The USD men’s basketball program signed four recruits to its first-ever Division I class.
Mitchell Bouie (Chicago, Ill.), Conrad Krutwig (Algonquin, Ill.), Dustin Tetzlaff (Watertown, S.D.), and Cliff Warner (Altoona, Iowa), signed national letters of intent on Wednesday.
“It’s a nice group to come in,” USD head coach Dave Boots said. “They all play different positions. It’s a very athletic group. They should have a chance to play early in their careers. All-around, academically, it’s a solid group.”
Quick thoughts: The Coyote coaching staff made its summer recruiting trip to Chicago a successful one, as Bouie (a 6-foot-3 guard) and Krutwig (a 6-foot-6 forward) both hail from the Windy City area. And the coaches also nabbed an in-state recruit in Tetzlaff, a 6-foot-7 forward. And the latest addition is Warner (a 6-foot-guard) who is reportedly a great passing point guard, which could give USD a dangerous 1-2 punch at the guard spot in coming years — already with freshman Louie Krogman.