Posted On: 02/26/20 8:45 PM

Last year, the postseason featured multiple surprise programs in the division one field. With the seeding set for this season, Prep Hoops Wisconsin predicts the duos that could lead similar underdog campaigns late into March.

Darrien Long and Dontrell Bush - Racine Horlick:
Long and Bush have flown under the radar early in their careers. The postseason is the right time to change that narrative. Both sophomores are bouncy, physical athletes, but Long has played the lead role thus far this season. He’s averaging 12.1 points per game while flashing his potential as a dominant rebounder and explosive scorer.

Bush, Horlick’s fourth-leading scorer, is also teeming with potential. His length and frame allow him to make an impact blocking shots, grabbing boards, and getting out in transition. Most of his 8.2 points per game comes from attacking the rim, as his jumper is still a work in progress.

While they certainly aren't the favorite in any game this postseason, Horlick can at least make an impression by showcasing their sophomore stars.

Steven Clay and Seth Trimble - Menomonee Falls:
Clay and Trimble are hardly under the radar prospects, as they’ve established themselves as the best

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