Werribee Devils strengthened by two import signings

The Werribee Devils State Championship Men’s side has been boosted by the announcement of two US imports, Bryan Nagy and Konor Kulas. The pair will join the team for the 2018 Big V season.

Nagy comes to Werribee via US NCAA Division III side Carroll University and was known in college for his pinpoint passing and his ability to step up and deliver when it mattered most.

At 201cm, Nagy is a powerful yet versatile presence on the court, with an ability to play in any position.

Devils State Championship Men’s coach Warren Estcourt said Nagy comes to Werribee with a reputation as a multi dimensional player at both ends of the floor.

“Bryan can guard a 1 through 5 and his mobility gives us multiple looks defensively. Offensively he has the ability to score inside and outside. We are very pleased to secure someone of Bryan’s ability.

“He is known as a great team man, and I am sure he will fit in to our system seamlessly.”

Kulas is a 201cm forward, known for his strong defensive play and shooting game. 

He joins Werribee after a terrific college career at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and a stint in Germany, playing for BBC Montabaur.

“Konor will be one of the best back to the basket players in the league and can also shoot it from the perimeter. His versatility is going to give people match up problems. He’s athletic, can defend well and we are looking forward to Bryan and Konor becoming one of the best front courts in the league.” Estcourt said.

“Our roster is now finalised and the squad is training well together. We’re really excited to welcome our imports and get the season underway. I have no doubt Bryan and Konor will be a great fit for the team, and more importantly, the Werribee Basketball Association.”

The Devils first game of the season is against Blackburn Vikings at Eagle Stadium on Sunday, March 18.




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