During a run to the state title game, Hunter Broersma saw his offer list grow during his junior year.
”It set us up for next year and we probably have four probable Division 1 players on the team next year, so I think we are looking pretty good,” he said.
Broersma is in line to be one of those players and he visited Michigan State on Saturday.
”I liked it a lot,” Broersma said. “They took us around to see a couple of the facilities like the media room. It was nice. Then they took us to the basketball game and we had really good seats.”
The 6-foot-1, 175-pound Broersma left at halftime due to a longer ride home than some, but said the highlight came early in the visit.
”Probably the best part of the visit was them taking us to the field and going right from the field to buses to take us to the basketball game,” he said. “The highlight tape in the locker room was really cool, too.”
He camped in East Lansing over the summer, so he has been on the Spartans radar for a little while now. As for an offer, he said it would be a big deal for him.
“It would mean a lot to me,” he said. “It would mean a lot to my family and everything.”
He has a visit set up for Western on Feb. 28, while he recently visited Toledo and said it was a great visit.
”I like Toledo a lot,” he said. “Me and my dad went into the head coach’s office and had like a 15 minute conversation talking about how he is interested in me and everything. That was cool.”
He has been hearing plenty from Cincinnati and will be looking to make his way to some camps this summer.
“I have a travel baseball team so I am kinda limited on my time with camps I can go to, but any opportunities that I have for a camp, I will try and make it,” he said.