A phone conversation with new Marquette coach Steve Wojciechowski only reaffirmed what Sun Prairie point guard Nick Noskowiak had heard about him. Noskowiak, who committed to Marquette last April, loves that Wojciechowski played the same position as him, and that he gives point guards more freedom than most. It also helps that Wojciechowski spent years learning from legendary coach Mike Krzyzewski, and that he’s helped a number of players on their way to the NBA. Still, Noskowiak’s college decision may come down to how badly Wojciechowski wants Noskowiak, not the other way around. Noskowiak opened up his recruitment after last night’s conversation with Wojciechowski, and it took less than 24 hours for him to receive an offer from Xavier. “(Wojciechowski) has never seen me play, so I’d like him to be interested in me, and I’d be really excited if he would like to recruit me,” Noskowiak said. “I fell in love with Marquette when Buzz Williams was there, last April. So I kind of just felt like I had to start over, start the recruiting process over.” Noskowiak averaged 20 points per game for the Cardinals last season and earned honorable mention AP All-State honors. Since Xavier offered Noskowiak, he’s also received an offer from Creighton. Before he committed to Marquette last year, he also had offers from Iowa State and Northern Iowa, among others. With another high school basketball season ahead of him, the junior still has ample time to make a final decision.
Marquette commit Nick Noskowiak re-opens recruitment after hiring of Steve Wojciechowski
Wisconsin State Journal | Apr 2