Posted On: 09/16/15 4:45 PM

Noah Baldwin never got a chance to showcase his skills in July.

While most players were able to travel the circuit and display their games in front of numerous college coaches, the 2016 point guard was forced to develop on his own.  

Baldwin chose to suit up for Pandhandle Elite, a program based in Torrington, Wyoming and played for the Eastern Wyoming College coach, serving as an AAU coach as well. In the spring, he and his club teammates practiced with the college guys and became more accustomed to the level of speed they’ll see after high school. Baldwin did compete in games during the spring season.

All was well until a number of his teammates traveled with their high school teams during the July period, at the last minute, instead of Panhandle Elite and his team’s schedule fell through.

An opportunity was missed, but motivation was gained as Baldwin is even more determined to wrap up his Windsor Wizard career in style and garner more college interest.

And yes, he’s been putting in the work to do just that.

“Right now I’m kind of

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