With his play over the past year including last weekend at the NY2LA Swish N’ Dish Tournament with the Illinois Wolves, 6’3” Bradley Longcor has shown he is one of the top 2025 point guards in all of Illinois. While just halfway through his high school career, he already holds a few division one offers for himself. 

To date, Southeast Missouri State, UC-San Diego, and Western Illinois have all offered Longcor. “They all have great coaches that believe in me and I think they all see the best out of my potential,” he said about the trio of schools to have offered him. There are several other schools recruiting him currently, Bradley and Iowa State the most Longcor mentioned. 

In his sophomore season at Quincy High School, Longcor put up a big stat line of 14 points, 5 assists, and 4 rebounds per game. Even as only a sophomore, the point guard was a big reason Quincy was able to win 26 games and win a regional championship plus be named first team all-conference in the Western Big 6. 

Regardless of age group, Longcor was one of the top point guards last weekend at the Swish N’ Dish. There are few players his age that possess all the point guard tools he does.  He is a high IQ player with good size that moves exceptionally well with the ball in his hands. Longcor has such a great ability to see the floor and both score and distribute the basketball.