“Clemson’s an awesome offer because it’s an ACC school which is almost as close as it can be to a pro league,” Middlebrooks told 305Sports. “Also it’s where my sister goes to school which is cool.”
Averaging 17.8 points, 13.1 rebounds, and 1.4 rebounds per game, the class of 2022 forward led the Lions to another district title while also earning a spot on the 2020 Broward 1A-5A First-Team.
Since colleges have been allowed to contact 2022 recruits on June 15th, Middlebrooks has been very busy, picking up offers from Auburn, Florida, Maryland, Clemson, LSU, Iowa state, wake forest, Virginia tech, and FGCU.
A few other programs are also showing interest in the 6-foot-10 prospect. “I’ve also talked to Michigan, Northwestern, and a couple of others,” Middlebrooks claims.
With just a couple of years of high school basketball left, it is certain that Middlebrooks will be one of the nation’s best two-way players.
Wesley Cardet Picks Up Offer From Howard
Northeast star Wesley Cardet received his very fist HBCU offer from Howard University.
In his junior campaign, Cardet averaged 15 points, nine rebounds, and five assists per game, leading the Hurricanes to a 21-7 record, deserving of Broward Boys’ 7A-5A first-team honors.
According to 247Sports, Cardet has even landed a spot as the nation’s No.45 prospect in the class of 2021.
The 6-foot-6 guard also holds offers from Miami (FL), Florida, Clemson, and Maryland, and St. Johns among others.