Another member of the talented 2024 Wisconsin Blizzard team has made their college commitment. First it was Will Hornseth pledging to Northern Iowa, then Ty Fernholz to Michigan Tech, and now it is Brady Corso committing to Saint Leo. This group won the NY2LA Association last year at the 16U level and this season were the runner ups with Corso playing a prominent role in both of those. 

The 6’2” senior combo guard of Neenah High School (WI) was initially offered to Saint Leo earlier this month following an official visit to the Florida program. While they just offered him a few weeks ago, they have been interest in him awhile now. Corso took an unofficial visit to Saint Leo last year in September. He chose Saint Leo over his other offers coming from Northern Michigan and Quincy University, who both had offered over him during the summer. Some of the other schools to had shown interest in him included Minnesota-Duluth, Winona State, among other division two programs. 

As a sophomore, Corso averaged 10 points per game on the state champion Neenah High School team. Then this past season as a junior he bumped his scoring up to 15.8 points while shooting 51.5% from the field and 44.2% from three as Neenah advanced to the state semifinals. During his junior season he earned honorable mention all-state honors from the WBCA. 

Saint Leo is getting a quick and bouncy guard with a well-rounded game who can excel playing on or off the ball. He has proven to be a knockdown shooter from the outside but also is a smart playmaker with the ball in his hands. He is currently ranked 21st in Wisconsin’s 2024 class by NY2LA.