After participating as a student in the B.E.S.T. Shooting School for many years, Brandon became an instructor in 2001. He was the Class 2A Iowa Basketball Coaches Association Player of the Year at Unity Christian High School, and later went on to lead teams to two NAIA National Championships at Northwestern College. At Northwestern, he was a three-time All-American, 2003 NAIA Player-of-the-Year, and is the career leader in points and assists. Brandon enjoyed a 6 year professional playing career overseas and in the US with stints in Iceland, USBL, Holland, and Germany. In 2004, he led the Dutch league in scoring and three-point percentages, as well as being the three-point champ at All-Star Weekend. In Germany with Bayer Leverkusen and ENBW Ludwigsburg, he was a three time BBL all-star and led his team to the cup final in 2008. Brandon knows what it takes to play at the next level and has a desire to pass that on to each one of his students. Brandon and his wife Kyndara have a daughter, Jaelye and son, Leyton.