The future is on the rise as always on the hardwood and the class of 2021 is no exception as talented sophomores from across the country continue to make their presence felt.  One talented prospect continuing to make noise in Missouri is guard Anton Brookshire of Kickapoo High School.  

Standing at 6’2” with a 160 plus pound frame, Brookshire is an intriguing blend of skill, athleticism, and savvy who brings to mind an old school type guard that can do things athletically or simply with quality decision making by playing momentum and angles against opposing guards.  A prolific scoring type with range from beyond the arc, Anton can finish at every level as he has the ability to score through traffic off the bounce, at the mid-range level with a pull up or simply by ripping the nets from beyond the arc.  Add to the mix handles, playing ability, solid vision, and excellent court savvy and it’s easy to see why there’s so much to be excited about with the young standout from Missouri.  A big shot maker who can put the team on his back, Brookshire is advanced beyond his years with his understanding and feel, the talented sophomore is just starting his ascent nationally and the best is yet to come.

He held an early offer from UNLV and has since added one from Missouri State, Tennessee State, and UW-Milwaukee.  The talented guard is also getting early interest from the likes of Missouri, Oklahoma State, and Tulsa.  Still far from a finished product, Brookshire has the potential to develop into an elite national talent who checks all the boxes on and off the court and with continued growth and development you can expect his recruiting trail to fill up substantially over the next 24 months as he’s one to keep close tabs on both regionally and nationally in the class of 2021.

He plays with the Missouri based Yanders Law program during the grassroots travel season.