his character and uses it as motivation to achieve and overcome anything that comes his way and makes success even sweeter.  That's mental toughness at its best. Peyton has already committed to Greensboro college and Coach Jim Boone at the D3 level.  And though Peyton is thankful the grid hasn't stopped and he continues to push himself hard everyday to keep getting better and see where this journey  takes him. Personally I think they hot a steal as he could thrive on the D2 level easily.  And though he is undersized , Peyton never let that hinder his ability to compete or trive against anyone he faced. A real warrior and star yall. Success in its purest form. 


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