Recruiting Report: Isaac Undlin (2019)


Posted On: 05/8/18 4:27 PM

Six-foot-5 forward Isaac Undlin of Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood has been producing numbers for multiple years and now both his 17u season and his senior high school season looms.  What is Undlin building off of?  He spoke with PHD today.

Undlin was hoping for a few more Maverick wins this year but he’s happy with the way he has grown as a more versatile scorer.

“We finished our season 13-9,” Isaac said.  “I improved by being able to more a versatile scorer off the dribble.

Undlin is once again playing with the ECI Prospects which means a packed month of May with three SPTS events and the ECI Spring Preview that the Prospects host.

“The season is going good,” Isaac said after playing two weekends with ECI.  “It takes a little time getting used to playing with different kids. I’ve had a blast so far and looking forward to more weekends out playing and getting better.”

ECI commonly represents the highest level of North Dakota basketball players playing against the better teams in the upper Midwest.  So far the competition has been what the team is looking for.

“Our goals this summer are to compete in every game and give ourselves a chance to win. Also, we want to finish in the top 8 of the Sanford league and hopefully do well in the tournament because once you get in the final group of eight anything can happen.”

Along the way Isaac now wants to become more vocal, and show more range with his touch.

“Things I hope to get better at are talking on the floor and shooting outside,” Isaac said.  “I A=always can become a more consistent shooter.”

At 190 pounds and 6-foot-5 Isaac is not only a talented basketball player but he’s a dangerous nine man football player that competes at quarterback and safety on the football field.

“I’m hearing from a few schools for basketball and a few for football,” Undlin said.  “For basketball I’ve heard from Minnesota State-Moorhead, Northern State, and Minot State.  For football I’ve heard from North Dakota State and Minnesota State-Moorhead.”