One of the top seniors left on the board in Wisconsin is Daniel Gherezgher. After impressing with JH1 Elite (now MTXE Premier), the 6’3” guard had a strong start to his senior at Brookfield East High School. 

In the first four games of his high school season Gherezgher was able to average 14.8 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 1.5 assists a game. However, since mid-December the senior has been sidelined with a fractured wrist injury. The injury has been costly as after a 2-2 start, Brookfield East has since gone 1-5 with Gherezgher out. 

Though after nearly a month out injured, Gherezgher is eyeing a return in the near future to the court. The senior is looking to be back playing tomorrow in a matchup versus Wauwatosa West. 

With his play over the past year, Gherezgher has attracted the interest of plenty Division two programs in the region and beyond. Michigan Tech became the first school to offer him back in the beginning of July. Later in that same month Wisconsin-Parkside became the second school to extend an offer. Other schools interested in the class of 2022 prospect include Grand Valley State, Hillsdale, Minnesota Duluth, Missouri-St. Louis, St. Leo, Wisconsin-Oshkosh, and others. 

There are different aspects Gherezgher likes about the two programs that have offered him so far. “I like Michigan Tech’s culture and how they’ve been running their program for a while. I like the way UW-Parkside runs their offense and how much they’ve made it known the impact I would make coming into their school right away,” he said. 

Gherezgher is in no hurry to make his college decision right now. “I felt like my recruitment has come so rapid compared to most kids in my class, so I’m not in much of a rush. He is looking towards right after his high school season to pick his future school.