Jordan Dinsmore has been doing everything he can to help lead top ranked Milwaukee Washington to yet another good season.  Averaging 14.5 points and 6 assists he is the floor general for one of the states most talented teams.   The 6-3 guard knocks down open shots at high level, excels in transition, and is always making the right pass.  

"The season is going well and we are improving as a team every game," Dinsmore said.  After making it to the state semifinals last season, his main focus right now is doing whatever it takes to get back to the Kohl Center in March and win it all.

Dinsmore has been on college coaches radars for a long time but didn’t receive his first offer until earlier this winter when he helped lead his team to a third-place finish at the ST Hoops Elite Classic in Sacramento, CA featuring many of California's top teams.  After earning all-tournament team honors Montana State offered him his first scholarship. 

"It felt great, knowing that all the work that I have been putting in is starting to pay off.  I know they play in the Big Sky Conference.  The school has made the NCAA tournament three times," Dinsmore said

Sacramento State and UW-Milwaukee have also been watching the 6-3 floor general very closely this season.

When making his college decision Dinsmore is looking for a school that can provide a good education, a team with a strong support system, and a team full of guys that are willing to work hard every day.  A late blooming talent, Dinsmore is focused on capturing a state championship right now and if he continues to play at a high level don’t be surprised to see a few more offers come his way before it’s all said and done.

Dinsmore played with Playground Elite and Mac Irvin Fire last spring and summer during the grassroots travel season.