Corvalis Stewart – PG – Wisconsin Academy 2028 Riley – Uses his great ball-handling skills to get into the lane, where he’s a very good finisher for his size. A height wasn’t listed for him, but he’s probably around the…
Corvalis Stewart – PG – Wisconsin Academy 2028 Riley – Uses his great ball-handling skills to get into the lane, where he’s a very good finisher for his size. A height wasn’t listed for him, but he’s probably around the 5’5” range. Confident with the ball in his hands.
Evan Hill – 5’7” PG (2028) – MN Lightning Gibson 2028 – A point guard with good enough size. A skilled handle on the ball and plays with change of pace. Ran the offense well and was setting things up and moving the ball.
Keaton Hansen – 5’11” SF/PF (2028) – MN Lightning Gibson 2028 – Long with a lean muscular build. A defender that can guard all over the court. Will get in a stance and defend a smaller guard and will protect the paint by blocking shots. A strong rebounder that can get off the ground and snag the ball. Creates a ton of extra offensive possessions for his team, especially on the O-boards. Can get up and down the court in a hurry.
Aguer Akech – 6’2” PF/C (2028) – MN Lightning Gibson 2028 – Supreme length for his age group. A thin frame and he’s agile. He kind of surprised with his skills with the ball, because I expected him to just be a kid that mainly played in the paint. Defends all positions.
Alex Loos – 6’1” F (2028) – 58 Hoops 2028 – Loos is a big kid with height at 6’1” and a big/athletic frame. Stands out with just his shear overall size and maturity compared to the other 13U kids. Has some skill with the ball and showed to be able to hit a mid-ranger off the dribble.
Ethan Olson – 5’6” PG (2028) – Sanford Sports 2028 Black – Ethan is a nice two-way guard that I believe will be a great varsity contributor down the road and develop into a college prospect in the region. You’ll hear his name going forward, with his skilled handle on the ball and relentless and sound defensive ability. Does a good job a continuing his dribble and relieving ball-pressure. Translates to a next-level point guard.
Lincoln Holscher – 6’0” G/Wing (2028) – Sanford Sports 2028 Black – Lincoln can jump out of the gym as a 6’0” G/Wing. His jumping ability translates into him being a good rebounder that skies over his opponents for the ball. Seems to be a high-upside kid. Would be nice to see him reach 6’5”+ to go with his verticality.
Carson Rasmussen – 5’6” SG (2028) – Sanford Sports 2028 Black – Carson stands out because he’s a knockdown shooter from deep. Shot a high percentage from three in the couple games I saw. I believe he translates to a 2-guard that stretches the floor. Could blossom into one of the more accurate three-point shooters in South Dakota.
Ben Kappell – 5’11 PF/C (2028) – Wisconsin Crusaders 2028 – Kappell, in the featured image, is as a physical and strong as an interior prospect for his age that you’ll find. He was pushing to gain positioning, challenging everything at the rim, and blocking shots at a high level.
Jaxon Lisowe – 5’10 G (2028) – Wisconsin Crusaders 2028 – Brought a high level of intensity with good positional size at 5’10”. Played fast on both ends, running from side to side defensively, trapping and pressuring the ball. Lighting-quick explosion off the dribble in a straight line. Great conditioning to be able to play at such pace and defend with energy all game. One of the more underrated prospects, that I may be higher on than most.