|Hometown:||St. Louis, Mo.|
|Last School:||Webster Groves HS|
2010-11: Academic All-Conference ... Delivered a consistent season on both ends of the floor for the Bruins ... Started all 35 games ... Led Atlantic Sun and ranks sixth in NCAA in assist-to-turnover ratio ... Fifth in Atlantic Sun in assists per game ... Also among A-Sun leaders in three-point field goal percentage ... Career-high 17 points, seven assists vs. Lipscomb (1/13/11) ... 17 points vs. Miami (OH) (12/30/10) ... 14 points, four assists, three rebounds vs. Stetson (1/30/11) ... 13 points, four assists, three rebounds at Campbell (2/12/11) ... 13 points at [24/23] Tennessee (11/16/10) ... 12 points, four assists, three rebounds at Lipscomb (1/25/11) ... 11 points, five rebounds, five assists vs. Kennesaw State (12/16/10) ... Six points, eight assists, four steals at Alabama State (12/20/10) ... Five points, eight assists vs. Marist (11/22/10) ... Four points, eight assists, three rebouns vs. Arkansas State (11/17/10) ... Five pointa, two assists, two steals in NCAA Tournament second round vs. Wisconsin (3/17/11).
2009-10: Academic All-Conference ... A steadying influence with solid point guard play, on-the-ball defense and late-game free throw shooting ... Led the Atlantic Sun Conference and ranked among NCAA leaders in assist-to-turnover ratio ... Eighth in Atlantic Sun in assists per game ... 10th in conference in three-point field goal percentage ... Sixth in free throw percentage in league games ... Appeared in all 31 games with eight starts ... Seven double figure scoring games ... Nine games of 5+ assists ... Career-high 16 points, five assists at Mercer in Atlantic Sun Quarterfinal (3/4/10) ... 15 points, including 8-for-9 free throw shooting, at ETSU (2/1/10) ... 13 points, five assists vs. ETSU (1/23/10) ... 11 points, career-high tying seven assists two steals at Eastern Illinois (11/28/09) ... 11 points, three assists and two rebounds at No. 1 Kansas (12/29/09) ... 10 points, four assists, four steals vs. Kennesaw State (2/27/10) ... 10 points, four rebounds at Florida Gulf Coast (2/20/10) ... Nine points, career-high seven rebounds, six assists, four steals at Stetson (2/18/10) ... Eight points, three rebounds at St. Louis (12/16/09) ... Seven points, seven assists, five rebounds at Lipscomb (1/11/10).
2008-09: Academic All-Conference ... Emerged as a valuable backcourt contributor off the bench ... Intense, heady performer who should see role expand in years to come ... Adept at setting up teammates and hitting perimeter shots; underrated defender and leader ... Appeared in all 33 games ... Made final defensive play to secure monumental comeback victory at Campbell (2/6/09) ... Scored career-high 11 points, four rebounds, four assists in 19 minutes at North Florida (12/6/08) ... Career-high 21 minutes, seven points, four rebounds, three assists vs. Campbell (1/10/09) ... Five points, rebound vs. Lipscomb (1/12/09) ... Five points, two rebounds, assist at Tennessee (12/20/08) ... Four points, two rebounds, two assists at Tennessee State (12/1/08) ... At least one assist in 24 of 33 games ... Three points, three rebounds, assist, steal vs. North Florida (2/26/09) ... Three points at Jacksonville (12/4/08) ... Three points, rebound vs. Austin Peay (11/17/08) ... Three points, assist in 11 minutes in collegiate debut vs. Samford (11/14/08) ... Two assists in Postseason CIT victory at Evansville (3/18/09) ... Made six of first eight three-pointers of career.
Prior to Belmont: Highly regarded floor general for renowned Webster Groves High School program under head coach Jay Blossom ... Led WGHS to remarkable 105-15 record over four-year varsity career ... Leader of Webster Groves' 2008 State Championship team ... Program's second all-time leading scorer with 1,648 career points ... Program's career leader in assists (420) and steals (262) ... Two-time All-State selection ... Two-time All-Metro St. Louis selection ... Three-time All-Conference selection; twice conference Player of the Year ... Two-time Suburban South Player of the Year ... Averaged 19.5 points, 5.0 assists and 3.0 steals per game as senior ... Led team and conference in scoring, assists, steals, three-point field goals and free throws ... Named Missouri Player of the Year by numerous media outlets and publications, including Fox Sports Net, MaxPreps.com, STLHoopsInsider.com and Rameybasketball.com ... Listed among top players in state of Missouri by MoSports.com ... Represented Missouri in prestigious Illinois-Missouri Riverwar game ... McDonalds All-American Nominee ... Averaged 17.6 points, 3.7 assists and 3.0 steals per game as a junior for 27-3 WGHS ... Averaged 13.2 points, 2.6 assists and 2.1 steals per game as a sophomore ... Played for the St. Louis Eagles.
Personal: Majoring in Entrepreneurship ... Son of Brady and Colleen Hanlen ... Born Brady Andrew Hanlen on September 28, 1989 in St. Louis, Mo. ... Also a standout high school soccer player; Honorable Mention All-Conference with 12 goals and four assists as a senior ... Has three siblings, Ashley, Maddie and Lu-Lu ... Former high school teammates Adrian Clayborn (Iowa football), Scott Suggs (Washington), Jessie Perry (Arizona), Josh McCoy (Cleveland State) ... Enjoys working out, personal training younger athletes and hanging out with friends ... Lists LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Chad Ochocinco, Michael Vick and Usain Bolt among favorite athletes.