ENDERLIN, N.D. -- The Enderlin boys basketball team is off to a 10-1 start in 2019-2020.

One of the biggest reasons is because of it's biggest players: Gus and Joe Hurlburt.

The twins tower over the rest of Class B. Joe stands 6'10, while Gus measures 6'8.

So are they asked more about being twins or height?

"Probably height," Gus laughed.

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"Height definitely," Joe said quickly.

They've taken the state by storm. Joe averaged 18 points and 13 rebounds in his freshman season, Gus wasn't far behind with 12 points and seven boards.

"I think I know what Gus is going to do a lot of the time, so I can make a cut or make a play off what I know he's going to do," Joe said.

Colleges have noticed too. The University of North Dakota has already offered both twins, while other North Dakota schools are making contact as well.

Both Hurlburts are thankful they have the other to experience this stage of life.

"Growing up we really made each other better, having a twin the same age, super competitive," Gus said.