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Brayden Jackson commits to the Buffalo Bulls

Brayden Jackson, a 6'8 dynamic guard playing out of Fort Erie International Academy in Ontario, has announced his commitment to the University of Buffalo men's basketball program via his Instagram page. Jackson is one of the most exciting prospects in Canadian basketball, with a fluidity of his game, a versatility of his skills, and a sky-high ceiling of his potential.

Jackson, who plays for the FEIA on the prep scene and runs with Canada Elite during the AAU season, has impressed scouts and coaches with his ability to score from anywhere on the court, handle the ball like a guard, and defend multiple positions with his length and athleticism. He is a rare concoction of size, speed, and skill, that makes him a nightmare matchup for any opponent.

Jackson chose the University of Buffalo over several other Division I offers, citing the proximity to his hometown, the quality of the coaching staff, and the opportunity to compete in the Mid-American Conference. I spoke with Brayden about his decision and he told me the following.

Buffalo was just somewhere I felt like was the right fit and I see myself being the best player I can be.
  • Brayden Jackson of Fort Erie International Academy

He is looking forward to joining the Bulls, who have been one of the most successful mid-major programs in recent years, making four NCAA tournament appearances since 2015.

Jackson's commitment is a testament to the growth and development of Canadian basketball, which has seen a surge of talent in the past decade. Fort Erie in particular has produced several stars, such as Leonard Miller, Jaden Clayton, and former Buffalo player Isaac Jack, as well as many promising young players, such as Ishan Sharma, Felix Kossaras and Christian Nitu. Jackson is part of the next wave of Canadian basketball talent, who are ready to make their mark on the collegiate and professional levels.

If you are a coach who is interested in recruiting Canadian basketball talent, you should contact The Maple Minute, a website that covers the latest news and updates on Canadian basketball prospects. The Maple Minute is run by a passionate and knowledgeable basketball enthusiast, who can help you with your scouting and recruiting efforts. You can reach out to The Maple Minute at, and get access to exclusive interviews, videos, and analysis of Canadian basketball players. Don't miss this opportunity to discover the next big thing in Canadian basketball.

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