The Minnetonka Skippers are 12-3 through January, and they rank 4th in our Class AAAA rankings in Minnesota. They feature not one traditional post player. They are made up of a number of guards and wings. 2 top 41 2023…
The Minnetonka Skippers are 12-3 through January, and they rank 4th in our Class AAAA rankings in Minnesota. They feature not one traditional post player. They are made up of a number of guards and wings. 2 top 41 2023 uncommitted Seniors, 2 top 15 2024 Juniors, and top 20 2025 sophomore. They have two contributors that rank in the top 100 in their respective classes.
Ibrahim El-Amin Ibrahim El-Amin 5’10” | PG Minnetonka | 2023 State MN is a five-foot-ten-inch quick, speedy guard that is averaging 15 points per game for the Skippers. Ibo’s speed and quickness has made him a very good shot creator, especially when the game is in its final moments and the Skippers need a bucket. From baseline to baseline Ibo gets up the court in a hurry. Despite his size El-Amin is no slouch, he battles on the perimeter and inside. The 2023 Senior is still uncommitted
Andy Stefonowicz Andy Stefonowicz 6’2″ | PG Minnetonka | 2024 State MN is scoring 15 points per game as well for the Skippers but Stefonowicz’s strongest skill is setting the table and executing passes to many of his talented teammates with his superior vision. Stefonowicz causes many passing opportunities on his ability to break down his man off the dribble. The six-foot-two-inch 2024 Junior has two Summit League offers.
Jalen Cain Jalen Cain 6’3″ | SF Minnetonka | 2023 State MN is a six-foot-three-inch uncommitted 2023 athletic shooting guard. Cain is strong in transition, especially running ahead off long rebounds and steals. He’s active on the offensive boards, especially crashing on teammate drives. Improved 3-point shooter. On the Skippers team, Cain plays a little bit out of position, but his versatility enables him to stay on the floor versus bigger opponents.
Jordan Cain Jordan Cain 6’3″ | SF Minnetonka | 2024 State MN is a six-foot-three-inch wing that on the undersized Skippers is playing the 5-man role, even tasks with guarding six-foot-eight-inch Center’s. Cain uses strength, and quickness to make plays in the post. His quick hands enable deflections, and steals. Cain is a stronger perimeter defender as well, which is long arms and deflections lead to runouts by himself or others. Stronger finisher, good backdoor cutter, especially on the baseline.
Duke Richardson Duke Richardson 6’2″ | SG Minnetonka | 2025 State MN is a 2025 sophomore guard that played with Minnesota Select last summer. He brings a strong ball handler off the bench, and can defend both guard positions. Richardson stands six-foot-one-inches tall, has a smooth shooting stroke from the outside, and above average vision as a paser.
Greyson Uelmen Greyson Uelmen 6’0″ | PG Minnetonka | 2024 State MN is a 2024 guard that really helps the Skippers spread the floor. The Junior shoots with good proficiency, has a decently quick release, and doesn’t demand the ball to make contributions.
Alex Jones Alex Jones 6’1″ | SG Minnetonka | 2023 State MN is a six-foot-two-inch 2023 Senior guard that plays the forward position for Minnetonka. Jones can at times impose his strength versus opponents. He displays a bit of touch in the paint, and can make outside shots.