One of the top performers on this years NY2LA Association just made his college commitment. Following a successful season playing with the Wisconsin RAP, Greyson Pritzl was awarded with second team all-association honors for the 17U level. On Monday evening the 6’4” senior guard of West Allis Central High School announced his college commitment. 

Pritzl made his college commitment to Air Force and head coach Joe Scott. The commitment comes shortly after he took his visit to the Colorado school just over a week ago. On the visit, Pritzl earned his offer to play for Air Force. “It was amazing,” Pritzl said when talking about his visit. Adding in “campus is awesome, coaches are amazing.”  

While he never saw himself attending a service academy previously, Pritzl views Air Force as a good fit for himself. “I liked the coaches and how the whole team is really like a family and all care about each other and how all the coaches are wanting to win just as much as I do,” were the main factors that won Pritzl over for Air Force. 

While Air Force was his only offer to this point, he still felt it was the right time to make his college commitment. “I decided to commit now because I feel like it was a good fit and they really cared about me and believed in me when nobody else did.” 

Before his impressive spring and summer with the Wisconsin RAP, Pritzl had a strong junior season as he averaged 17 points and 5 rebounds a game for West Allis Central. Air Force will be getting one of the top scorers out of Wisconsin in the 2022 class. Pritzl has a good combination of skill and positional size. Not only does he have a good ability to create his own shot from the perimeter but is also a quality three level scorer.