Posted On: 11/13/15 4:30 PM

Being a little undersized doesn’t faze Ian Kissell. He worked hard to get himself into better shape, put on some weight and has grown to 5-foot-10. Just like he’s had to work hard to prove he can be an effective point guard, he’s also working hard to find the right college program for him.

“I’ve been pretty proactive with recruiting,” Kissell said. “Being a smaller guard, people say it’s a dime a dozen, so, I’ve really been seeking out schools instead of just the other way around.”

That doesn’t mean he hasn’t found interest from programs. He has been recruited by teams like Rose Hulman, DePauw University and Albion College, but he has also been reaching out and in contact with Taylor University and Grace College.

Taylor and Grace have become the top two schools on his list and he has taken visits to both of them in recent weeks.

The NAIA schools have not offered him yet, but they have told him he has the potential to bring good things to their teams.

“They say I have a nice shooting and touch, and like that I shot like 46 or 47 percent from three last year,” Kissell said. “They

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