Former Robert Morris forward AJ Bramah made the decision towards the end of the regular season to leave the Colonials program and enter the NCAA transfer portal. Since then, he’s narrowed down the large list of schools that have shown interest to a top four.
The 6-foot-7 forward announced Monday afternoon on Twitter that the four schools that he’ll decide between are Arizona State, St. Bonaventure, Nevada and Western Kentucky.
UPDATE: I appreciate every Univeristy that took their time to recruit me. These are my FINAL 4 schools and I will be committing on Friday March 26. pic.twitter.com/vVKim9QT2p
— BramahBull (@ajbramah) March 22, 2021
Before opting out from Andy Toole’s program, Bramah was averaging 21 points and 10 rebounds per game. In the 2019-20 season he was a major reason for Robert Morris winning the NEC postseason tournament. Bramah averaged 13 points, 7.9 rebounds and shot 56% from the field during the regular season.
Bramah originally announced that he would be making his decision on March 20 but has since announced that he’d need more time to decide. He also planned on announcing a top three but expanded that to four teams and added Arizona State.