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Posted On: 02/14/18 5:37 PM
Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta junior Camden Arndt has taken a big step forward as an upperclassmen. NHR talked with Arndt today to hear about the year and his future.
“This season so far has been up and down, we are 10-11 but we have potential to be a dangerous team,” Camden said.
Junior post Jaret Johnson, senior Tate Nelson, 8th grader Jackson Loge, and Camden work together to form a dangerous group of players. The future looks bright but this group is only thinking about today, and this season.
“Come playoff time our team has a shot at going deep in the playoffs with our section being so wide open,” Camden told NHR. “With our playoff run we had last year I hope to have similar success this year and hoping for a state appearance.”
Camden feels his game has become more versatile as Morris has needed him to play several different roles for his team.
“This year I feel like I’ve done better at getting teammates involved a lot more having to play the point guard spot this year,” Camden said. “I feel I’ve become a more explosive player playing at the rim and getting inside looks”
Camden is without a doubt a versatile player. NHR watched Arndt play this fall and was very impressed with his face-up touch, handle at his size (6-foot-3/6-foot-4), and physical finishing ability. Colleges are already in contact as are football programs.
“I’ve had multiple colleges like Southwest Minnesota State, Bemidji State, Mayville State, and Minnesota State- Mankato talk to me about basketball but also have interest in Football from some D2 colleges and one D1 look but I’m not sure what I want to play in college yet.”