Posted On: 03/30/20 5:35 PM

What ten Class AA varsity sophomores both proved to be talented as day to day players and future prospects? PHD gives you the answers today.

Noah Behrends of Aberdeen Central (6'5 PF).  Squeezed into a deep frontcourt and proved to be one of the better rebounders in this class plus gained experience playing some JV. 

Terrance Eastman of RC Stevens (6'4 SF). Eastman earned a quality spot in the rotation after transferring from Central to Stevens and helped the team with 15 wins and a top five spot in AA.  Strong, physical forward. 

Ben Goldy of RC Stevens (6'9 C). The top center prospect in the sophomore class played behind a future college big and improved steadily throughout the season. 

Caleb Hiatt of SF Lincoln (6'5 PF).  Hiatt started the year getting numbers on JV and worked his way to varsity time as an increasingly dependable frontcourt player. 

Caden Hinker of Mitchell (6'6 PF).   The Kernels were led this year by Hinker who earned all-conference (only player on this list that did) and is being considered for top prospects in the state. 

Mikele Kambalo of SF Washington (5'8 PG). Played a key role for Washington as an attacking guard off

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