As one of the faces of Jordan Brand, Bradley Beal got a front row seat at the annual Jordan Brand Classic this weekend, showcasing the best of the best in boys and girls high school hoops, and even saw one of his young Bradley Beal Elite pupils walk away with MVP honors.

The Jordan Brand Classic, now in its 21st season, annually features 22 of the Top 100 high school senior hoopers in the nation on both the boys and girls sides. This year, the games were actually played for the first time in three years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Brad, who participated in the 2011 game as a player, was on hand this year and joined Paul Biancardi and Jason Ross Jr. on the live streaming broadcast during the game.

And BB was like a proud big brother watching two members of his Bradley Beal Elite Nike EYBL boys program for the last several years, Nick Smith Jr. and Brandon Miller, thrive in the competitive environment amongst the best players from the Class of 2022.

Smith, who is committed to the fast-rising program of the Arkansas Razorbacks, scored 27 points in Team Flight’s 118-109 loss to Team Air to earn MVP honors.