Last week, Lincoln Meister doubled his list of scholarship offers when St. Cloud State extended an offer out to him. His other offer comes from Minnesota Duluth who offered him back in August. 

While he has yet to visit the campus of his most recent offer in St. Cloud State, he had this to say about them, “I like the coaches there and they have a good academic program.” When talking about the other school that has offered him, Meister stated “Duluth has a great coaching staff.” As well, Meister has been hearing from a few division one and two schools including Appalachian State, South Dakota State, West Texas A&M, Wright State, in addition to several programs in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference. 

There are some things that Meister is looking for in his future college, including on and off the court aspects. “Education is really important to me, I’m really into math and science. In a basketball program, just anywhere I can get stronger and become the best basketball player I can be.” 

Meister is currently a senior at John Marshall High School in Rochester, Minnesota and played with the Minnesota Fury program. The senior post has good size at 6’9” and plays even bigger with his great length. The senior is having a strong season so far scoring over 20 points a game in addition to 7 rebounds. 

For a high school post with his size, Meister moves very well around the paint as well to getting up and down the court. With his agility, timing, and length he is a highly skilled rim protector that blocks shots in bunches. On the offensive end, he does a nice job dunking everything around the paint plus getting up the court quickly to score in the transition game. On what he would like to improve Meister mentioned three different aspects, “finishing through contact, getting tougher with the ball, and shooting from the outside.”

For when he may be picking his future school, Meister seemed to be in no type of rush. “I think I would like to be decided by the time the season ends, so pretty much just whenever I feel comfortable and confident enough,” Meister stated on when he might be making any type of college commitment.