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'12 CO SG Nate Engesser (Signed to Denver)

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  1. Buffnik

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    Colorado Springs Christian School (Colorado Springs, CO)

    AAU: Colorado Chaos

    Ht: 6-foot-3
    Wt: 175 lbs

    Rivals rating: unranked SG
    Scout rating: unranked PG
    ESPN rating: 2*-83 grade; #112 SG
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    Reported Offers: Denver
     
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    Story on his commitment:

    Colorado Springs Christian School junior shooting guard Nate Engesser has committed to play basketball at the University of Denver, according to his club coach.

    Engesser, 6-foot-3, averaged 19.7 points, 4.7 assists and 4.3 rebounds last season as he was the only sophomore named first-team All-State. He shot 44 percent from 3-point range and 89 percent from the free-throw line for the Lions (15-8).
    Engesser was also a key contributor as a freshman, averaging 14.7 points per game.

    According to Colorado Choas coach David Matthews, Engesser becomes the first Pioneer’s commitment in the Class of 2012 and the earliest commitment for Denver coach Joe Scott and his staff since taking over the program four years ago. Scott is best known in this area for his four-year stint at Air Force, when turned a downtrodden program into the Mountain West champion in 2003-04. He then left to take over at Princeton.
     

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