Wilbraham Forward Reclasses; Lands HM Offer
Max Hoeztel is only in his second month at Wilbraham and Monson Academy after having transferred from Calabasas High School in California.
Hoeztel initially enrolled at Wilbraham as a true senior, but recently opted to reclassify back to the class of 2015.
The move paid quick dividends for Hoeztel, who picked up his first high-major scholarship offer shortly afterwards from St. John’s while attracting recent attention from several other high-major programs as well.
The six-foot-seven shooter previously held scholarship offers from Boise State, Davidson, Loyola Marymount, Pacific, and San Diego as a member of the 2014 class according to ESPN.com.
His move back to 2015 not only gives his recruitment a boost of momentum but also solidifies Wilbraham & Monson’s core for the next two years as he joins Curtis Cobb, Marcel Pettway, and Joe Schneider in a highly talented junior class at WMA, while Mustapha Heron is still only a sophomore.