Sioux Falls AA Ball: 2025 Breakout Prospects
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Let’s look at the potential breakout 2025 prospects in AA basketball in Sioux Falls. There’s not a lot of established 2025 (Junior) prospects heading into the season, so Prep Hoops Dakotas has identified some that could potentially establish themselves as…
Let’s look at the potential breakout 2025 prospects in AA basketball in Sioux Falls. There’s not a lot of established 2025 (Junior) prospects heading into the season, so Prep Hoops Dakotas has identified some that could potentially establish themselves as household names.
Dut has extreme athleticism and bounce to him. One of the more athletically gifted prospects in the state. He can score the ball from all three levels, and he’ll be a breakout scorer in AA if given the opportunity. Has a legit three-ball game, making him a tough defensive matchup. A lengthy guard that will get after it defensively. He’s been raising his stock with Sanford Sports Academy , and he’s looking to continue to turn heads and boost it up some more with a breakout season for O’Gorman.
Watching JV games, Lucas’ length was quite noticeable. I think he’ll raise his stock this season. He has a complete game with a smooth jumper. He is also an effective rebounder that will high-point the ball. 16 points versus O’Gorman (JV).
The Terveen’s are ready and poised for breakout Junior seasons. They showed-out at the Dakotas Top 250 Expo and also gained a ton of confidence and experience with Sanford Sports Academy this past offseason. A scorer and playmaker at the JV level a year ago, Caleb is ready to duplicate that on varsity.
Like Caleb, Austin is in a similar situation. A highly-talented JV player a year ago, Austin is ready to show himself as a scorer on the varsity level. The Terveen’s are also underrated defensive players, with their alertness and positioning, and willingness to get down in a defensive position.
Tommy is a 3-point marksman. Smooth, consistent, and accurate from long range. He’s spacing the floor and is ready to launch with precision. A quick release from three, where he’ll get his shot up before it can even be contested. Though elite from three, he brings so much more to the table than just firing up threes. His handle allows him to free himself up for midrange and floater shots. A great feel for the game, with vision and elite passing ability. Finds ways to create space from his defender and become a scorer and playmaking passer. His advanced skill set gives him a good deal of confidence and swag on the court.
I’m not predicting him to be a prominent scorer in his Junior season, but Swenson is a point guard that I really liked on film at the JV level last year. He’s an ascending guard with his feel and understanding of the position. Handles the ball at a high level and is just solid and smooth on the court. A true floor general, facilitator, and can hit his shots. A skilled passer that makes good decisions with the ball. Right now, I’m unsure of what his role will be.