Posted On: 08/30/19 7:30 PM

Many of the best teams in the WDA have top-notch talent in the frontcourt. If Dickinson is going to take a step forward and compete in the league, Tallon Klatt is going to be a big key.

Klatt, a 6-foot-7 senior, averaged 10 points and six rebounds as a junior and spent the grassroots season playing with ECI, going against top big men from all over the Midwest. That experience helped him improve his game a great deal.

“It was a lot of fun,” said Klatt. “It opened up a lot of things for me. I feel like I played well. That competition is really good for me. I had to develop other parts of my game.”

Klatt has the size, athleticism and motor to be a high-impact two-way big. When his motor runs hot, he’s really productive. He runs the floor well, finishes at a high rate in traffic and can defend and rebound effectively. He’s athletic for a big man and has the strength and toughness to compete with the high-end bigs in the state.

“I think I do a good job rebounding and finishing,” said Klatt. “I want to continue improving my outside game.”

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