The apple didn’t fall far from the tree when Brandon Childress decided where he wanted to play collegiate ball. The younger Childress wanted to follow his father’s footsteps to Wake Forest and continue the body of work his father had left before him. Many remember Randolph’s epic crossover in the ACC tournament along with his smooth three point stroke that helped the Demon Deacons in the late 90’s. Brandon is a 6′ point guard that finished his career under former Maryland Terp. Keith Gatlin at Wesleyan Christian Academy (NC). The DMV native is your prototypical point guard that gets his teammates involved and having a 3 pt. stroke like his father doesn’t hurt either. Look for the younger Childress to come in under the guidance of Danny Manning and help the Demon Deacons from Day 1. Hopefully we’ll be seeing that “Childress crossover” reenacted in the near future!