He’s a published poet. His charcoal sketch hangs in his Fort Lauderdale, Fla., home. “When you walk in the door, you see it,” his mother, Tonya, said last week.
The Florida Boys’ Choir invited him to tour with them. His classmates sat enthralled as he recited Shakespeare.
Brandon Knight is more than simply the University of Kentucky’s point guard. Much more.
His wide range of experiences befit a person raised to be the antithesis of a one-and-done anything.
“No one should be one-dimensional,” Tonya said. “Everybody should have options. We tried to raise him to always have options in this world.”