Brandon Scott, from League Two Southend United. He has joined the Millers on a youth loan until the end of the season.
Scott has been a key player in the Southend United Youth team and now has the chance to play in competitive league football.
Brandon Scott spent six years at Charlton Athletic before joining Blues as an U16 player last season.
He has all the weapons that a potent winger requires at his disposal, with superb crossing ability, an eye for goal and fantastic 1 on 1 skills that allow him to dribble past any opponent.
Scott made great progress during last season so that he eventually started two games for the U18s as a schoolboy. In the first of those, against Milton Keynes Dons, he set up a Jack Bridge goal, and he went on to play in four of the last five games in the 2012/13 season.
Brandon is an athletic wide man, by the middle of October he had already received a nomination for the League Football Education Goal of the Month Award for his goal against Gillingham.
Scott scores goals, and many of them are spectacular at the end of dribbles.
In 2013/14 he scored nine times in 29 matches for Blues.
After impressing again this season Brandon now joins the Millers on loan until the end of the season and now comes into the side for our home match against Barkingside on Saturday.