Keion Brooks shows why he’s one of 2019’s best at MSHTV Camp

While he is just hitting high school, Keion Brooks has been known to those following youth basketball for quite some time now. After all, you simply don’t see too many players who can go to work from the perimeter at 6-foot-7 before playing a varsity game. Brooks reminded us of that again at the 2015 MSHTV Camp in Indianapolis.

Fresh off of a visit to Indiana, Brooks missed the first day of action, but immediately made his presence felt. Able to play either forward position, he used his perimeter skill to push the ball in the open floor and make plays for others. When matched up with someone his own size, Brooks went to the blocks and went to work. He drilled countless deep jumpers, beat guys off of the dribble, and set the camp on fire with his Karl Malone-esque dunk on the break.

Already owning an offer from IUPUI, Brooks has been hearing from Indiana, Purdue, Michigan State, Virginia, and a ton of other powerhouse programs early in his freshman campaign.

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