Izaiah Brockington had a senior year for the ages, and now the Philly hoops star is betting on himself and a better offer — deciding to attend a prep school to join the Class of 2018.
Brockington announced Monday that he’ll be spending a post-graduate year at Woodstock Academy in Woodstock, Conn., on his Twitter account.
— Izaiah Brockington (@TheOnlyiZB) April 17, 2017
“I had some more maturing to do, some more developing to do before I was really ready to make an impact at Day 1 in the college level,” Brockington said last week at the Donofrio Classic.
Brockington — a more electric and futuristic version of his father — helped lead the Raiders to the winningest season in program history and their first-ever berth in the PIAA Class 6A semifinals.
Brockington averaged 18.7 points per game during the season and 17.9 in the Philadelphia Catholic League, where he earned first-team All-Catholic honors.school.
Brockington plays for K-Low Elite on the AAU circuit and he’s currently playing for Team Philly in the Donofrio Classic.
— Overtime (@overtime) April 13, 2017