Visser Playing "Stong"

Wake Forest basketball signee Kyle Visser is having a strong senior season for Forest Hills Central in Grand Rapids, Michigan. DeaconSports spoke with Visser's father, James, Wednesday night to get the latest on the 6-9 power forward.

DeaconSports spoke with Kyle Visser's father, James, Wednesday night to get an update on the Wake Forest signee's progression through his senior season. When asked, James Visser has one word to describe his son's play of late - "strong."

Visser's Forest Hills Central High School squad is currently 16-1 on the season, after losing their opener at the beginning of the season. At this point in the season, Forest Hills is beating their opponents by an average of 22 points per game.

As for Kyle, he is averaging 16.2 points per game this season and has set two school records this season as he pulled down 18 boards in one game and nine blocks in another contest.

And have the Visser's followed Wake's march to the top of the ACC this season? You bet. "We watch every [Wake Forest] game we can," James Visser said. "We even bought a dish this year so we could get more of them."

The Vissers have also been in touch with the Wake Forest team occasionally this season as well, according to Kyle's father. "A weekend and a half ago we went to Marquette and watched the game and had dinner with the team," James Visser said. "That was a time."

Kyle's father also told DeaconSports that Kyle will be headed to summer school at Wake Forest for the second session. "He's required to go every summer so we're planning on him being there July 7th," James Visser said.

Stay tuned to DeaconSports in the coming months for more on Kyle and Wake Forest basketball!

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