Posted On: 08/21/19 10:42 AM

Basketball season is months away but it’s never too early for way-too-early season.

Class A has been fairly wide open the last few years with Minneapolis North moving up to AA even if the state tournament scores didn’t necessarily reflect that last year. The field looks similarly flat this year as there are a lot of teams that can make a case to not just be the No. 1 team, but there’s a ton that could reasonably be ranked.

Here’s a way-too-early Top 10 at the Class A level:

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The defending state champs don’t bring back a majority of its core, but with the pieces the Hornets do have back, there’s cause for plenty of excitement. Parker Fraki and Isaac Fisher should form one of the best backcourts in Class A as both guys can control the game, get into the paint, score, playmake and defend. Blake Wallevand was a rotation guy last year. Lee Bjorklund gives them some experience as well. Overcoming a lack of size will be something they have to do again, but the Hornets have so much guard talent in house.

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An argument could be made that the Warriors were the most talented team

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