Bryson Krueger, a 6-7 wing player from Yavapai (AZ) CC, has committed to Arizona State after visiting with the Sun Devil coaches earlier today. He was recently dismissed from the team after being arrested by campus police after a verbal argument with a female college student, causing him to miss the NJCAA Tournament. This caused the Minnesota Gopher coaching staff to back off his recruitment.
March 21, 2004
Bryson Krueger, a 6-7 wing from Yavapai (AZ) CC scored 24 points to help lead the Roughriders to a 93-78 win over Eastern Arizona (AZ) CC. The victory advanced Yavapai to the championship game of Region I. If the Roughriders win tonight, they will advance to the NJCAA Tournament in Hutchinson, Kansas March 16-20 for the second straight year. Krueger has caught the attention of many high major Division I programs and his recruitment will likely pick up more if the team advances to Hutchinson.
March 5, 2004
Junior college 6-7 wing player Bryson Krueger of Yavapai (AZ) CC has gotten the attention of the Minnesota Gopher coaching staff, who recently saw him in action. However, the competition is heating up as a Pac-10 team caught him in action on Tuesday and plans to watch him close the regular season Thursday at Chandler/Gilbert.
February 25, 2004
Junior college 6-7 wing player Bryson Krueger is the latest player to emerge on the Minnesota Gopher recruiting radar. The Gophers have an available scholarship with the loss of Wesley Washington. Kruger could give Minnesota some offensive firepower that is currently lacking.
January 19, 2004