(KMOV) - Chaminade junior Bradley Beal is having another sensational season in trying to lead his team to back to back Missouri state basketball titles.
Beal is averaging 29.5 points a game for the Red Devils. As a sophomore, he led Chaminade to its first ever state championship.
Since then, the Division I recruit says he's grown a couple more inches, standing now now at 6'4".
Beal has given the University of Florida a verbal committment, and his reputation is growing as one of the best players St. Louis has produced in recent years.