Posted On: 04/28/20 4:34 PM

Prep Hoops writer Ryan James evaluated players from 18 different teams this weekend. Which juniors saw their stock jump the most in those nine games? RJ breaks it down now!

Logan FahjeLoganFahje6'0" | SFPelican Rapids | 2021StateMN of Pelican Rapids (6’1 SG).  The way Fahje controlled his man on the dribble attack was rare, maybe even special.  Logan led the Vikings in scoring this year and the way he scored off the spin, or off the attack after he got his man on his hip, these items show an intelligent player that has learned how to create scores with little amounts of space. 

Austin KlugAustinKlug6'4" | SGCaledonia | 2021StateMN of Caledonia (6’3 SG). When Austin isn’t scoring victories in the Prep Hoops trick shot challenge, he is improving every day as a hooper. Austin has good size as a shooting guard and it was his feet set shooting that first grabbed my attention but in the recent games I have seen he is also very good at touching in makes on the move.

Elijah MorrisElijahMorris6'1" | SGPerham | 2021StateMN of Perham (6’1 SG). Elijah MorrisElijahMorris6'1" | SGPerham | 2021StateMN is one of the best shooters in the state of Minnesota. That’s known by everybody because he is a player

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