Great things come from Hard Work and Perseverance. No Excuses! - Kobe Bryant
No stranger to being called an up and coming talent, Khalil has been honing his basketball skills from the early age of 8 yrs old, where he won an AAU National Championship with Metrolina Havoc in 2010.
Khalil often attends high level workouts with some of the top basketball trainers. Being known by all, as one of the hardest working young men in High School Basketball has allowed Khalil to participate in high level basketball camps, exhibitions and tournaments.
As a freshman Khalil started at Rocky river High School in Charlotte, North Carolina, and was a large contributor to the teams Conference Championship. Khalil and Rocky River went on to play for the North Carolina State Championships where they came up short.
Khalil wanted to show his talents on a higher level so he and his parents decided to
Move to Queens, New York, where his father was raised. There, Khalil would quickly emerge as one of the top young players in New York as well. Putting on a show wherever he stepped foot on any basketball court.
Khalil’s basketball prowess gained him the attention of one of New York’s legendary coaches, Ruth Lovelace, whom was building a strong program at Boys and Girls High School in Brooklyn, New York. Coach Lovelace and Khalil agreed to pursue Conference and State titles together at Boys And Girls. Currently the two are in the midst of doing just that. The pursuit has started.
Khalil Brantley, is not only known for his hard work on the court. Off the court in the classroom he excels in his school work and maintains a 3.3 GPA in his curriculum. With academics and basketball translating into his every day life, Khalil frequently finds time to commit himself to participate in community charity events. Giving his time to more unfortunate teenagers and adolescents, so they can interact with someone their own age making a difference.
The skies the limit for Khalil. We will see this budding star in the future, doing something great.