Trevor Noonan averaged 13.5 points, eight rebounds and three blocks last season for Legacy, which finished 12-12. Noonan was named to the All-Front Range League first team. In a game against Horizon, Noonan scored 40 points, including eight 3-pointers.
Noonan chose Air Force over Denver and Cal-Poly, his father said.
“He just felt like it was a great fit for his skills,” Jim Noonan said. “The style that he plays, he’s a very good passer, he shoots the 3 very well, and he just thinks, and I do too, that this is the best system for him.”