Recruiting Report: Greg Frist (2016)
2016 Christian Academy of Louisville guard Greg Frist was one of the more consistent performers this summer, consistently scoring 10+ points per game and getting 4 or 5 assists a game. He’s a combo guard that can score and pass…
2016 Christian Academy of Louisville guard Greg Frist was one of the more consistent performers this summer, consistently scoring 10+ points per game and getting 4 or 5 assists a game. He’s a combo guard that can score and pass the ball and play with the ball in his hands or off the ball. He’s got some solid quickness and is a solid defender, but isn’t an explosive player and instead uses his basketball IQ and quickness to make plays.
St. Catharine, Clarion, Berry, Mt. Mercy, William Penn, Catawba, Valley Forge, West Point and Wheeling Jesuit are all showing interest in Greg. He doesn’t have any offers right now, but has visited St. Catharine and is planning to visit Clarion and Berry College in the near future. Greg really liked his visit to St. Catharine, but says no school is really standing out yet and he’s keeping his options open.
As stated above, Greg played well all spring and summer with Higher Level basketball and averaged 15 points, 5 assists and 5 rebounds per game. Greg says he’s grateful to have been able to play his final season with HLB and it was a good experience all around. “There’s no other team I would have rather played for because of how much chemistry we built.”
Greg should have a big year for CAL and has improved his ability to finish in the paint and at the rim. He’s hoping his team can find a way out of a tough district that includes Ballard, Eastern and Kentucky Country Day. He thinks they can surprise some people because the whole team has bought in and is dedicated to the team. “Everyone has bought into what we want to do, so that gives me a lot of confidence as a leader on this team.” Greg has some personal goals, like being able to play basketball in college and reaching the 1,000 point mark, but he most wants to be remembered as a leader that helped his team win their district and get to the regional tournament.