After a strong high school season at West Allis Hale (WI), Robert Peters has continued it this spring with 24Up. During his junior high school season, the 6’8” power forward averaged 18.8 points, 6.3 rebounds, and 2.2 assists per game. 

At both the session one and two of the NY2LA Association in April, Peters was named as a stock booster. When talking about his time about playing with 24Up, Peters said “This spring has been great. Love being able to play hard with this group of guys.“

Peters described his own game as “very versatile. I can play many roles on the court and can easily adapt to those roles, also am versatile on the defensive end as well and can guard from guards to big. I am also a playmaker as I can not only make plays for myself but get my team involved in the game as well.” 

Back in September, Peters received his first division one offer from Southern Illinois Edwardsville. While he has not yet made the visit south to Edwardsville, there is already one main thing he like about them. Their coaching staff is already standing out to Peters, especially since one of them, Colin Schneider, is from Wisconsin. 

With his blend of size, mobility, and versatile ability on both ends of the floor, Peters has a game that could translate very well to the next level.