Posted On: 11/4/19 11:31 AM
NHR had a chance to get a look at some of the metro's top talents during the third week of the Breakdown Sports Fall League. Which players showed out in the fall action? Prep Hoops has seven of the weekend's best!
Carter Bjerke (6'8 2022 PF, Wayzata)- With no Camden Heide to lead the way for Wayzata, Carter Bjerke took the opportunity to step up against Park Center. A big reason why Wayzata was able to keep that game so close is because of Carter's high percentage shooting from beyond the arc. He has a strong 6'8 frame, but is able to float around the perimeter and find himself in open space to shoot. Carter is also a willing rebounder who competes for the ball at the peak of his jump. Add in some tough post finishes, and Carter had a strong showing.
Joshua Rogers (6'3 2020 SG, Minneapolis Washburn)- After catching the games at Hopkins, I swung on over to Bloomington Jefferson to catch on of the Minneapolis City Conference's top prospects in Josh Rogers. For a guard, he finishes so well in the paint, and he capitalized on a handful of offensive rebounds leading to second-chance buckets inside.