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Rocky men sign three in-state players

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Rocky Mountain College men’s basketball coach Bill Dreikosen on Thursday announced the signing of four players to Frontier Conference Letters of Intent. Three are Montana natives.

Q2 reported last month that Riley Bradshaw was transferring from UM after a three-year career with the Griz. Bradshaw was an all-state player for his dad, Dave Bradshaw, at Corvallis. The 6-foot-1 guard has one year of eligibility remaining.

Belt's Koltin Haugrose will also enroll at Rocky. The  6-foot guard averaged 17.6 points and 6.2 rebounds per game and helped the Huskies to a third place finish at this year’s Class C state tournament. Haugrose earned three all-conference awards and was named all-state his final three seasons. The Huskies won a championship his junior year.

Haugrose is also a track standout, and is one of the state’s top hurdlers.

Box Elder’s Brandon The Boy has also signed. The 5-foot-9 point guard led a balanced attack his senior season helping the Bears win their second Class C title in the past three seasons. Averaging 16 points and 4.4 assists per game at state, The Boy was named Most Valuable Player. He totaled 68 points in three tourney games.

During The Boy’s career, Box Elder amassed a 76-3 record.

Rocky's fourth recruit is Grant Wallace, a 6-foot-7 forward from Clearwater Valley High School, Kooskia, Idaho.

Prior to transferring to Clearwater Valley for his senior year, Wallace attended Columbia Falls (Mont.) High School, where he helped lead the Wildcats to the Class A state championship as a sophomore. That season Wallace was named honorable mention all-state. As a junior, Wallace earned first team all-state and all-conference, as the Wildcats finished third at the state tournament. As a senior at Clearwater Valley, Wallace earned first team all-conference.

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