Rogers State men's basketball is coming off a historic year, and it is eager to return to campus for the 2020-21 season.
However, the Hillcats are in need of a few more pieces to fill out their already talented roster.
RSU is looking for incoming freshmen to complete this task. Coach Justin Barkley wants athletes who desire to be part of an elite program and are willing to work hard every day on and off the court.
Incoming freshmen interested in being considered for one of these spots can email coach Barkley at email@example.com or assistant coach Tyler Wayman at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following items: film, transcripts and contact information.
RSU has already landed six signees and three transfers during the offseason.
The Hillcats finished the 2019 season ranked 18th in the National Association of Basketball Coaches poll while also earning a berth in the NCAA Division II Tournament for the first time in program history.
RSU, a 6-seed in the Central Region, was set to take on No. 3 seed Southeastern Oklahoma State in the first round on March 14 in Maryville, Mo., before the NCAA canceled all winter championships and spring sports amid concerns surrounding the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.