Posted On: 04/29/20 9:35 AM

Last weekend we evaluated players from 18 different teams. Which sophomores saw their stock jump the most in those nine games? We break it down now!

Drew BerklandDrewBerkland5'11" | PGWayzata | 2022StateMN of Wayzata (6’0 G). As people review the Drew highlights on the football field and wait to see how he may play on the baseball field this summer, we are still all in on the basketball player.   Berkland had 13 in the playoff game hitting jumpers but his ability to pass the basketball and defend with that next level battle is nearly unmatched.

Jacob ButlerJacobButler6'2" | SGMinneapolis North | 2022StateMN of Minneapolis North (6’2 SG). Butler has been one of the top names we’ve learned more about in August and in the big game with Caledonia, Butler once again performed bigger than his age. Butler knocked out three shots at the arc as well as a mid-range jumper with his lefty touch. Add in the defensive fight to spots and we continue to really enjoy the way he competes.

Davion EvansDavionEvans5'11" | PGRobbinsdale Cooper | 2022StateMN of Cooper (5’11 PG).  What caught my eye about Davion EvansDavionEvans5'11" | PGRobbinsdale Cooper | 2022StateMN was his second and third move in a possession and how it often was the play that

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