|Area of Distinction:||Men's Basketball|
Bradley Blue competed for the N.C. Wesleyan men's basketball program from 2000 to 2004 and wrapped up his career as one of Wesleyan's top-5 all-time leading scorers at the time. He led his Bishops to four straight winning seasons, which included the 2002 DIAC Tournament Championship and an NCAA Tournament appearance.
Individually, Blue gained notoriety as a junior in 2003 when he became just the fifth Bishop in program history to garner All-American honors. That same season saw him earn his second straight First Team All-Conference award, as well as a second consecutive All-Region honor after averaging over 17 points per game. Additionally, Blue was named the 2002 and 2003 Dixie All-Tournament teams, earning both tournament and team Most Valuable Player accolades for the 2002 champion Bishops.
In 103 career games, Blue racked up 1,608 career points and dished out 263 assists. Both totals remain in Wesleyan's all-time top-10, as does his career high for steals in a season with 61 in 2003.