By Nick Filipowski, Weekend Sports Anchor - bio | email
Milwaukee display's Wolters' jersey during Friday's press conference.
He was drafted by the Washington Wizards, then traded to the Philadelphia 76ers all before finally landing with the Milwaukee Bucks.
South Dakota State's Nate Wolters now a proud member of the Association.
Wolters officially introduced to the Bucks on Friday.
Selected 38th overall in the second round, he's the highest draft pick in Jackrabbit history.
The St. Cloud, Minnesota native was a key cog that led S-D-S-U into the NCAA Tournament the past two years.
He is the Jackrabbits all-time leader in points, assists, and free throws.
"I didn't know what to expect in those crazy couple of minutes," Wolters said. "I didn't now where I was going, but I'm sure glad it was the Milwaukee Bucks and I think it's a great fit. I'm really looking forward to helping them out."
Yankton's Colton Iverson was also drafted in the second round. Indiana selected him 53rd overall.
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