Recruiting Report: Mitchell Geller (2018)

High School

Posted On: 01/7/18 5:58 PM

Mitchell Geller – 6’7” | W/F | Always 100 | Huntington North High School

Mitchell Geller has gotten off to a fast start this season and has paced the Huntington North Vikings to sit amongst the leaders in the NE8 Conference. Early in the season they put together surprising performances that turned heads. They were ready to show that they had what it takes to win the conference this year. They currently sit at 10-3 with big wins including Homestead and Leo. Geller also played with Always 100 during the AAU season.

Mitchell has seen his recruiting heat up through the AAU season and into the first half of the high school season. He has it narrowed down a few schools who have offered and expressed interest in him being a big part of their team as a freshman. Anderson University, Calvin College, Cornerstone University, Aquinas College, and Huntington University are still in the hunt.

He brings length, a high basketball IQ, scoring, and a winning attitude to the team. Mitchell is the kind of guy that wants to win games no matter what he has to do to get there. Geller is an exceptional passer with his length and IQ and knows when to be aggressive going to the basket or to stretch the floor with the long ball. He offensive versatility is one of the more intriguing aspects of his game.

He currently leads his team in assists as Geller has been seeing double and triple teams throughout the season. “I lead the team in assists because our guys shoot pretty well. When they forget to double, I take advantage.” Mitchell has worked his way into a crucial piece of the Viking offense through the previous seasons and has adapted to fit what they need.

Mitchell looks to stay aggressive on offense while also being a distributor with their plethora of outside shooting. Geller uses his length on the backboards to pull down rebounds and can score from all three levels.

As the season continues on, look for Mitchell Geller and the Huntington North Vikings to continue their hot streak and make a run at the Sectional 6 Championship.

Hudl Profile: