Freshman Playing in Minnesota
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Tyler Forrest Tyler Forrest 6'2" | PG Chaska | 2027 State MN – The six-foot-two-inch point guard from Chaska is off to a strong start. After starting all games as an 8th grader at Chaska Forrest has played three games…
– The six-foot-two-inch point guard from Chaska is off to a strong start. After starting all games as an 8th grader at Chaska Forrest has played three games already this year and he’s scored 19, 11, and 16 points in all wins. He also has 11 assists in 2 of the games, and versus Rosemount blocked two shots and swiped two as well.
– Cook is a six-foot-four-inch 2027 freshman from Arizona Compass that transferred this year to Sauk Rapids. His first Varsity game Cook scored 27 points while gathering 8 rebounds vs Little Falls.
Kobby Sam-Brew – Sam-Brew is a six-foot-four-inch wing from Prior Lake and PJ Hoops/Howard Pulley Hoops. In two so far Sam-Brew is averaging 9.5 points per game.
– Thelen is the tallest freshman in the 2027 class standing at six-foot-eleven-inches. The St. Michael-Albertville center in his first Varsity start scored 11 points vs Rogers in a tight loss Friday night.
D1 Minnesota . Versus Park this past week Mohamed scored 13 points in a tight win for SSP. Mohamed had a dunk that forced overtime and he showed the ability to step outside and hit a 3-pointer.– Mohamed is a six-foot-nine-inch forward from South St. Paul and plays AAU with Adidas
– Brau is a six-foot-seven-inch center from Hibbing. In his first game as Freshman he scored 20 points and grabbed 17 rebounds. Brau was very active on the offensive glass and showed patience in the post with some very advanced footwork.
– Sheridan is a six-foot-eight-inch Forward from Farmington. Playing in a deep program, especially at Sheridan’s position he probably won’t see much varsity action this season, he’s had some promising performances. Good outside shooter and runs the floor well for his size.
– The youngest of the Asuma’s in Cherry, Isaiah is off to another strong start. After starting his entire 8th grade year at Cherry, he’s scored 15 points and 13 points in 2 games this year so far. The five-foot-eleven-inch guard takes lead ball handling defensive responsibilities on the Cherry Tigers.