Posted On: 08/25/19 11:21 AM

One of the top performers at Western Oregon Elite Camp last weekend was Brian Goracke and it shouldn't have come as any surprise. The athletic 6-foot-5, 190-pound wing from Churchill High School was one of the select few already holding a scholarship offer from the Wolves and he got a chance to show his stuff against some really good competition in front of the coaching staff. In essence it was an unofficial visit to campus for Goracke and it was an experience well worth the trip.

"I really enjoyed this camp and it was really well run and competitive," Goracke said. "The coaching staff is very intense and tney know what they are doing."

The camp was a bit of a wrapup to what was a very busy off-season for Goracke. He attended several camps and ran one more time with Elite 24/Cascadia Hoops in top tournaments across the country. Goracke wanted to work on several parts of his game and consider that accomplished.

"My summer was good," Goracke said. "With development I've been working on ball-handilng and the pick-and-roll because I'll be playing the three spot or the two in college. I've also been working on decision making and

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