After an impressive sophomore season last year in which he earned himself all-conference honors, Landon Biegel is having an even more impressive season this year. Not only is the 6’5” wing guard lighting up the scoreboard with 21.7 points a game, but is also averaging 7.3 rebounds, 2.2 assists, and 1.5 steals per game this season for Oak Hill High School (IN) to help them to a 17-5 record. 

With his tremendous play over these past two seasons, he has been able to earn himself multiple offers. Last summer, Huntington University became the first school to offer Biegel. Since then, Grace College and Indiana Wesleyan University have also offered him. “I like the opportunity to play at the next level as well as to play to win,” he said about the schools that have offered and his recruitment. As well to the trio of offers, some division one programs have shown interest including Mercer and Purdue Fort Wayne.  

When asked about his game, Biegel said “I would describe my game as a taller guard who can catch and shoot and put the ball down.” He has continued to show over his high school career that he is one of the top scorers in his class in all of Indiana. Earlier this season, he recorded thirty-seven points in a single game. 

In the upcoming Indiana State Tournament, the junior is looking to win sectional and more. After the high school season, Biegel will be playing with the Kyle Guy Elite program.