Posted On: 02/6/20 3:59 PM

Six-foot-6 DeLaSalle wing Cade Haskins has become one of the top prospects in Minnesota's junior class and he's done it within the Islanders system. 

Haskins leads the 14-3 Islanders with 17.1 points per game highlighted by a 27 point opening game splash followed later in the month by a 31 point game against Benilde-St. Margaret's.  So far it's been a memorable year. 

"(The season) is going really well," Cade told Prep Hoops.  "My defense is something that I’m proud of because it’s just been getting better. From when the season started to know, and I think it’s because I’ve wanted to play defense more. But defense is still something I want to get better at."

Minnehaha Academy is everyone's favorite to win Class AAA but the Islanders are the defending champions and the goal for DeLaSalle is definitely gold. 

"The goal for the rest of the season is to win our conference, our section, then win state," Haskins said. "That was the goal at the start of the season and nothing has changed."

One thing that has changed is Cade's future opportunities.  He received a scholarship offer from North Dakota earlier in the year and it's something that has

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