While only a sophomore, Brady Corso is already a big impact at the varsity level for Neenah High School (WI). With the 6’0” guards’ contributions, Neenah is out a 5-1 start on the season. 

The sophomore has already found his way into Neenah’s starting lineup this season and taken full advantage of it. In the six games, Corso is averaging 10.2 points, 2.3 rebounds, 1.3 assists, and 1.3 steals per game. This is all while shooting 48% from the field as well as 41% from beyond the arc. He has only continued to get better this season as he scored a team high 16 points in his most recent game while going four of seven from deep. 

Corso is looking to continue the strong start for Neenah. “Continue to get better every day, win the conference, and go deep in the playoffs and have a chance at a state title,” are the sophomores goals for the current high school season. 

While Corso excels shooting it from the outside, he is also a complete guard. He is a smart guard that plays well with or without the ball. He has good handle and maneuvers well with the ball in his hands. He has a good ability to get to the basket as well as finish there. Corso is an instinctual guard that plays with good energy and makes his presence felt in all areas of the game. 

Corso plays with the Wisconsin Blizzard.