Alec Brennan standing at 6’11” has long been tagged as one of the best skilled prospects in the country. The Milton Academy (MA) big man coming off a minor knee injury, ran with Expressions Elite last summer and watched his recruitment take off to new heights. His size along with his athletic and shot making ability helped make him into a highly touted prospect. Drawing sutters from the ACC, Big 10, and the new Big East to come play at their respective schools. Last night Brennan pulled the plug on his recruitment and decide to play for the Princeton Tiger’s.
Tiger’s head coach Mitch Henderson was informed on Monday while visiting Milton Academy’s campus, that Brennan would be playing for him next season. Henderson’s visit came after Alec’s official visit to the New Jersey campus this past weekend. “I had a great visit, the players where nice and I got along with the coaching staff really well. I wanted a great balance of acadimics as well as athletics, at Princeton I get the best of both worlds.”
Brennan is the forth player from the Expressions Elite program to commit to a division one program, joining Abdul-Malik Abu (North Carolina State), Jared Terrell (Oklahoma State), and Idris Taqqee (St. Bonaventure).