Posted On: 10/25/18 5:13 PM
Best available players in North Dakota? Here is your group including the state’s top senior prospect Joe Jahner.
One. Joe Jahner of Bismarck. The state’s top prospect is not just a talented guard but now he’s become a nice football player for Bismarck as well. We expect Jahner to have a big senior year and land in a strong spot next year.
Two. Christian Kuntz of WF Sheyenne. The preseason player of the year in the EDC is coming off a fantastic junior year and plans are even bigger for Kuntz as a senior.
Three. Isaac Undlin of Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood. Will he be catching TD passes or recording double-doubles in college? Maybe both? Either way Isaac is a fairly rare athlete who has the agility and size to play college sports.
Four. Alex Schimke of Minot. A double figure scorer last year, a top assist recorder as well, and maybe the most underappreciated senior in the state, Alex has the ability to be a guard at the college level.
Five. Kiir Mabor of Fargo South. The 6-foot-3 wing will have many eyes on him this winter to see what he’s capable of and to see if he can have the monster slashing scoring year that he has the potential for.
Six. Macauley Young of Shiloh Christian. Schools need size and there will be schools that want Young’s low post ability. Especially if he improves on that 16 points and dozen boards a game from his junior year.
Seven. Braeton Motschenbacher of Fargo Davies. Looking for a shooter? Braeton is a shooter that had a big junior year, impressed this off-season, and now this winter is one of the state’s top shooters.
Eight. Cadyn Schwabe of Thompson. After putting up 15 points and five assists a game last year Cadyn’s goal now is to push Thompson to another great season and with that will come personal opportunity.
Nine. Keaton Hoeg of Fargo North. Hoeg put up 14 a game last year and had a nice year competing with ECI. A guy we think can have a big senior season and push North to a big year.
Ten. Hayden Overby of Thompson. Hayden is having to figure out if it will be baseball, hoops, or football, but either way college wise, this is a guy that put up 13/8 last year and will be on a top Class B team.
Ten. Cody Perkins of Mott-Regent. Cody was one of the top stock raisers of last summer and a potential Class B All State player this winter. Big things are expected out of Perkins.
Ben Bohl to Minot State
Treyton Mattern to University of Mary
Mason Walters to Jamestown
Dalton Albrecht to Bemidji State
Mason Hedberg to Minot State
Mitchell Larson to Jamestown
Trey Wiest to Jamestown
Jaden Klabo to North Dakota State Football
Luke Lennon to North Dakota Football