Throughout his entire high school career, Adison Mittelstadt has continued to produce. Whether it has been with Mayville High School or Movement Hoops, the 6’3” guard has only continued to put up numbers. 

Right from the start of his high school career, Mittelstadt was an impactful guard with 13.5 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 3 assists rebounds per game already in just his freshman season. His scoring numbers only continued to improve from there averaging 17.6 points as a sophomore and 22.5 points as a junior. In only his junior season, he reached his one thousand career point. As a senior he is now averaging 20 points to go along with 5 rebounds, 3.1 assists, and 3 steals per game. He also performed at a high level with Movement Hoops as he was named second team on the 16U NY2LA Association previously.

Even with all the production, the recruitment for the senior has not matched it. While there are several schools that have reached out to him, he has no offers. For his future basketball program, Mittelstadt is looking for a team with a great coaching staff. 

“Versatile and able to score at all three levels. I can create plays as well as finish plays,” Mittelstadt said to describe his own game. Not only is he a knockdown shooter but he is a high IQ guard who can make plays off the dribble. He excels getting into the defense utilizing his pull-up game as well to being a crafty finisher all around the paint. 

To finish off his high school career, he is looking for Mayville to finish near the top of their conference and win a few playoff games as well to winning conference player of the year.