Players in Idaho and much of the northwest (such as Wyoming, Montana, northern Nevada and eastern Oregon) suffer from the same problem – lack of exposure to college programs. Often the best players never get to be seen because they play in a small town or in an area that colleges never get a chance to make it to. This can make the basketball recruiting process very frustrating.
But there are ways to get your . . . → Read More: Basketball recruiting: game film and highlight reels
It appears that this year there may be more Idaho players on college rosters than there has been in some time. As of the date this was published*, 104 players are from Idaho and currently listed on college or professional rosters. This is up compared to the last two years (87 players in 2011, 93 in 2010).
The list breaks down: 58 freshmen, 16 sophomores, 18 juniors, 10 seniors and 2 professionals.
There are also . . . → Read More: Idaho Players on 2012 College Rosters
The 2012 NCAA recruiting calendar changes have been in affect all year. But their real impact will be felt this summer. And they won’t all be good for smaller travel programs and universities. . . . → Read More: Summer Travel Troubles
The spring travel season brings clubs to tournaments which draws college coaches which draws scholarship offers.
Here is the most recent list of Idaho Select players that have signed, committed or transferred this spring:
Jared Allen, Twin Falls, ID – Signed at Walla Wall CC
Seth Anderson, Post Falls, ID – Signed at Pacific Lutheran University
Dallen Bills, Marsh Valley – Transferring from Walla Walla CC to University of Alaska-Fairbanks
Riley Bradshaw, Corvallis, MT – . . . → Read More: Select players that will be playing at the next level
Here is a list of players from Idaho that are currently on college rosters or professional rosters. The players in bold have been confirmed through their team’s website or other source. The players not in bold were on college rosters last year but haven’t been verified.
If you know of any players that are unaccounted for, please list them. If you see an error, please list that too. Their high school is in parenthesis and . . . → Read More: Idaho high school boys on college rosters – 2011
Mitch Bruneel celebrates after hitting a 3-pointer in his first Utah State game
Utah State, BYU basketball: 5 keys to Aggies’ season-opening win
Read article here
Nebeker (second from right) and Bradshaw (fifth from right) both signed with Division I schools after playing this summer with Idaho Select
Congratulations to Melba’s Joey Nebeker and Corvallis’s Riley Bradshaw for signing their Division I Letters of Intent.
Nebeker, the reigning 2A Idaho Player of the Year signs with Leon Rice and the Boise State Broncos. CLICK HERE to read the article.
Bradshaw is a two-time Southwestern A Conference MVP and signs with . . . → Read More: Nebeker signs at Boise State, Bradshaw signs at Utah State
McCarhty plays his high school ball at Idaho Falls HS
A big congratulations to Sean McCarthy, who recently signed with NAIA Division I Vanguard University.
Click here to read the article in the Post Register
In the past week both McKay Cannon (Shelley High School, 2013) and Clark Wilkinson (Highland High School, 2013) have received scholarship offers from Idaho State University. Neither has given a verbal commitment at this point.
Wilkinson, a 6-6 forward, and Cannon, a 6-0 point/shooting guard, played on Idaho Select’s White team this past summer, leading them to an 18-3 record, a championship at the NW Premier Showcase in Seattle and a final-four . . . → Read More: Two more Select players receive Division I offers
With the recent commitments from a few more Idaho Select players, the total number of players that will be playing at the college level has increased to 10 this year. The updated list is below:
Riley Bradshaw (2012) – Utah State University
Mitch Bruneel – Utah State University
Daved Gillmor – Northwest Christian University
Andy Harrington – Idaho State University
Faruk Huskic – Pacific University
Matt Kalbfleisch – Linfield College
Patrick Manning – Wenatchee Valley . . . → Read More: Idaho Select College Committments up to 12 in 2011