Cummins Commits to Colgate
Brooks School and Middlesex Magic senior Brady Cummins announced his verbal commitment to Colgate University on Friday.
The Maine native landed several division I offers during the recent July recruiting period, before ultimately deciding to commit to head coach Matt Langel.
A 6-foot-6 wing who initially made a reputation for himself based on his positional size, athleticism, and consequent slashing ability and defensive prowess, Cummins has also dramatically improved his skill-level and three-point range within the last year.
"Brady is one of the most versatile players we have had in our program," Middlesex Magic director Michael Crotty Jr. told NERR. "He thrives getting out in transition where he is an excellent finisher well above the rim. He is a very good three-point shooter whose consistency and shot speed has continually improved over the years. Brady has an excellent pull-up game and is an extremely strong slasher to the rim. Defensively, he guards one through four and has excellent length and lateral mobility. Brady will bring all of this and his winning intangibles to a program that has built a great culture of winning in Colgate. We are thrilled for him and can't wait to see him making an impact in the Patriot League."
Cummins is the 11th member of the Magic 2022 class to commit to play college basketball and the fifth division one commit.
I’m proud to announce my commitment to play division 1 basketball at Colgate University. I want to thank my family, friends, and coaches for supporting me along the way. #GoGate⚔️ pic.twitter.com/YGb02ofhqz— Brady Cummins (@bradycummins) October 1, 2021