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Posted On: 06/14/17 10:27 AM
The 2018 Oklahoma Class is a deep one for Division II prospects. One prospect receiving a ton of love from Division II programs around the region is Brooks Haddock out of Muskogee. He has gone largely under the radar from the state point of view being at Sand Springs and Muskogee the east side is very aware of his talents. Haddock is a scoring machine.
He scores the basketball very well from all three levels. The thing that most sets Haddock apart is his ability to rise and shoot the three-point shot and mid-range jumper. Haddock is one of the top scorers in the state of Oklahoma, but what often goes under the rug is his efficiency.
Haddock is hearing from Division II and JUCO programs.
“I have some interest from some Division II schools and JUCO’s,” said Haddock. “I have been working on my game and doing my best to increase my ball handling skills.”
The move from Sand Spring to Muskogee was a large one that seems to have worked out pretty well for Haddock.
“The move has been good,” said Haddock. “I couldn’t be more happy with how it has turned out.”
Playing with Playmaker Express this spring Haddock has helped get him name out more. The GASO and several other tournaments have been a platform for Haddock who has capitalized on his opportunities. Haddock won tournament MVP of the GASO.
Colleges at the Division II and JUCO level looking for a two Guard around 6’3 that can fill it up will be intrigued by what Haddock brings to the table.
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