Posted On: 02/11/20 5:59 PM

The junior class was well represented at the Winter Lakes Classic.  Here are the top seven junior talents from the event. 

Rasmussen (Sr) along with Diggins and Morris

Finn Diggins (6’5, PF, 2021) of Perham. If there is anybody at diving to the basket in Minnesota high school basketball show him to me, because I want to see somebody that times it out with as much precision as Finn. He had six straight scores in the second half and most of them were sharp cuts finished with strength and a touch all in a rhythm. He’s also added a consistency to the perimeter jumper it seems (three triples) and he always boards.   Finn was good for 22 points on 9 of 15 shooting with seven boards in a good win over Osakis.

Trey Longstreet (6’6, Wing, 2021) of Delano. Trey Longstreet has to be one of the most effective players I’ve seen when it comes to producing in the lane. His floater and pull-up jumper were a constant in the win over Alexandria as the Cards didn’t have a player with the right combination of size and agility to try and guard him.

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