Brandon West is a former professional football player. Brandon’s football career began at Camden County High School in Kingsland, Georgia where he set the individual career scoring record. In 2006, he was the Region 3-AAAAA Player of the Year, Associated Press First-Team All-State, Southeast Georgia Player of the Year, Atlanta Journal All-State team, first-team Region 3-AAAAA, and he also scored three touchdowns in GACA All-Star game during his senior year.

Brandon earned a lot of attention from colleges all across the U.S. He made the decision to attend Western Michigan University. While attending WMU, Brandon majored in sociology and minored in recreation. On the football field, his global success continued to grow as well. He set numerous records, including 2 NCAA records for all-purpose yards and kick return yards. Brandon was a four-time college All-American from 2006-2009.

In early 2017, West decided to walk away from the game of football to spend more time with his family and to help other individuals accomplish their fitness goals. He went back to school to become a certified personal trainer as well as learn more about the human body.

In his own words, “Create the life that you can’t wait to wake up to!”