Posted On: 09/9/15 10:00 AM

September 9, 2015

One of a slew of returnees coming back for a Sergeant Bluff-Luton team that was 12-11 last season, Keegan Savory has made himself into one of the more underrated juniors in the state.

The 6-foot-1 guard averaged 8.8 points and 5.6 rebounds per game last season as a starter for the Warriors, and spent his spring and summer playing with South Dakota program Dakota Schoolers.

He’s used his early exposure to generate some initial interest from area programs.

“I’ve gotten a few letters, but nothing too serious yet,” said Savory. “Mount Marty (SD) has sent me some stuff, Dordt has, and then I’ve talked to Briar Cliff this summer in June. I’ve also seen some stuff from Dakota Wesleyan (SD).”

While running with Dakota Schoolers 16U this offseason, Savory says he was an energy guy, who focused on defense and getting to the hoop.

“Probably where I saw the most improvement was on offense getting to the basket. I thought I was the energy guy, I played some good defense and played my role on offense, I didn't force or anything,” said the 6-foot-1 guard.

“I wouldn’t classify myself as a point guard, I bring the ball

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