Brian Rawlings

Brookfield HS Class of 2021

2019 SWC Conference Basketball All-Conference Academic Team

The SWC Conference recognizes scholar athletes who achieve a 3.75, or higher cumulative GPA while participating in Varsity Athletics.

Phenom 150 National Camp 2017, San Diego, CA

“The big story at the 2017 Phenom 150 Camp, which was held over the weekend at Alliant University in San Diego, was the plethora of excellent talent in the Freshman Division….. We also were impressed with guys like 5'11 Frosh Brian Rawlings from Brookfield, CT….. Rawlings is a long, lanky, athletic white kid with good ball handling and passing skills for his size and position and the skills necessary to be able to both shoot and slash.” (Camp Rank: 11th of 120 9th grade players in camp)

The Hoop Scoop Report

Louisville, KY 08/11/2017

Clark Francis

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Brian was named by the Phenom 150 coaches to the Camp All-Star Team and given a Sportsmanship Award.

President's Award for Academic Excellence 2017

Brian Rawlings received this award along with more than a dozen of his classmates at WMS.

Founded in 1983, the President's Education Awards Program (PEAP) honors graduating elementary, middle and high school students for their achievement and hard work. This award recognizes academic success in the classroom. To be eligible, students must earn a grade point average of 90 on a 100 point scale, or a 3.5 on a 4.0 scale through grades 6, 7, and 8.

To learn more about the President's Award for Academic Excellence, please visit the U.S. Dept. of Education at

Jr. Phenom National Camp 2016, San Diego, CA

“Harris and Rawlings also were not named to play in the 8th Grade All-Star Game, but the former provided an excellent complement to Rogers and Green on one of the best teams in this age group and has the versatility to play both inside and outside. Ditto that with Rawlings, who has the length, versatility and skills necessary to play anywhere from the one to the four-spot and whose true position ultimately will depend up on how much he continues to grow.” (Camp Rank: 18 of 150 8th grade players.)

The Hoop Scoop Report, Louisville, KY 08/03/2016

Clark Francis,

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