Posted On: 08/30/19 10:00 AM

Few players in North Dakota have been as productive as Carson Henningsgard.

The Hillsboro/Central Valley point guard averaged 21 points and seven assists per game as a junior after keying championship runs with the Burros as an underclassman. He heads into a final high school season with high expectations.

Henningsgard spent the grassroots season playing with ND Attack. That experience pitted him against top-level competition which helped him develop his game even further.

“I thought the summer went well with Attack,” said Henningsgard. “I had a great time playing with the guys. It is very valuable to me to be able to play against top notch competition. It makes me a much better player in the long run.”

The 6-foot-1 guard has always been able to score. He’s a terrific long-range shooter and has the craftiness and smarts to get to the paint and finish despite lacking elite burst and explosiveness. He’s also a very smart passer and an instinctual defender.

“I felt like I really improved at being more under control and more physical on the court this summer,” said Henningsgard. “Being able to take more contact and still finish. Just in general, that kind of competition was great

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