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College Round Up - Class of 2017

By Fury Staff, 03/14/18, 10:45AM CDT


Oakley Baker, NRHEG HS - St. John's

Played in all 27 games for the MIAC regular season champs as a true freshman, valuable piece off the bench. A 2017 graduate of New Richland-Heartland-Ellendale-Geneva High School…coached by Pat Churchill…2017 Minnesota All-Star…scored over 2,000 career points in high school…averaged 26 points in three 2017 state-tournament games. Career Game Highs Points: 18 at Macalester (12/6/17) Assists: 4 (Three times, most recent) vs. Macalester (1/17/18) Rebounds: 6 vs. Saint Mary's (1/6/18) 3-Pt. Field Goals Made: 5 (Two times, most recent) at Macalester (12/6/17) Field Goals Made: 5 (Two times, most recent) at Macalester (12/6/17).

Mitchell Sueker, Marshall HS - SD School Of Mines

Red-shirted freshman season.

Andrew Kallman, Chaska HS - Northern St.

Has played a big role in Northern St.'s run toward a D2 national title. Currently averaging 4 PPG in 14 minutes of action as a true freshman over 36 games. Andrew Kallman is a 6-foot-4, 175-pound, guard out of Chaska High School. He is a 2-year starter and senior team captain for the Hawks under head coach Dana Kallman. As a junior, Kallman averaged 13 points, five rebounds, and three assists per game. He was named Metro West All-Conference a season ago, as Chaska won the conference championship. As a member of the Fury club program, he averaged 15 points per game and shot 50 percent from the 3-point line. In his two years with the team.

Weston Baker Magrath, Marshall HS - Nebraska Kearney

Reserve post ... played in 28 games with five starts ... 12.9 minutes a night ... team-high 55.4 field goal percentage ... second in blocks with 25 ... 3.3 points and 2.4 rebounds per game ... scored in the final nine games of the year ... played at least 20 minutes in seven of those contests ... went 7 of 7 from the field and 1 of 1 at the line to score a season-high 15 in the MIAA Tournament win over SW Baptist ... there days earlier in the regular season finale vs. SBU, had six rebounds, five points and three blocks ... six rebounds, five points and three blocks in win over defending national champ NW Missouri ... two days later in a win over Missouri Western, eight points, four boards and three more blocks. 

Owen Chose, Eden Prairie HS - Stonehill

Averaging almost 9 PPG in 18 minutes of action after returning from injury during his freshman campaign. Helped the Skyhawks to a 17-12 overall record, going 12-9 in conference play.

Myles Hanson, Chaska HS - Columbia University

Appeared in 15 games for Columbia averaging 4PPG and 3RPG in 14 minutes of action for the 8-19 Lions. A 2017 graduate of Chaska High School in Minnesota … Earned four varsity letters in basketball … All-time leading scorer in Chaska High School history with 2,006 career points … Named all-conference for the third consecutive year after averaging 24.2 points, 10.0 rebounds and 3.5 assists as senior … Hit game-winning layup to send Chaska to state tournament … Won three conference championships and a sectional title in 2017 … Earned second team all-state honors as junior … Played for Minnesota Fury Zurn and won a pair of Sanford Pentagon Championships.

Rocky Kreuser, Totino Grace HS - North Dakota St.

Finished his freshman season averaging  4PPG to go along with 2RPG in 13 minutes of action. Helped the Bison to a 15-17 overall record in his first season of action. High School: Averaged 16.9 points per contest as a senior in 2016-17 ... Posted averages of 16.4 points, 7.5 rebounds and 2.1 blocks per game as a junior on his way to a unanimous all-conference selection ... Shot 41 percent from three-point range ... Helped lead Totino-Grace HS to a state championship in football as a tight end his senior season.

Kade Hart, Faribault HS - Bemidji St.

2017-18 (Redshirt): Sat out season as a redshirt. High School: Letter winner in basketball and football at Faribault High School… Three-time All-Big 9 Conference selection in basketball and team captain… Averaged 16 points and nine rebounds per game as a junior… Two-time team captain and one-time All-Conference selection in football.

Brian Sitzmann, Prior Lake HS - UM Crookston

2017-18 (Freshman): Redshirted freshman year leaving him with four more years of Golden Eagle basketball. Prior to UMC: As a senior, Sitzmann helped Prior Lake H.S. to a 14-10 mark...He averaging 15.6 points per game for his team as a senior...Sitzmann averaged 14.9 points per game as a junior for Prior Lake H.S...He finished the season with 298 points...Sitzmann had a big game with 29 points at Eastview H.S...He tallied 22 points in a loss to Shakopee H.S...Sitzmann notched 20 points on the road at Rochester John Marshall H.S...He helped lead Prior Lake H.S. to a 12-13 mark on the season...Sitzmann was a All-South Suburban Conference pick as a junior...He played AAU basketball for Minnesota Fury...Sitzmann played in 10 games as a sophomore on varsity for Prior Lake H.S. He averaged 2.4 points per game.

Jordan Horn, Tartan HS - Siena

  • Started in 13 of 30 games, while averaging 8PPG in nearly 20 minutes of action a nightly basis. Had breakout performance during team's three-game international trip to Montreal in August, averaging team-high 15.0 points on 53% shooting including 39% from three. Well-rounded player and individual. Prototypical combo guard who can play both the one and the two equally well. Strong range from the outside and can create his own shot off the dribble

Trey Prince, Chanhassen HS - Hamline

Appeared in 6 games during his freshman season at Hamline. 

Broc Finstuen, Pine Island HS - Central Wyoming

Started in 29 of 30 games for the Rustlers as a true freshman. Averaged 12 PPG to go along with 5RPG in over 25 minutes of action. Helped lead them to a 20-12 overall record.