Here are six more prospects that played well during the Prep Hoops Minnesota Top 250 Expo! Marquivion Beasley Marquivion Beasley 5'9" | PG Woodbury | 2025 MN (5’9 2025 PG, Woodbury)- Beasley is a very speedy guard who influences the…
Here are six more prospects that played well during the Prep Hoops Minnesota Top 250 Expo!
(5’9 2025 PG, Woodbury)- Beasley is a very speedy guard who influences the game in numerous ways. He loves to push the ball in transition and when doing so he does a great job of keeping his head up and seeing the open teammate. He is extremely active on D, always looking to poke the ball loose and turnover his opponents. He’s a great passer and playmaker and a solid finisher for his size. He has a tight handle and a soft touch with the floater. Beasley plays with the utmost hustle.
. (6’5 2024 F, Cristo Rey Jesuit)- Dotson Jr. is a high-level defender and an elite athlete who knows how to use this athleticism to his advantage in nearly every aspect of his game. He is relentless on both ends of the glass, can guard any position, and has a nose for loose balls. Defensively, he’s superb both on and away from the ball. Offensively, he handles it a little and is excellent inside of the paint. Dotson Jr. is a fierce competitor who leaves it all out there on the hardwood.
(6’4 2024 F, Lakeville North)- There are a lot of positive things to say about Quam considering he does everything on the floor at a high level. He shoots the three-ball well, handles and facilitates nicely for his size, has phenomenal back-to-the-basket work with both hands, has excellent positioning and footwork, and gets a lot of rebounds. He has shown flashes as a shot-blocker and contributes good help-side wall-ups. He plays with his head up and can guard every position. Quam is a very polished player.
(6’6 2024 F, Farmington)- Shooting the three-ball at a good clip, Hrncir does a nice job of stretching the floor. He shoots it well in both catch-and-shoot and off-the-dribble scenarios and does so with a quick release. He likes to run in transition and is a great ball-handler for his size. He rebounds well and combine that with his ball skills, he’s able to grab-n-go the length of the floor. He’s good at taking contact and finishing through it. Hrncir is a versatile offensive player and can score at every level.
(5’9 2024 PG, Columbia Heights)- Davis is an elite ball-handler and has a very deep bag of moves. He does a great job of using hesitation moves and changing speeds to leave defenders in the dust. He is crafty around the rim and can score from anywhere. He’s a good playmaker who is ready to make the extra pass. He’s tough at the rim and in the paint and usually has no problem with his quickness and tight handles. Davis is a good on-ball defender who is always bugging the opposing ball-handlers. He has an extended range and shoots the three-ball at a high rate.
(6’8 2023 C, Maple Grove)- Palbicki dominated the paint and scored at a high rate on Saturday’s day of play. He was a force on the glass and defensively, was stopping every shot in the lane. He’s a strong finisher at the rim and takes high-percentage shots. He can also stretch his game and hit an open three on occasion so he’s not limited to the paint. With his back to the basket, Palbicki is versatile and tough to stop. He shows patience on offense and is a good screener. He is assertive on the rebounding efforts and converts many second-chance opportunities.