Posted On: 01/10/20 2:49 PM

Last week Northstar Hoops Report detailed seven freshmen in the Twin Cities that have been making an impact at the varsity level. This week we run through seven more who have caught are attention as prospects to watch over the next few years!

CJ O'Hara (6'4 2023 W, Totino-Grace)- Totino-Grace is off to a 7-4 start, and CJ O'Hara has been a spark off the bench as the Eagles' sixth man this year. CJ is a long wing at 6'4, and is well built physically for just a freshman. That size mixed with his explosive athleticism has allowed him to be a Swiss army knife type of player. He is versatile on defense, able to guard the 1-4 spots on the floor. Offensively he is capable of knocking down open threes, but does most of his damage driving to the hoop to finish. He displays patience in the lane, often avoiding charges with a long-strided Euro-step leading to a finish. Through 11 games he is second on the team in scoring, averaging 10.2 ppg.

Max Shikenjanski (6'1 2023 G, Stillwater)- The SEC is home to a handful of talented freshmen, and among them is Stillwater's Max Shikenjanski. The freshman guard has already

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