Brandon, who is from Washington D.C., enrolled at UEL last year. In October, the University and the Lions announced a partnership which allows Lions players to study at UEL, and UEL students to do work placements with the Lions.
UEL director of sport, Matt Tansley, said, "We are the only London university with a partnership of this type, providing opportunities for student athletes to not only compete at the highest level, but also to receive world-class and industry-leading dual career support.
"Brandon has access to services including lifestyle and career development training and medical services which ultimately give him an advantage, whether that's in sport, a job interview or planning for his future.
"It is a privilege to see players like Brandon take full advantage of this collaboration, achieving success with both the London Lions and UEL Basketball, and gaining the tools that will allow them to continue to accomplish great things in life."
UEL is an accredited TASS (Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme) site. This means that the University provides support for athletes to develop in both sport and their professional careers.