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Throughout his prep career, Houser’s compiled quite the set of statistics and accolades, witnessing progress and growth each year he’s been a member of the Cedar Cliff program. In his junior campaign, the power forward/center paced the Colts in points per game (14.3), rebounds (5.8) and blocks (0.8). His 19-point outing against Cumberland Valley in the District Three Class 6A playoffs fueled Cedar Cliff’s upset victory over the Eagles.
His impressive third-year showing also garnered him 2020-21 All-Sentinel Boys Basketball First Team honors.
Houser’s pledge to the Keydets makes him the third Colt in program history to join a scholarship-level NCAA Division I program. Logan Stumpf went to Gardner-Webb University in 2012 and Tom Hess joined the Tigers of Louisiana State University in 1969.