Posted On: 10/26/15 10:00 AM

October 27, 2015

Madrid’s 6-foot-7 wing Sinjun Harshbarger has quietly become one of the state’s most intriguing 2016s.

He didn’t play with a high-profile grassroots team, and his numbers weren't eye-popping as a junior, but he’s grown some over the past year, and has become one of the state’s more versatile threats at the 2A level.

However, there are some area programs that have been paying attention the talented stretch-four, and he’s been on a couple visits recently.

“Towards the end of the summer I started getting some more interest. A couple NAIA and D3 schools so far; Morningside, Briar Cliff, Iowa Wesleyan, and Central are a few. I’ve had one official visit to Morningside, and then almost every single day I’ll have a text, or email, or phone call from one of the other schools,” said Harshbarger.

“I visited Iowa Wesleyan two weeks ago and at some point I’d like to get to the others, I’ve been pretty busy lately with offseason stuff and baseball and everything.”

This offseason with Iowa Central Elite, Harshbarger mentioned he worked most on attacking the hoop.

“I’d say I got better at finding a way to get to the hoop while pushing the

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