The 6’11 centre showed out in a major way on the AAU circuit.
If a team managed to box him out on successive possessions, they considered that a win. That’s how tough Brent is to stop on the boards.
Throw in more than capable hands and impressive footwork, and you’ve got yourself one 220-pound monster.
On top of this is Brent’s monster heart. He played through injury. He played through illness. He had his own rendition of the “flu game” in which he still had the game-sealing block and offensive rebound.
It’s no wonder Division I schools, Albany, Idaho and Robert Morris have all come knocking for the 2017 big.