That, and an improved 3-point shot, will determine just how big a splash he can make."For us to be successful, he's going to have to be able to stretch the floor more than he did in high school," Wysinger said. "But when he was playing with other guys who understand the game as well as he does, he fit into the concepts."Schuette is hoping he will fit in nicely with his new teammates and coaching staff, and that it will propel him to new heights. He said he wants to fine tune his skills at ICC, and ultimately make it to college basketball's top level."I want to become not just an average player, but a great player," Schuette said. "The reason I picked (ICC) is because those two coaches are going to do what's best for me. My next goal after those two years is to play Division I college basketball."
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