6'8' Unsigned Senior Robert Braswell
Blythewood High School (Blythewood, SC)

He stands 6'9' with a wing span approaching 7'. Robert Braswell was the South Carolina High School League 5A high jump champion with a 6'6' jump. Putting basketball ability aside Braswell is a physical freak and that is a sure thing.

Once you get past the incredible physical gifts that Braswell has, you see his skill set. Braswell has all the tools to be a wing at the next level. He has a smooth, almost effortless jump shot with range. He is able to take it off the bounce, attack the basket and finish above the rim. He has an advanced middle game and all of the upside in the world to continue getting better.

Braswell's mother is in the military, so Braswell moved back to the United States after living in Germany. This summer Braswell played with Team United on Nike's Elite Youth Basketball League (EYBL) Circuit. Standing at 6'9' and weighing in a 175 pounds, in the 12 games he played in, Braswell shot 57% from the field and 52.9% (9-17) from beyond the 3-point line.

Last year, Braswell was an integral starter for the Blythewood basketball team that made it to the South Carolina 5A state championship game. Playing a secondary role to current Stetson freshman Keith Matthews, Braswell averaged 11 points on that team to go with the 6 rebounds and 1 blocked shot per game. The 5A classification in South Carolina is the state's largest classification and it is loaded with teams, filled with players who were committed to the likes of Wake Forest, South Carolina, Dayton, Providence, College of Charleston, UT Chattanooga and more.

The only drawback on Braswell is his weight as he is listed at 175 pounds, but as he gets into a college strength and conditioning program, there is no doubt that the weight will come. However, the general consensus is that he will become a true wing at the collegiate level.

As of right now, Braswell carries offers from the likes of Charlotte, Old Dominion, Fordham, Charleston Southern, Winthrop, SC State, James Madison and Stetson. This past week we have been receiving calls from schools around the Big 10, Big 12, Big East and Atlantic 10 with curiosity about him. Yes, we have had Braswell rated as a high major player since his 10th grade year, he is that good with an upside to be even better.

Watch this video below, it is from 2 scrimmage games played a couple weeks ago (yes 3 minutes of highlights from just 2 games). Currently, Blythewood stands 1-0 on the season. They beat Ridge View High School who carries 6'11' high major recruit Malcolm Wilson along with 3-4 other scholarship recruitable players. Braswell finished with 18 points in the big win, watch you are going to be impressed…

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