May 23, 2024

Koby Brea, previously known for his sharpshooting at Dayton, has made the decision to join Kentucky’s basketball team, under the leadership of new head coach Mark Pope. Pope’s reputation for emphasizing three-pointers aligns well with Brea’s skills, making Kentucky an ideal fit. Brea, who hails from Washington Heights, New York, stands at 6-foot-6 and has showcased his abilities over four seasons at Dayton.

National 3-point shooting leader Koby Brea becomes the 5th transfer this  week to land at Kentucky | NEWS10 ABC

During his time at Dayton, Brea steadily improved, culminating in an impressive junior season where he earned recognition as the Atlantic 10 Sixth Man of the Year. His performance in the NCAA Tournament further solidified his reputation as a top-tier shooter.

Brea’s decision to transfer to Kentucky marks a significant addition to the team’s roster, which has seen several other talented players join through the transfer portal. With Brea’s signing, Kentucky looks poised for a strong season ahead, aiming to add another championship banner to their storied history.

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