Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Northern State Wolves 2021-2022

Collapse

Support The Site!

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Northern State Wolves 2021-2022

    Welp...we're on to next season.

    Wolves have added their fourth commit (one is a very gifted walk on who is also playing football) in Andrew Bergan.

    Thrilled he is coming home and looking forward to seeing what he can do.

    Here is his highlights through his junior year of HS.

    https://youtu.be/_ekNJod1bsA

    The old me would have been incredibly depressed with the recent exodus of players and I still am kind of sad because of what could have been. But it's their life and they choose their own paths. I could make arguments for and against but it doesn't matter.

    We have some pretty good talent coming in and I have no doubts there will be atleast a couple more. I have no knowledge but players on the bench weren't all Saul's guys and therefore could be replaced. Even if they stay however, as Saul said on radio, it isnt like they weren't planning for the likelihood of these guys leaving. Recruiting never stops.

    Looking forward to a new era with some vets still here and some guys I thought should have played more that will finally get that time.
    Last edited by NSU4LIFE; 04-07-2021, 07:04 AM.

  • #2
    Is Andrew Bergan’s game similar to that of his nsu brother?

    Comment


    • #3
      Originally posted by Moorhead123 View Post
      Is Andrew Bergan’s game similar to that of his nsu brother?
      I’m not terribly familiar with Andrew’s game, but I believe he is more of a perimeter player than Cole. Even though Andrew is 6’8” to Cole’s 6’7”, Cole has the bigger body of the 2 and is more of a post player. I think Andrew can handle the ball and shoot from the outside better than his brother. It will be exciting to have them both on the floor.

      Comment


      • #4
        NSU is now up to 5 incoming freshman, plus Bergan transferring in. I’m guessing the roster turnover isn’t done yet. This is setting up to be one of the longest NSU teams I can remember, possibly having 6’5” 6’7” 6’7” & 6’8” starting with more length coming off the bench. This team could be very good defensively next year. Most of these guys will have the ability to shoot from the outside as well. If one of the new guys or someone that didn’t get significant minutes last year can develop into a dependable PG this team could be another fun one.

        Comment


        • #5
          Originally posted by Thunder View Post
          NSU is now up to 5 incoming freshman, plus Bergan transferring in. I’m guessing the roster turnover isn’t done yet. This is setting up to be one of the longest NSU teams I can remember, possibly having 6’5” 6’7” 6’7” & 6’8” starting with more length coming off the bench. This team could be very good defensively next year. Most of these guys will have the ability to shoot from the outside as well. If one of the new guys or someone that didn’t get significant minutes last year can develop into a dependable PG this team could be another fun one.
          By nsu high standards they still need a couple more guys to make it another fun one....in my very biased opinion.

          Comment


          • #6
            Originally posted by Moorhead123 View Post

            By nsu high standards they still need a couple more guys to make it another fun one....in my very biased opinion.
            Windshield, not the rearview mirror my friend.

            Comment


            • #7
              Originally posted by Thunder View Post
              NSU is now up to 5 incoming freshman, plus Bergan transferring in. I’m guessing the roster turnover isn’t done yet. This is setting up to be one of the longest NSU teams I can remember, possibly having 6’5” 6’7” 6’7” & 6’8” starting with more length coming off the bench. This team could be very good defensively next year. Most of these guys will have the ability to shoot from the outside as well. If one of the new guys or someone that didn’t get significant minutes last year can develop into a dependable PG this team could be another fun one.
              Now six. Colin Rentz from Dell Rapids has joined as a non-scholarship player. Six foot gaurd will bring down the average height of the class but very productive player.

              Comment


              • #8
                6? Does that include Devon Brooke from Arizona, whom went on a mission trip this year?
                https://mobile.twitter.com/EVision_A...94456465977345

                Comment


                • #9
                  Originally posted by NSU4LIFE View Post

                  Now six. Colin Rentz from Dell Rapids has joined as a non-scholarship player. Six foot gaurd will bring down the average height of the class but very productive player.
                  Oh that's right, I forgot about the dual sport football player from Alabama. Hopefully some of these guys are able to contribute next season.

                  Comment


                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Swisher View Post
                    6? Does that include Devon Brooke from Arizona, whom went on a mission trip this year?
                    https://mobile.twitter.com/EVision_A...94456465977345
                    I was including Bryson Clague who is doing football and hoops.

                    It was my understanding that Devon had two years on mission but (at the time) still intended on attending Northern after.

                    Comment


                    • #11
                      Looks like the Wolves have a PG transfer coming in as well. Kailleb Walton-Blanden comes from Le Moyne College in NY where he never actually got to play a game since they didn’t play in 2021. Kailleb is originally from Rapid City and played a year of JUCO in Gillette and another year in Missouri before Le Moyne.

                      Comment


                      • #12
                        There it is. Sam Masten has committed to the Wolves. The 6'2" gaurd will transfer from Northern Colorado. In HS he was the Mr. Basketball and Gatorade player of the year in the state of Colorado.

                        Comment


                        • #13
                          Originally posted by NSU4LIFE View Post
                          There it is. Sam Masten has committed to the Wolves. The 6'2" gaurd will transfer from Northern Colorado. In HS he was the Mr. Basketball and Gatorade player of the year in the state of Colorado.
                          Should be interesting to see how his game transfers to the D2 level. Last year at UNC he shot 35% from the field, 29% from three, and 52% from the free throw line in 16 minutes per game with 14 assists and 24 turnovers.

                          Comment

                          Ad3

                          Collapse
                          Working...
                          X