There are a lot of guys standing tall that want to be wings but they are not. Cole Dahl is the opposite. Cole can be seen handling the ball and playing inside with his high school team out of necessity…
There are a lot of guys standing tall that want to be wings but they are not. Cole Dahl is the opposite. Cole can be seen handling the ball and playing inside with his high school team out of necessity but with the Comets everything about Cole (skills, the way he moves, etc) say small forward.
Dahl played with the Minnesota Comets this spring and summer and enjoyed his basketball experience.
“I thought my basketball IQ increased and also my defense improved playing with the Comets,” said Dahl. “I loved (Grassroots), the travel, the time with guys building relationships,the exposure was great for our team. Chris (Lewis) and North Star Hoops really helped me to further my career (wherever I end up).”
Dahl enters a key time in his life both basketball and career wise. He is picking a college option and has his most memorable high school season in front of him.
“I'm feeling great about this season,” Dahl said. “The past three years I've been a part of two section games, unfortunately lost them both but I feel this is the year for the guys and I to finish strong and head to state.
“I'm going to have to be a leader like the last three years, run the plays, and be dominant without over doing it and getting my team involved.”
Cole has received double digit scholarship offers from the division two level and now has an offer from Army to join their prep academy for a year and then the varsity squad in the following seasons.
“Recruiting wise, I’ve called some schools respectfully sharing with them they weren't right for me. I’m going to be setting up unofficial and official visits for about six or seven schools I have interest in.
“The Most interested schools are Augustana, Northern State, and Army are the ones calling each week to touch base,” Dahl explained.