BANGOR – Husson men’s basketball has added a fair share of talent from Florida this season, and now it’s looking back to the sunshine state for a little more help in 2017-2018.
The program announced this week it is bringing in 6-foot-3 point guard Corey Kaiser next season. Kaiser comes to Maine from Evans High School in Orlando, where he was a four-year varsity player. He helped lead the team to a district title as a junior, and averaged seven assists per game as a senior.
“Corey comes from a great program and basketball tradition,” head coach Warren Caruso said in a release. “He’s a big athletic point guard who will give us a lot of versatility at the point guard spot.”
Kaiser is one of four Floridians headed to Husson this season, with Dylan Angel, Kyanti Blyden and Cole Thomas also joining him.