"I'm obviously pretty excited right now," Totino-Grace big man Rocky Kreuser said to the BisonReport. "I'd been talking a lot with coach Olson and Richman, and we have kept in contact just with check ins. When I was at the NDSU camp, he told me that I could be a better player if I become more aggressive, and then things escalated from there."
"I went on a tour of the campus this week, and the new facilities before my parents and I went into Coach Richman's office," Kreuser explained to Scout.com. "We had a talk about goals and life. Then he explained the offer to us. He said that he would like to coach me, but they need someone more ready to play in college for next year so they put down a 4 for 5. He also said if I wanted to become the best player and person I could be I would go to NDSU. I think it is a very well run program and I am truly blessed to have received this opportunity. I really liked the coaches. They mix very well together. Another pro is that my sister is also a student at NDSU. I want to become the best player I can be and the new facilities are also very nice."
The Minnesota forward thinks a few more schools could be close to offering.
"I think Southwest State could be close, and I've been in contact with Crookston and Minot State. I might take a visit here this month yet to SW State, but we'll see. I want to make a decision before school starts, as it allows me to go into my senior year with free shoulders and I will be able to enjoy my entire senior year. NDSU is contending for the number one spot right now with Sioux Falls."