Malik Beasley of Saint Francis High Reaches 1000 Points Milestone In Junior Year
Class of 2015, Shooting Guard, Malik Beasley of Saint Francis High School, Alpharetta, GA becomes the first Saint Francis High School boys basketball player to reach the 1000 points milestone and in his junior year.
About Malik Beasley
Malik Beasley is a 6’4” Class of 2015, 3-Star, Shooting Guard/Point Guard at Saint Francis High School in Alpharetta, GA. Malik leads the Saint Francis High School team in scoring with 19 pts, 8 rbs, and 3 ass. per game in the 2013-2014 Season. As a Sophomore, Malik led the team in scoring with 15 pts per game in the regular season and averaged 20 pts a game in the post season, while leading his team to their first State 1-A Championship game. They were the runner-ups losing to Green Forest in the State Championships. He won All-State and All 6-A Region awards in the 2012-2013 season. He currently has over 15 scholarship offers which include Cincinnati, Virginia Tech, and George Mason, to name a few, and numerous interests. Malik has been named to the 2012-2013 the GACA North/South All-Star Team, Naismith All-Metro Team 2nd Team, XL212 Team Player of the Year, Hoopseen All-State 1st Team, and 6A All-Region 1st Team.
High School – Avg 8 pts a game.
High School – LedSaint Francis in scoring with 16 pt avg. and 6 reb, Georgia Private A All-State team, Region 6A All-Region Team
AAU Atlanta Celtics – Became the National all time leading scorer in the 15 year history of the Big Shots Tournament and won the Big Shots MVP, Pangos Camp
AAU Georgia Stars – NikeElite 100 Camp
High School – First boys basketball player in Saint Francis history to reach 1000 points.
Led Saint Francis in scoring with 19 pt avg. and 8 reb. Had the highest scoring avg in St Francis
High School history with 19.1 pts per game
Atlanta Journal Constitution “Player of the Year,” “1st Team All-State,” “1st Team All-Region”
Naismith Award “2nd Team All-Metro,” MVP of GACA North/South All-Star Game
Florida State, SMU, Auburn, Alabama, Oklahoma, VCU, Georgia, St. Johns, Seton Hall, Texas Tech, Texas A&M, California, Marquette, Ohio State, Georgia Tech, Kansas State, Tennessee, East Carolina, Georgia Southern, North Eastern, Samford, Louisiana Tech, Virginia Tech, Georgia State, Florida Atlantic, George Mason, Rice, College of Charleston, Richmond, and Cincinnati