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Posted On: 06/13/18 12:27 PM
Six-foot-6 forward Bradley Winter of Minnesota Select and Winona High School has earned the attention of several local college programs with a strong spring.
“I have been contacted by division three programs St. Johns, St. Olaf, Hamline, and UW-Platteville,” Winter said. “I have also gotten calls from division two programs like St. Cloud State and Winona State.
“I am waiting for school to end before I do any visits but I am going to St. Cloud State and Winona State for a camp invite. Minnesota State-Mankato also invited me to a camp but it’s the same day as St. Cloud one so I couldn’t make that one.”
Many of these programs have seen Winter player with the Minnesota Select this spring in SPTS and NY2LA competitions as well as the NHR State Tournament a couple weekends back.
“My top moment so far was a game winner at Hopkins for NY2LA and also the dunks are also really fun too,” Winter said. “My goal is just to get better and better and learn to work together and better as a team.
“The guys at Select are all really amazing and our group of guys are amazing. I just don’t want to leave anyone out because it a great experience playing for them.”
As far as Winona High School goes, the Winhawks lost way more games than anyone expected them to, players quit mid-season, and now they need a new coach. It’s going to be a new start this winter but Winter is a shining light as the program moves forward.
“For my senior year we will have everyone coming back and our expectation for the year is to be the best we can be,” Bradley said.
“I am working on getting stronger everyday and overall just working on my entire game.”