Brandon Sherrod


Brandon Sherrod was a NEPSAC first team selection at Choate Rosemary Hall and the 2010 Connecticut Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior at Stratford High School. He was also named the CHSCA and New Haven Register state player of the year in 2010. As a two-time all-state selection, Sherrod Averaged 16 points, 14.5 rebounds and six blocks as a senior. He also recorded six triple doubles and holds the Stratford High School record for blocked shots. Upon leaving Stratford High School, he helped lead Choate to the NEPSAC Class A championship continuing his winning legacy from two state championships won at Stratford High. This includes a school-record 46 straight league victories. In 2016 Sherrod helped Yale to its first Ivy League Championship since 1964 and assisted in bringing the program’s first victory in the NCAA tournament. Sherrod was named 1st Team All-Ivy and set the record for most consecutive field goals made (30). Since college, Sherrod has enjoyed a 5-year career playing basketball overseas in Italy. He plans to someday return to his hometown of Bridgeport, Connecticut to run for mayor.


Stratford High School ‘10 
Choate Rosemary Hall ‘11
Yale University ‘16 
Professional Athlete in Italy’s A2 Division 2016-Present 
Two-Time State Champion (‘08 & ‘10) 
New England Class A Champion (‘11) 
2010 CT Gatorade State Player of The Year 
2016 First Team All-Ivy Selection 
NCAA Record Holder for Most Consecutive Field Goals Made (30)
2016 Ivy League Champion