One of the fastest rising prospects in the entire Midwest is Grant Asman of Kimberly High School (WI) and the Mac Attack. At 6’10”, he is also one of the more intriguing players around. 

Michigan Tech became the first school to offer Asman a scholarship last September. With his impressive play this summer, he has continued to generate further interest receiving additional offers from Hillsdale, Northern Michigan, Rockhurst, Sioux Falls, and Wisconsin-Parkside. When talking about these six schools, he mentioned “all of these schools have a great coaching staff and campuses.” 

Asman has started to hear from several Division 1 programs including Merrimack, Southern Illinois, UC-San Diego, Valparaiso, Virginia Tech, Wisconsin-Green Bay, among a few others. Even at 6’10” with great length, the senior has a good skill set to have drawn the attention of college coaches all over. In addition to his ability in the paint on both ends, Asman has a good stroke from three, can put the ball on the floor, and passes well for a big.  

“I would say a program with a family culture and players that are fun to play with,” Asman stated when asked what he is looking for in his future college. He went on to add “coaches that are helping and I can develop a strong and honest relationship with.”

While Asman has no timeline for when he wants to select a college, he has some clear goals for this year. For his senior season the forward has a lofty goal of winning a state championship in addition to being name first team all-conference.