What Minnesota players had great weekends around the nation at 16u? We give you a list now! Keller Hanson Keller Hanson 6'4" | SG Sauk Rapids Rice | 2025 State MN of Minnesota Comets (6’2 guard from Sauk Rapids-Rice). The…
What Minnesota players had great weekends around the nation at 16u? We give you a list now!
of Minnesota Comets (6’2 guard from Sauk Rapids-Rice). The Comets went 3-1 in Indy last weekend and it was the consistent shooting, double figure scoring from Hanson that pushed them to wins at times. Hanson made a dozen threes across four games for the Comets.
of Northstar Titans Bertsch (6’3 wing from Chanhassen). was the 16u MVP at the Madness in the Midwest, he averaged about 18 a game for the weekend leading his team to a 4-0 record, and he finished the weekend with a six three make, 24 point game. Johnson had an amazing sophomore year and he continues to build off of it.
of Minnesota Select Ohnstad (6’1 guard from Eden Prairie). Select won all five games down in Houston and it was the guard play of Lorenson of that led the way. The athletic explosive attacks of Lorenson off ball screens led to consistent scoring and playmaking throughout the weekend.
Harrison Lupkes of Northstar Titans Lockwood (6’1 guard from Princeton). Lupkes was a double figure averaging scorer for the Titans this past weekend in Sioux Falls as they won the Orange division. Lupkes averaged 11 points and 7 boards for the weekend.
JJ Sullivan of D1 Minnesota (6’2 guard from Eden Prairie). The Sullivan touch was on again proving why it’s on the level of special. The highlight of the weekend was the eight threes made against Team Rose but he had other hot shooting games as well plus attacked the cup.
of D1 Minnesota (6’8 forward from Alexandria). Looks more agile, looks more athletic, looks more active, and looks taller! A guy that is surely climbing as a prospect, he consistently shot the ball well, boarded well and blocked some shots. As a 6’8 floor stretcher Thompson ranks with the best in the Midwest.
of Howard Pulley/Team Tyus (6’7 forward from Benilde-St. Margaret’s). Wilson scored his 13 points a game making an impressive 70 percent of his shot attempts across five games. His team struggled going 1-4 but Wilson did come out of Atlanta opening eyes.