Throughout the year, the recruitment stock of Hunter Lorenson has continued to build. After a standout spring and summer while playing with the MN Comets, Lorenson is a 2024-point guard to know. 

Right now, Lorenson is attracting interest from numerous division two programs. He has already taken visits to Concordia St. Paul, Minnesota Crookstown, and Winona State. As well, he is also starting to appear on the radar of some division one coaches radars. 

“My season with the Comets was great.” Lorenson said about his grassroots season. “My coach put all of us in a great position to be successful and it went well. Individually my season was alright, at times I wish I was more aggressive but other than that I had a blast.” Playing alongside now Colorado State commit Kyle Jorgensen, the duo was one of the top guard-big man duos on the NY2LA Association. 

When asked about his game, Lorenson describe himself as a “crafty guard who excels at creating for myself and others.” Also adding in, “I love to get to my pull-up either it being mid-range or a three. I also can get to the rim to score and draw double teams or fouls.” He is a very consistent point guard with a high skill level and good feel. The senior excels with the ball in his hands with his decision-making ability, vision, and shooting off the dribble. 

On the NY2LA Association this year, there were few guards that had his array of tools. As he moves into his senior year at Lake City High School (MN), Lorenson is a point guard to track.