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Brodyn DeHoet ‘20 Recruiting Profile

  • Groton Area High School - 01
  • Aberdeen, SD
  • Men's Basketball
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Brodyn DeHoet's Men's Basketball Recruiting Profile
Club:
Midwest Magic
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
200
Age:
19
Prim. Position:
PF
Points/Game
19.6
Free Throw %
65
Field Goal %
40
Rebounds/Game
12
Wingspan
6ft 5in
Bench Press
200
Squat
280
  • 2019 Full Game #2

Personal Statement

Dear Prospective Coaches and Recruiting Staff,

Hello, my name is Brodyn DeHoet. I am a senior at Groton Area High School in Groton, South Dakota. I can not wait to get back on the court. My personal goal is to hit 1000 points this year. In the last two seasons I have gotten to 2/3 of the way there. I am also hoping to make All-State. I have been All-Conference both junior and sophomore year. As a team our goal is to make it to the Sweet 16, but getting all the way to state would be a dream come true. Most of all we hope to beat Roncalli, as we have not gotten past them in 13 years. I believe you have to set goals in order to reach them. Aim high, work hard, and never give up.

Last season was one of adversity for me. In May 2018, I was diagnosed with Type I Diabetes (T1D). I was nervous heading into the season, but as you will see from my stats page I conquered the disease on the court. I will not let T1D define me as a person or an athlete. It just means I have to be aware of my body and it's needs. I was featured as the area athlete of the week because of my performance in spite of being newly diagnosed. The article is also include in my profile. I thought it was important to lead with this information so you can understand my grit and determination. I will give your program 110%! Junior year I maintained the leading scoring position and completed the season with a double/double average.

My position is at power forward. My role is to be aggressive on both offense and defense, to get boards, and score inside and out. I am the tallest player on the team, so I do a lot of work inside.  My size is a strength to my ability at this level of ball, but I am a versatile player and also spend time playing outside. At the college level I understand my size may mean that I would need to play at a different position. I was lucky to have a coach in my early AAU years who allowed me to play and learn in all the positions. I love the game and think I am able to transition to play where I am needed.

I also play on a summer AAU state traveling team called the Midwest Magic. Due to my late spring T1D diagnosis I was not able to play sophomore summer. I was excited to get back on the court with my team this year. We played a lot in the Prep Hoops circuit. We ended the season with a championship in Omaha.

My sophomore year I made the difficult decision to transfer to a new school to pursue my basketball dreams. I could stay at the school I grew up in with the friends I knew or I could take a chance at a new school to play Varsity Boys Basketball. It was the hardest choice I have ever had to make, but I feel it was the best one.  I am able to be a part of a team. We have built a brotherhood, and our team motto is FOE - Family Over Everything. I believe each player has a role and if we aren't playing as a team, then we can't succeed as individuals either.

Off the court, I realize school needs to be a priority. Making a transition with T1D has been easier on the court, but I am working just as hard in the classroom. To be honest, between changing schools and my disease I have struggled in the classroom. It is difficult to balance my academics, athletics, and well-being at times. My school has given me a great support system to get through. I am hoping It will get easier this year now that I have better control over them all. I have made a great group of friends and spend most of my time hanging with my teammates. I also enjoy hunting, fishing, and anything sports related.

My family has done everything to support me, especially this last year as I learned my new "normal". I basically grew up in a gym playing on traveling teams, with my parents and older sister Dacotah (she is a Sophomore at Augustana University in Sioux Falls, SD) following me. When we aren't traveling for basketball they always made it a priority to do other traveling as a family to create memories. My favorite trip has been spending Christmas in the Dominican Republic.

My goal is to continue playing ball in college. I am a good candidate because of my versatility, determination, and passion for the game. I have updated my current stats to which show my ability. I have my highlight reels and a few games on my profile. I believe that the team always comes first. No matter what I can contribute, being a team player is most important. As a teenager I am faced with choices everyday that could affect my path. I know that if I want to make my collegiate dreams come true, I am not always going to be able to follow the crowd. My parents and coaches have taught me that what I do and who I am with are a reflection on and off the court of my own character. This can be tough but my eye is on the prize. That is why I choose to spend my free time in the gym working on skills, lifting, or balling with my friends. 

Thank you for your consideration! I look forward to hearing from coaches and programs that believe I would be an asset to your program.

Brodyn DeHoet

Athletics

High School Information

  • Years w/ Varsity:
  • 3 years
  • Varsity Starter:
  • 3 years
  • 2020 Varsity Team
  • Starter - Jersey: #42
  • 2019 Varsity Team
  • Starter - Jersey: #42
  • Individual Awards:
    Captain, Team MVP Award, 2nd Team All-Conference, 1st Team All-Area
  • Season Schedule
  • 2018 Varsity Team
  • Starter - Jersey: #42
  • Individual Awards:
    Honorable Mention All-Conference, NEC, SD NEC All Conference 3rd Team

Club Information

  • Seasons of Club Experience:
  • 4 seasons
  • 2019 Midwest Magic (AAU - 17u)
  • Notes: Ranked 3rd for the Dakotas on Prep Hoops
  • Season Schedule
  • 2017 Aberdeen Eagles (Competitive )
  • Notes: Won State Pacesetter in Yankton, South Dakota. Qualified for Pacesetter in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • 2017 Midwest Magic (AAU)
  • Notes: South Dakota State wide traveling team, by coaches selection. MAYB tournaments at Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Lincoln and Omaha Nebraska, Went to Kansas City, Kansas for Showtime Tournament
  • 2016 Dakota Niners (AAU)
  • Notes: MAYB tournaments at Sioux Falls Pentagon, Wisconsin Dells, and Lincoln Nebraska, and also traveled to Kansas City, Kansas for a Showtime tournaments.

Coach References

  • High School Head Coach
  • Brian Dolan
  • High School Head Coach
  • Justin Hanson
  • Travel / Club Coach
  • Michael Ihler
  • Travel / Club Coach
  • Chad Bergan

Additional Sports

  • Golf
  • 1 Year
  • Varsity Team
  • Football
  • F
  • 2 Years
  • Varsity Team
  • Junior Year Pick 6 against Beresford, SD, Offense: Tight End, Defense: Defensive End . Senior Year Offense: Wide Receiver Defense: Defensive End
  • Track
  • F
  • 2 Years
  • Varsity Team
  • Shot put and discus

Academics

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High School Information

High School:
Groton Area High School - 01
State:
SOUTH DAKOTA
Phone:
(605) 397-8381

Academic Accomplishments

Registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center?
Yes

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Statistics

Statistic 2019 Varsity Te 2019 Midwest Ma 2018 Varsity Te
Points/Game 18 17.5
Season High Points 34 29
Rebounds/Game 11 8
Season High Rebounds 22 13
Assists/Game 2 1.5
Season High Assists 5 4
Steals/Game 2 1.2
Blocks/Game 1 .2
Field Goal Pct. 40% 44%
Free Throw Pct. 63% 60%
3 Point FG's 35 30
3 Point FG Pct. 31% 31%
Games Played 22 4 19
 

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