Experience Elevates Adam Hofer
by Zach Borg, Weekend Sports Anchor
April 01, 2013 6:38 PM
If it's true that everything gets better with age, we've yet to see the best from Adam Hofer.
"I've played since I was about an 8th grader and I've got some time since then. We've changed coaches but that coach always told me that it didn't matter how old you are, it's how you play. And I took that to heart and ever since I was a Freshman I tried to be that floor general." James Valley Christian Senior Adam Hofer says.
And for five seasons at James Valley Christian, there weren't many who played the game better than Adam.
"He's played varsity ball from 8th grade year on. He knows the game of basketball. Probably one of the smartest basketball players I've ever coached as far as knowledge of the game. He knows what to do, he knows hot to play a situation." James Valley Christian Head Coach Darwin Hofer says.
Hofer will take his brain and game to the next level at Dakota State next season. Perhaps more importantly, he'll bring a maturity and poise that few his age possess.
"I love always being able to tell our team what kind of defense we're in, what they need to do and if they're doing something wrong. And especially if they're doing good let them know. Because that's so important to let them know when they're doing good as much as letting them know when they make a mistake." Adam says.
A leader by example, whose game speaks for itself.
In Huron, Zach Borg, KDLT Sports