Posted On: 04/21/20 1:33 PM

Prep Hoops writer Ryan James evaluated players from 26 different teams this weekend. Which juniors saw their stock jump the most in those 13 games? RJ breaks it down now!


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Eddie BeeningaEddieBeeninga6'1" | PGWayzata | 2021StateMN of Wayzata (6’1 PG). Knocked out a couple threes, had the game winning assists, and the biggest thing I liked about Eddie was the way he made ball handlers uncomfortable. Not just at the arc but pressuring the length of the floor at times.

Ryan DufaultRyanDufault6'0" | PGWaseca | 2021StateMN of Waseca (6’0 PG). The way that Ryan is able to playmake on a dead sprint amazes me. Physics shouldn’t allow a person to run at the top speed, move into bigger objects, and some how put passes and shot attempts on the move as often as Ryan does. He’s also one of the best players in quick transition that you will see.

Corbin FroelichCorbinFroelich6'4" | SGPaynesville Area | 2021StateMN of Paynesville Area (6’4 Wing). Corbin was a 20 point per game player that handled the ball and scored on the wing each game. Simply put, there is more juice to Corbin than I was aware of. That jumper is quicker

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