Taking a look at a handful of top prospects from the Fox Valley Association: Cal Klesmit Cal Klesmit 6'2" | CG Neenah | 2023 State #235 Nation WI — CG — Neenah Coming off a serious knee injury that kept…
Taking a look at a handful of top prospects from the Fox Valley Association:
— CG — Neenah
Coming off a serious knee injury that kept him sidelined for Neenah’s run to the state championship last year, Klesmit is set to make a major impact this season. The combo guard is a phenomenal offensive player. He is a dead-eye shooter from beyond the arc and in the mid-range. He has also proven to be a top tier creator who can locate open teammates. When Klesmit is on, there aren’t many players in the state that are more fun to watch.
— SF — Appleton East
While playing for Wisconsin Crusaders this past AAU season on the Prep Hoops Circuit, I thought that Glaser was able to do some really nice things. The small forward is a strong, physical prospect who is able to use his size to take over games in the paint. Above all else, I really love the effort that Glaser plays with. He is always fighting for rebounds, trying to block shots, or finishing layups in the paint. Glaser is the type of prospect who can really impact winning on both ends.
— SF — Kimberly
Miron is a prospect who could be in for a major breakout season. The Kimberly small forward has all of the talent necessary to become an All-Conference performer in the FVA. On the offensive end of the court, Miron can do a lot of impressive things. He shoots it well from deep and has also shown an ability to get downhill and finish at the rim. Miron is a name for college programs to keep an eye on.
— SF — Oshkosh North
When it is all said and done, Clark might be the best player that the FVA has to offer. The 6-foot-6 small forward is coming off of a really solid AAU season. Clark is a very good three level scorer. He can use his size and strength to get layups to fall in the paint or step outside and convert on jump shots. There is a very good reason why Clark is recognized as one of the best prospects in the state. Expect him to show off all of his skills this fall/winter.
— SF — Oshkosh North
There is no doubt in my mind about Mitchell’s super star ability. The Oshkosh North small forward is very advanced as a player for his age — he doesn’t have very many glaring weaknesses. Mitchell is an excellent shot-blocker and paint defender. He does an outstanding job of using his size and athleticism to prevent opposing offensive players from getting easy shots. Mitchell is also huge threat on offense. He runs the court well and can finish tough layups around the cup.
— G — Fon Du Lac
Dalton is one of my favorite prospects to watch. The Fon Du Lac guard is electric as a slasher. He is just so fast and shifty in the open court. And while he is very talented at getting to the rim, Dalton may be even better at finishing at the rim. He uses his athleticism and craftiness to finish through or around contact in the paint.