One of the top seniors in Wisconsin still available is Preston Ruedinger. Ruedinger is a 6’3” point guard at Lourdes Academy. 

Ruedinger had a big summer playing with Mac Attack and has continued that throughout his senior season. This season he is averaging 26.5 points, 7.1 rebounds, and 4.6 assists per game. 

The senior has been able to generate interest from both division two and one programs. St. Leo University became the first school to offer him last May and since Michigan Tech, Minnesota Crookston, and Winona State have all extended a scholarship offer to him. As well, Bemidji State, Lipscomb, and South Dakota State have all expressed interest. At this point he has no leaders in his recruitment. 

“I’m looking for a college that I will make an impact at. Also, a college that wants to and will win,” Ruedinger stated on what will go into his college decision. He has no timeline on when he will be making his commitment but wants to finish his high school season first. 

Ruedinger has good point guard skills but can also score the ball at a high rate. He is an efficient scorer from deep that can hit shots off the dribble and catch. He handles the ball well in addition to having good court vision and passing ability. 

In his most recent game, Reudinger led Lourdes Academy to a sectional championship with 25 points. He got off to a hot start in the regionals with a 42-point outburst. Ruedinger and Lourdes Academy will take their next step towards a gold ball in the state tournament on Friday versus Edgar High School.