Posted On: 11/6/15 11:00 AM

November 4, 2015

Aaron Klinge put together a very nice season as a junior averaging 13.1 points, and connecting on 42 percent of his 3-point attempts.

A 5-foot-11 guard, his shooting prowess, along with his defensive instincts - he led the Panthers with 49 steals last season - have made him a target of area NAIA and Division III programs.

“I’ve been in contact with Grand View, Central, Wartburg I’ve visited, and I’ve talked to a couple of others, but those are the main ones,” said Klinge.

“I visited Wartburg, Buena Vista, Central, and Grand View. I'd say Grand View and Central are the two that I’ve heard from the most.”

The steady guard spent his offseason playing with the Iowa Cornsharks Regional squad, and says he’s always working to improve his shot.

“I worked on my-ball-handling a lot, and I worked on coming off screens and shooting, and just pull-up from a dribble and shoot. Shooting is my main game, so that’s what I have to do, just keep working on my shooting,” said Klinge, who defined his playing style.

“I like to play shooting guard, I like to get a lot of shots up, and I know my guys are good and

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