Posted On: 09/30/15 10:00 AM

September 30, 2015

Off the heels of a huge junior season with Central Decatur, and a summer playing with an ultra-talented Kingdom Hoops 17U Elite squad, Peyton Pedersen is seeing some serious NAIA and JuCo interest come his way.

“I went and visited Morningside and they’ve been reaching out a lot. I went and visited St. Ambrose and SWCC. Quite a bit of D3s have been reaching out out too, like Central, Simpson, Coe, and then some Minnesota D3s,” said Pedersen.

“I think I’m going to visit Central, they want me to come visit, but other than that I don’t have any plans to take any others right now.”

“I would say Morningside and SWCC are the two recruiting me the most.”

While playing with Kingdom Hoops Elite 17U, Pedersen says his aggressiveness and ball-handling improved.

“I came in off the bench and my shooting started out slow towards the beginning of the summer but I ended the summer hitting a lot more shots, and I started driving a lot more. Where I improved the most was being more aggressive and my ball-handling,” said Pedersen.

“I still need to improve my ball-handling, and I’d like improve with my rebounding. Getting 10

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