The five-star recruit holds offers from Michigan State, Indiana, Kentucky and others.
Fort Wayne native Keion Brooks Jr., one of the top high school basketball prospects in the country, has narrowed his list to six schools on Tuesday – and Indiana and Purdue remain in the running.
Brooks, who transferred from Fort Wayne North Side to LaPorte prep powerhouse La Lumiere for his senior season, named Indiana, Purdue, Kentucky, Michigan State, North Carolina and UCLA as his top six in a post on his Twitter account.
There are no real surprises on that list. The 6-8 Brooks, ranked No. 21 nationally in the 2019 class on the 247sports national composite, also had listed Georgetown, Iowa, Michigan, Texas when he cut his list to a top-10 in June.
Brooks helped North Side to an appearance in the Class 4A state finals as a sophomore. He averaged 23.4 points, 9.8 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game as a junior.
Center Grove’s Trayce Jackson-Davis said last week that he would like to play with Brooks in college. Jackson-Davis is considering Indiana, Iowa, Michigan State and UCLA. Both players will take official visits to Indiana this weekend and both have also taken an official visit to UCLA.
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Keion Brooks Jr. participated in the 2017 EYBL AAU event in Westfield on April 29, 2017.