Brandon Roberson was born on April 10, 1987 in Galveston, Texas and raised in Rosharon, Texas thirty min outside of Houston, Texas.
Pure Sweat Basketball Skills Coach Brandon Roberson, played all four years of varsity basketball and football for the Angleton Wildcats from 2002-2006. Roberson was considered one of the best playmaking guards in the state of Texas. Brandon grew up playing on the AAU circuit for one of the top AAU programs in the country Houston Swoosh, alongside current NBA All Star DeAndre Jordan. At Angleton High School Coach Roberson was selected to the All-State team two out of the four years on varsity. As a senior he led his team to 35-4 record, including winning the regional championship game over Brenham. He was then named Most Valuable Player of the regional playoffs.
Coming out of Angleton High School Roberson set many records during his career with the Wildcats being named freshman of the year in 24-4A football to finishing his senior season as the state’s top 3point shooter, hitting 49 percent from behind the arc as he connected on over 80 three’s. Finishing his prep career as his school’s all-time leading scorer with 2,739 points.
Roberson was also named all-district all four years on varsity and was named to the all-region second-team as a sophomore and junior. After completing his junior season, he was named the district’s most valuable player as well The Brazoria County most valuable player. Roberson had several interests from division one programs across the country, verbally committing to the University of Houston as a junior, but things didn’t go as planned so he decided to take his talents to Texas A&M Corpus Christi where he helped the Islanders win their first ever Southland Conference Championship in 2007 under Head Coach Ronnie Arrow, who lead Corpus Christi to its first ever NCAA March Madness appearance vs Wisconsin.
Shortly after making history at Texas A&M Corpus Christi, Roberson choose to take his talents to Kilgore Jr College who competes in Region XIV. At Kilgore College Roberson was a first team All-Conference selection along with NBA All-Star Jimmy Butler. Shortly after his junior college season was over Roberson enrolled into Missouri Baptist University a division one NAIA program out of St. Louis where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts.
Roberson quickly became the Spartans main player the minute he stepped foot on campus winning New Comer of the year and First Team All-Conference in the 2008-2009 season. In 2009-2010 season Roberson’s senior year he took the entire NAIA by storm receiving National Player of the week on February 25th and was also a National Player of the week nominee twice that same season. On February 13, 2010 Roberson and the Spartans made school history knocking off the #7 McKendree University in a (81-78) upset at home pouring in 30 points, hitting 11-of-12 from the field. He shot a perfect 5-5 from behind the arc that night.
Roberson earned First Team All-Conference and All-American Honors that season. Shortly after his senior year he had an opportunity to play professional basketball in Europe. Playing in many different countries like Spain, Germany, Kosovo, Iceland and Montenegro where he was crowned league MVP of first division Montenegro in (2012-13) averaging 21.7ppg 2.3apg 1.3spg shooting a blistering 64.6 % from the field 52.2% from behind the arc.