Leading up to this season, Keegan Wasilk already had a solid high school career. Though during his senior season, the guard has taken his game to another level. Wasilk has been one of the top senior guards in all of Michigan to help Clarkston High School out to a 8-4 record on the season. 

Currently Saginaw Valley State is his lone offer. They extended the offer to him last March. “SVSU is nice and it’s in the GLIAC, they’ve had a good year so far,” Wasilk said. Right now, Wasilk is in no rush to make any type of college commitment. “No timeline for when I want to make a decision on a school. I got half a season to go, I’m confident something will happen.”

Wasilk is a standout on both ends of the floor. Not only does he have some size in the backcourt at 6’3” but impacts the game in a variety of ways. He is a high IQ guard that is a skilled playmaker with the ball in his hands. The senior has good feel for the game and sees the floor very well in addition to his smart decision making. He also has a good ability to knockdown shots from the outside as well. On the defensive end, Wasilk plays with tremendous energy battling to lock down opposing guards on the perimeter. 

Look for Wasilk to be a popular name over the next several weeks amongst college coaches as he is one of the top 2022 guards left on the board in the area. He played for The Family program.