Who are the best B players in North Dakota? There is plenty of talent in Class B throughout the state in the 2023 class. Below we will take a look at the elite Class B prospects in North Dakota. #4…
Who are the best B players in North Dakota? There is plenty of talent in Class B throughout the state in the 2023 class. Below we will take a look at the elite Class B prospects in North Dakota.
#4|6-8 F| Des Lacs Burlington/ND Phenom – Every college coach in North Dakota knows his name. It is just a question of how high he will go and how well he keeps improving. Yale can score inside and shoot well out. He has it all when it comes to size and athleticism. Carson is an exciting player. He is very skilled offensively.
#11|6-10 F| Wyndmere-Lidgerwood/ND Phenom – He has been improving by leaps and bounds. Bryer is getting better every weekend when he plays AAU. I expect him to have a dominant season in his junior year. He is a ridiculous shot blocker and an excellent rebounder. His footwork and scoring ability will only improve. Keep tabs on this Warbird!
#13|6-6 F| Enderlin – He is athletic, versatile, and long. Carson can match up on defense 2-5. He can hammer home a strong dunk. Carson can also hit the trail-3 with precision. He spots up well and catches in rhythm. Bartholomay has a ton of untapped potential. He is an important piece of the puzzle for the Enderlin Eagles and their State Tournament aspirations.
#14|6-4 F| North Border/ND Attack – In AAU he has looked good shooting the ball. He will be one of the top players in Region-2 next year. Ayden is also a high-level rebounder. He will be a double-double player next year. Do not forget about his athleticism, he can finish above the rim. Stainbrook has a great feel for the game. Expect him and the Eagles to be the top team in the Northeast going into next season.
#15|6-6 F| Des Lacs Burlington/ND Attack – He averaged a double-double this past season. Expect his numbers to go up. Will is a gritty post player with crafty footwork. He has the talent, size, skill, and drive to be a college-level player. Mayo has the ability to overwhelm most opposing post players. Expect him and the Lakers to be a Top-10 team heading into the high school season.
#16|6-0 G| Rolla – Everything he does is smooth. Leas is very crafty and skilled. His handles and feel for the game are elite. Mitchell can shoot it with the best of them. He has deep-range shot-making ability. Leas is also a slick and sneaky defender. I expect him to get the Bulldogs rolling next year. Look out for Leas.
#17|6-1 G| Central Cass/Master Basketball Academy – He will be one of the best backcourt players in Region-1. Sam is accustomed to making big shots in big moments. He has all the skills you can ask for. Kobbervig is calm in the most strenuous situations. His pull-up game is spot-on. He also has a high hoops IQ. This Squirrel will have a great upcoming year for CC.
#19– This kid knows how to win. He and the Ranchers have won a ton of games the past few years. Tyson is a scorer, plain and simple. He can fill it up! Enget has State Tournament experience, so there is not a moment too big for him. He put up impressive numbers last year, I expect him to be one of the top scorers in Class-B next year.
#21|6-1 G| Bishop Ryan – Brady knows how to get it done on the defensive side of the ball. He can shut his man down and pick off passes when he is off the ball. Feller is a competitor and a gamer. He will be one of the best guards and scorers in Region-6. Feller has a great feel for the game and he is a smart player.
#23|5-7 G| Four Winds/Minnewauken – He will be the floor general and primary ball-handler for his squad. Kelson is a resilient player that works hard. Keja has a nice stroke from the perimeter. He will help spread the floor for the Indians. Keja plays fearlessly. He also attacks the basket and creates scoring opportunities for teamates.