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Posted On: 10/21/18 8:19 PM
Last season didn’t necessarily go the way that Carter Fletcher wanted, but this season, his final at Emmett, he’s out to prove something.
The 6-foot-4 wing will have a big role with the Huskies this winter, and he’s hoping to invoke what’s been non-existent recruitment for him.
Basketball is Fletcher’s main thing, and he’s definitely looking to play in college. But no interest is coming in right now, that he knows of.
“I would like to go D2, but I’ll keep playing and see what happens,” he said..
With Emmett, Fletcher will play more of a post role. He’s looking forward to making a big impact this season after having a minimal impact last winter as a junior.
“Last year, I didn’t play a whole lot on varsity, because we had a lot of seniors. This year, I’ll definitely be starting.”
The versatile senior can play the two, three and four position in high school, and with his size, projects more as a wing in college. He says his guard skill-set has developed nicely over the last six months.
He did most of his development and improvement while excelling with one of the state’s best grassroots squads, Idaho Select 17U.
“I’ve been working on everything, just to be better all-around with dribbling, shooting, driving to the basket and rebounding,” said Fletcher. “Those are the things I’ve been working on a lot.”