It has been an up and down few months for Cody Schmitz. Following a junior season in which he averaged a whopping 29.4 points as well to 8.8 rebounds, he did not last long during the spring season on the floor. 

Back in April early in the grassroots season during his first tournament he injured his foot and missed the rest of the spring season. Finally, this month he was able to get back on the court playing with his high school team, Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau (WI). In addition to being back in action on the hardwood this month, the 6’5” wing guard recently just picked up his first two scholarship offers. 

His first two offers both came this week, from division two programs in the region. The first coming from Northern Michigan with the second from St. Cloud State. “It felt amazing, it has certainly been a goal of mine for a long time, I am extremely grateful to say the least,” Schmitz said. 

In addition to the two new offers, he has several division one programs showing interest in him. Amongst the lengthy list are Indiana State, North Dakota, North Dakota State, Princeton, South Dakota as well to plenty of division two schools. 

Now that he is back fully healthy and with the July grassroots season almost here, there are some things he wants to show college coaches. “How versatile I am offensively and that I am able to score at all three levels. I also want to show how capable of a defender I am.” He should be a popular target with the Wisconsin Blizzard in the coming weeks.