The Tampa, Fla. native averaged 18.2 points and 3.5 assists per game during his senior season. The 6 .4" perimeter guard was a McDonald .s All-America nominee and earned Second Team All-County honors.
Brooks was a prep school teammate of Tiras Wade, a 6 .7" guard that signed an NLI with East Tennessee State on April 25. Brooks and Wade both played for head coach Adrian Johnson at Tampa Tech High School.
"Keeton is a very strong guard who has the ability to play both wing positions," DeChellis said. "He is an outstanding shooter and perimeter scorer. We are very excited to have him joining our program."