Player Spotlight: Brandon Shaw II C/O ’22 Defensive Back/Safety

Brandon Shaw II is a dynamic senior athlete for Burleson High School in Burleson, Texas.

Shaw is a defensive back and also sees time at safety for the Elks.

Standing at 6’1, 170 pounds, Shaw has great size already for the position, with time to still grow before he signs next fall!

Shaw also adds great speed to the safety spot, as he runs a 4.61 in the forty-yard-dash, as well as a 4.23 in the 5-10-5 and a 6.92 in the three-cone-drill.

In the weight-room, Shaw has a current max squat of 300 pounds, and it is where he will likely be able to add more weight to his frame.

While his junior season did not go as planned, but he is happy about the direction that the program is going in.

“Our season did not go as we planned,” Shaw said. “Covid-19 kind of messed us up some, as with everyone, but this year will be the come up. We are building the brotherhood and the program up.”

Shaw has several things that makes him special as a player, and he feels like it will help him to be recruited in the future.

“I know what role I am supposed to play on each play, and I do it well,” Shaw said. “I feel like I am an outstanding football player, and I will help the next program to succeed.”

With a 3.51 GPA, Shaw will have many possibilities to go to several places next fall, as he is well above the GPA requirements for many institutions.

Shaw currently holds an offer from UAB, but look for him to add many more before it is all said and done.


Twitter: @DatShaw

Published by Zane Rowland

I love sports and I love helping kids reach their goals and dreams!

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