Bret lettered in football, basketball, and track both his junior and senior years at Winter Park. In football he led the team in pass receiving and was the only Central Florida player to be named to both the offensive and defensive All Conference Teams as a receiver and a defensive back. During his senior year he was an Orlando Touchdown Club Offensive Player of the Week. In addition, Bret had a career high 28 points versus Lyman in the District Basketball Tournament, he is the co-holder of the 100 meter dash record, and he anchored the record-setting 440 relay team in track.
Bret went on to Concord College where he led the football team in receiving for three years. He was named Offensive Player of the Year as a senior and was selected to the All Conference Team.
Following college, Bret stayed with football as a profession. He spent eight years in the Orlando Predators organization, both as a player and assistant coach. Later he was the head coach for the Tennessee Valley Arena II football team, and with a 13-3 record, he was named Coach of the Year.
Bret presently lives in Philadelphia where he is the head coach of the Philadelphia Soul in the Arena Football League, taking them to last year’s playoffs.