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Posted On: 07/17/20 1:32 PM

One of the best rivalries in Minnesota high school basketball right now is Cretin-Derham Hall and East Ridge.  Raptors and Raiders lead today’s ten best. 


Five Best (+)

Drew AdamsDrewAdams6'7" | PFEast Ridge | 2021StateMN of East Ridge.  Drew was a top four scorer for the Raptors a season ago and he will move into the main frontcourt producing position next year now that Kreisel and Carlson are at the college level.  Drew is a skilled four with a pretty touch. 

Kendall BlueKendallBlue6'6" | SGEast Ridge | 2022State#160NationMN of East Ridge.  Kendall now steps into the alpha role for the Raptors, a spot previously occupied by division one talent like Ben CarlsonBenCarlson6'9" | PFEast Ridge | 2020State#66NationMN, Courtney Brown Jr, , and Sid Tomes.  Blue is a quality ball handler at 6-foot-5/6-foot-6 coming off of a 16 point per game season. 

Bradley CimpermanBradleyCimperman6'5" | SGWoodbury | 2021StateMN of Woodbury.  Woodbury improved by 13 games a season ago and that was with Mac LocknerMacLockner6'3" | SGWoodbury | 2021StateMN spending much of last year injured or dealing with injury.  Cimperman is the leading with 20 point per game potential next season.  He’s likely to be one of the better scorers on the wing in the senior class.  

Tre HollomanTreHolloman6'3" | PGCretin-Derham Hall | 2022State#45NationMN

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