South Kent’s Bresnan Headed to NE-10
South Kent School and Born Ready Elite forward Sean Bresnan is the latest local prep product to accept a full athletic scholarship from a division II school.
Bresnan made a verbal commitment to Franklin Pierce College on Tuesday, announcing his decision via his twitter account.
Prior to arriving at South Kent, Bresnan had a storied high school career at Saunders High School in Yonkers, New York. He was a three-year starter and 1,000 point scorer who won a Yonkers City championship in each season and earned All-LHBCA 1st team honors as a senior.
He earned his first scholarship offer over the summer while starring for Born Ready Elite at stops including the Big Apple Showcase and others.
This season at South Kent, Bresnan averaged 15 points and 10 rebounds per game while leading the Cardinals back to the post-season and earning All-NEPSAC honors.
"Sean Bresnan played hard every single night," said South Kent head coach Bill Barton. "He was one of the best rebounders in AA and he can score from all three levels."
Ultimately, Bresnan earned multiple scholarship offers before deciding on Franklin Pierce.
He is the second South Kent product to commit to a D2 school in the last week, joining longtime teammate Manasseh Small, who committed to St. Rose.