Basketball sports analyst gives Kelson Gebbers high marks

Ranked 24th in state

SBLive Sports ranks Brewster sophomore basketball player Kelson Gebbers as a future standout. Courtesy Brewster Sports Facebook
BREWSTER – The sports website (SBLive Sports) has named Brewster High School sophomore basketball player Kelson Gebbers the 24th-ranked selection in the state in its first SBLive Boys Basketball Recruiting Rankings.

Our rankings are compiled by SBLive Basketball Analyst Dan Dickau based on observations and conversations with an extensive network of coaching and media sources across the country,” an SBLive statement said. “The players have been evaluated through a college recruiting lens and analyzed in four categories: athleticism, ball skills, basketball IQ and upside.”

Dickau played college ball for the UW Huskies and Gonzaga before turning pro as a point guard from 2002-2010 for several teams including the Atlanta Hawks, Portland Trailblazers, and Los Angeles Clippers.

Dickau said Gebbers “could become the best player ever out of Brewster at the high school level.”

That is a bold statement for a school that has produced an abundance of high achievers on the basketball court over the years including 29 players – 20 boys and 9 girls – with 1,000 or more career points to their credit (see 1,000 Point Players this page).

The six-foot, six-inch Gebbers averaged 13.3 points per games (PPG) and 6.4 rebounds during the 2019-20 season that saw the Bears win their first state basketball championship since 1985 and their ninth state title as either a 1A or 2B team.

Dickau’s analysis included ball skills, athleticism, and basketball I.Q. among other qualities.

To view Dickau’s complete analysis visit Brewster Sports Facebook page.


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