Between his stellar performances at the Spring Extravaganza and then the Grassroots Showcase during the two April live periods, Kyle Jorgensen has started to appear on plenty of college coaches’ radars. While playing with the MN Comets Elite, the 6’9” power forward/center has been one of the most productive and skilled big men on the NY2LA Association. He entered the spring after a junior season at Washburn High School where he averaged 24 points and 14 rebounds per game. 

“My spring season could not have started off any better now that my three pointer is back to being more consistent. It has opened the game up a lot more for myself and others,” Jorgensen said about his play with the Comets in April. During the first live tournament in Indianapolis, he had himself a 28-point game and has continued to play at an extremely high level from there consistently against top competition. 

When asked about his recruitment, he responded “After the last two weekends my recruiting has gone way up. Coming into the spring season I was scared that I might even be able to play division two basketball. After this season started, I have heard from double digit amount of D1’s and I am now confident I will be able to play basketball in college at a high level.”

There were several big stock risers on the NY2LA Association in April and Jorgensen may be the biggest. Look for all the new interest to continue to grow and turn into some offers at some point.