The Ivy wants Muscala

Roseville wing Mike Muscala had another outstanding tournament playing with the MSB Roadrunners and now the division one interest is coming in faster then ever. At the age of 16 Mike has a tremendous upside of skills, athletic ability, potential, and grades in the classroom.
Before running into the Minnesota Magic Elite and losing by three at the Hoosier Shootout the Roadrunners had won all their games by 20 plus and college coaches were flocking to see their games. Coaches from North Dakota State, Cal Poly, and many others didn't miss a contest and Muscala is a big reason for that.
"Mike had a great tourney in Indy," said his father Bob Muscala. "Mike was outstanding in each game and really impressed the NCAA coaches in attendance. As a result of his play, Mike has had contacts from Washington State and calls from the head coaches of the University of Denver, Cal Poly, Bucknell and Princeton. He's really opened a lot of doors for himself."
Muscala already has an offer from South Dakota and you can bet more are on the way. Muscala has also attended some camps this summer at D-1 schools.
"Mike had a great camp at Santa Clara and really impressed the coaching staff," said his father. "Mike attended a Harvard basketball camp and coach {db]Tommy Amaker[/db] is also quite impressed."
You see several IVY schools looking at Muscala because he's a near 4.0 student and recently received a very impressive test score.
"Mike got his ACT scores back this past week and achieved a 30 composite which should really help open doors for him in the D-1 community," Bob Muscala said.
At only 16 years of age and now 6-foot-8 Mike Muscala has a huge upside and more interest is expected to be on its way.
The Roadrunners will play in the 43 Hoops tourney this weekend and that will be the last tourney for them this summer.