The more Zach Behn gets onto the court, he continues to prove he is one of the better 2025 guards in all of Wisconsin. After making an impact on the varsity level as a freshman, Behn is having a breakout sophomore season for Kewaskum. 

The 6’6” wing guard leads his team in both scoring and rebounds. He is currently averaging 15.2 points and 7.7 rebounds per game to lead Kewaskum to a 12-8 record right now. 

As well to having good size in the backcourt Behn has a high skill level, especially on the offensive side of the ball. “I can shoot threes, go to the rim, and hit mid-range shots,” Behn said describing his own game. He also has good physical tools with his length and bounce in addition to great feel on the floor. Behn has great form and range with his jump shot and is hitting just under 40% of his three-point attempts. A couple aspects the sophomore is looking to improve upon is his defensive ability, mid-range scoring, plus adding some strength. 

With just four game left in the regular season, Behn is looking to “go deep in the playoffs as possible.” Following the season, he will be playing for Chapman Basketball Academy. With the combination of his skill set and physical tools, Behn should continue to pop up on more college coaches’ radars in the coming months.