Posted On: 10/20/15 8:45 PM

Six-foot-8 Breck center Justin Bergerson is entering his senior season and now that a large senior class has left the program Bergerson is the guy that opponents will be dealing with.

With guys like Mo Lawal and Will Culliton in the line-up they took many of the attempts and rightfully so.  Bergeson averaged just under seven points per game last year in support but now he will have a bigger role.

“I've never been more excited for a basketball season,” Justin said.  “We lost some good players, but we still have some great talent and a awesome new coach that is fired up for the season.

“Because we have some new players, the biggest challenge will be mastering the offense and staying disciplined on defense. But if we are able to do these things, we will have a great season and have a good chance at making it far.”

Bergeson has spent his last few months looking into potential college programs.  There are schools he has seen at a couple different levels.

“My college visits have gone well,” Justin said. “Some of my visits were local.  I went to Carleton recently and I'm heading to Mankato State in the next

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