Dayton Flyers recruit Michael Sharavjamts

Sharavjamts, the primary participant from the 2022 recruiting class to decide to Dayton, ended up with ISA after Briski noticed him play final summer time with Midwest Basketball Membership.

“We didn’t actually know quite a bit about him,” Briski mentioned, “however after we went by way of the method with him, we instructed him, ‘We get that you just’re some extent guard, and we’re going to play you that manner. We play a nationwide schedule and really feel like we are able to actually proceed that can assist you develop your leap shot,’ which is clearly paying off. We felt like he would be capable of play in opposition to competitors that’s going to organize him for what he’s going to face when he goes to Dayton subsequent yr. That was our pitch and he believed in what we had been doing and our improvement plan for him, and it appears to be understanding for everyone.”

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Enkhiin-Od Michael Sharavjamts, a recruit within the 2022 class, watches a sport between Dayton and Cedarville in an exhibition sport on Monday, Nov. 1, 2021, at UD Enviornment. David Jablonski/Workers

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Enkhiin-Od Michael Sharavjamts, a recruit in the 2022 class, watches a game between Dayton and Cedarville in an exhibition game on Monday, Nov. 1, 2021, at UD Arena. David Jablonski/Staff
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Enkhiin-Od Michael Sharavjamts, a recruit within the 2022 class, watches a sport between Dayton and Cedarville in an exhibition sport on Monday, Nov. 1, 2021, at UD Enviornment. David Jablonski/Workers

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Centerville Excessive Faculty coach Brook Cupps, who coached Sharavjamts final summer time with Midwest Basketball Membership, mentioned Sharavjamts makes the sport simpler for his teammates. Briski agrees.

“The child’s unbelievable with the ball in his arms,” Briski mentioned. “Major actions, secondary actions, he’s going to provide you a bonus, and he’s going to seek out gamers. He’ll let you know himself he’d moderately help on a bucket than rating himself. That may be an issue generally, however he actually makes everyone round him a greater participant.”

Briski mentioned Sharavjamts’ mother and older brother moved to Cleveland to help him and can transfer again to Mongolia when he begins faculty.

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His dad, Tserenjankhar, was enjoying for the Harlem Globetrotters when Sharavjamts was born in Phoenix, so he has American citizenship.

Sharavjamts obtained a scholarship provide whereas on a go to to Dayton in September and sat behind the bench along with his mother and father for an exhibition sport in November. He picked the Flyers over Rutgers, Windfall and Japanese Washington.

“I believe coach Grant and coach (Ricardo) Greer fairly frankly simply did a hell of a job,” Briski mentioned. “We’ve had quite a lot of guys and quite a lot of guys have had some actually good recruitments and we’ve labored with Dayton earlier than. They’ve recruited a couple of of our guys through the years. Coach Grant, when he walks within the room, you are feeling his presence, and the way in which he plans on utilizing Mike was the actual separator. Mike had some nice faculties on his record, and fairly frankly, he would have had some even larger names on that record had he waited, however he wished Dayton and Dayton wished him. You’ve a coach who has coached within the NBA have a coach who’s crushed Duke within the NCAA match. There’s not quite a bit else you may ask for, and you then’re going to a spot that sells out each sport. All the pieces form of simply got here collectively. Coach Grant and coach Greer constructed a relationship and constructed quite a lot of belief and took him by way of all the pieces that he was interested by, answered all his questions, and he simply felt like Dayton was house.”

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Mike Sharavjamts is pictured on his go to to UD. Picture courtesy of Sharavjamts Tserenjanhor

Mike Sharavjamts is pictured on his visit to UD. Photo courtesy of Sharavjamts Tserenjanhor
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Mike Sharavjamts is pictured on his go to to UD. Picture courtesy of Sharavjamts Tserenjanhor