While Brookfield Central has a tremendous senior duo in Texas commit David Joplin and University of St. Thomas commit Ben Nau, junior Andrew Rohde is not one to forget about. Rhode is a smooth scoring 6’5” junior guard. 

As a part of the 15-5 Brookfield Central squad, Rohde is currently scoring 13.8 points per game to go along with 3.5 assists and 3.6 rebounds per game. The marksmen is shooting the ball over 40% from beyond the arc right now. 

Rohde is one of the top shooters in his area and great range with his jumper. As well he has good size at the guard position along with good length. Even with his great shooting ability, there are some parts of it he would still like to work on. “I would like to improve my shooting off the dribble. I think I can become a more complete player if I can keep improving shooting off the dribble,” Rohde said. 

While plenty of division one programs are showing interest in him, DePaul is the lone school to have offered Rohde a scholarship so far. Appalachian State, Belmont, South Dakota, St. Thomas, Valparaiso, Wake Forest, and Wisconsin-Green Bay are just some of the other programs after the junior. 

When talking about these schools, Rohde stated “Valpo and St. Thomas recruiting is standing out to me right now. Both are great schools and great basketball programs.” Rohde is looking for a college that will feel like home to him and provide a good education. 

Rohde is no stranger to winning during his career at Brookfield Central. As a freshman, he was a key reserve as part of their state championship team. Last year he was a key part of their 24-1 team before the cancellation of the state tournament. Rohde and Brookfield Central will be looking to make another run towards a state championship in the coming weeks.