Coming out of Bishop Ireton High School in Alexandria, Virginia, and standing 6-foot-6, 200 pounds, Kaiser plays like a big guard. He has the length and frame to match up against bigger opponents and beat smaller defenders in the lane. At the same time, he has very good ball handling skills, a high motor, creates his own shot at all three levels, and has impressive three-point range and consistency.
“I would like to be a tall guard that’s a matchup nightmare with a great shot,” explains Kaiser. “I want to create fear in people when I’m defending them just by the way I get after it.”
In addition to the Hokies, Kaiser currently holds offers from several D1 programs including Georgia Tech, George Mason, Creighton, George Washington, Richmond, VCU, Harvard, Yale, Columbia, and Wisconsin, whom he visited last weekend.
Kaiser hopes to make a decision after the July evaluation period and is in the process of scheduling more visits. He knows what will guide his process, though.
“My relationship with the coaches will be most important, and how comfortable I feel on the campus.”