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Sep
10

The next big Montana Basketball recruit Riley Bradshaw

There was a time not to long ago when Montana produced at least one and some times as many as 3-4 basketball prospects in any year that received big time division 1 interest. When I say big time interest I mean a prospect that received recruiting interest from multiple D-1 schools and multiple offers. Every year the Bobcat’s and Griz went head to head to land the best instate recruits. Since about 2000, though, big time D-1 basketball recruits has been the exception and not the rule.

In 2009-10 the top basketball recruit in the state was Josh Huestis, who not only received interest from both Montana State and Montana but from close to 25 other schools from across the nation, before signing with the Pac-10 member Stanford. With all due respect to a few other 2011 recruits the next big D-1 recruit coming up is 2012’s Riley Bradshaw from Corvallis Montana.

Those athletes who deserve a little respect and mention are Montana State 2011 commit Danny Little of Billing Skyview and Kurtis Parsons from CMR in Great Falls. Both are or have received some Division-1 attention, but is not anywhere near the attention, that Josh Huestis, Bobby Howard or Derek Selvig have received nor what currently Bradshaw is reviewing.

I am told that going into last season (his sophomore year) Bradshaw already held offers from both Montana State and Montana. Utah State and Utah were both rumored to have sent coaches to scout him last year. The list of schools looking to recruit him is only going to get longer.

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Feb
10

Bobcat recruit: Devon Scott

I have heard that Brad Huse and his Montana State coaching staff have offer a sophomore basketball player from Northland high school in Ohio. Scott is a 6-8 (and growing), 195 pound, power forward prospect.

Scott is coming off the bench for Northland this year and playing behind 6-9 255 pound senior power forward Jared Sullinger. Sullinger has already signed with Ohio State and is the considered to be the #1 power forward prospect in the country, and quite possibly the #1 over all senior player in the country. Also on the roster is 6-8 fellow sophomores Jalen Robinson who is also considered to be a D-1 prospect. Overall the 16-0 Northland high school features 5-6 D-1 prospects.

Scott is averaging a very modest 4 points, 2 rebounds, and 1 block a game while shooting 68% from the field and 63% from the free throw line.

Scott is a quick athletic big man who is just starting to grow into his body as a basketball player. He could be a player who’s recruitment takes off in his junior year as he takes over the inside for Northland once Sullinger moves on to Ohio State.

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