Posted On: 09/29/15 3:15 PM

September 29th Update

Casey Walcker was one of the key workers for the North Dakota Phenom.  They kind of guy that seeks out ways to compete.  The Phenom asked him to play a lot of different roles and he did tem willingly.

“It went really well,” Casey said of his season with the Phenom. “I had a great time playing with those guys and it was just one of those experiences you get once in a lifetime.

“I felt as if my defense had improved the most out of anything. As the season continued I felt as if I was getting faster and was able to get into better positions than before.”

Those are the type of experiences which make Grassroots basketball so enjoyable.  A guy goes to new places, plays new competition at a higher level, plays with top players from around the state, and improves his game in all ways while doing it.

Walcker is in the middle of a football season at Beulah where the 6-foot-1, 190 pounder is playing quarterback.  His team is undefeated, he’s throw ten touchdown passes against two picks, has ran for four scores, and between passing and running the ball he is

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