Posted On: 05/15/20 1:21 PM

The 2022 class in Minnesota appears to be loaded with college prospects of all levels. From names known on a national level, to prospects still waiting to breakout on to the local scene. These seven prospects are ranked outside of the top-10, but have the potential to rise in the rankings over their remaining two years of high school.

Demarion Watson-SaulsberryDemarionWatson-Saulsberry6'6" | SFMinnehaha Academy | 2022StateMN (6’6 2022 W, Minnehaha Academy)- Demarion rose onto the recruiting scene this past winter as a sophomore, showcasing his mobile 6’6 frame and smooth pull-up jumper at both the JV and varsity levels. He’s such a fluid athlete with an impressive wingspan and the bounce to finish above the rim and block shots in the paint. He’s comfortable hitting open threes off the catch, and can create from the wing with a one/two dribble pull-up from mid-range. Demarion earned offers from Missouri and Morgan State over the winter.

Makuei RiekMakueiRiek6'5" | SFRochester Mayo | 2022StateMN (6’5 2022 W, Rochester Mayo)- Makuei’s role on varsity was limited due to the amount of upperclassmen talent Mayo had, but there’s plenty to like about the long and lanky wing-guard. Makuei is a solid athlete and is comfortable creating his own shot off the dribble

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