Boos verbals to Blue Hawks

Ty Orton called me earlier today to tell me that Bowman County guard Brock Boos has verbally committed to play men’s basketball at Dickinson State and will be signing his letter of intent on Tuesday. 

Boos, a 6-foot-2 guard/forward, was a second-team all-state selection this season and averaged 22.5 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists a game this season. He can flat shoot the rock and has shown a knack for heating up and not being around to shoot it once he does.

With Dickinson Trinity’s Robbie Morey already on board, this gives DSU the two best basketball players from the area this season and two solid guards to build around over the next couple years. Any thoughts on the situation?

5 thoughts on “Boos verbals to Blue Hawks

  1. Now Orton just needs to find a good big man to go with these guards and we’ll have ourselves a pretty good class. Any good big guys from up at Williston State? They used to feed us good post players about 10 years ago. And are we getting that kid out of Linton for hoops and fball?

  2. I don’t really know why that comment was necessary. Morey is an excellent basketball player and he has a good head on his shoulders. Should be fun to watch Boos and Morey grow and develop together.

  3. Ryan Ernst from THS just finished a solid four year career as a Hawk after not playing much during his first three y. It would’ve been very easy for him to quit. He stuck it out. I think that’s quite an outrageous statement about THS kids.

  4. Here’s the thing ‘UMMMM’ – if that is your real name – I’m not exactly sure who you’re refering to in this situation when you say, “just like every other Trinity basketball player that came to DSU.” If you’re referring to Chad Glasser, that was an entirely different situation, and an entirely different program. I wouldn’t expect the same from Morey even if the DSU men’s basketball program gets flipped on its head once again.

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