On Tuesday evening, Jasin Sinani announced his commitment to nearby Wisconsin-Milwaukee and head coach Pat Baldwin. Sinani is a 6’3” senior guard of Oak Creek High School and played with the Wisconsin RAP program. 

“Since a young kid my dream has always been to play college basketball. With that being said I am very excited to announce that I am committing to UW-Milwaukee to further my athletic and academic career! Thank you Coach Baldwin and the rest of the coaching staff for giving me this opportunity,” Sinani stated in his commitment post. 

The commitment comes shortly after the Panthers offered Sinani a few weeks ago earlier this month. Wisconsin-Milwaukee was the seniors first division one offer. Campbell University had also offered him a scholarship a few days following his first offer. The two-sport athlete also held offers for football. 

The senior guard had a breakout summer playing with Wisconsin RAP. Sinani is a good all-around player that can play at either guard spot. He is a good decision maker with the ball, high level perimeter shooter, and tough defender. 

Sinani marks the first commitment to Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s 2021 recruitment class. The Panthers are coming off of a 12-19 season, with a 7-11 mark in the Horizon League.