Bryan Beasley, the No. 85 ranked player in the class of 2006 is a dynamic scoring point guard. Beasley, 5-foot-11 and 170-pounds, from Pflugerville (Texas) High School is working with a list of five schools at the moment.
“Bryan is interested in Stanford, Texas A&M, Illinois, Oklahoma, and Baylor,” said Beasley’s father Mark Beasley, who is also his AAU coach with the Texas Ambassadors. “He hasn’t received any offers as of yet but is getting a lot of interest."
A couple of the schools on his list have watched him play this Fall.
"Illinois and Texas A&M have been by to watch Bryan workout,” said Coach Beasley. “Others are scheduled to come."
Being a tremendous scoring threat has caused Beasley to spend as much time at the shooting guard position as he has spent at his natural position at the point.
"Bryan's natural position is point guard, but he is such a good shooter that a lot of times he is asked to play shooting guard for us,” said Coach Beasley. “I think once he concentrates on just playing the point, he will do a good job at it. In fact, Bryan won the most promising recruit award at Five Star in Pitt."
Beasley averaged 14 points, 7 rebounds, and 3 assists per game last season as a sophomore.