It has been a monumental year for Brady Corso. To start the year, he scored 10 points a game as a sophomore on route to helping Neenah High School win a Wisconsin state championship. Then he was a key piece of the Wisconsin Blizzard team that captured the 16U NY2LA Association championship while earning honorable mention honors in the process. 

“It’s truly been a blessing to be a part of both Neenah Basketball and Blizzard programs,” Corso said about his championship seasons. “I’m grateful to have Coach Rabas and Coach Nordgaard, and phenomenal teammates.”  

The 6’1” guard is one of the top 2024 shooters in the area. More than a shooter however, Corso is a high IQ guard that is a skilled passer and can make plays off the dribble. With his play he has received interest from division one and two programs. Minnesota Duluth, St. Leo, Winona State, Wisconsin-Green Bay, and Wisconsin-Parkside are amongst the programs showing interest currently. 

So far, he has visited two of these schools, St. Leo and Winona State, which he called both visits “great”. For his trip south to St. Leo, Corso said, “My family and I received a private tour of the campus by Coach Henke. I also got to talk with Coach Randall.” For his visit to Winona State, “I got to meet some of the team and Coach Eisner, watch them play, and get a feel for their play style. Learn more about the university and basketball program.”

Recently, Corso was ranked the twenty first prospect in the 2024 NY2LA Wisconsin rankings.