The game of Gavyn Hurley has continued to grow rapidly throughout this year. It started this spring while playing with the Wisconsin Swing and has already shown very early on in his junior season with Middleton High School. 

Tournament after tournament, Hurley was one of top players on the NY2LA Association with the Swing this spring and summer. He was able to earn himself First Team All-League honors at the 16U level. “I really enjoyed this spring and summer playing with Swing. I love my teammates and coaches.”

After averaging 5.8 points last season at Middleton as a sophomore, Hurley has made big leaps.

While the 6’5” wing guard is only one game into the high school season, he has already shown the increased skills scoring 20 points to lead Middleton to an opening night victory. “I am super excited for the high school season because I think we have the potential to do some serious work in the Big 8,” Hurley said. 

Hurley is a highly versatile and impactful guard with good size. While he is a skilled scorer that can get it done in numerous ways, he says defense is his greatest strength. “I love the feeling of locking up the other team’s best player. With my length and height, I can usually guard one through four.”

More college coaches have continued to notice Hurley from both the Division 1 and 2 level. So far, he has taken a visit to Northern Michigan. When talking about the visit, he said “It was good. I really liked it up there and the (head) coach is super cool.” He will also take a visit to North Dakota this month on the 18th.