Andrew Brommer Gets Recruiting Interest

Andrew Brommer, a 6-foot-8 forward from Rosemount (MN) High who committed to Minnesota last fall and then re-opened his recruitment in May, is getting plenty of interest. Brommer played with his 43 Hoops team in Las Vegas this week in the adidas Super 64 Championship. GoldenSports.Net caught up with Broomer to learn the latest on his recruitment.

Andrew Brommer averaged 16.3 points per game and led the Irish to a 9-17 mark. Rosemount fell to Rochester Century in the playoffs. He scored 24 in the playoff loss and had 20 or more points in four of his last five games of the year.

Brommer led 43 Hoops to a 4-1 mark in Las Vegas as they went undefeated in pool play and bested Double Pump Elite in the first round of the playoffs.

43 Hoops fell to the Florida Rams 69-67 in overtime in the second round, despite Brommer scoring 14 points. They led 54-44 with five minutes left in the game, but were unable to hold the lead. Brommer made two free throws with 13.3 seconds left to put 43 Hoops up 62-60, but Vashawn Taylor scored with 1.8 seconds left to force overtime.

Brommer has received plenty of recruiting interest since he decided to re-open his recruitment and his list will likely grow after a strong summer. 43 Hoops will finish their summer at the Best of the Summer in Los Angeles.

"I am hearing from Colorado State, Valparaiso, Dayton and Long Beach State."

Long Beach State head coach and former Gopher coach Dan Monson was in attendance at Wednesday's playoff loss. Valparaiso has made Brommer their number one recruiting priority and feels that he could be a four-year starter for them.

Brommer said that has no time frame for making his decision and is looking for a school that is "the right fit."


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