General: Owns 97 career blocked shots, which ranks fourth on Miami's all-time list and is 12 away from tying the No. 3 total ... with 127 career 3-point field goals, needs just two 3-pointers to crack Miami's career top-10 list ... his .820 career free-throw percentage ties for second at Miami ... with 978 career points, needs just 22 points to become the 33rd player in program history to reach 1,000 career points ... traveled to Greece during summer 2008 on a 10-day trip sponsored by the American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association, averaging nearly 25.0 ppg for the AHEPA All-Stars.
2007-08: Second-Team All-MAC ... twice tabbed MAC East Division Player of the Week (Nov. 26 and Mar. 3) ... named to the Anaheim Classic All-Tournament Team ... amassed a career-high 36 points against Dayton (11/28), the most single-game points by a Miami player since Wally Szczerbiak in 1999 ... scored 30 points four times, including 30 against Mississippi State (11/25) at the Anaheim Classic, 32 against Central Michigan (2/9) and 31 against Ohio (3/1) ... his back-to-back 30-point efforts against Mississippi State (11/25) and Dayton (11/28) marked the first since Juby Johnson's back-to-back 30-point scoring efforts in 2004 ... knocked down a career-high 11 field goals, including nine 3-pointers against Dayton ... nailed seven of his nine 3-pointers in the first half, amassing 25 points in the first 20 minutes ... the nine treys rank second on Miami's single-game list ... his 65 3-pointers tie for fourth on Miami's single-season list ... also was in double figures for field goals against South Alabama (11/22), hitting 10 ... scored 20 or more points 11 times and scored in double figures 17 times ... led Miami in scoring, averaging 16.3 ppg ... amassed 42 blocked shots, which ranks seventh on Miami's single-season list ... recorded a career-high five blocked shots against Central Michigan (2/9), which ties for fifth on Miami's single-game charts ... had multiple blocked shots in 12 games, including four games with four or more blocked shots ... shot .841 (90-of-107) from the free-throw line, which ties for 10th on Miami's single-season list ... went 11-for-12 (.917) from the charity stripe against Central Michigan (2/9) and 10-for-11 (.909) the following game at Western Michigan (2/12) ... named Miami's Dr. Terry Hunt Free-Throw Award recipient and also named the team's Marshall North Award winner ... recorded a career-high nine rebounds against South Alabama (11/22) at the Anaheim Classic ... played a career-high 49 minutes at Western Michigan (2/12) ... ranked among MAC statistical leaders in all games in scoring (16.2 ppg, 5th), made 3-pointers (2.32 pg, 2nd), blocked shots (1.50 bpg, 3rd) and free throw percentage (.841, 6th) ... ranked among MAC statistical leaders in league-only games in scoring (15.6 ppg, 9th), blocked shots (1.77 bpg, 4th), made 3-pointers (2.15 pg, 5th), free throw percentage (.831, 8th) and steals (1.54 spg, 10th) ... played in 28 games, making 26 starts ... sat out five games, including Miami's College Basketball Inviational game, due to injury.
2006-07: Named to the MAC All-Tournament Team, helping the RedHawks to a MAC Tournament title and averaging 13.0 ppg during their tourney run ... tied a Miami single-season record for games played (33) ... made 31 starts at the guard position ... was in double figures for scoring in 18 games, including eight of Miami's last nine games ... scored more than 20 points three times ... scored a career-high 23 points against Kent State (1/7), tying a career-high with four 3-pointers ... scored 22 points against both Michigan (12/ 7) and Ohio (1/21) and matched a career high with four 3-pointers in each game ... amassed a career-best eight rebounds at Bowling Green (3/4) ... scored five of Miami's six points in overtime in a 64-62 win against Akron on 2/21, including the go-ahead 3-pointer ... set career highs for assists (7) and blocked shots (4) vs. Ball State (2/10) ... recorded a career-high five steals against Ohio (1/21) ... led the team with 41 blocked shots to help Miami to a team-record 135 blocked shots ... his 41 blocked shots rank seventh on Miami's single-season list ... also led the team with 46 steals, which tied for 10th on Miami's single-season chart ... ranked among MAC statistical leaders for all games in free-throw percentage (.832, 3rd), blocked shots (1.19, 5th), steals (1.44, 11th), 3-point field goal percentage (.368, 15th), scoring (11.0, 24th) ... ranked among MAC statistical leaders for league only games in free throw percentage (.825, 4th), blocked shots (1.31, 7th), assists (2.56, t-12th), scoring (10.6, 30th) ... hit multiple 3-pointers in 12 games, including four games draining four treys and three games hitting three 3-pointers ... tabbed MAC East Division Player of the Week (1/22).
2005-06: Played in all 29 games, making four starts (vs. Xavier (12/11), at Wichita State (12/20), at Michigan (12/22) and at Cincinnati (12/28) ... scored in double figures in five games ... led all scorers with a career-high 18 points at Michigan (12/11), going 6-for-8 from the field, including 3-for-4 from 3-point range ... played 30 minutes in his collegiate debut at then-No. 15/14 Alabama, scoring 12 points against the Crimson Tide, which was second on the team ... in his first collegiate start, played all 40 minutes and recorded 14 points, six rebounds and two blocked shots against Xavier (12/11) ... recorded 14 blocked shots, which ranked second on the team ... had multiple blocked shots in four games ... posted career highs of seven rebounds at Ohio (1/29) and at Kent State (2/25) ... over Miami's final 10 regular-season games in which it went 9-1, averaged 6.5 ppg, 4.1 rpg, while shooting .485 from the field and averaging 18.8 minutes per game ... also knocked down .829 percent of his free throws and added five steals and three blocked shots ... for the season, averaged 5.3 ppg and 3.0 rpg, while shooting .455 from the field, .343 from 3-point range and .766 from the free-throw line ... tabbed Miami's Arthur and Olga Adkins Freshman of the Year.
High School: Was the "Mr. Basketball" runner-up in the State of Michigan during his senior campaign ... a two-time all-state selection, earning first-team all-state distinction his senior year and third team all-state honors his junior year ... was a unanimous first-team all-state selection ... was a back-to-back choice as the conference MVP, earning the honor as a junior and senior ... twice earned first-team all-East Detroit News distinction ... a first-team all-league, all-East and all-Metro team selection in 2005 ... named captain of the all-Metro Team ... also named to the All-State "Dream Team" ... as a senior, he spearheaded Grosse Point North to a 24-3 record in 2004-05 as the team advanced to the State Final Four for the first time in school history ... the Norsemen went undefeated in league play and also won the district and region championships ... averaged 20.2 ppg, 7.2 rpg, 3.0 apg and 2.2 bpg as a senior ... as a junior, he helped his team to a 21-3 record and league and district championships, while averaging 18.0 ppg, 9.0 rpg and 4.0 apg ... a four-year letterwinner in basketball, serving as team captain three years ... also a two-year letterwinner in baseball ... a member of National Honor Society ... coached by Matt Trombley.
Personal: Son of Mike and Judy Bramos ... cousin, Mark Prylow, played basketball at Drake University and Michigan State University ... sister, Lauren Bramos, played volleyball at Oakland University ... majoring in business.