Brunner gave a complete performance in the tournament, one of the best overall two-way players of the week. Brunner was a vocal and physical presence that helped rally his teammates together and really surprised with his versatility. The only thing that Brunner can really work on is setting up his offense from the outside in. Brunner possesses a complete offensive game, but he prefers to play in the post, which is not going to be conducive to success on the next level for an undersized power forward. Defensively, Brunner doesnt have the vertical leap or standing reach to effectively challenge his opponent, so any foot speed drills he can do to improve his ability to beat people to their spots will be helpful. If Brunner is going to make it on the next level its going to have to come from the expansion of his offensive game. Brunner has an excellent touch all the way out to three-point range and if he hones his face-up game and becomes a true offensive threat, he could be a valuable hustle guy off the bench.