2016-17: Played his first game of the season against Johnson & Wales, scoring five points after going two-for-two from the field, with one of those a three-pointer ... Played in three games total ...
High School: Played basketball all four years in high school ... As a freshman and senior his team went to the the quarterfinals, as a junior year the team advanced to the semifinals ... During his basketball career he was on the All-Region team three times, Region Player of the Year as a senior, named Best Offensive Player twice and was the MVP his last year ... He set the school record for most threes made in a season with 68, and was on the SCISA All-Star team as a sophomore and junior ... In his career he averaged 13 points, four assist, three rebounds, and two steals ... He also played baseball for three years ... His sophomore year the team won the state championship and as a senior the team lost in the state championship. A track athlete his sophomore, junior, and senior years, he placed first in the triple jump and first in the long jump in the regionals ... During my baseball career he was named Best Defensive Player ... Carraway also played football his junior and senior years of high school as a wide receiver and defensive back ... His team went to the semifinals in the state playoffs both years ... He was a member of the Sumter item independent offensive team twice and was on the All-State team ...
Personal: Born Brent Allen Carraway in Sumter, S.C., Jan. 18, 1998 ... Parents are Brent and Dee Carraway ... Father played basketball and Limestone and Life College ... Chose PC because after his first visit and meeting Coach Nibert, his staff, and touring the campus, he knew this is where he wanted to spend his next four years of college ... The academic success that PC has had on their students was also instrumental in his decision ... He has mentored young orphaned children, repaired homes for under privileged families, served meals to the homeless shelter, and read books to Alzheimer’s patients ... Major is undeclared.
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