17U Preview – Minnesota Fury Syverson
The Minnesota Fury has a strong tradition of two strong programs at the 17u level and the second group is coached by Brady Syverson. Here is a preview of the Fury. Paris Booker of Apple Valley (6’3, SG). Booker is…
The Minnesota Fury has a strong tradition of two strong programs at the 17u level and the second group is coached by Brady Syverson. Here is a preview of the Fury.
Paris Booker of Apple Valley (6’3, SG). Booker is an attacking playmaker with quality ball handling skills to get to the rim. Played JV for the Eagles this year and will be a Fury playmaker.
Luke Budzyn of East Ridge (6’5, SF). The Raptors depth of forwards included Luke who played some varsity and most of the game of junior varsity. When Luke is catching passes on the move and finishing – often with a two hand dunk – or when he’s getting in position to swat shots, people will be asking “who is that?” Luke is explosive forward that moves well.
Isaiah Casey-Hammond of Richfield (6’7 C). Isaiah is a top 125 player and a top 25 big. He uses his length well and does a lot of the work early in the possession. Scored ten a game for a good Richfield team.
of Chanhassen (5’11 PG). The Storm had a rough season winning games but it was a breakout season for Giles playing the combo role and scoring nearly a dozen points a game.
of Rosemount (6’3 SF). Noah is a skilled wing that has added range to his game. The Irish were one of the most improved teams int he metro this season and Noah was the team’s second leading scorer at a dozen a contest.
of Prior Lake (6’3 SG). A Prior Lake wing that played off the bench scoring in active ways putting up a pair of baskets each contest.
of Richfield (6’4 SF). it the top prospect on this team coming off of a 16 point per game season for a top Class AAA team. Miles is a top 50 level player in his class and has a chance to be a scholarship player.
of Stillwater (6’8 PF). Another top 150 level talent, Sam scored three buckets a game for the Ponies this winter. His short face-up jumper as a lefty is high quality and Sam is one of the better shot blockers in the class. Sam’s timing and two hand technique make it tough to finish deep versus Stillwater.
Sean Sullivan of Rosemount (6’1 PG). Sullivan has a pretty shooting touch from distance and he’s an active rebounder as a guard leading to 10 points and five boards a game. What really grabs our attention is his vision and creativity as a passer.
of Rosemount (6’7 C). High percentage low post finisher that scored 9-10 a game. A perfect combo with the Irish guards because Wente sets a good screen and moves off that screen quickly to catch and make plays.