Posted On: 04/17/19 9:58 AM

Grassroots season is underway and the talent pool in the state of Minnesota is incredibly spread out, meaning there should be a lot of really good, competitive clubs.

The dubbed No. 2 team in the Comets organization is Comets De Los Reyes, which has a great mix of guards, wings and bigs.

Here is a quick look:

Guards: Caleb Druvenga, Emmett Johnson, Daniel Savageau, PJ Hayes, Austin Wetter

Johnson is playing up two years as he’s a 2022 guy but his defense and slashing ability fit nicely with a team full of guys that can shoot the ball from deep. His on-ball defense is already strong and should continue to grow as he gets bigger and stronger.

Druvenga and Savageau are combo guards who play similarly in that they can both shoot the ball well from the outside but seem to be at their best when they are attacking. Druvenga’s been one of the better players in the South Suburban Conference for a couple years out of Shakopee.

Savageau flies a little under the radar playing at Osakis High School but he’s absolutely

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