Posted On: 06/20/19 10:45 AM
Six-foot-8 Hunter Lyman of West Fargo had a standout low post junior season and now local college programs have been in regular contact.
Lyman helped West Fargo to a 21-6 record last year averaging 11.6 points a game on 48 percent field goal shooting, 66 percent foul shooting. Hunter was top five in the EDC in rebounding at 7.7 a game and top five in blocks with 44.
How is Hunter keeping himself busy this summer?
"My high school has a lifting program, so every day of the week I lift at my high school," Hunter stated. "I have 3 AAU tournaments in July (with ECI) and 1 team camp this week. I am also going to Minot State elite camp in August and Mayville State elite camp in June. I also just went to the Duluth elite camp and U of Mary elite camp."
With all that travel, and a potential college football career as well, Hunter has a nice list of teams calling him about college athletics.
"U of Mary, Minot State, Valley City State, Concordia-Moorhead, University of Northwestern, Bemidji State, Minnesota-Duluth, Jamestown, Mayville State, and Minnesota State-Moorhead (for football), " Lyman said. "I