We’re still in the process of mentioning the 14U prospects, and here we bring you five prospects from the Minnesota Fury 14U Mikiska and Thiesen teams. Solid, competitive, and well-coached teams. Here’s who and what stood out to me before…
We’re still in the process of mentioning the 14U prospects, and here we bring you five prospects from the Minnesota Fury 14U Mikiska and Thiesen teams. Solid, competitive, and well-coached teams. Here’s who and what stood out to me before going back and re-watching the games.
Bennett Barger – Wing/F – Minnesota Fury 2027 Mikiska – Barger had the first impression of being an upside prospect just off of his physical profile. A wing with good length. He showed an ability to sky up for boards and bring them down strongly and securely. Did a good job finishing in the paint, offensively. Athletic — especially vertically.
Briggs Sheridan – PF – Minnesota Fury 2027 Mikiska – Briggs has great size, as you’ll see in the tweet-video below. He can play extended from the paint as well, and can shoot the rock some. Plays hard and made some key finishes in the game against Racine Truth.
This video shows Sheridan hitting a three, while Barger getting a steal and going coast-to-coast, getting a foul call.
Phillip Miota and Adryan Miller – F – Minnesota Fury 2027 Thiesen – I grouped these two together because they have similar builds, length, and style. Both huge roles in their team’s success. Athletic and highly active around the rim on both ends. Contesting at the hoop, not letting in anything easy, and rising up offensively to score at or over outstretched defensive hands. Brought energy and were actively trying to make plays all game. Impact players. Miota can jump out of the gym and has jump-endurance.
Kaiden Poole – PG – Minnesota Fury 2027 Thiesen – Below is a tweet-video of Poole making a huge assist to Adryan Miller in a big game and heated matchup with Minnesota Spartans 2027 Silas.
Poole was playing confident with the ball and has a great handle to allow himself to get in the paint.