Now, Adam Zagoria reports that Brooks has been invited to an NBA G-League Camp that will be held later this month in Chicago.
Kentucky's Keion Brooks and Louisiana Tech's Kenneth Lofton have both been invited to the NBA G League Camp later this month in Chicago, per source.— Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) May 5, 2022
Both players are also in the Transfer Portal but are focusing on the Draft at the moment.
The camp will take place May 16-17th and will give Brooks the opportunity to work out in front of not only G-League coaches, but some NBA personnel as well.
This past season, Brooks averaged 10.8 points on 49% shooting from the field. He also added 4.4 rebounds and one assist per game.
With this invite, it’s no longer a done deal that fans will see Brooks on a college campus next season, as this will be a big step if he ultimately decides to turn pro. If he preforms well, it is likely he will at least get a contract to a G-League team this offseason.
As Zagoria notes, Brooks’ focus is currently on the draft, not his potential transfer destination.