Posted On: 10/5/15 10:00 AM

After winning the 3-point contest in a loaded field at the KC Hardwood Classic, and routinely starting on a stacked Barnstormers 16U squad this summer, Mount Vernon guard Austin Ash seems poised to breakout on the Iowa scene.  

The 6-foot junior has seen his recruitment start of late, and is currently seeing an array of interest from NAIA to Division II.

“I’ve gotten a couple letters from Grand View and they've been talking to me quite a bit. Also Morningside, and I’ve gotten a letter from Briar Cliff, and then Wayne State I’ve been talking to them quite a bit as well,” said Ash.

“I would say Grand View and Morningside are the two I’ve been hearing from the most.”

The sharpshooting 2017 says he learned to diversify his game more this spring and summer while playing against the nation’s best, and is now a more capable point guard.

“I became a more all-around player, not just coming in and shooting 3s but also bringing up the ball and getting us into our offense, finding other people shots and getting the ball into the post too,” said Ash.

“I like to push the ball and play fast. One of

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