The No. 85 ranked player in the class of 2006 Bryan Beasley has lead his Pflugerville (Texas) High School team to a 30-3 record as they approach the playoffs. Exceptional both on the court and in the classroom, Beasley, a 5-foot-11, 170-pound point guard, has four schools at the top of his list with two schools now at the top.
"I'm looking at Stanford, Texas A&M, Illinois and Indiana," said Beasley. "Stanford and [Texas] A&M are my leaders right now."
Stanford did stand alone as Beasley's favorite, but Texas A&M joined them at the top of the list after an unofficial visit.
"I like the fact that Texas A&M is a strong Engineering school," he said. "I also like their team. It's very well coached."
Beasely, who has a 4.23 GPA and a SAT score of 1110, has thought highly of Stanford for some time and is hoping to visit Stanford this summer.
"I like everything about them," he said. "They have great academics and seem to always have a good team."
Although not certain that he will major in Engineering, Beasley noted that it has always been an interest of his.
On the season, Beasley is averaging 19 points per game.