Three players from Sheboygan will compete on the UW-Sheboygan men’s basketball team next season.
Two are from reigning state champion Lutheran (guards Delvin Barnstable and Mike Berger) and one is from South (forward Preston Meyer).
Barnstable made second-team All-Big East Conference as a senior after scoring 18 points per game by hitting 63% of his shots from the floor.
“He is among the best shooters in the county, can take it to the rim and play great defense,” Wombats’ coach William Greenwood said.
“Delvin is going to do incredible things for us.”
Berger averaged three points and three assists per game for the Crusaders.
“He has incredible athletic ability, basketball IQ and is tough defensively,” Greenwood said.
“We have been short on point guard depth the last few years and Mike’s quality play will shore up the guard position.”
Meyer, who took a year off after his senior season at South, has put on 15 pounds of muscle and worked on his game, according to his new coach.
“Preston could surprise a lot of people with his improvement,” Greenwood said.