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Home arrow Recruiting News arrow Under the radar 2014 Prospect Grant Sinn
Under the radar 2014 Prospect Grant Sinn
Friday, 20 December 2013
Imageby Joe Click
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Grant Sinn is in the class of 2014 and attends Canterbury HS. in Fort Wayne,IN. Currently Grant is ranked #14 in shooting guards and #61 in the State of Indiana. He was also ranked #18 in the Fort Wayne, IN area.

He is a prolific 3 point shooter. Grant stands at 6'2'' and is currently working as a combo guard for Canterbury HS. Sinn has a high basketball IQ and a knack for making "BIG shots in BIG moments".

In the summer of 2013 Sinn received his chance to shine during the AAU circuit under Coach Alex Buchholz.

Sinn is gaining tons of interest from mid-major D1 schools such as UNC Wilmington, Mount Saint Mary's, Campbell University, UC Davis, and Portland. Grant received an invite to Elite Camp @ Cornell University over the summer, he also received a letter of interest from Yale.

Sinn did visit Boston U. and Jacksonville University. According to Grant he loved the coaches at both schools. Grant is looking for that 1 offer to the "Perfect fit" and will accept. As far as a system he would prefer at the next level is where he can spot up and shoot the 3, but willing to learn all aspects of being a combo guard to make his team better.

Grant Sinn is a HS athlete that everyone needs to know about, not only as a basketball player but as a person. He is what they call a "gym rat" always shooting the ball and practicing to get better everyday. Stay tuned and keep an eye on Grant Sinn as he is "flying under the radar". 

Last Updated ( Sunday, 22 December 2013 )
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