Class of 2022 F Brady Smith is one of the most talented players in the Houston area that many people feel is still flying under the radar a bit. The 6’9 F is coming off a great summer in which he was able to play against some of the best talent in the country and hold his own. He plays the game with a chip on his shoulder and is constantly in the gym improving all aspects of his game. He has all the tools needed to be an impact player at the next level and it is only matter of time before he shows everyone who doubted him that they made a huge mistake. 
 
The Cy-Fair High School standout is an ultimate blend of size and skill at the high school level. He has a natural feel for the game and is dominant around the basket. He has plethora of post moves and scores the basketball with ease in the half court. He may be the best rim runner in all high school basketball and is always in attack mode. He is a great passer and can be used in multiple ways within the offense. He has a high IQ and always seems to make the right plays for his team. He has put in a lot of working stretching his shooting range beyond fifteen feet and has worked to expand beyond the three-point line. He has gotten more comfortable putting the ball on the floor and has showed glimpses of what may come with continued improvement of ball handling and being used further out on the perimeter. His shooting mechanics are above average and shoots an exceptionally good percentage from the free throw line.

Defensively he protects the rim at all costs. His has exceptionally long arms and makes it difficult for opponents to challenge him at the rim. He moves his feet very well and is active out on the perimeter when he is forced away from the basket. He rebounds the ball well on both ends of the floor and can begin the break in transition. He plays the game with a high motor and a lot of passion and impacts the game on both ends of the floor. College programs who may have been in the dark about his talents are now starting to take notice and look to get a front row seat at his development. 

Many of the schools in the region will pay close attention to his play of the winter season and put themselves in position to get him on campus in the fall. We fully expect for his name to be off the board soon.