After being a contributor off the bench last season for Mukwonago High School (WI), Collin Madson has been one of most improved players in the area this season. After averaging 4.2 points a game last season as a sophomore, the 6’3” guard has greatly increased that mark up to 14.9 points a game as a junior all to help his team to a 12-4 record on the season. Not only has Madson increased his scoring this season but has done so very efficiently shooting 56% from the field and 49.4% from three. The junior is also averaging 4.2 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game. 

“From April to November I made the gym my second home. Basketball was my number one priority. I had a training plan to improve speed and strength, I worked out with different trainers on my skills and committed to taking my game to another level. Basketball is what I love, and my dream is to play in college so I will put the work in until I get there,” Madson attributed to the big jump in his game. 

Madson is a tough wing guard that plays with great energy on the floor. He has a well-rounded skill set to contribute in a variety of ways on the floor. With his agility and energetic style of play, Madson matches up well with both guards and wings on the defensive end. His jumper has continued to greatly improve to be a knockdown shooter from the outside, but he can also get to the basket. He plays well with the ball in his hands and has a good ability to see the floor. A couple things he is looking to improve upon are is strength and ball handling ability. 

College coaches from multiple levels have started to notice and recruit Madson. He will be playing with the Wisconsin RAP program once again this spring.