Posted On: 11/30/19 6:44 PM

The Waseca Bluejays were one of the elite teams in Class AAA last year, reaching the state title game and giving DeLaSalle a good run in the championship before ultimately claiming a runner-up finish. Not only do the Bluejays return three double-figure scorers from that squad, but they are moving down to Class AA for the upcoming season. All of that adds up to expectations of state title contention.

KEY RETURNERS: Andrew Morgan, Ryan Dufault, Kyreese Willingham

The best trio of returners in Class AA, Waseca brings back its star point guard, swingman and center. 

Andrew Morgan, a 6-foot-8 junior, is the best of the bunch after averaging 17 points and 11 rebounds as a sophomore. Morgan had a terrific summer on the AAU circuit and looks like a future Division I big man. His blend of athleticism, motor and emerging skill is rare.

Dufault averaged 17 points per game last year for the Bluejays as a sophomore and showed a lot of growth over the summer when it comes to running a team and being a primary ball-handler. He will take on an even bigger role this year with

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