Posted On: 09/8/15 10:00 AM

September 8, 2015

After a strong junior season with West Liberty, and a summer honing his skills with Iowa Pump ‘N Run, 6-foot-4 forward Braydon Smith has caught the interest of several area programs.

NAIA and Division III programs are primarily interested, with one Division II school in the mix.

“I’ve been on visits to Upper Iowa, Coe, and Morningside. I’ve talked to all those schools, and then also Dubuque quite a bit lately. I’ve also been talking to DMACC, and I think I’ll visit there soon,” said Smith.

“Definitely Morningside is showing the most interest. On my visit there it was me and a group of recruits, and we played for a couple hours, I liked it a lot actually.”

The 6’4 forward has largely been relied upon as an undersized post in the past, but says he’s been working to evolve into a wing.

“I worked on my shooting and driving all offseason. I’ve always played in high school with my back to the basket, so I’ve kind of tried to change that because if I want to play at the next level I’ll have to play more on the outside,” said Smith.

“At the next level I

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