Posted On: 10/31/19 2:53 PM
Today we feature the Mississippi 8, a league that has undergone some change but is still a quality basketball group with some good talent.
Potential Top Ten: Cambridge-Isanti, Monticello
The Bluejackets lost five seniors from their nine man rotation including three of the team's top four scorers. That said they still have two excellent shooters and creators for the team in potential mega scorer Henry Abraham and Micah Ladd. The Magic lost five of their top six guys but one of those players is Austin Wetter and there are two reserve guards returning as well.
Compete with Most: Princeton, Rogers, Big Lake, Chisago Lakes
Will Princeton be as good as last year? Of course not. They were 27-5 and one of the elite teams in Class AAA. The senior class comprised five senior double figure scorers. But will they fall off? No. Princeton has a heck of a PG and another nice group of seniors. Rogers was 11-16 last year, graduated three starters, but has a nice group of senior guards/wings this year. Should be around or just below .500. Big Lake shortened the rotation last year to seven and the five starters of the group graduated. That