Former ECC Men's Basketball Player of the Year, Bradd Wierzbicki, Featured in the New York Post
Bradd Wierzbicki, a Queens College alum and the ECC Player of the Year in 2006 and 2007, was recently featured in the New York Post about his professional career overseas.
Former Queens College star Wierzbicki proving himself during overseas career
By: Joseph Staszewski
Bradd Wierzbicki has spent much of his career feeling
undervalued by those on the outside. He’s used to it now even
as it continues during his productive professional career.
“That stuff doesn’t bother me a lot,” the former Queens College star said. “I’m kind of used to it. ... You do want to get noticed as a basketball player. Everyone does.”
The 6-foot-3 shooting guard has never been under the bright lights that comes with being a top player in New York City. He played his high school ball at Cathedral Prep, a CHSAA Class C school at the time, and at Division II Queens College. Wierzbicki's teammates overseas continue to get a bulk of the headlines, which has fueled him, though he feels his slender frame makes people overlook him even now as a pro.
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