Posted On: 02/16/21 10:40 PM

Some guys just know how to get to the line. Sometimes it’s because they are aggressive to the hole. Sometimes they have the ball in their hands late in games, when other teams are forced to foul. And sometimes, it’s just because they are so physically superior that they are forcing defenders to use max effort, pushing, grabbing and holding just to keep up.

Though statistics can be a little bit hit-and-miss at this time of year, here are some guys we know are getting to the line a lot:

Cooper Wolf, senior, South Haven:

Tops in the state according to what stats are available at this point, the 6-foot senior is getting to the line 8.28 times per game. That means Wolf earns about one-third of his 25.0 points at the charity stripe. Coming up big in big games, Wolf recently scored 15 points as South Haven defeated the top ranked team in 1A Div. II, Attica.

Will Rau, senior, Veritas:

The 6-foot-4 athlete is just too much for defenders to slow down without fouling. He has attemped double-digit free throws in nine games already this year, with seven of those games taking at least 12 foul shots. He

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