Sophomore guard Caleb Steger discusses his first offer
Last week sophomore security guard Caleb Steger received his first offer from TCU. A 6-foot-4 shooting guard from the Dallas Jesuit School in Texas, Steger says staff were impressed with his potential entry into the Horned Frogs men’s basketball program.
“I told Duane Broussard and he had nothing to say but good things,” said Steger. “He thinks my play matches their formation and style of play. He said he wanted me back on campus.”
Steger visited TCU back in October. During his time in Fort Worth, he witnessed the daily routine of their athletes.
“It was a great visit,” Steger said. “We watched their players train. I really liked how high the intensity was and how they competed throughout the workout. I was able to look around the premises and see how the players go about their daily lives. and how they watch movies. I also watched a football match and there was a great atmosphere.”
Along with TCU, Wisconsin – an additional program that has shown interest in Steger’s game. He recently spoke to an assistant coach Dean Oliver and learned about the Badgers men’s basketball program.
“We talked about their brand and their school,” Steger said. “He spoke to me about their season this year and how they play. He also told me that he loves my game and how I can fit into their program. He wants me to perform there.”
For the upcoming grassroots season, Steger will compete in the 16U division of the Adidas 3SSB Circuit with Southern Assault. Throughout the spring and summer, his main focus will be on continuous improvement.
“I try to get better every day,” Steger said. “I want to get better in every practice and every game. I want to work on my weaknesses in all aspects of my game.”
Steger, who is not ranked in the class of 2025, is expected to receive a national ranking after the rankings are expanded.