As we get closer to the full swing of Spring/Summer basketball season, and closer to a rankings update, we run through the top sophomore prospects in Class AAA hoops. Here are the ten (not in order) CJ Armstrong of Richfield…
As we get closer to the full swing of Spring/Summer basketball season, and closer to a rankings update, we run through the top sophomore prospects in Class AAA hoops.
Here are the ten (not in order)
CJ Armstrong of Richfield (6’2 PG). Armstrong is among the elite scorers in the state. Had a big sophomore year.
of Benilde-St. Margaret’s (6’3 PG). With the potential to keep growing with guard skill and explosiveness Donley has a ton of potential.
of Orono (6’3 PG). A guy I look at who could be one of the top shooters in his grade but the ball skill to be versatile.
of Benilde-St. Margaret’s (6’4 SF). Took a nice step on defense this year, reminds me somewhat of Cj O’Hara in physical look and game.
of Alexandria (6’7 SF). A confident, lights out shooter that surely could keep growing and be the modern day stretch four. Helped his team to state.
of Totino-Grace (6’4 SF). Double figure averaging scorer on a state championship team, reminds me somewhat of Cade Hoskins who went to Dartmouth.
of St. Cloud Apollo (6’3 PG). Had some massive, monster scoring games for a team that had a rough year. Good size and will defend. Has potential to be very good and I think he could blow up this spring/summer.
Chace Watley of Totino-Grace (6’0 PG). Watley has the potential as a hard attacking guard who limits mistakes and playmakes, plus can pressure the basketball.
of Benilde-St. Margaret’s (6’7 PF). The most productive junior on a good team, Wilson has the frame of a modern skilled wing but the production in the post in a lot of ways, but also comfortable as a face-up four.
of Orono (6’9 C). When it comes to ceilings Brady may have the biggest one because he is 6-foot-9 and runs well, has good body control and a good touch.