Posted On: 10/16/19 12:04 AM

One of the names that really stood out to me this summer was Kyson Rose. Although he was an incoming senior at the time, being in the 2020 class, his name had never been brought up to me and I had never seen him play. After attending the Franklin Quaker Slam, I walked away very impressed with the 6'9 big man. Kyson had soft hands, deceptive footwork and broad shoulders that had college prospect written all over him, despite being mostly under the radar. After catching up with him and his high school coach, a few different colleges in the region had interest in him, but as of this last weekend, Kyson decided that Central Washington University would be the destination for his talents. 

CWU started recruiting Kyson after his junior season, initially seeing him on film and then following him on the club circuit. Head Coach Brandon Rinta quickly made Kyson a priority, showing up to watch him at every opportunity possible. Kyson gives a lot of credit to his club team coach, Jalen Watson (Team Jdub) for helping his game and recruitment. Over the course of the last couple months, the 6'9 big man heard from several NAIA

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