After a junior season in which he earned himself player of the year honors in the Midwest Classic Conference after averaging 18.4 points, 9.4 rebounds and 3.2 assists a game for Brookfield Academy (WI), Anthony Przybilla has continued his high level of play into the spring. Between standout performances at both the Spring Extravaganza and Grassroots Showcase, the 6’6” wing is a prominent reason the Milwaukee Trailblazers are an undefeated 8-0 on the NY2LA Association this season to date. 

“My seasons going really well right now. I’ve been trying to improve every day and I really feel like it’s been showing lately…I continue to impress even myself every single game and am always trying new things…I love playing with this team,” Przybilla said about his play with the Milwaukee Trailblazers this spring. 

“Really smooth,” is how he described his own game. “I’m almost 6’7” and I still play point guard for my school team and grassroots team. I can pass the ball really well and I understand the game and am able to make the best reads to help my team win the game. I also can guard pretty much one through five.” One aspect he is looking to improve upon is his three-point shot which he is working on every day. 

At the moment, Przybilla has no offers but plenty of interest from both division two and three schools across the region. With his size, skill set, and versatility on both ends of the floor, the junior has looked the part of a scholarship level player over the past several months. He is one of the region’s top under the radar 2024 prospects that should have plenty of college coaches watching him in the coming months.