Posted On: 03/26/20 2:37 PM

The 2022 Class of Minnesota basketball talent is strong.  So strong I’m having a hard time with who the best of the best is. I explain further in today’s feature article. 

Who is #1?

If you went to a Wayzata game this year their fans would say 6’6/6’7 wing Camden HeideCamdenHeide6'6" | SFWayzata | 2022State#35NationMN, and I would have a hard time arguing against it.  Coaches from D1 Minnesota will of course think so as well. 

What if you went and saw Minnehaha Academy play, what would their fans say?  They most certainly would say the state’s best is 6’6 wing Prince AligbePrinceAligbe6'6" | SFMinnehaha Academy | 2022State#39NationMN, Grassroots Sizzle members would agree. And so would I. 

And if you saw Cretin-Derham Hall defeat East Ridge in the playoffs and then asked their fans, who do you think is best?  The answer from the Raider faithful and the Howard Pulley crew would certainly say Tre HollomanTreHolloman6'3" | PGCretin-Derham Hall | 2022State#45NationMN.  I can’t disagree. 

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Three Number 1s?

Years ago I would of tried to list all three number one and let things play out but Prep Hoops has national rankings to consider as well so the three must be

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