Three-time Kentucky basketball player, Keion Brooks, has announced where he'll spend his senior year at. The Fort Wayne, Indiana native has decided to transfer to the University of Washington.
After spending the summer working out with NBA teams as well as the NBA's G League Camp, the forward decided it was in his best interest to return to college. At Kentucky, his most recent season was the best of his career, averaging 10.8 points, 4.4 rebounds and 1.0 assists on 49% shooting for the Wildcats.
His new role in Washington should be good for him, with it being a place that's on a slightly smaller stage where he can get more reps on a nightly basis. His time at Kentucky was good, but not much more than that. The inconsistency just wouldn't cut it in the long run, but on the games where he performed well they were exceptionally beneficial to his team. A year in Washington will be very good for Keion Brooks, I do believe. Congrats to Keion and we wish him the best.