On Tuesday, the Washington Wizards released a couple videos featuring Bradley Beal taking a group of Ron Brown High School students on a college tour and to the regional sports network that airs games on television.
First, Beal took 50 students on a tour of Howard University in Washington. along the way, they also met university president Wayne Frederick.
MUST SEE #Wizards Bradley Beal (@RealDealBeal23) is leading 50 students from @RBHSMonarchs on a college tour at @HowardU!!! The students also met with University President Dr. Wayne Frederick (@HUPrez17) ( @WashWizards)@wusa9 @WUSA9sports pic.twitter.com/0JE1nXBmWc— Darren M. Haynes (@DarrenMHaynes) February 4, 2020
In addition, Beal took RBHS students to NBC Sports Washington’s facility and studios in Bethesda, Md. There, the students met Wizards reporter Chris Miller who gave a talk to the students.
"A mentor of mine told me you have to bring somebody along with you, and if I can carry one of these 22 along with me then I feel like I've done my job."— Washington Wizards (@WashWizards) February 4, 2020
A group of @RBHSMonarchs students toured the @NBCSWashington facility with @cmillsnbcs.#WizCares | #RepTheDistrict pic.twitter.com/7hEIDx2dA8
It is always a great thing to see Beal act as a mentor to children and get inspired after meeting key figures in both higher education and media. You never know, perhaps the guard could be in contention for a second consecutive NBA Community Assist Award!