Bill Evans had this to say:
"We are excited to have Preh in our program,” Evans said. “His best days of basketball are ahead of him. He can really help us at the defensive end and we look for him to also help us offensively. He is an outstanding student who plans to major in engineering."Last season he averaged 6.9 points, 8.5 rebounds per game, and 2.4 blocks a contest, making him typical of many big men that sign in the spring. He will not help much on the offensive side of the ball (less than seven points per game at the JUCO level does not translate very well to DI), but the should be able to help out defensive and on the glass. Realistically, if you can get a big man that can help out in those areas late in the spring signing period, that is not a bad thing.
Preh is unofficially the fourth member of Idaho State's recruiting class.
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