Drew Smith, Wayzata.com, Multimedia InternJune 15, 2021
It has been a busy week for the Wayzata boys’ basketball team. Three Trojans have committed to play basketball in college.
The top ranked boys basketball player in Minnesota has committed to Purdue. Wayzata’s Camden Heide made the announcement on Tuesday, June 15 that he would become a Boilmaker.
Heide also had offers from Ohio State, Texas and Marquette while also making an unofficial visit to Minnesota.
Heide averaged 17.9 points per game while also helping the Trojans to a Class 4A state championship after defeating Cretin-Derham Hall, Wayzata’s first state title since 1959. Heide had 17 points in that game.
Committed🔴⚪️ Blessed to say that I’ll be continuing my basketball career at Central Lakes. Thanks to all that’s been on this journey. pic.twitter.com/rkRFfaQpmz— ChrisDavenport (@CjDavenport03) May 17, 2021
Wayzata’s Chris Davenport has also committed to Central Lakes College in Brainerd. Davenport averaged 1.6 points per game in 11 games this season for the Trojans.
I am extremely blessed and excited to announce my commitment to further my academic and athletic career at the University of St. Thomas! I am thankful to my parents, coaches, friends, entire UST coaching staff and everyone that has helped me on this journey. #commited #GOTOMMIES pic.twitter.com/939QIGcJxZ— Carter Bjerke (@CarterBjerke) June 11, 2021
Last but not least, Carter Bjerke has also committed to St. Thomas. Bjerke averaged 14 points per game this season with the Trojans with a 53.8% shooting percentage.
Drew Smith, Wayzata.com, Multimedia Reporter