Hearty congratulations go out to the Madlom family of San Antonio, TX as their son, 2015 F 6'7" Zach Madlom has made an early decision and has signed with Western State (CO). Madlom plays for Coach John Hirst at San Antonio Reagan High School. He was originally a varsity player as a freshman at Boerne (TX) before the family moved into the Northeast San Antonio area.
Western State and the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference is no stranger to the D1 Nation as both the school and the league are populated by signees from our Texas, New Mexico and Colorado squads. It's one of the most competitive D2 conferences in the country.
Zach, like most young bigs is still growing into his body. He's got room to add muscle and become a stronger post presence.
On the plus side Madlom runs the floor well, he always gives maximum effort and is continuing to broaden his skill set. He battles for rebounds and is a weapon when he faces up. Zach has a nice touch around the rim and can finish with either hand.
Zach is the son of Mr & Mrs Dave Madlom of San Antonio, TX. He played his club basketball for the Texas D1 Ambassadors-San Antonio for Coach Paul Josephs and Coach James Peters.
2015 6'7" Zach Madlom
When I spoke with his father Dave Madlom yesterday, he informed me that Zach's likely course of study was going to be Petroleum Geology. Now there's a young man with a plan!
Zach has been coming to my camps for several years now and he always gave maximum effort and was very coachable. His father, Dave took the time to drop me this touching email.
I wanted to let you know that Zach received an offer on Sunday from Western State (CO) and accepted it yesterday. We will be signing the NLI at a ceremony tomorrow at Reagan High School. I wanted to reach out to you and tell you how grateful I am for your support of Zach. You were the very first person to ever believe in him and I will never forget that. I have always appreciated your guidance...thank you from my heart, Max
All the best. Dave Madlom
Players and families like yours are what makes this whole club basketball scene a worthwhile endeavor. I'm proud of you. The entire D1 Nation wishes you well.