Posted On: 08/31/19 5:30 PM

The Williston Coyotes could be one of the most improved teams in North Dakota next winter. It helps that they’ve got one of the five or so most talented players in the state in Jorn Everson.

Everson, a junior forward, averaged better than 15 points and seven rebounds as a sophomore and spent the grassroots season with the Pentagon Schoolers based in Sioux Falls, where had a chance to showcase his game against excellent competition.

"It was a really good summer," said Everson. "It was a bit of a lesser role than I'm used to but I think it'll be good for my recruitment in the long run. I'm more assertive with my shot selection and playing more disciplined. I'd rather win with a lesser role than being a superstar and not winning. It was definitely running with those guys."

Few guys in North Dakota have the combination of size, athleticism and talent as Everson. He’s 6-foot-7 and explosive. He moves like a guard and has the ability to defend guys smaller but he’s also got the strength and toughness to grind in the paint. He’s been a productive player already but his skillset continues to evolve as he’s improving

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