Brooke McCarty


Rank: 17

Class: 2014
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5-5
Hometown: League City, TX
High School: Clear Springs
Club Team: Cy Fair Elite
Status: Signed
School: Texas
Schools Considered:


Brooke McCarty

2013 John Lucas 40/40 Camp

When the Texas commit plays, nothing she does surprises me and after watching her as an eight year old, I started calling her The Chosen One. She’s simply the prototypical point guard and one of her biggest assets is the fact that she makes her teammates better. Don’t be mistaken, when needed she can score from a variety of ways and her basketball IQ is probably one of the best I’ve witnessed. - Simmie Colson

2013 Battle in the Boro

McCarty, committed to Texas, has regularly been written up on this site for her starring roles.  She is widely considered the best player of her diminutive size in the class thanks to her shooting, passing and on court leadership. - Bob Corwin

2013 Boo Williams Invitational

McCarty, ranked No. 22 in the Full Court Fresh 50, once again proved you can be little and repeatedly come up big as a basketball player.  It would have been a hard choice between Atkins and McCarty as to tournament MVP had Cy-Fair won the event.  For a diminutive field general lead guard, this future Longhorn has an amazing ability to scoot through taller players to get to the rim and if left open, can readily hit the three.  How she led her team back from a double-digit deficit in the event semifinal versus Tennessee Flight Silver showed her ‘refuse to lose’ attitude.  If there is a better point guard of McCarty’s height and build in the 2014 class, please let us know. - Bob Corwin

2012 Battle in the Boro

Brooke is diminutive in body type, she is like a smaller version of the WNBA’s Leilani Mitchell. She tends to score most by shooting outside within the team concept. On drives, she looks to dish first. - Bob Corwin

Notes

In 2012-13 was named the 24-5A Co-MVP and helped the Chargers reach the state tournament for the first time in program history.

Previous Rank

No. 18, No. 22

(Photo by Troy Sim)