Posted On: 09/25/15 10:00 AM

September 25, 2015

Iowa’s reigning 3-point champion, Lake Mills 2016 Granger Kingland spent his summer away from the grassroots circuit and instead attended area camps -- both on his own, and with his high school team.

The 6-foot-4 shooting guard -- who poured in 83 3s at a 53 percent clip last season -- says his recruitment began to pick up some steam this offseason, especially from one Minnesota Division III program.

“There’s a school up in the Twin Cities that I’ve been hearing from, Bethel University,” said Kingland. “Right now I’d probably say Bethel, and probably Wartburg, or Central, or Northwestern (IA) is who I’m hearing from most.”

The senior sharpshooter still is seemingly flying under the radar, and says he thinks about his recruitment, and is working to get noticed more.

“That’s what I’ve been trying to work for this offseason,” said Kingland. “But once I get into the game I’ll just be focused on winning, but it will still be in the back of my mind.”

Kingland hasn’t played grassroots ball since his freshman season, and although he thought about playing during what would have been his 17U season, he opted not to.

“I haven’t done it

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