Bryant Crawford
Bryant  Crawford


Silver Spring, Md.

High School:
Gonzaga College HS

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 200



Deacons Rally to Defeat Pitt, 63-59

Wake Forest matched its program record by overcoming a 19-point deficit behind 22 points and 13 boards from John Collins.


Wake Forest Falls to Clemson, 73-68

The Tigers finished the game on a 15-0 run to turn a 68-58 deficit into a victory.


Deacs Open 2016-17 by Beating Radford, 80-59

Wake Forest led from start to finish, fueled by John Collins' first-career double-double.


Crawford Named to Coaches’ All-ACC Freshman Team

Demon Deacon point guard earns second freshman-team honor


Bryant Crawford Named to All-ACC Freshman Team

Devin Thomas named honorable mention All-ACC


Wake Forest vs. Kansas State (NCAA First Four)

Wake Forest vs. Kansas State (NCAA First Four) March 14, 2017


USATSI Gallery - Wake Forest vs. Boston College - ACC Tournament 2017

USATSI Gallery - Wake Forest vs. Boston College - ACC Tournament 2017


Wake Forest vs. Virginia Tech

March 4, 2017


Wake Forest vs. Pitt

The Wake Forest men's basketball team took on Pitt inside the LJVM Coliseum on Wednesday, Feb. 22.


USATSI Gallery - NC State @ Wake Forest

USATSI Gallery - NC State @ Wake Forest

• In 2016-17, became the first Deac with 500 points and 150 assists in a season since Randolph Childress in 1994-95
• Joined Chris Paul and Ish Smith as the only Deacons with at least 300 assists by the end of their sophomore season
• Enters 2016-17 with a 25-game streak of double-figure scoring, the longest active streak in the ACC
• 2016 All-ACC Freshman Team honoree after leading the league's newcomers in assists and steals
• Enters the season on a four-game streak of 20-point games

• Started all 33 games
• Recorded 30 double figure games, including 11 20-point games
• Seven of 11 20-point games came vs. ACC opponents
• Averaged 16.2 points and 5.5 assists per game, becoming the first Deac to average 15.0 points and 5.0 assists since Chris Paul in 2004-05
• Led the team in assists and steals and was second in scoring
• Had two double-doubles (20 points and 11 assists vs LSU; 20 points and 10 assists vs. Kansas State)
• 10 assists vs. Kansas State in the First Four (Mar. 14) set a Wake Forest record for a NCAA Tournament game
• Tied a career high with 26 points (13-14 FTs) and had five assists at Virginia Tech (Mar. 4)
• Scored career-high 26 points (15-15 FT, 3rd best perfect game in school history) vs. No. 17 Duke (Jan. 28)
• Had 17 points, including the game-winning 3-pointer with 2.0 seconds left, at UNCG (Dec. 9)
• Charleston Classic All-Tournament Team after averaging 16.3 points and 5.7 assists in games vs. UTEP, Villanova and Charleston

• Started 30 games
• Averaged 13.8 points, 4.4 assists, 3.0 rebounds and 1.7 steals per game
• Second on the team in scoring and led team in minutes, assists, steals and 3-pointers
• All-ACC Freshman Team (Media and Coaches)
• Led ACC freshmen in assists (133) and steals (52)
• Had 19 points and tied a Wake Forest ACC Tournament record with six steals vs. NC State (Mar. 8)
• ACC Rookie of the Week (Feb. 22) after having 20 points, six rebounds, six assists and five steals at Pitt (Feb. 16), the first 20-5-5-5 game by a Deacon since Chris Paul in 2005
• Scored 20 points at No. 25 Notre Dame (Jan. 31) and a career-high 22 points (8-10 FG, 3-5 3FG) vs. No. 11 Virginia (Jan. 26), becoming the first Deacon freshman with back-to-back 20-point games in ACC play since Travis McKie (2010-11) and against ranked foes since James Johnson (2007-08)
• Twice had nine assists in a game (Arkansas, Coastal Carolina), the most by a Wake Forest freshman since Ish Smith in 2006-07
• Scored 13 points, including the game-winning layup with three seconds left, and had four steals vs. No. 13 Indiana in Maui (Nov. 23)
• First Demon Deacon freshman to score at least 20 points in two of his first three collegiate games since Rodney Rogers in 1990-91

• A 2015 graduate of Gonzaga College High School in Washington, D.C.
• 2014-15 District of Columbia Gatorade Player of the Year
• Participated in NBPA Top-100 Camp, the LeBron James, Kyrie Irving skills academies, and the Under Armour Elite 24 game in Brooklyn
• First Team All-Metro selection
• 2015 WCAC Champion with Gonzaga and a First Team All-Tournament selection
• Was named a finalist for the 2013 USA U-16 National team
• Rated as a four-star recruit by ESPN, Rivals and Scout
• Ranked by Scout as the No. 74 overall recruit in the class of 2015, while ESPN and Rivals tabbed him No. 80 overall
• Ranked by Scout as the No. 10 point guard in the class and No. 18 by ESPN
•Played AAU for Team Takeover

• Full name is Bryant DeJuan Crawford
• Son of Ragen Hall
• Born March 21, 1997 in Silver Spring, Md.
• Has two younger siblings, Jerome and Amerah Hilliard

Duke vs. Wake Forest Football