Barrington senior guard Brad Zaumseil has committed to a future in basketball at Miami (Ohio).
The 6-foot all-Mid-Suburban League pick was a three-year starter at Barrington, and one of the most well-rounded players in the conference last season.
He led Barrington in scoring (17.6 points per game), assists (4.2) steals (2.7) and 3-pointers (45) and was the second-leading rebounder on the team at 5.2 per game.
"He could hurt teams in so many ways," coach Bryan Tucker told the Daily Herald for Zaumseil's inclusion on the boys basketball all-area team in March. "I'm sure everyone game-planned for him and tried to take him out of the equation, but it was just so hard to do."
Zaumseil also excelled with his AAU program, Fundamental University, coached by Michael Weinstein. Among Zaumseil's AAU teammates who have committed to play at the next level are Sean O'Brien of Mundelein (Southern Illinois), Hayden Barnard of Metea Valley (Missouri) and Quinten Payne of St. Charles North (Ball State).