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Posted On: 10/1/15 4:30 PM

Update on 10/1/15 by Alex Conover

Photo credit: Tim K of Breakdown Sports USA 

Princeton guard Brady Peterson’s junior season didn’t end so well. That’s part of why he’s gearing up for a big winter.

“We won six games last year and I missed the last four games of regular season plus playoffs with a broken hand,” he told NHR. “Not really a successful year on paper, but we are returning almost all of our guys and we are looking towards a great season. Our tough Mississippi 8 conference should strengthen us for a solid section title run.”

With the hand healed and his senior year underway, Peterson is doing what it takes to become a strong prospect on the court and in the classroom.

“So far this fall, I’m concentrating on my schoolwork and seeing results,” Peterson said. “I have a 3.9 GPA at the moment. Lifting is also a main focus, as I’m targeting the 185-pound weight range. I’m currently 6-foot-3 and 180 lbs.

“I’m playing shooting guard, but my coach said I will switch back and forth from the point back to the wing. With Fury Jordan, it was hard to take on a ‘role player’ role

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