While the state of Texas has more than their fair share of elite 2022 prospects that are already front and center nationally, they also have plenty of talented prospects blooming late that are legitimate Division 1 prospects.  One such talent is PG Nazir Brown of Coppell HS TX).

A powerful 6-2 lead guard, Brown is primed to become a big story in Texas the next 8-12 months, not because he hasn’t already produced at a high level but rather he like many others didn’t have the chance to play in front of college coaches due to the COVID-19 pandemic this year.  Regardless of the reason, one thing that’s for certain is Brown can play and he can play at a very high level.  

Equipped with nice size, strength, etc. the Coppell HS standout has plenty of skill.  He handles the ball well, he can score off the bounce, he has the ability to hit the mid-range pull up, he can stretch the defense with range that extends beyond the arc, and he sees the floor well to create opportunities for his teammates.  A difficult cover because of his multi-dimensional impact on the court, Brown has a real game and he has shown an ability to produce no matter who he lines up against.  

One of the true sleepers left in the southwest part of the country, Brown looks and feels like a potential high major guard and he’s primed to send that message clear and loud against any opposing team he lines up against in the coming months.  Brown plays with the 3D Empire program during the grassroots travel season.