Posted On: 07/19/19 10:31 AM
Late this afternoon the annual D1 Summer Classic tips off at Shakopee High School. Here are ten of the players to watch close though the title games Sunday.
Camden Heide of D1 Minnesota 16s (Wayzata). Heide is about a top 50 player in the country for his class and the best prospect in this event. The shooting stroke and explosive ability to finish are there at 6-foot-6 and now it will be fun to watch the rest of the game to mature around that. How he defends, how Heide makes others better, how Camden rebounds game to game, etc.
Carson Henningsgard of North Dakota Attack Blue (HCV). Attack Blue is a 20 game winner through 27 games continuing the trend of Carson simply being a winner. His high school team has two state titles and a 70-7 record with him in the line-up the last three years and now Carson is consistently helping the Attack win.
Jacob Jennissen of MN Matrix (Sauk Centre). At 6-foot-11 Jacob Jennissen might just have high major potential. The way his game has grown from talent but timid to consistently active production with aggression simply lets you know the best is yet to come. At