Geraldine’s Brady Duvall to walk on with Carroll College men’s basketball program

(Editor’s note: Carroll College media release)

HELENA — Carroll College men’s basketball coach Kurt Paulson received a commitment from Brady Duvall of Geraldine.

Duvall, a 6-foot-3 guard out of Geraldine High, will walk on to the men’s basketball program.

“Brady comes to us from a basketball family,” Paulson said. “He has a great feel for the game and will no doubt be in the gym getting better daily. He is a coach’s son and has a foundation to build from. He is our type of player with his ability to shoot the ball from three. We welcome Brady to the Carroll Basketball family.”

Duvall averaged 13 points, 3.6 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game while playing for Geraldine-Highwood.

“I chose Carroll because it fit everything I wanted,” Duvall said. “I am able to get a quality education. I am also excited to play for this team and coaches. I think I will learn a lot and grow and I am ready to put the work in to do that for them.”

Duvall joins an impressive 2019 recruiting class on the heels of the program’s first run into the national championship game. Carroll finished 29-8 last season and national runner-up.

2019 Carroll College Men’s Basketball Recruiting Class

Brady Duvall, 6-3, G, Geraldine, Montana
Ifeanyi Okeke, 6-7, F, La Verne, California
Dennis Flowers III, 6-2, G, La Canada, California
Brendan Temple, 6-7, wing, Castle Rock, Colorado
Sayer Patton, 6-3, wing, Choteau, Montana
Gaven Ramirez, 6-6, wing, Corona, California
Jonny Hillman, 6-2, G, Post Falls, Idaho

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