Posted On: 05/24/19 4:24 PM

With Phenom University and Wisconsin Playground headlining the state’s grassroots scene, Wisconsin Swing occasionally gets lost in the mix of things. With the present company in mind, Swing is largely regarded as Wisconsin’s third-best 17U team, and it has a lot to do with Isaac Lindsey.

The Mineral Point guard is leading Swing in points per game at 16.5. His endeavors scoring the ball extend beyond the arc — rather far beyond it actually — as he’s shooting at a 60 percent clip from three. Lindsey has yet to miss from the stripe either, another statistic vouching for him as one of the best shooters in the state.

His backcourt counterpart Colin Schaefer has been the number two guy through the spring. After a year removed from the court with injury, Schaefer was easing back into things during Sun Prairie's run to the State Championship. And while there wasn’t much post-injury rust then, he’s elevated his performance this spring. Schaefer is second in scoring at 10 per game, while he has been incredibly efficient shooting wise, converting on 67 percent of his shots from the field.

Their frontcourt is just as star-studded, featuring more college crop in Delaware Hale and Caden Boser. Hale

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